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Old April 2nd, 2013, 05:50 AM   #4581
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So, from what I have read in the press lately it appears that the second carriage way of the Beograd ring road motorway will be completed before the 'last' section towards Bubanj Potok is even started. Is that right? I mean granted, those 'last' 7km or so has a few tunnels and viaducts to be built, but without this 'last' section the ring road is almost pointless because it does not offer a bypass. Shouldn't they complete this section even as a 'half motorway' first, before any other section is built?
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Old April 3rd, 2013, 08:26 AM   #4582
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I haven't seen anything in the media that would suggest that...nothing is yet for sure, the government is still negotiating with various firms and financiers about the bypass project:

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Monday, 04/01/2013|15:39 | Source: Tanjug

The Ministry of Transportation and the Koridori Srbije company are conducting intensive negotiations with a number of companies interested in completing the Belgrade bypass, people at Koridori Srbije told Tanjug news agency today.

Koridori Srbije expects a contractor to be selected soon. They are talking with companies from China, Czech Republic, Azerbaijan and Italy, and there is also an interested construction company from Palestine.

The plan is to finish the Belgrade bypass, which is an important part of the Road Corridor X, in a year and a half.

Contract will be given to the best bidder, which will have to do the job in the shortest time possible.

- Although the contract will be concluded for a period of two years, we will insist that the work be carried out in three shifts so it could be completed in a year and a half - people at Koridori Srbije pointed out.


With the completion of the Belgrade bypass and the Zemun-Borca Bridge on the Danube, all requirements for the relocation of transit traffic from Belgrade will be met.

The work on the bypass is financed by the European Investment Bank, while the investor is the public company Putevi Srbije.

Once completed, the Belgrade bypass will be about 47 kilometers long.
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Old April 3rd, 2013, 08:34 AM   #4583
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New expressway announced - sort of - what with just announced diversion of funds from a recently approved Russian billion dollar loan for modernization of Serbia's railways that would have included completion of work on long ago begun Valjevo-Loznica railway line towards the much more urgent work on railway Corridor 10 (Belgrade-Novi Sad railway section) , minister of regional development has announced something of a compensation plan - a new expressway to connect the city of Valjevo with Corridor 11 (Belgrade-Bar motorway) instead, something that local & regional politicians have been urging for years - the new link will be modelled on the currently U/C Kragujevac-Batocina expressway. No info about when the the project will start or how much will it cost.

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Old April 3rd, 2013, 08:46 AM   #4584
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Belgrade's new inner-city expressway is increasingly starting to take shape ... some fresh photos from the Yuri Gagarin interchange, part of the southern access infrastructure for the new Ada bridge:

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One of the most active construction sites is certainly the northern approaches to the new bridge over Ada. Intensive work is taking place in both directions, from the bridge towards the train station "Novi Beograd" and vice versa, from the station towards the bridge. The road structure closer to the railway line will be connected first, where only one hundred meters is left to complete until joining. Separate structure intended as rail corridor crossed the Yuri Gagarin street, while on the second road viaduct they are forming segments above the street. The construction of pillars for two ramps is also completed, where first will provide access to the bridge from the Antifasisticke borbe street and second exit from the bridge at the OTC.

New Belgrade's approach to the bridge consists of two elevated road structures with three lanes each, separated by a third corridor designed for rail transport. This rail corridor will sink to the ground at the Djordje Stanojevic street, while the structures holding road transport will reach ground farther away, before the intersection with the Red Army Boulevard. Including other section towards Tosin Bunar street, the total length of the access road is three kilometers and the elevated section will connect with other traffic through entry and exit ramps, while at-grade section will have classical 4-way intersections.

Works on bridging Yuri Gagarin street continue, so drivers currently use only one lane in each direction. Currently they are installing fittings in preparation for concreting the remaining fields of road structure over passing the Yuri Gagarin street. It is expected that by the end of April this section will be completed, when drivers will start using all six lanes again. Although planned for June of this year, the end of construction within Lot 2 phase will be postponed until the autumn.

The building site is divided into five sections and the total length of access from the train station to the bridge is 800 meters. The roads are built on 170 pillars, where all three structures are composed of 48 individual fields and small structures. Overall it takes about 25,000 cubic meters of concrete and 3,000 tons of reinforcement to build all of reinforced concrete structures. The total width of the road on the first kilometer after the bridge is 40 meters. After landing on the ground just before the Red Army Boulevard, the traffic on the remaining two kilometers is 43 meters wide, including both as in this pedestrian and bicycle paths. The roads are designed to take about 12,000 vehicles per hour, with speed limits, which will be provided to meet urban conditions.

Perhaps the greatest uncertainty is deadline for the section towards Tosin Bunar street, where the tender process haven’t yet started. The Land Development Agency voiced expectations that the tender for the contractor will be completed by the end of the year, and in accordance with the rules of the European Investment Bank, which finances this part of the Ada bridge project.






















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Old April 3rd, 2013, 08:52 AM   #4585
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Old April 3rd, 2013, 09:00 AM   #4586
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Quite an expensive & complicated project - by the time its completed, this 17km expressway will have cost well over a billion euros. For now, the emphasis has been on the Ada bridge and the New Belgrade side, with no word yet on when the next phase of the project, which includes a handful of tunnels, will begin. Actually, it may end up being postponed - to await better days.



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Belgrade (Old town) side:


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Old April 3rd, 2013, 07:17 PM   #4587
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any news about rehabilitation of old beska bridge and Novi sad bypass ?
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Old April 3rd, 2013, 10:54 PM   #4588
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Te rehabilitation of the bridge is ongoing, and the last stretch of the motorway near Novi Sad should be finished soon.
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Old April 5th, 2013, 09:16 PM   #4589
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i guess Corridor 10 ( Nis-Dimtrovgrad ) is finished around 2015-16 or ?
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Old April 5th, 2013, 11:42 PM   #4590
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i guess Corridor 10 ( Nis-Dimtrovgrad ) is finished around 2015-16 or ?
2016 is closer to reality, even that depends on many things (political willingness, funds, good contracts with building companies)
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Old April 8th, 2013, 01:35 AM   #4591
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Drive through Siceva gorge...



That would be this...

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Old April 8th, 2013, 10:36 PM   #4592
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(Re)construction of Novi Sad's landmark Zezelj bridge progressing well...

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Slike i komentari korisnika Mali Panta sa Rail Serbia foruma: http://railserbia.net/forum/viewtopi...=5769&start=20

Fotografije od 03.04.2013.

Betoniranje naglavne grede stuba broj 4.



Sastavljena konstrukcija sa Sremske strane.



Napreduje se ka stubu broj 2.



Sa Sremske strane je sastavljena konstrukcija u dužini od oko 150m.



Gradilište sa Bačke strane.



Sa Sremske strane su inženjeri proveravali da li je trenutno poslednji segment pravilno postavljen.



Gradilište sa Sremske strane.



Betoniranje naglavne grede i pobijanje šipova koji će biti pomoć pri montaži.



Pripreme na Bačkoj strani za sastavljanje konstrukcije.

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Old April 16th, 2013, 03:35 AM   #4593
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Court rules in favour of Serbia in dispute with Austria's Porr, Alpine - media

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15.4.2013 15:09:00 | Author/Source www.seenews.com

The International Court of Arbitration in Paris ruled in favour of Serbia in its dispute with a consortium of Austrian builders Alpine Mayreder and Porr AG, Belgrade-based media reported.
Hallelujah

This is by the way in regards to the failed Horgos-Pozega motorway concession contract.

There's still the small matter of new Beska bridge - Alpine is demanding more than double the contracted price - some ~100 million euros.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 12:57 PM   #4594
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I have a question. To continue construction work in the area of ​​Pirot - Dimitrovgrad?
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Old April 25th, 2013, 01:52 AM   #4595
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Latest map of Serbia's motorway/expressway network - showing sections that have either been built, are currently U/C, or planned (in various stages of preparation).

Its in Serbian but pretty self-explanatory:

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Old April 29th, 2013, 04:54 PM   #4596
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World Bank approved Serbia a $ 100 million Loan for the Roads
Monday, 04/29/2013|13:06 | Source: Tanjug

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Board of Executive Directors of the World Bank has granted Serbia a loan of 100 million dollars for the improvement of road infrastructure and road safety.

According to the press release of the World Bank, a better road network will improve the competitiveness of Serbia and provide to population easier and safer access to the workplace, markets and social services.

A new project for the rehabilitation of the road network and road safety will contribute to the financing of periodic maintenance and rehabilitation works, partial enlargement of asphalt, improving traffic signals and the reconstruction of road objects, as well as connecting roads for 35-40 sections, in a total length of 800-810 kilometers .

In addition, the project will provide signalization, traffic slow down measures and equipment for roads on an additional 1,000 kilometers of road network in the country, which will further increase the safety of roads in Serbia.

The project is designed to encourage the implementation of road maintenance management reforms.

This project, funded by the World Bank, is part of a broader effort by international financial institutions, including the European Investment Bank (EIB) and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), to assist Serbia in the implementation of the Rehabilitation Programme for the national road network, with the aim of improving the quality of and safety on the priority road routes, thus improving the connectivity of the entire road network.

The first phase of the program for the rehabilitation of the road network in Serbia, supported by the three international financial institutions, will cover about 1,100 kilometers.
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Old April 29th, 2013, 04:54 PM   #4597
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Ilic and 'Shandong Group' agreed on the details of the Contract for Construction of a part of the highway on Corridor 11
Monday, 04/29/2013|15:34 | Source: Tanjug

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Minister of Construction and Urban Planning, Velimir Ilic and representatives of the Chinese "Shandong Highspeed Group" agreed on the details of the signing of the contract for construction of part of the highway on Corridor 11, it was announced by the Ministry of Construction and Urban Planning.
This Chinese company is going to build a highway from Obrenovac to Ub and from Lajkovac to Ljig, and the Ministry and "Shandong Highspeed Group" signed a pre-contract at the end of last year.
On April, 25th, Ilic met with the governor of the Chinese province of Shandong, Zhang Chaochao, Ambassador of China in Belgrade Dzang Vansu and other representatives of Shandong and Chinese company.
Chinese Ambassador expressed his satisfaction with the dynamics of project preparations with the Ministry of Construction and Urban Planning and on that occasion he referred to the traditionally good relations of the two countries.
Chinese leadership pays great attention to Chinese-Serbian relations in the political, and economic spheres, "seeing Serbia as an important strategic partner of Eastern Europe," said Vansu, as it was stated in the release
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Old April 29th, 2013, 04:57 PM   #4598
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Northern branch of the new city expressway (SMT) taking shape:



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Old April 29th, 2013, 10:07 PM   #4599
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I can see this part of Belgrade developing rapidly once the new bridge is built. I think Belgrade has so much potential, as long as it's well planned. So many illegal objects have been built in Kotez/Krnjaca, what can only be referred to as urban clusterf*ck.

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Old April 29th, 2013, 10:32 PM   #4600
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I can see this part of Belgrade developing rapidly once the new bridge is built. I think Belgrade has so much potential, as long as it's well planned. So many illegal objects have been built in Kotez/Krnjaca, what can only be referred to as urban clusterf*ck.
But there are no real development plans for that part of newly claimed city land. Bunch of warehouses and small industrial compounds along the new road and near the bridge are most likely to be build, I'm afraid.
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