Further works will increase the transport capacity on the Radom – Radzice line. Reconstruction of the track on the section Wolanow – Wieniawa has begun. PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe S.A. continues the task for over PLN 100 million. Freight trains, among others, will go faster. The investment is being carried out with the company’s funds.
Good journeys and greater efficiency in freight transport
PLK improves transport conditions in the southern part of the Mazovian Voivodeship. The effects of the works will ensure good journeys and increase the efficiency of freight transport on the line Radom – Radzice No. 22. The line serves, among others, trains carrying cargo between Radom and Tomaszów Mazowiecki. The capacity of the route will be improved. The value of commenced works is almost PLN 18 million. The investment is financed from PKP Polskie Linia Kolejowe S.A. own resources.
The track between Wolanow and Wieniawa is being modernized. The scope of works includes replacement of rails and sleepers. The works started at the beginning of April and are planned until June. Then the next stage of works will start, which will last until August. Rails will be replaced on the section between Wieniawa and Przysucha stations. At 5 railway and road crossings, among others in Skrzynno and Skrzynsko, slabs and road surface will be replaced. The level of safety in rail and road traffic will increase. Trains will go faster – the speed of freight depots will increase from 50 km/h to 100 km/h.
Work on the line is included in the timetable and does not cause any changes in train traffic.
There are effects of works on the line from Radom to Radzice
This year’s works are another investment of PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe S.A. on the line from Radom to Radzice. So far PLK has allocated about PLN 100 million for reconstruction of the line. The works have resulted in faster and more efficient train journeys at a speed of 120 km/h, among others, on the Radom-Drzewica and Radom-Warsaw lines, during the modernisation of the line through Warka. In 2017-2018, over 50 km of one track was modernised. 30 rail-road crossings were rebuilt.
Source: PKP PLK