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Mined Construction for intersecting Structure for Main-Line and Light Rail Access in Bad Cannstatt

The DB Projekt Stuttgart-Ulm GmbH started work in mid-February 2017 at the Rosensteinpark in Stuttgart in the vicinity of the Ehmannstraße employing mining means to produce the intersecting structure for the Bad Cannstatt mainline access and light rail feed. The prerequisite was the permit received from the Federal Railways Office for the 22nd plan modification in plan approval section 1.5, Feuerbach and Bad Cannstatt Feed, which had been applied for at the end of March 2016.

 

Wildlife Conservation required the Construction Method to be altered

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The DB Projekt Stuttgart-Ulm GmbH started work in mid-February 2017 at the Rosensteinpark in Stuttgart in the vicinity of the Ehmannstraße employing mining means to produce the intersecting structure...

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