Archive for September 10th, 2010
The Government brought down the embankment to reopen the line-Manacor Sineu.
Palma, September 9 .- The general director of Mobility, Antoni Verger, explained today the works to be carried out to reopen the railway line between Manacor and Sineu and behave the total demolition of the wall caused in derailment and construction of new plant.
The Government points out today in a statement that the June 24 Rail Services de Mallorca won, fallen earth chips, the Catalan SGS engineering consultant contract consulting and infrastructure security across the line between the stations of the Liaison and Manacor.
This report has been submitted to FMS today, but throughout August have held periodic meetings in order to give solution to the wall that once gave way and caused the train derailment, said the note., ffxiv gil,
The solution adopted by the consultant to redo the left wall of the trench number 11 (just outside the station, to Manacor Sineu) is the total demolition of the sameness and the construction of a new one.
The Conselleria recalled that during the year 2004 and performances were held in this place, where work was carried out at a cost of, mortal gold, 2 billion euros.
Currently, the project is at the Technical Office of Government supervision of projects and, after passing the relevant administrative procedures, will be tendered for urgency.
Thus, the Government foresees that may be awarded in the month of October. The cost of this work is 2,786,577 euros.
On the other hand, the study also detected some weaknesses in some walls and some bridges and drainage problem. Currently being finalized and the reform of Petra bridge.
Once reconstructed the wall of the trench number 11 to consider the possibility of combining the works with the movement of trains with speed limits, including the mark.
It provides that the minimum period from the beginning to the end of the works not be less than two months.
This report will be delivered to the Court of Instruction number 7 of Inca, which is investigating the incident, in which there were 32 wounded.