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Old May 2nd, 2012, 08:39 AM   #3701
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New connection between Pozeska street and Hippodrome interchange, part of the access road system for Belgrade's newest bridge, has been opened today...





















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Old May 2nd, 2012, 03:59 PM   #3702
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Section of Belgrade ring road to be opened for traffic

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Belgrade, 2 May 2012 – Minister of Infrastructure and Energy Milutin Mrkonjic said today that the section of Corridor 10 on the Belgrade ring road, from Batajnica to Dobanovci and from Orlovaca interchange to the tunnel Strazevica will be opened for traffic on 3 May, which will enable the relocation of heavy traffic outside the city centre.

Upon his latest visit to the final construction works, Mrkonjic said that this is one of the most difficult to build facilities on Corridor 10.

Serbia and Belgrade have invested great effort to bring this ring road into operation and as of tomorrow it will serve the citizens of this country and especially of the capital, Mrkonjic underlined.

He added that the entire traffic that now burdens the capital of Serbia will go that way, from Batajnica interchange to Belgrade-Zagreb motorway and towards Nis.
The Minister expressed his gratitude to the city authorities for assistance in the termination of this big project.

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Old May 2nd, 2012, 07:12 PM   #3703
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what is the situation in order to go from Novi Sad to Nis ? is it worth to take the unfinished bypass or should i take the old route into the city ?

I am traveling this summer
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 09:35 PM   #3704
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Zagreb is present there unlike Beograd in Zagreb. However, there is present inconsistency - somewhere they sign Sid, and on some new signs Sremska Mitrovica.
Eh, I kinda expected that...
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 09:58 PM   #3705
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Eh, I kinda expected that...
you mean the BG-ZG thing? well i must say that i would like to see on confirmation direction signs Beograd all way down the A3. it would make sense.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 10:23 PM   #3706
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I still remember "Beograd 400 km" sign on Zagreb bypass. Long time ago ...
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 10:36 PM   #3707
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Lipovac (end of motorway in Croatia) is more often listed on signs in Croatia instead of Belgrade. So, Šid in Serbia is analogy to that, I suppose.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 11:19 PM   #3708
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Zagreb is present there
I know there're a few signs for Zagreb around Belgrade, but not in the main junction (E70×E75). At least it's straight forward, so you don't have to turn off for Zagreb.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 11:31 PM   #3709
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Lipovac (end of motorway in Croatia) is more often listed on signs in Croatia instead of Belgrade. So, Šid in Serbia is analogy to that, I suppose.
no. Lipovac is signed occasionaly out of motorway (the most often as "motorway Zagreb - Lipovac"), you are not going to find it on A3. there are precise ways of towns signed on direction signs along the motorways. so after microregional center Slavonski Brod there are signs to Županja (as the only remaining city along A3) and Beograd (as large international destination). i am too lazy to search it in traffic law now. border crossing is signed only approaching the last exit before it.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 11:42 PM   #3710
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what is the situation in order to go from Novi Sad to Nis ? is it worth to take the unfinished bypass or should i take the old route into the city ?

I am traveling this summer
It's you choice. By taking the "old route" as you call it you'll always use motorways, but don't get surprised if you end up in a huge traffic jam while passing though Belgrade. On the other hand, taking the bypass would be more logical, but since it's not finished yet most of it still won't be a motorway. If I were you I would go through the city, as I always say, it makes the travel much more interesting.

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you mean the BG-ZG thing? well i must say that i would like to see on confirmation direction signs Beograd all way down the A3. it would make sense.
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Lipovac (end of motorway in Croatia) is more often listed on signs in Croatia instead of Belgrade. So, Šid in Serbia is analogy to that, I suppose.

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no. Lipovac is signed occasionaly out of motorway (the most often as "motorway Zagreb - Lipovac"), you are not going to find it on A3. there are precise ways of towns signed on direction signs along the motorways. so after microregional center Slavonski Brod there are signs to Županja (as the only remaining city along A3) and Beograd (as large international destination). i am too lazy to search it in traffic law now. border crossing is signed only approaching the last exit before it.

I often travel through Croatia (on an E70/A3 motorway), and what I've noticed is that there is not a single "Beograd" sign all the way down to the Slavionia region. Then, from Slavonia to Serbia there are tons of BG signs, but I don't see the point in that. It would be much better if they arranged those signs in Slavonia throughout Croatia instead of putting 100 of them right before the border...

P.S: Almost (if not all) of Šid signs in Belgrade and Serbia overall were Zagreb signs during the time of Yugoslavia. Anyways, I hope that they will add more Zagreb signs soon, at least in Belgrade, or maybe just change/rename some of the current Šid signs to Zagreb signs, something like that. I would also like to see Ljubljana sign on a motorway (E70), maybe just before the Croatian border.

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Old May 3rd, 2012, 02:15 AM   #3711
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Then, from Slavonia to Serbia there are tons of BG signs, but I don't see the point in that. It would be much better if they arranged those signs in Slavonia throughout Croatia instead of putting 100 of them right before the border...
That's just so Croatians know where not to go. It's like 100 warning signs when driving up the wrong way on the motorway junction.
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Old May 3rd, 2012, 02:30 AM   #3712
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At least you have a good sense of humor, I'll give you that...

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Old May 3rd, 2012, 02:44 AM   #3713
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Some more photos of the motorway bypass , which opens tomorrow morning ... I'm guessing some work will continue well into June though they are rushing to "open" it ahead of the upcoming elections.




















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I often travel through Croatia (on an E70/A3 motorway), and what I've noticed is that there is not a single "Beograd" sign all the way down to the Slavionia region. Then, from Slavonia to Serbia there are tons of BG signs, but I don't see the point in that. It would be much better if they arranged those signs in Slavonia throughout Croatia instead of putting 100 of them right before the border....
As I've said Beograd signs start after Slavonski Brod. They appear of the same places as Slavonski Brod up to that place, as the main direction.
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Yes, but it would be nice if they spread BG signs all the way down the E70/A3, that's what I wanted to say...
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question 1

what is the situation in order to go from Novi Sad to Nis ? is it worth to take the unfinished bypass or should i take the old route into the city ?

I am traveling this summer

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It's you choice. By taking the "old route" as you call it you'll always use motorways, but don't get surprised if you end up in a huge traffic jam while passing though Belgrade. On the other hand, taking the bypass would be more logical, but since it's not finished yet most of it still won't be a motorway. If I were you I would go through the city, as I always say, it makes the travel much more interesting.

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But is it possible to drive through the bypass coming from Novi Sad to go to Nis ?

How much of the bypass is highway 2x2 profile and how much is 1x1 ?

What will you recommend me to do and when wil the bypass be finished until the junction of the highway linked to Nis ?


By the way, what is the status of the highway from Leskovac to mk border ?
When is the construction start and planned opening ?
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which day is the best in the summer season to go through serbia in order to avoid queues at the SRB borders in Horgos and Presevo ? will wedensday be good ? middle of the week.
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no. Lipovac is signed occasionaly out of motorway (the most often as "motorway Zagreb - Lipovac"), you are not going to find it on A3. there are precise ways of towns signed on direction signs along the motorways. so after microregional center Slavonski Brod there are signs to Županja (as the only remaining city along A3) and Beograd (as large international destination). i am too lazy to search it in traffic law now. border crossing is signed only approaching the last exit before it.
after war Croatia changed all signs containing Belgrade name and replaced Belgrade with Lipovac, than few years ago they've changed Lipovac with Slavonski Brod.
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As I've said Beograd signs start after Slavonski Brod. They appear of the same places as Slavonski Brod up to that place, as the main direction.
After finishing new mwy sections from Zupanja to Serbian border, they installed new signs with Belrade.
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Old May 4th, 2012, 11:54 AM   #3720
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But is it possible to drive through the bypass coming from Novi Sad to go to Nis?
No, because the last sector (sector 6) is still U/C... All vehicles passing through sector 5 will be redirected to Kruzni put which will later connect you with the E75 motorway towards Nis.

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How much of the bypass is highway 2x2 profile and how much is 1x1 ?


Sector 0 is a full profile motorway. Sectors 1-5 are a half profile motorway and sector 6 is U/C.

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What will you recommend me to do and when wil the bypass be finished until the junction of the highway linked to Nis ?
As I sad, it's your choice. Both solutions have their advantages and shortcomings. Currently, there are no official finishing dates for the bypass...

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By the way, what is the status of the highway from Leskovac to mk border ?
When is the construction start and planned opening ?
Just to make everything simple, that section of E75 is U/C, it won't be a motorway probably (this is just my guess) until 2015 or so.

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which day is the best in the summer season to go through serbia in order to avoid queues at the SRB borders in Horgos and Presevo ? will wedensday be good ? middle of the week.
Actually, no one knows that for sure. Long queues are usual at Horgos border crossing, especially during the summer season. That is the main reason of Y krak construction.

You can probably take some alternative routes to Kelebija or Djala to avoid Horgos and then later on connect to the Hungarian E75/M5... Look it up on Google Maps.

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