Project ID: PA1A163
The weir and locks of Kachlet were built between 1922 and 1927. The designed life span of 80 years is already exceeded and major rehabilitation of both lock chambers as well as the weir complex is necessary. The unimpaired functioning of the locks is crucial for the processing of inland navigation.
The project aims to improve the reliability and safety of the navigation lock infrastructure, eliminating the occurrence of long closures and preventing malfunctions.
Since malfunctioning lock facilities create infrastructural bottlenecks for the entire waterway corridor, the rehabilitation project had region-wide benefits, ensuring the safety and operability of the lock.
Start date: 2012
End date: 2019
Total budget: approx. 86 million EUR entirely funded through national budget
Project leader: Wasserstraßen- und Schifffahrtsamt Regensburg / Germany
Address: Erlanger Straße 1, 93059 Regensburg / Germany
There are no additional partners involved.
Data provided by viadonau, based on information from the project website and the TEN-T Corridor Study for the Rhine-Danube Corridor - 25.09.2018