Works on the washed-out, tie-bar-reinforced concrete pavement were commenced on 18 May 2012 with slipform technology. The complete thickness of the main carriageway adds up to 26 centimetres, comprising a 21-cm thick base layer and a 5-cm-thick top layer. The three traffic lanes were constructed in a single, 11.75-m-wide slab. Acceleration, deceleration and emergency lanes were paved in widths between 2.75 and 3.75 metres with the same technology, but in a single, 26-cm-thick layer. Carriageway on the section’s five bridges are also built with washed-out concrete pavement, with the exception of the Danube bridge at Háros, where three-layer asphalt pavement was laid. Colas’ Wirtgen SP 1600 machine performed paving works on the main carriageway and the bridges. This concrete paver is equipped with four individually and hydraulically driven crawler tracks, and is capable of twolayer paving as a special feature.
Client: Nemzeti Infrastruktúra Fejlesztő Zrt.
Starting date: 07/01/2010Kezdés: 2010.01.07.
Completion date: 30/06/2013Befejezés: 2013.06.30.
Section: 12+140-17+300Szelvény: 12+140-17+300
Number of lanes: 3 + emergency laneSávok száma: 3 + emergency lane
Concrete: 20 656 m3Beton: 20 656 m3
Earthworks: 300 000 m3Földmunka: 300 000 m3
Number of structures: 8Műtárgyak száma: 8