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Transport infrastructure in CZ is still lagging behind developed countries. Although CZ is a crucial transit country, it is unable to exploit this position. On the contrary, we continue to face an inadequate highway network, neglected infrastructure, overpriced and slow construction, poor quality and sub-standard services.
The D1 highway is chronically overloaded and in poor condition; a highway connection to Austria seems a distant future; the state’s inaptitude in disputes with ecologists and the owners of important land continues to block the completion of highways D8 and D11. The Blanka tunnel in Prague is a major and very pricy problem, while the ring road around the city is still unfinished. The quality of our roads need not even be mentioned, yet their maintenance continues to cost more and more money.
At the present time, when economic recession is leading to cuts and savings in every area, the massive development of transport infrastructure that is so crucial to sustaining competitiveness seems almost unrealistic.
Nevertheless, the new Transport Minister Vít Bárta and his team believe that they will manage to reverse the negative state of affairs.

Will we finally stop building the most expensive transport structures in Europe?
Will ecological protests continue to block important projects?
What will toll be like in forthcoming years?
When will travel across CZ reach a level similar to that in mature countries?
Will PPP projects finally get underway and bring a new standard of quality?
Which constructions will be launched and which ones will not?
Will the method calling tenders be altered?
Will there be new construction firms from China and the USA?


These are just a few of the questions to be discussed at the conference.

Soňa Miňovská
Conference Manager

The Czech Republic - The Crossroads of Europe
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