Munich: Underground Railway Line U2-East, Innsbrucker Ring – Munich-Riem
After almost four years of investigations into the optimal mass rapid transit connection for an urban development area (new international trade fair, etc.) at the site of the former airport in Riem the city council of Munich, the capital of the federal state of Bavaria, decided in favour of an underground railway in October 1991.
DORSCH CONSULT was retained to design and prepare the documents required for the plan approval procedure in respect of an approx. 7 500 m long section of the line; part of the contract (2 060 m in length) was carried out in joint venture.
Transport and Infrastructure
Dorsch International Consultants
Municipality of Munich
- Preliminary and detailed design as well as plan approval documents for an approx. 3 950 m long section of the line including the merging of the U2- East from the existing underground station Innsbrucker Ring and the underground stations Josephsburg, Kreillerstrasse and Am Moosfeld with the tunnelled sections
- Tender documents and specifications including carcass design for the approx. 2 060 m long construction lot 2 of the line U2-East from Kreillerstrasse station to Trudering station.