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Old July 15th, 2011, 06:24 PM   #2361
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here is the announced opening schedule (from Hungarian border to Novi Sad)

km-km . . . date

00-28 . . . 15.07.2011
(Horgoš - Bikovo)
28-38 . . . 2009

38-50 . . . 20.07.2011
(Žednik - Bačka Topola)

50-71 . . . 10.08.2011

71-80 . . . 20.08.2011
80-85 . . . 30.08.2011

85-98 . . . 01.08.2011
(Srbobran - Sirig (Novi Sad))

98-108 . . . 2009
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Old July 15th, 2011, 09:31 PM   #2362
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Congrats, finally a motorway to Hungary. This was an obvious priority for Serbia.
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Old July 16th, 2011, 12:11 AM   #2363
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Another section of Belgrade's Ada bridge was raised into place yesterday so now, we're a mere two or so weeks away from seeing the two sides of the main span connected

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Old July 16th, 2011, 12:50 PM   #2364
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Congratulations for the motorway Horgos-Belgrade!

Will be changes of the toll taxes and of the type of payment? The opened type of payment, as it is at the moment, is too inconvenient for a long distance motorway such as Horgos-Belgrade. Nis-Belgrade and Sid-Belgrade are closed type, the new completed motorway should also be the same.
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Old July 16th, 2011, 02:29 PM   #2365
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Congratulations
Now foreign tourists pay 440 dinars for motorway Subotica-Novi Sad.
Do you know how much will cost motorway to the border?
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Old July 16th, 2011, 03:12 PM   #2366
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it is same price for domestic and foreign vehicles
payments can be made with the following cards: MasterCard and Maestro, Visa, American Express

http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/pdf/cene_putarina_eng.pdf
http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/en/road-toll

as of 14.05.2011


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3.5 € (330 RSD) Subotica - Novi Sad
2.5 € (240 RSD) Novi Sad - Belgrade
7.5 € (730 RSD) Belgrade - Nis
2.0 € (190 RSD) Nis - Leskovac

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15.5 € (1,490 RSD) Subotica - Leskovac
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Old July 17th, 2011, 01:03 AM   #2367
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Construction of bridge across the Sava continues on February 2

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Tuesday, 01 February 2011 21:14

Works on the bridge across the Sava, which will connect Obrenovac and Surcin, will start again tomorrow in Obrenovac. The six-year building of the Obrenovac bridge was discontinued in 1999 and Mostogradnja has been hired to continue its construction. The bridge structure, part of lanes, and the access road on the side of Surcin have not been finished yet, while works on access roads on the side of Obrenovac have not even started yet.

Steel part of the bridge across the river is 450 meters long, while another 180 meters on the side of Surcin will be built of reinforced-concrete segments, which will make the entire bridge structure 630 meters long.

The bridge will be 14.5 meters wide. There will be two traffic lanes, pavements on both sides and two belts for infrastructure installations. The bridge structure above the main stream of the river will consist of six steel grid structures, while the Sava river will be navigable for all vessels up to 16.5 meters high.

In addition to the bridge across the Sava, an access road will also be built on the territory of the municipality of Obrenovac, from the Valjevo road to the Sava river, while a branch road from the bridge to the regional road in Boljevci will be built on the territory of the municipality of Surcin.

The bridge across the Sava in Obrenovac is part of a longer road, so-called Srem's Gazela, which will go from the bridge to Dobanovci cloverleaf interchange on the highway. The significance of this road lies in shorter length of the road and time of travel and higher level of traffic safety.

It will take less than half an hour for drivers from Obrenovac to reach Belgrade-Zagreb highway via the bridge across the Sava and the territory of the municipality of Surcin, and it will also open a possibility for them to take the bypass around Belgrade. The Srem Gazela, from the bridge in Obrenovac to Dobanovci cloverleaf interchange, is about 20 km long and it is divided into three sections. Works are currently underway on the second section seven kilometers long.


similar articles in Serbian (all of them published in February 2011):
http://www.gradjevinarstvo.rs/VestDe...10&vestid=3110
http://www.politika.rs/rubrike/Beogr...godine.lt.html
http://www.blic.rs/Vesti/Beograd/233...vca-do-Surcina
http://www.registracija-vozila.org/n...ac-surcin.html





One article has info in regards to traffic width:

They mentioned that: The traffic section will be 6,5 meters wide.





However, one drawing appeared at bridge discussion at Beobuild forum showing traffic lanes to be 3,5 meters wide

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full size image 2048 x 1536 pixels http://www.dodaj.rs/f/z/Ek/3raAjaDA/most.jpg
Guess that answered my question. I guess it was just the way the pic was taken, that made it appear to be only a single lane of aprox. 4 M, rather than two 3.5 M lanes. Can't wait till someone does a driving vid of it.
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Old July 17th, 2011, 03:06 AM   #2368
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Belgrade have good motorways to Hungary and Croatia. This means there are motorways to Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Prague or other parts of Central Europe. And there is motorways to Zagreb, Ljubljana and to Austria if someone prefer to go that way. I think this means the Serbian motorway network for the moment is like a part of Central Europe. But I hope they very soon get new motorways from Leskovac to Macedonia and from Nis to Bulgaria.
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Old July 17th, 2011, 09:05 AM   #2369
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it is being built both directions Macedonia and Bulgaria.
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Old July 17th, 2011, 10:06 AM   #2370
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Guess that answered my question. I guess it was just the way the pic was taken, that made it appear to be only a single lane of aprox. 4 M, rather than two 3.5 M lanes. Can't wait till someone does a driving vid of it.
It looks like that they widened the steel structure to be 10.7 m wide (from previous 8.0 m)

... and planned are sidewalks / bicycles lanes on both sides (to total bridge width of 14.5 m)

planned completion is I believe by the end of the year (including access roads), so some patience is still required ...
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Old July 17th, 2011, 10:13 AM   #2371
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Is in some serbian thread available a map showing progress on Serbia's motorways construction?
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Old July 17th, 2011, 10:55 AM   #2372
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some info is available here: http://www.koridor10.rs/index.php?mod=static&id=3
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Old July 18th, 2011, 09:45 PM   #2373
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Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia Seek EU Aid for Balkan Road, Port Links
By Gordana Filipovic - Jul 18, 2011 11:32 AM ET

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Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia agreed to apply together for European Union aid to finance joint infrastructure projects as the former Balkan foes reconcile their differences on the path to joining the bloc.

The three countries, which emerged from the civil war that tore apart Yugoslavia in the 1990s, need to “focus on infrastructure development” and set up an “inter-governmental body to harmonize activities” related to infrastructure development, their presidents said today in a joint statement.

The Balkans are struggling to kick start their economies after the worst recession since the fall of communism halted capital inflows and investments. Western Balkan countries need to prove they can work together as regional cooperation is one of the key requirements on their way toward EU membership.

Serbia plans to win EU candidacy by the end of the year, while Croatia, which wrapped up talks on June 30, hopes to join the 27-member bloc in mid-2013. Bosnia, scene of the worst carnage during the disintegration of Yugoslavia, has signed an EU trade agreement.

Joint infrastructure would help bolster “good-neighborly relations”, improve the economic competitiveness of the three countries and create links with Adriatic ports, according to a statement issued by the office of the Serbian President Boris Tadic.

The presidents of Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia, who met today in the Croatian Brijuni islands, once the summer residence of former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito who died in 1980, urged their governments to plan “a regional network of highways, rail links, logistics centers and the development of ports along the Adriatic coast and the Sava and Danube rivers.”



Current motorway network in Bosnia/Croatia/Serbia...more or less:

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Old July 18th, 2011, 10:13 PM   #2374
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Isn't it unusual, that of six former Yugoslav republics, two of them (Slovenia & Croatia) have motorway networks on German level, next two (Serbia & Macedonia) on regular level (only main corridors) and the last two (Bosnia & Montenegro) don't have significant motorway networks at all?
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Old July 18th, 2011, 10:18 PM   #2375
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And this motorways network map of the region is erratic: for example, the city expressway Belgrade - Pančevo is shown, while the expressway Sv. Helena - Vrbovec is ommited.
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Old July 18th, 2011, 10:23 PM   #2376
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Question: would Yugoslavia still exist today if only the Yugoslav People's Army in the sixties and seventies had allowed Slovenian and Croatian Communist Leaders to build the motorway network as shown in this map?
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Old July 19th, 2011, 05:59 AM   #2377
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Dude, get yourself your own playground where you can beat on a boosh. We are here to talk about Serbian motorways.
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Old July 19th, 2011, 06:17 AM   #2378
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Stop trolling.

In fact, gtfo.
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Old July 19th, 2011, 06:44 PM   #2379
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As work now slowly wraps up on the northern section of Corridor 10 (between Novi Sad and Horgos & Kelebija border crossings with Hungary), construction will begin to intensify on so-called Corridor 11, a connection between Belgrade & Montenegro's port of Bar on one side and Romanian city of Timisoara on the other, where a 12km section between Ub & Lajkovac is currently being built by the same domestic consortium that carried out the works on Novi Sad-Horgos...with expected completion sometime in the second half of next year.



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Old July 19th, 2011, 06:56 PM   #2380
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Does anyone know how the construction of the Beograd ring road is developing? People who are coming from Novi Sad that want to go to Nis always had to drive through the city of Beograd, but when the ring road is completed that won't be necessary anymore and hopefully will save the travelers some time.
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