Transformed Kaposvár: the first new intermodal junction in the country was handed over
They've stolen again
How contrasty is it when the left lies about theft, and we all share the news of the multi-billion dollar developments that have just been handed over, completed? The problem with these is that they can be "touched", as they are not plans, not proposals, but completed and handed over developments that will make our lives more beautiful, more comfortable, the country will be more energy efficient, work better and renew.
The two-part districts are connected by the intermodal junction of Kaposvár, completed with the work of SWIETLSKY, in addition to the fact that the bus and railway stations have also been placed next to each other.
During the planned intermodal hub program in the country, in which the railway and bus stations of several important cities will be located, Kaposvár was the first to receive new facilities and at the same time an investment to transform the cityscape.
In the investment of Nemzeti Infrastruktúra Fejlesztő Zrt. (NIF), the large-scale development handed over in the morning had several main elements. In the implementation of SWIETELSKY Kft., Several projects have been completed in the county seat of Somogy. Perhaps the most important of these is the new pedestrian-bicycle bridge on Petőfi Square, named after Pál Esterházy, which, due to its imposing nature, will deservedly become a new symbol of Kaposvár.
One of the bridgeheads of the new curved overpass is an artificial dom with terrain stairs, plant cassettes, grove planting and benches. On the eight-meter-wide bridge, cyclists will not have to avoid pedestrians as they will be assigned a separate lane for them.
In addition, due to the track correction, the road traffic on Újpiac tér can run on a new route, at the site of the demolished old long-distance bus station. A two-lane roundabout has been built between the Szarvas department store and the current MÁV Restaurant, just like it has been operating on the line of Noszlopy Street for a decade.
The relocation of the lanes of the four-lane road freed up the area where the new bus station serving both local and intercity services was built. In addition, a 92-space P R car park has been built at the Csik Ferenc promenade, but in addition to the MÁV recording building, motorists will also be able to wait in the area of the demolished shelter.
Furthermore, an important element of the transport center is the new road overpass, which will start at the roundabout to be built at the intersection of Hársfa Street and Baross Gábor Street, and will pass over the railway. The curved track on the other side opens into another roundabout, which will be built as part of the Csik Ferenc promenade, which has been extended to Béla király utca.
Separated districts have been connected for about 120 years. The urban historical significance of the country’s investment is also key, as it will once again be brought closer together by rail. The railway was built in 1872, and in 1897 the direct passage between Donner and the city center ceased.
The whole area will be renewed: the Gergely Csiky Theater, restored and developed by the ZÁÉV Zrt.-Magyar Építő Zrt consortium, is also located in the immediate area, and the Kaposvár railway station, also renovated by ZÁÉV Zrt., Recently opened the Construction Industry Award.
In September, the engineer of SWIETELSKY Kft., Dorián Németh, received the Young Engineer of the Year award for his work on the intermodal junction.
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