Tram line 41 will be suspended from July to August 2019 between Grant Bridge and Ghencea Terminal to complete three major infrastructure projects, City Hall said. On this route, where tram 41 is stopped, a bus line will be inserted, 641.
The line on line 41 is not affected between Press House and Grant Bridge, providing a re-swing on Turda Street.
On line 41 there are currently 36 trams that provide a maximum capacity of 7,077 passengers per hour in one direction.
During the summer, line 41 will be covered by 35 trams with a capacity of 6,880 passengers / hour / day. On holidays, this trail is covered by 25 trams with a capacity of 5,188 passengers / h / s.
"The measure of tram 41 suspension on the indicated route is required for work on the Pod Grant subway, the Hoban bridge over Virtutea Road and the Parc Drumul Taberei subway station.
The City Council of Bucharest approved the following works in the Technical Commission of Circulation of April 4, 2019:
– Rehabilitation and consolidation of works Underground Underground Pod Grant;
– The bridge over the Sos Virtues, within the Purpose of Penetration and Connection Splaiul Independenţei – Ciurel – Bucharest – Piteşti Highway;
– Metro Drumul Taberei subway station on Drumul Taberei Boulevard, at the crossroads with Braşov Street, under the project "Magistral 5 – Drumul Taberei – Pantelimon Tronson 1"
As a result of these opinions, it was decided to suspend the tram line from July 41 to August 2019 between Grant Bridge and Ghencea Terminal, for a good deflation of the abovementioned investment objectives, a statement from the City Hall said.
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