Ground-breaking ceremony: wheelchair access at station in Vilshofen

At the end of the year, the station in Vilshofen is to be completely accessible for wheelchairs. The official ground-breaking ceremony for the construction projects took place on 21st May 2013. In the coming months, the central platform will be re-built with a length of 280 metres and a height of 76 centimetres above the top of the rails. Rädlinger Ingenieurbau Vilshofen was awarded the contract for this. In addition, a guidance system for the blind and an additional lift will be installed that will make the journey from the existing underpass to the platform easier. The replacement of the platform roof, the platform furniture and the service facilities also contribute to the modernisation of the station premises. In total, the Federal Government, the Free State of Bavaria and Deutsche Bahn are investing around 3.7 million euros in the project.


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