6. 11. 2019
Directorate of Roads and Motorways begins construction of the road I/68 Třanovice - Nebory (Třinec).


  • Directorate of Roads and Motorways begins construction of the road I/68 Třanovice - Nebory (Třinec)

    6. 11. 2019
    Directorate of Roads and Motorways begins construction of the road I/68 Třanovice - Nebory (Třinec).


The construction "I/68 Třanovice - Nebory" is part of the final solution to connect the future D48 motorway with the Slovak Republic along the road I/68a and I/11 in the section Třanovice - Mosty u Jablunkova. In the section between Třanovice and Nebory, the I/68 road forms an important link between the D48 motorway and the I// 11 road.

The construction of "I/68 Třanovice - Nebory" relocates the existing I/68 to the outside the densely built-up areas. The relocation is designed in the S 24.5/100 category and covers a total of 5,400 metres. The area of interest is located in the eastern part of the Moravian-Silesian Region, west of the town of Třinec, with a direct connection to the border crossing with the Slovak and Polish Republics. The dual carriage-way will begin at the site of the future Třanovice elevated crossing (MÚK), which will connect the I/68 bypass to the D48 motorway.

The end of the dual carriage-way is in Nebory at the intersection with the existing I/68 and the subsequent MÚK Nebory, where the road I/11 will connect. The by-pass then continues as "I 11 Nebory - Oldřichovice - Bystřice" which was put into operation in October 2017. The planned section of the transfer of the road I / 68 Třanovice – Nebory will create a new continuation of road I / 11 from the D48 motorway to the state border with the Slovak Republic.

The by-pass begins with a straight 495 metres long part, where it crosses via a bridge the Stonávka river and the road II/474 near the village of Hnojník. It then continues with several directional curves to the gap in the village of Střítež, where it crosses the road III/4763 as an elevated crossing and then bridges the deep valley of the Ropičanka river and the Český Těšín - Frýdek-Místek railway line. After this bridge, the route passes through a forest in the cadastre of the village of Ropice and with a right hand curve sweeps past the village of Nebory and ends at the existing road I/68, in the area of MÚK Nebory.

The existing section of the I/68 Horní Tošanovice – Hnojník – Nebory and the adjoining section of the I/11 Nebory - Vendryně – Bystřice will be transferred to the network of roads of class II with the presumed designation II/668. Therefore, two elevated crossings are proposed at each end of the dual carriage-way - at the beginning a cleft shaped connection to the D48 MÚK Třanovice and at the end a connection to the existing I/68 MÚK Nebory. The route of interest is led mainly by cross-country land and scattered village and suburban type buildings.

The purpose of the construction of this dual carriage-way is mainly to transfer traffic from the existing inadequate road running through built-up parts of the villages of Hnojník and Střítež with inadequate technical parameters to a new four-lane capacity road.

This will increase the fluidity and safety of traffic, which will lead to a reduction in accidents. The flow of traffic will have a positive impact on the environment with regard to the noise and exhaust emissions.


The schedule has been updated as of 02/2022

Building permits have been issued for the entire length of the construction of the dual carriage-way. The ongoing expropriation proceedings of one landowner, where ŘSD together with the Regional Office of the Moravian-Silesian Region filed a cassation complaint against the decision to cancel the expropriation of the real estate in question, prevent the complete completion of the property rights preparation. On 30th May 2019, the Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic issued a decision rejecting the defendant's cassation complaint (Regional Office of the Moravian-Silesian Region) and the cassation complaint of the Czech Railways, returning the proceedings to the first instance, ie the Frýdek-Místek City Hall for a new hearing. On 30th October 2019, the Regional Authority of the Moravian-Silesian Region issued a decision in which it upheld the contested decision (Decision of the City of Frýdek-Místek on the revocation of ownership of 11th March 2015).

The owner filed several administrative lawsuits (including a criminal complaint) against the decision of KÚ MSK. On 2nd October 2019, a contract was signed with the successful tenderer. The handover of the construction site took place on 29th October 2019. The ceremonial start of the construction took place on 6th November 2019. The commissioning deadline is 32 months from the date of the commencement of works. Ongoing preparatory, design and other related work precede the actual construction work. Stabilization of the Basic demarcation network, demarcation of the construction perimeter, surveying of the existing terrain and connection to the existing roads, additional Engineering - geological survey incl. final reports, elaboration of the Traffic Operation Plan of the construction, itemization and felling of woodland within the footprint plan of the construction, itemization of the roads, buildings, wells and areas affected by the construction, processing of the Temporary Traffic Flow Measures (DIO), RDS design. In April, removal of the topsoil related groundworks will begin.

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EIA: Opinion of the EIA • ZP: Approval of the project aim • UR: Release territorial planning decision • SP: Issuing of building permit • VZ: Tender results declaration • ZS: Start of construction • UP: Commissioning
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