Gabčíkovo is a hydroelectric project on the river Danube south of Bratislava, built jointly by Slovakia and Hungary between 1977-1992. The natural channel of the Danube is now controlled by a weir and lock at Cunovo (SK) and a weir at Dunakiliti (HU); there is no through passage on this channel. Gabčíkovo weir and lock create the Zdrž Hrušov (Hrušov reservoir) and Dunajský Kanál. The canal is an elevated straight-line aqueduct with rigid banks. A two-chamber lock complex allows passage of river traffic. Below the lock the river is shared by Slovakia and Hungary.
The table shows the KM Post markers starting at Kelheim, Germany; KM to is the reverse, the distance from Kelheim. The country name cell includes the 2-letter identifier, local name for the Danube and the length of the river in that country.
KM1854.0 Gabčikovo lake