The Kácov bridge project involves the construction of a new three-span road bridge with a total length of approximately 75 m over the river Sázava. COLAS CZ, a.s. built the new bridge to replace the existing structure which had been no longer suitable due to its poor condition, limitations of load capacity and unsuitable geometric parameters for the needed traffic crossing.
On May 2nd, 1973, a new bridge (nowadays called Patton Bridge after the late general Patton), over the river Mže, was put into operation. The bridge has relieved the traffic by deflecting it from the square into the direction of Karlovy Vary and Žatec.
The new bridges had replaced an obsolete overpass in the eastern part of the Czech capital.
In 2019, a completed repair of Patton Bridge in Plzeň was followed by the repair of another important bridge – Roosevelt Bridge. The contractor of the construction works was Colas CZ, a.s. and the investor was the Statutory City of Plzeň, represented by the Public Assets Management.
The bridge in Davle is situated at the confluence of the Vltava and Sázava rivers.
The noise barrier is located in the urban area along the Jižní spojka, a southern part of the inner Prague Municipal Ring Road that is an important connection road in the direction to Štěrboholy.
The Vraňany-Hořín Navigation Canal is a one-of-a-kind project. Thanks to the secured underpass heights of 7 m, some larger ships may come through all the way to Prague even from Germany.
Žďákovský bridge was named after a village that had been flooded during the filling of Orlík reservoir. It connects the banks of the river Vltava near the town of Orlík nad Vltavou.