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Old September 5th, 2006, 02:40 AM   #121
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nice I love these highways, they looks hella awesome....
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Old September 5th, 2006, 09:51 AM   #123
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Until 2015 if all the development plans go through from the today's 880 kms (highways + expressway) Hungary's transit-network will rise to 2800-3000 kms.
That quite surprises me, Czech highway network is planned in length only 2157 km, completion till 2020 (today we have 954km). It's probably because Hungary is bigger by some 15ths km2.
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Until 2015 if all the development plans go through from the today's 880 kms (highways + expressway) Hungary's transit-network will rise to 2800-3000 kms.
That quite surprises me, Czech highway network is planned in length only 2157 km, completion till 2020 (today we have 954km). It's probably because Hungary is bigger by some 15ths km2.
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Old September 5th, 2006, 11:26 AM   #125
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I am curious about who designed hungarian bridge. if it design were bought from architect of apollo bridge.
or are in architecture also some rules to protect architect like other authors (musicians/writers/programmers)...
I made a comment upon the subject above, on the first page as well. You are completely right. Its quite suspicious... I'll try to find out something about it for the thread.
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Old September 5th, 2006, 11:26 AM   #126
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I am curious about who designed hungarian bridge. if it design were bought from architect of apollo bridge.
or are in architecture also some rules to protect architect like other authors (musicians/writers/programmers)...
I made a comment upon the subject above, on the first page as well. You are completely right. Its quite suspicious... I'll try to find out something about it for the thread.
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Old September 5th, 2006, 11:35 AM   #127
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That quite surprises me, Czech highway network is planned in length only 2157 km, completion till 2020 (today we have 954km). It's probably because Hungary is bigger by some 15ths km2.
2800-3000 kms were just estimated numbers, correct info commin' up shortly...
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Old September 5th, 2006, 11:35 AM   #128
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That quite surprises me, Czech highway network is planned in length only 2157 km, completion till 2020 (today we have 954km). It's probably because Hungary is bigger by some 15ths km2.
2800-3000 kms were just estimated numbers, correct info commin' up shortly...
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Old September 5th, 2006, 12:19 PM   #129
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That quite surprises me, Czech highway network is planned in length only 2157 km, completion till 2020 (today we have 954km). It's probably because Hungary is bigger by some 15ths km2.
Total: 2551 kms by 2015 and 2576 kms by 2020
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That quite surprises me, Czech highway network is planned in length only 2157 km, completion till 2020 (today we have 954km). It's probably because Hungary is bigger by some 15ths km2.
Total: 2551 kms by 2015 and 2576 kms by 2020
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Cool! It's more then 160km per year till 2015, it'll be real highway boom in Hungary
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Cool! It's more then 160km per year till 2015, it'll be real highway boom in Hungary
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Old September 5th, 2006, 02:43 PM   #133
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i am curious about who designed hungarian bridge. if it design were bought from architect of apollo bridge.
or are in architecture also some rules to protect architect like other authors (musicians/writers/programmers)...
Until I get the information little info about the two bridges. Actually by building the crossing at Dunaújváros (unfortunately it hasn't been named yet) the Apollo bridge recives a Big Brother . The new Hungarian bridge will be wider and also longer then Bratislava's One. While it is going to have a span of 307,9 meters at the Main part, the Slovakian has a span of 230 meters.

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i am curious about who designed hungarian bridge. if it design were bought from architect of apollo bridge.
or are in architecture also some rules to protect architect like other authors (musicians/writers/programmers)...
Until I get the information little info about the two bridges. Actually by building the crossing at Dunaújváros (unfortunately it hasn't been named yet) the Apollo bridge recives a Big Brother . The new Hungarian bridge will be wider and also longer then Bratislava's One. While it is going to have a span of 307,9 meters at the Main part, the Slovakian has a span of 230 meters.

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Old September 5th, 2006, 04:20 PM   #135
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The M3 Motorway

The M3 Highway connects Budapest with the major cities of eastern Hungary like Miskolc, Nyíregyháza and Debrecen. Somewhere in the future between 2007 and 2013 itt will reach the Ukranian border at Záhony and through the M35 Romania at Bors but this connection is mainly based on the U/C nortern Transylvania highway built by the american company Bechtel which will hopefully be completed by 2012. Today the M3 highway is finished on 186 kms until the town of Görbeháza where it is divided into two separate highways, the original M3 leading to the direction of Nyíregyháza and Záhony, and the other one is M35 going to Debrecen and Bors.

Pictures of the finished M3 highway:


















The M3-M30 connection at Emőd:


Few pictures of the Tisza bridge of M3 highway:




From Görbeháza until both Nyíregyháza (39 kms) and Debrecen (35 kms) the highway sections are U/C and will be finished this December. The development of the bypass roads of Nyíregyháza (24 kms) and Debrecen (13 kms) have already been completed. Deadline for the complition of the last parts of the higways to the borders is the year 2013.

The Nyíregyháza bypass road:

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The M3 Motorway

The M3 Highway connects Budapest with the major cities of eastern Hungary like Miskolc, Nyíregyháza and Debrecen. Somewhere in the future between 2007 and 2013 itt will reach the Ukranian border at Záhony and through the M35 Romania at Bors but this connection is mainly based on the U/C nortern Transylvania highway built by the american company Bechtel which will hopefully be completed by 2012. Today the M3 highway is finished on 186 kms until the town of Görbeháza where it is divided into two separate highways, the original M3 leading to the direction of Nyíregyháza and Záhony, and the other one is M35 going to Debrecen and Bors.

Pictures of the finished M3 highway:


















The M3-M30 connection at Emőd:


Few pictures of the Tisza bridge of M3 highway:




From Görbeháza until both Nyíregyháza (39 kms) and Debrecen (35 kms) the highway sections are U/C and will be finished this December. The development of the bypass roads of Nyíregyháza (24 kms) and Debrecen (13 kms) have already been completed. Deadline for the complition of the last parts of the higways to the borders is the year 2013.

The Nyíregyháza bypass road:

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I become very interested in this thread. Thank you Qtya for all photos and info
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I become very interested in this thread. Thank you Qtya for all photos and info
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Old September 5th, 2006, 08:56 PM   #139
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The M30 Motorway

This highway is not really long, only 29 kms from the M3, but its very important for the economy of Hungary and the region. Miskolc, Hungary's third largest city and its industrial zone is still as highly important today as it was in the commie era. It was essential for this region to have a highway connection especially when the M3 is in a so obvious proximity. So when the M3 reached Emőd in 2002, the government started to build the M30 which consisted the bypass road of Miskolc as well.
Constructions ended in 2004. The M30 highway from Miskolc is planned as 4-laned expressway so not higway until the Slovakian border. The border-town's name is Tornyosnémeti. This section will be 62 kms long when finished somewhere in the future between 2010-2013.
Here you'll find some pictures of the completed parts of the M30 highway with the bridge over the Sajó river:

The M3-M30 connection again:


The M30 highway:





The M30 bridge over the Sajó river:

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The M30 Motorway

This highway is not really long, only 29 kms from the M3, but its very important for the economy of Hungary and the region. Miskolc, Hungary's third largest city and its industrial zone is still as highly important today as it was in the commie era. It was essential for this region to have a highway connection especially when the M3 is in a so obvious proximity. So when the M3 reached Emőd in 2002, the government started to build the M30 which consisted the bypass road of Miskolc as well.
Constructions ended in 2004. The M30 highway from Miskolc is planned as 4-laned expressway so not higway until the Slovakian border. The border-town's name is Tornyosnémeti. This section will be 62 kms long when finished somewhere in the future between 2010-2013.
Here you'll find some pictures of the completed parts of the M30 highway with the bridge over the Sajó river:

The M3-M30 connection again:


The M30 highway:





The M30 bridge over the Sajó river:

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