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Old May 13th, 2013, 10:25 PM   #1001
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Is that near the Croatian A10 recently discussed in the HR topic?
Yes it's the second section which should be finished by next summer.
4.1km of the first section is done and on 1.2km connection to the border the started paving and building assembly. Seen below:
You can check how much has been done in a month.
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Završetak do 1. jula

Napreduju radovi na graničnom prijelazu Bijača


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Međunarodni granični prijelaz Bijača kod Ljubuškog bit će završen na vrijeme, odnosno do 1. jula, utvrdili su prilikom nedavne posjete predstavnici izvršne vlasti u BiH i Federaciji BiH.

Prije dvije sedmice u posjeti gradilištu graničnog prijelaza Bijača bili su predsjedavajući Vijeća ministara Vjekoslav Bevanda, ministar komunikacija i prometa BiH Damir Hadžić, premijer Federacije Nermin Nikšić, te ministar komunikacija i promera FBiH Enver Bijedić.

"Prijelaz Bijača će biti gotov do 1. jula, kao i sve pristupne ceste. Time će biti demantovani svi zloguki proroci koji govore da se to tamo nešto radi, ali da se neće završiti i da toga neće biti", izjavio je Bevanda nakon obilaska gradilišta na prijelazu Bijača.

Federalni premijer Nikšić izjavio je nakon obilaska gradilišta i sastanka kako je zadovoljan onim što je danas vidio i čuo te istaknuo vrlo dobru saradnju svih sudionika u ovom projektu od lokalnih vlasti, države, ministarstava, javnih poduzeća i izvođača radova.

"Ovo je projekt kojim se ponosimo i dovršit ćemo ga u zadanom roku ako ne i prije", ustvrdio je Nikšić, dodavši kako razlog za ponos govori i činjenica kako su od ostvarenih ušteda na ovom projektu za lokalnu zajednici izgrađen vodovod te obnovljen regionalni put.

"Ne treba zanemariti i da na izgradnji ovog dijela autoputa najvećim dijelom rade domaće kompanije. Očekujemo da se još osposobe i u narednom razdoblju budu respektabilan faktor za izgradnju kompletnog koridora V-c", kazao je federalni premijer.

Ministar komunikacija i prometa BiH Damir Hadžić također je utvrdio da će prijelaz Bijača biti izgrađen u planiranom roku te da je to bilo samo sporno kod jednog dijela medija.

"Sve što smo radili, radili smo s jasno definiranim rokovima i garancijama da će posao s graničnim prijelazima biti završen pravodobno i kao što ima odgovornih za neizvršenje obveza, tako ima odgovornih za izvršenje obveza. A najveći krivci za izvršenje obveza na ovom projektu su horizontalna i vertikalna komunikacija između svih institucija u ovoj zemlji", kazao je Hadžić.

Federalni ministar prometa i komunikacija Enver Bijedić istaknuo je kako izgradnja međunarodnog graničnog prijelaza Bijača uspjeh u "moru loših vijesti".

"Kad ovog graničnog prijelaza ne bi bilo poljoprivredni proizvođači iz ovog kraja mogli bi izvoziti svoje proizvode u Hrvatsku tako što bi ih morali vozili na sjever BiH i tamo preći s njima granicu", kazao je Bijedić, pojasnivši da su pravila Europske unije takva da samo na određenim prijelazima mogu prelaziti određene robe.

"U tome je uspjeh da se ovaj prijelaz završi na vrijeme", kazao je Bijedić

http://www.mojevijesti.ba/novost/157...ijelazu-Bijaca




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Old May 13th, 2013, 10:45 PM   #1002
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Already at the beginning it looks like that motorway from Croatia border to Sarajevo will be very spectacular. How tall pylons will be built at Neretva crossing at Počitelj?
And is there any idea, how motorway will look from Mostar to Sarajevo?

(P.S.: i thought that Google maps had updated BiH territory but now I see only in big cities)
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Old May 13th, 2013, 11:13 PM   #1003
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The motorway is defined: http://motorways-exitlists.com/europe/bih/a1.htm

But that will take some years...
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Old May 14th, 2013, 11:59 AM   #1004
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Already at the beginning it looks like that motorway from Croatia border to Sarajevo will be very spectacular. How tall pylons will be built at Neretva crossing at Počitelj?
And is there any idea, how motorway will look from Mostar to Sarajevo?

(P.S.: i thought that Google maps had updated BiH territory but now I see only in big cities)
In little over 80km of motorway between Sarajevo-Mostar the project calls for 45.8km of tunnels and 7.8km bridges (and viaducts) or more then 67% of the section. Currently 20.2km is under-construction: tunnels 6.3km - bridges 1.7km.
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Old May 17th, 2013, 11:44 AM   #1005
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Old May 17th, 2013, 02:36 PM   #1006
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A1 will be very picturesque road.
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Old May 17th, 2013, 04:42 PM   #1007
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A1 will be very picturesque road.
True, and now only easiest sections of all A1 are being built.
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Old May 18th, 2013, 02:01 PM   #1008
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 10:17 AM   #1009
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Hi, I'm asking myself what is the best road (comfort; time) to pass from Dubrovnik (Croatia) to Timisoara (Romania). I'll take this road in mid Jully and as far as looking on the map the best choice should be Metkovic, Mostar, Sarajevo, Zenica, Doboj, Modrica. Thanks!
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 01:56 PM   #1010
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Old May 30th, 2013, 10:56 PM   #1011
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Fully agree!

Use Slavonski Samac/Bosanski Samac border crossing between Croatia and Bosnia.
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Old May 31st, 2013, 03:28 PM   #1012
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Why via BiH? Wouldn´t it be much shorter via Montenegro and Serbia?

But if you decide for that way keep in mind the Neum problem which will surely cause severe traffic jams and probably horrible waiting times due to two outside EU-borders (from July 1) you´ll have to cross leaving and entering Croatia again around Neum on a stretch of 8kms.

I´d suggest going: Dubrovnik - Gornji Brgat (HR) - Ivanica (BiH) - Trebinje - Ljubinje - Stolac - Mostar ...

The road is ok and there isn´t much traffic at all (for now) even during the touristical season.
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Old June 1st, 2013, 02:39 AM   #1013
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keep in mind the Neum problem which will surely cause severe traffic jams and probably horrible waiting times due to two outside EU-borders (from July 1) you´ll have to cross leaving and entering Croatia again around Neum on a stretch of 8kms.
No, it will not.

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Croatia has opened two new border crossings in the south with Bosnia at Zaton Doli and Klek, aimed at easing traffic between the two countries at the same time as fulfilling EU standards before the country's membership starts in July.

The two border crossings with five, instead of two, traffic lanes in each direction will allow for easier transport.

They also will separate Croats and EU citizens from Bosnians and other passengers who will be checked at different gates. The new crossings will have EU standardized checks on goods transported between Croatia and Bosnia. Croatia plans to update many other border crossings as part of their EU membership process. Croatian TV Nova reported that the two new border crossings cost around 13.8 million euro.



Bosnians currently travel to Croatia only with ID cards, but it is still unclear whether they will need passports from July, when Croatia joins the European Union.
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Old June 3rd, 2013, 04:52 PM   #1014
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Hi, I'm asking myself what is the best road (comfort; time) to pass from Dubrovnik (Croatia) to Timisoara (Romania). I'll take this road in mid Jully and as far as looking on the map the best choice should be Metkovic, Mostar, Sarajevo, Zenica, Doboj, Modrica. Thanks!
The best route is: Dubrovnik - BiH border - Trebinje - Visegrad - SRB border - Uzice - Cacak - Beograd - Pancevo - Timisoara. It's over 200 km and at least 2 hours shorter route despite there is no highway at all. But decision is yours. The road is in good condition, wide, except section between Gacko and Foca.
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But if you decide for that way keep in mind the Neum problem which will surely cause severe traffic jams and probably horrible waiting times due to two outside EU-borders (from July 1) you´ll have to cross leaving and entering Croatia again around Neum on a stretch of 8kms.
If reports from the MNE border are anything to go by, Neum is going to become a nightmare - the Croatians are checking very, very carefully there. If they apply the same strictness to Neum, then it's going to be a nightmare.

I'm not convinced that 5 lanes will actually be enough - if you consider that at least two lanes will be for trucks and buses, that only leaves 2 EU + 1 All Passports lanes for cars. One new rule is the requirement to have at least 50 Euros a day to enter Croatia - if Croatia checks this routinely, then it's going to cause even more trouble.

There's also no guarantee that BiH won't step up their own controls in response. So far, they have had pretty lax controls there - but now?
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The 50 Euros per day regards non EU citizens, but I guess they will not apply that strictly for Bosnia and MNE citizens.
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Old June 10th, 2013, 02:34 PM   #1017
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The 50 Euros per day regards non EU citizens, but I guess they will not apply that strictly for Bosnia and MNE citizens.
That rule is ridiculous in the age of plastic money.
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I agree, € 50 is about the maximum I carry with me on international trips. Enough to pay for food, but I pay everything else like diesel and lodging with a credit card.
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Old June 10th, 2013, 03:52 PM   #1019
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That rule is ridiculous in the age of plastic money.
Rule is 50€ OR credit card
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Old June 14th, 2013, 03:27 PM   #1020
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Rule is 50€ OR credit card
That's even more ridiculous - my own debit card says "Visa" on it (not electron) and looks like a credit card, yet I normally only carry enough money in the account to pay for a tank of fuel and it is very much a debit card.

I'm guessing in reality, it will be very rarely enforced.
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