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Old January 4th, 2012, 02:02 AM   #3241
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@Filipdr & CrazySerb: Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
Now it's very clear.
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Old January 4th, 2012, 06:39 AM   #3242
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Spectacular bridge! Why are the best Slovenian creations usually built abroad?
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Old January 4th, 2012, 09:37 AM   #3243
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I believe that UMP (Inner City-Center Bypass) and SMT (Outer Bypass) are more accurately shown at the map bellow.

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Old January 4th, 2012, 09:41 AM   #3244
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Old January 4th, 2012, 10:06 AM   #3245
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^So the route 22 from your last map will lead to Belgrade-MNE motorway (E-763)?
Well, a route 22 is an existing road that leads that way, but a new motorway bridge over Sava river will be built near the city of Obrenovac, and that will be new E-763 motorway road.
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Old January 4th, 2012, 10:23 AM   #3246
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Congrats for the traffic opening on this new & spectacular piece of infrastructure!
It will facilitate a great link between Novi Beograd (especially the office area) and the rest of the city.

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Old January 4th, 2012, 10:52 AM   #3247
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Are those parts of the "obilaznica" marked on this map already built and functional, or U/C?
If there was a short-cut where the name Rakovica is on the map, it would be quite easier to go through it even on existing infrastructure shown on this map, if these parts of the beltway are ready, than going through the center of the city...
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Old January 4th, 2012, 01:52 PM   #3248
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Spectacular bridge! Why are the best Slovenian creations usually built abroad?
Slovenian bridge designers at the "crime scene".

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Old January 4th, 2012, 02:01 PM   #3249
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^So the route 22 from your last map will lead to Belgrade-MNE motorway (E-763)?
Actually, E763 and 22 pretty much follow the same route.

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Spectacular bridge! Why are the best Slovenian creations usually built abroad?
Thanks, but I don't think that Ljubljana needs a bridge like this...


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Are those parts of the "obilaznica" marked on this map already built and functional, or U/C?
If there was a short-cut where the name Rakovica is on the map, it would be quite easier to go through it even on existing infrastructure shown on this map, if these parts of the beltway are ready, than going through the center of the city...
Much of the bypass marked on the map is functional, although, even with traffic jams, I think that it is much more interesting to go through a city center.

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Old January 4th, 2012, 04:29 PM   #3250
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I also must agree that the bridge is beautiful. I am following its construction from the beginning because I was attracted by that project when I first saw it
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Old January 4th, 2012, 05:48 PM   #3251
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... although, even with traffic jams, I think that it is much more interesting to go through a city center.
It is usually - but only if you go through that city for the first time. If you've been there several times (including once 4 days as a tourist especially there) it becomes boring and you try to find the fastest by-pass.
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Old January 4th, 2012, 06:03 PM   #3252
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I have seen the Bridge but its not really that special compared to the old Belgrade bridge. I understand that you are all enthuasts but the last 2 years I drove through the city, traffic was a total nightmare.... Btw... Why is there so much police presence, yet all they do is stand like robots,why not help out on the traffic situation?


PS. 4-5 years to build a bridge is a pretty long time. The government here in Kosovo is building a 120km motorway within a 3 year timescale. Belgrade must have suffered quite a lot economically throughout 4 years of rough traffic chaos.
1.stop coming here if you are going to insult,which you are by your nick already 2.if you really want to say something be constructive not a criticist,i doubt that you would say similar stuff about your beloved usa if this thing was built there 3.on this thread kosovo is serbia so since you think differently i advise you not to come here,because you are always trying to say differently sometimes directly,sometimes indirectly by saying how you guys would do it better,even do i doubt that there is 40 km of the highway you mentioned,same as the building in pristina where there were supposed to be vegetation on the roof,last time i checked there was nothing,except some mud slide falling in the construction site on a video that is posted there,i forgot the name... from now on only [ignore]shpirtkosova[/ignore]
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Old January 4th, 2012, 06:07 PM   #3253
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Last year has been pretty good as far as motorway construction in Serbia goes...about ~130km have been opened:

- 88km of Novi Sad-Horgos (HU border)
- 38km of Vrbnica - Suva Reka
- 2km new Beska bridge, Belgrade-Novi Sad motorway

This year, we can look forward to:

- completion of ~24km of Subotica bypass
- last remaining kilometers of Novi Sad bypass
- 10km full-profile Batajnica-Dobanovci section of Belgrade's motorway bypass
- 5km Orlovaca-Avalski put (Sector 5) of Belgrade's motorway bypass
- continuation of work on remaining ~15km of Kragujevac-Batocina expressway
- 8km section of motorway towards Macedonia
- 23km of Pirot East-Dimitrovgrad-border with Bulgaria motorway
- 12km Ub-Lajkovac, first full profile section of Belgrade-Bar (Corridor 11) motorway

If I have forgot something, feel free to add.

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Old January 4th, 2012, 06:09 PM   #3254
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Last year has been pretty good as far as motorway construction in Serbia goes...about ~130km have been opened:

- 88km of Novi Sad-Horgos (HU border)
- 38km of Vrbnica - Suva Reka
- 2km new Beska bridge, Belgrade-Novi Sad motorway

This year, we can look forward to:

- completion of ~24km of Subotica bypass
- last remaining kilometers of Novi Sad bypass
- 10km full-profile Batajnica-Dobanovci section of Belgrade's motorway bypass
- continuation of work on remaining ~15km of Kragujevac-Batocina expressway
- 8km section of motorway towards Macedonia
- 23km of Pirot East-Dimitrovgrad-border with Bulgaria motorway
- 12km Ub-Lajkovac, first full profile section of Belgrade-Bar (Corridor 11) motorway
Ziveli!
Sounds very good,keep it going
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Old January 4th, 2012, 06:21 PM   #3255
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Speaking of Belgrade's motorway bypass, yesterday Serbia's infrastructure minister paid a visit to the Sector 5 construction site...so, here are some photos:

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Belgrade, 3 January 2012. - Serbian Minister for infrastructure and Energy of the Republic of Serbia Milutin Mrkonjic today visited the works of the bypass around Belgrade, the Orlovaca to Straževica.

Mrkonjic during a tour of the construction of the bridge over the stream of Kiev said that the Belgrade bypass one of the biggest construction sites in Serbia and is a confirmation that the Serbian government that consistent implementation of projects outlined as the highest priority.

He expressed 'satisfaction due to the dynamics which are carried out works on the bypass, where recalled that on the

part of the Strazevica Orlovaca build three large bridge and that the quality of facilities that build our mostograditelji seen already this year.

The Minister said that last year completed construction of a new bridge over the Danube at Beska, 2.2 kilometers long, and are open to traffic restored "Gazelle" and the bridge over Ada in Belgrade.

According to him, during the construction of the railway bridge crossing the bridge near the railway Corridor 10, the new Zezelj bridge in Novi Sad and the bridge over the Danube between the fighters in Zemun and Belgrade.









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Old January 4th, 2012, 07:55 PM   #3256
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Last year has been pretty good as far as motorway construction in Serbia goes...about ~130km have been opened:

- 88km of Novi Sad-Horgos (HU border)
- 38km of Vrbnica - Suva Reka
- 2km new Beska bridge, Belgrade-Novi Sad motorway

This year, we can look forward to:

- completion of ~24km of Subotica bypass
- last remaining kilometers of Novi Sad bypass
- 10km full-profile Batajnica-Dobanovci section of Belgrade's motorway bypass
- 5km Orlovaca-Avalski put (Sector 5) of Belgrade's motorway bypass
- continuation of work on remaining ~15km of Kragujevac-Batocina expressway
- 8km section of motorway towards Macedonia
- 23km of Pirot East-Dimitrovgrad-border with Bulgaria motorway
- 12km Ub-Lajkovac, first full profile section of Belgrade-Bar (Corridor 11) motorway

If I have forgot something, feel free to add.
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- completion of ~24km of Subotica bypass - half profile of motorway
- 8km section of motorway towards Macedonia - plus section of 21 km from Macedonia to Levosoje, upgrading to full profile.
- 23km of Pirot East-Dimitrovgrad-border with Bulgaria motorway - without tunnels, so only section from Pirot east to Dimitrovgrad (14km) will be useful.
- 12km Ub-Lajkovac, first full profile section of Belgrade-Bar (Corridor 11) motorway - this section is under ? because of the Nibens group liquidation. and also this motorway without junction in UB won't be useful.

some politician announce starting of construction of motorway between corridors 10 and ''11'' from Pojate junction on 10 to Preljina junction on ''11''. Maybe the first section will be upgrading of Kruševac bypass to full profile with two junctions (12km). (http://www.dnevnik.rs/ekonomija/duli...gradjevinarima)
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Old January 4th, 2012, 08:35 PM   #3257
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I also must agree that the bridge is beautiful. I am following its construction from the beginning because I was attracted by that project when I first saw it


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It is usually - but only if you go through that city for the first time. If you've been there several times (including once 4 days as a tourist especially there) it becomes boring and you try to find the fastest by-pass.
In that case, yes, bypass is a better solution...
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Old January 4th, 2012, 10:08 PM   #3258
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Speaking of bridges, construction has just begun on the fourth phase of Novi Sad's new Europe boulevard - a 3km section that includes a 176m long bridge across Danuba-Tisa-Danube (DTD) channel as well as a connection with E-75 motorway.




Europe boulevard - earlier phase:



It's part of a new road network being built around Novi Sad (red-built, cyan-planned/UC, yellow-E75 motorway)
Two new Danube bridges will have to be built at a later stage.

[img]http://i33.************/34dq3bd.jpg[/img]

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Old January 4th, 2012, 11:53 PM   #3259
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As one bridge is completed, construction of another, Belgrade's 2nd Danube bridge, is rapidly advancing...

What you see here is a temporary structure that will be used by Chinese work crews to build a more permanent bridge, expected to open sometime in 2014:














Photos by Blagoje, beobuild.rs
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Old January 5th, 2012, 12:43 PM   #3260
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What you see here is a temporary structure that will be used by Chinese work crews to build a more permanent bridge, expected to open sometime in 2014:
What about ship traffic, where is routed?
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