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Old August 3rd, 2011, 08:02 AM   #2441
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This new Danube crossing is a key part of a planned city ring-road, marked here as "SMT":

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This new Danube bridge, marked "SMT", is on the West side (nicknamed "Chinese", "Zemun - Borča" bridge).

The Danube bridge marked "SMT" on the East side (so called "Ada Huja" bridge) is in the planning phase.
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Old August 3rd, 2011, 08:05 PM   #2442
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I can see on Google Maps that the E75 Zagreb-Skopje is also named highway 1 in Serbia, but is it signed as such or just as the E75? Is there a current map of motorway projects that includes a future motorway numbering system?
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Old August 3rd, 2011, 08:27 PM   #2443
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So basically a lot of shaking and jumping (and hard) in Serbia, but felt nothing in Bulgaria?
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Sounds sexy.
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Radi look, we also have shiny markings and crash barriers:
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I'm completely aware of reality, but this post was pointed to Radi's fascination of shiny crash barriers.
NEW AND SHINY!!!!
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Old August 3rd, 2011, 10:17 PM   #2444
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... NEW AND SHINY!!!!
Do not deceive us with this photo of new and shiny half. Please post the photo of the other side, which is at least fifteen years old, used and bumpy.
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Old August 3rd, 2011, 10:25 PM   #2445
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We all should congratulate to Serbian authorities that they succeed in obtaining money and finishing this very important motorway in our crisis time.
However, the hard fact is that the lane in direction Belgrade now demands at least new asphalt finishing, and probably the maximum safe speed on that lane is 80 kmh.
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Old August 4th, 2011, 01:42 AM   #2446
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Do not deceive us with this photo of new and shiny half. Please post the photo of the other side, which is at least fifteen years old, used and bumpy.
You obviously don't know Radi and his history, so You don't get the joke.
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Old August 4th, 2011, 01:41 PM   #2447
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km-km . . . date opened

00-28 . . . 15.07.2011
(Horgoš - Bikovo)
28-38 . . . 2009
38-50 . . . 20.07.2011
(Žednik - Bačka Topola)

50-71 . . . 15.08.2011
71-80 . . . 25.08.2011
80-85 . . . 05.09.2011

85-98 . . . 05.08.2011
(Srbobran - Sirig (Novi Sad))
98-108 . . 2009


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ANNOUNCEMENT OF "CORRIDOR OF SERBIA"

Tomorrow the opening section of Corridor 10 from Srbobran to Sirig

Tanjug | 04th 08th 2011th - 11:41 am | Comments: 0

Part of highway in the north of Corridor 10 from Srbobran to Sirig, a distance of 13 kilometers, will be open to traffic tomorrow, told Tanjug in the company "Corridors of Serbia".

Concerns a section of the 85th and 98 kilometers starting from the Hungarian border to Novi Sad.

The route of Corridor 10 from Horgos to Novi Sad to date for traffic on 60 kilometers of highway, and the remaining shares in the travel direction, as previously announced, will be open through August.

Part of the northern branches of Corridor 10 in Serbia from Horgos to Bikovo, 28 kilometers long, was opened for traffic 15th July and five days later near Backa Topola another 12 kilometers of the motorway.

Two sections of 10 kilometers - from Bikovo to Žednik, ie from 28 to 38 kilometers, and section of Sirig to Novi Sad from 98th to 108 kilometers, but were completed in 2009. year.

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Old August 4th, 2011, 06:53 PM   #2448
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Finally, tomorrow the first vehicles should cross the new ~2,200m Danube bridge at Beska, up to now the last major bottleneck on the Belgrade-Novi Sad motorway. Its official opening is scheduled for sometime next month.

One slightly older video of the new bridge...
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Old August 4th, 2011, 07:12 PM   #2449
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Will they immediately start reconstructing existing half?
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Old August 4th, 2011, 07:29 PM   #2450
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Hopefully, it will happen as soon as possible. No real word yet on that, I'm guessing we'll hear more about it in the coming days.

Speaking of motorway bridges, the very long & expensive reconstruction of Belgrade's Gazelle bridge is drawing to a close - all six lanes will finally be open for traffic in the middle of November while it will take another few months after that for all the finishing touches to be completed - sometime in February next year.




Meanwhile, work continues on Belgrade's motorway bypass....

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Old August 4th, 2011, 08:08 PM   #2451
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What does it say on that message in Cyrillic?
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Old August 4th, 2011, 08:12 PM   #2452
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"Mrkonjiću (minister of infrastructure), make us playground!
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Old August 4th, 2011, 08:53 PM   #2453
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O. T., its really good to see the new generations write in beautiful cyrillic and not that other, barely compatible with Serbian language script that was force-fed on my own generation during the Yugoslav days
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O.T., that's bullshit, but if your ego is higher by off topic-ing this thread with incorrect pseudopatriotic statement, then I'm okay with that.
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Old August 4th, 2011, 09:19 PM   #2455
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O.T., that's bullshit, but if your ego is higher by off topic-ing this thread with incorrect pseudopatriotic statement, then I'm okay with that.
That seems a lot like a insult. Lets not turn this into a flame thread. I dont want this to get locked. Anyway, on the topic of writing, at least it is nice to have youth know their language. Cyrillic is nice writing too. Now lets get back on topic and not turn this into a flame thread.
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Old August 4th, 2011, 09:43 PM   #2456
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O. T., its really good to see the new generations write in beautiful cyrillic and not that other, barely compatible with Serbian language script that was force-fed on my own generation during the Yugoslav days
O.T. +1
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Old August 5th, 2011, 12:24 AM   #2457
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I dont understand how that so expensive bridge and the whole bypass could be more important than building a full metro lines. Stupid decision.
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Old August 5th, 2011, 12:37 AM   #2458
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I dont understand how that so expensive bridge and the whole bypass could be more important than building a full metro lines. Stupid decision.
Because that's something Belgrade can't function without right now. It's a bottleneck of the whole city and country (inner ring road + bypass). Metro comes in only second to that. At least, that's how I see it.
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Because that's something Belgrade can't function without right now. It's a bottleneck of the whole city and country (inner ring road + bypass). Metro comes in only second to that. At least, that's how I see it.
Bottleneck of the city is how its possible for a 1.2(1.5) million city without an underground system. Actually thats my point of view which is stupid to invest in a bypass where the real bottleneck is the inside core of the city.
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Underground Metro is very important for a big city like Belgrade. I know when I was visiting Vienna, traveling by U-Bahn and trams was perfect, I visited almost anything like that, with a car it would have been much more complicated. The same thing in every city with Underground Metro (Munich, Budapest, Nuremberg).
Public transport is very important.

But a bypass road is also very important if the city is daily transited by many cars, like Belgrade. All that traffic would be moved out of the city. I know this fact in my hometown, Timisoara, we only have 1/4 of ring road, and lots of trucks and transit cars are clotting the city. A ring road would be a blessing for us.

For me it's a big enigma how the former YUG capital didn't get an underground metro. I don't think I know another capital city that doesn't have one.
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