One Third of the Tunnels of Stuttgart 21 driven

The DB Projekt Stuttgart–Ulm GmbH passed the 20 km mark for tunnelling on the Stuttgart 21 project at the end of September 2016, meaning that more than a third of the tunnels for the reorganisation of the Stuttgart rail node have now been driven. More than 8 km of this tunnel distance has been driven since the start of 2016. „After the laying of the foundation stone, we have now reached another important milestone. I thank all the engineers and miners – we are progressing rapidly“, said Manfred Leger, chairman of the board of DB Projekt Stuttgart–Ulm GmbH.

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