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Completed on Spoilovsk street in Prague 4 because of the noise and vapors of transport vehicles can not be assessed according to the EIA law. The decision of the magistrate was taken. Construction can take place in 2020 and 2021 and in those years. It will cost 3.3 billion to pay Prague. The Spoilovsk street together with the Jin link replaces the incomplete Prask circuit between D1 and D11, referred to as Section 511. It jumps in the direction of the transport sector, which has been fighting the population for a long time.
According to magistrates, it does not detract from the construction to have a negative effect on the environment and the health of the population, it is not necessary to continue with the EIA process. Against the decision to dismiss me, the ministry would decide on the environment in such a case.
The project is about Spoilovsk Street about 1.5 km from the Ken streets in the streets Chodovci and Hrusick along the Senohrabsk and Choceradsk. The length of the filled tunnel is more than a kilometer. The town hall builds a park and a sporting place above the crowds. The goal of the project is to extend the tram line with new stops in the direction of Jin Msto, build new trams of skids and build underground gar.
Prague is retiring in a pension project for the fifth year. According to the scheme, a building could receive a building permit in 2020, followed by a tender for a contractor. This also results in the final price.
In addition to the noise and emissions, the residents of Spoil have been in operation since the launch of the Prague Ring between the D1 and the D5 D1 in 2010, when he paid for the truck's access to Jin the link between Smochov and Kr. Trucks from the Prague circuit in the direction of Hradec Krlov drive along the D1 and then after Spoilovsk, from where he returns to the Jin link. The situation should improve the completion of the circuit between the D1 and Hradec Králové. When it comes, it is not clear yet.
The EIA process is subdivided into so-called findings and it is decided whether the assessed impact will have consequences for the environment and public health. If so, the so-called major environmental impact assessment follows, for which the investor needs full documentation and on which it is publicly debated.