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Old November 11th, 2011, 08:47 PM   #2981
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Wait, now it will be 2×4, but it used to be 2×3 lanes, right?
To be honest, I'm confused as well. I think that there will be 3 lanes in each direction. 6 of them in total as shown on the picture above.
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Old November 11th, 2011, 08:53 PM   #2982
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If you look far enough in this picture, you will see, that actually on the bridge are 2x3 (after the large billboard on the right side)... The fourth lane on each side is only for the entrances/exits.
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Old November 11th, 2011, 09:04 PM   #2983
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But it's still a lane. So now it will be 2×3+entrance, but it used to be 2×2+entrance?
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Old November 11th, 2011, 09:12 PM   #2984
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But it's still a lane. So now it will be 2×3+entrance, but it used to be 2×2+entrance?
Yes, exactly!
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Old November 11th, 2011, 09:25 PM   #2985
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yes, but this extra lane is not on the whole lenght of the bridge, only some 25-30 or 50 meters before exits or after entrances, and only on the banks, not in the "real" bridge-part.
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Old November 11th, 2011, 09:44 PM   #2986
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So the number of lanes won't change, they just repaved them?
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Old November 11th, 2011, 09:46 PM   #2987
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It has been 2x3 lanes for at least 10 years. Google Earth Imagery confirms six lanes since at least 2001.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 12:08 AM   #2988
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Clumsy Google translation but you get the idea...


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Gazelle is ready for 200,000 vehicles

N. V. BRKOVIĆ | 11 novembar 2011th 22:01


Drivers will be able to freely Saturday night to use all the strips najprometnijeg Belgrade bridge. Masters will run through February in the "boxes" under construction

Butter, mostadžije, paving, fitters, welders, grinders, rollers, trucks, all the "roadblocks" will disappear from Gazela on Saturday in 19 hours. After a year and a half, since the reconstruction began, drivers will finally be able to "spread" around the bridge. Work on loop Mostar, at the level where passing trams are continuing, but all six lanes be passable for traffic.

Before reconstruction, the day the bridge "Gaza," about 160,000 vehicles, although it is designed for 65,000. Restoration of old structures more than four decades, the burden will increase three times, and the bridge connecting the banks of the Sava will be able to shoulder even to carry 200,000 vehicles, experts say.

In "Roads of Serbia" and added that the masters and February to work in "boxes" under construction. In addition, continuing with work on the Mostar loop.


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Gaza is filled for 41 years. It was built in 1966. do 1970. as part of the highway and urban highway "Brotherhood and Unity", which was supposed to connect Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. The bridge is 332 long and 27.5 meters wide.
- Next in line is setting up a metal platform to platform edges stajališnih tramway bridge - explain the "Roads of Serbia". - So on Sunday will come to a complete stop of tram traffic over Mostar crossing, rather than an hour after midnight to Monday at three o'clock. We appeal to all road users to pay attention to traffic signs placed temporarily adjust speed. Also, you should take care, safety of workers in the field.

Preliminary work on the renovation began on 15 Gazele March last year. This is the first reconstruction najprometnijeg Sava Bridge in Belgrade. Given the scope of work and its very bad condition, it was necessary to work split in phases. In addition to the reconstruction of the bridge, which has a loop with four floors, the more the approach and exit ramps, and simultaneously initiated work on a highway in which a and Gaza. All of this, further work is difficult and road construction, and traffic in the capital.

When complete rehabilitation is completed the bridge will be difficult for some 1,500 tons. The construction is steel reinforced, changed the autoploča, fittings, cables ... Removed approximately 1,000 tons of various materials and the failed parts, and built about 2.5 tons of new ones.

It is agreed that the reconstruction of "Gazela" worth 58 million euros, is financed by loans from the EIB and the EBRD's 33 out of 25 million euros, Belgrade has allocated 7.5 million euros, "Roads of Serbia" 4.8 and the European Agency for Reconstruction donated 6.75 million. It will be easier, of Belgrade.

Hopefully, it will be some time before it reaches the 200k mark - after all, the new Ada bridge opening next month is expected to take some city traffic off the congested Gazelle.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 12:19 AM   #2989
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Thanks CrazySerb for all the updates, keep up the good work!
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Old November 12th, 2011, 01:53 AM   #2990
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Great. Gazela has always fascinated me.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 01:58 AM   #2991
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Great. Gazela has always fascinated me.
Great to hear that, thank you! You have great motorways in Slovenia!
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Old November 12th, 2011, 02:15 AM   #2992
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I remember some old books... Even black&white pics of Gazela totally amazed me.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 04:53 AM   #2993
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From tomorrow, the first section of the highway Vrbnica - Merdare in Kosovo
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The first section of the highway Vrbnica - Merdare in part from Suva Reka Vrbnica to a length of 38 kilometers will be opened to traffic tomorrow.

It was announced that the opening of the present "Prime Minister" of Kosovo Hashim Thaci and Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha. I

I started building the highway a little over a year and works were completed on time. The entire highway project is 117 kilometers long and is estimated to cost between 700 and 800 million euros. According to the project highway passes through eight municipalities and asphalt will be covered 1062 hectares of land. Part of the highway which will be released tomorrow for traffic connecting Prizren and Suva Reka. According to approximate estimates, up to now is to build a highway invested about 250 million euros. The draft Budget for 2012.
year for highway construction is planned 290 million euros, of which 240 for the construction of highways and 50 million for the expropriation of land.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 02:31 PM   #2994
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I remember some old books... Even black&white pics of Gazela totally amazed me.
Almost every bridge is Belgrade was the first in the world to have something that has never been done before and that's why they were always in the center of the attention.

The new Ada bridge will be the largest single-pylon bridge ever made and also one of the best and most modern bridges in the world.

If you visit Belgrade, you won't be able to miss it because it's 200m tall. It's really fascinating especially if you see it in real life and not only on the pictures.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 07:31 PM   #2995
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Without a lot of pomp, an impressive 38km section of motorway opened today in the southern province of Kosovo & Metohija, near the Albanian border...


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Old November 12th, 2011, 07:45 PM   #2996
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why do you use Croatian styled signs there, unlike in rest of country?
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It depends on who are you addressing by this "you" in your question
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Old November 12th, 2011, 07:52 PM   #2998
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We like to mix it up
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why do you use Croatian styled signs there, unlike in rest of country?
the difference is minor.
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We like to mix it up
i like when people understand ironic humour
well, nothing much to say, it looks really good.

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the difference is minor.
it is not. there are no similarities at all.
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