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Old May 18th, 2013, 01:40 PM   #4641
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Zemun Danube bridge progress

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Old May 18th, 2013, 08:01 PM   #4642
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Short clip from the future Nis-Dimitrovgrad motorway, Dimitrovgrad bypass section ... with cameras pointed at them, workers try to look busy

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Old May 18th, 2013, 08:04 PM   #4643
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One of the ministers toured the Ljig-Preljina section of "Corridor 11" motorway, where work is being carried out by AzVirt from Azerbaijan, along with local subcontractors:







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Old May 19th, 2013, 03:16 AM   #4644
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E763 Ljig-Boljkovci section

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Old May 19th, 2013, 01:50 PM   #4645
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Old May 19th, 2013, 08:58 PM   #4646
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Horgos border

This summer I will again drive from Hungary to serbia, sometimes there are many cars at Horgos border, I want to hear whether you can drive over Backi vinogradi border and how is the road to the highway again.
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Old May 19th, 2013, 09:42 PM   #4647
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This summer I will again drive from Hungary to serbia, sometimes there are many cars at Horgos border, I want to hear whether you can drive over Backi vinogradi border and how is the road to the highway again.
Keep in mind it's open only from 7-19 and that you need to be an EU (et al ie. Norway) citizen.

You can see the road in Hungary on street view, it seems decent, and in Serbia I think the road is new, at least what you can't see on Google Maps, and then the connection is here I am pretty certain http://goo.gl/maps/QPvMH

It seems the road is already on on http://www.openstreetmap.org/
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 01:42 AM   #4648
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The whole story with Belgrade's motorway bypass is once again on the front burner it seems - half a dozen companies that have so far "expressed interest" in financing & building the as of yet incomplete sections have now until June 14th to deliver their official offers to "Corridors Serbia" - they are Chinese Sinohydro, Czech Metrostav, two Italian firms and one Israeli.

It's estimated that some 250-300 million euros are still needed for work on remaning sections - expected to be completed in 18 months from the moment contracts are signed.

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Italian civil engineering firm Mondello is interested in a 300 million euro ($392.3 million) project for the construction of a bypass in Belgrade, the Serbian transport ministry said.

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Old May 24th, 2013, 08:49 PM   #4649
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North Belgrade tangent road

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Old May 26th, 2013, 02:51 AM   #4650
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From today's hot theme in Serbian newspaper Politika:
http://www.politika.rs/rubrike/Tema-...dor-10.sr.html

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Foreign carriers bypass the Corridor 10

Truckers due to delays at the border crossings and expensive costs decide for adjacent Corridor 4. The Customs Administration said the average stay in the truck entering Serbia is 85 minutes.


Because of our delay in the construction of Corridor 10 and the increasingly fierce competition, the international highway through Serbia linking Western Europe with the Middle East comes in danger of falling into the traffic obsolescence. Although it is the shortest road connection from Austria to Turkey, since Bulgaria and Romania joined the European Union in 2007, on Corridor 10 there is a drop in traffic of 35 per cent. Serbia's position could be in jeopardy by the competitive Corridor 4, because the lack of a bridge on the Danube River on the border between Bulgaria and Romania, near the town of Vidin, will be eliminated by the end of this month when the newly built bridge will be opened to traffic. Because the highway from Germany through Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria is free of border procedures, with one arm connected to Istanbul and the other to Thessaloniki, our country could have a serious problem.

Miodrag Icy (Poledica), State Secretary in the Ministry of Transport, is not afraid that the bridge will drag transit traffic from our roads, because the access infrastructure to the bridge is not built. In addition, Corridor 4 is not completed through Romania, and on the road from Sofia to Vidin bridge is in the rank of ordinary road. It is not competitive, as he says, because on it one travels 100 kilometers longer from Germany to Turkey.

-Where they're competitive is that there are no border crossings. The main reason is that the drivers who move from Turkey to the West have only one border checks, on entering Bulgaria, where they enter the EU. From there, via Romania, have a free pass to the final destination. On the other hand, if you choose to Corridor 10, from Bulgaria to the border with Serbia you have another check, and on the border with Croatia third check, and only after that in entering Slovenia they enter the EU - Icy (Poledica) says.

Carrier who travels to Greece is worth to bypass better infrastructure and a shorter route through Serbia and Macedonia via Bulgaria to reach its destination. Shortening the time spent at the border, it covers the cost of slightly longer times of driving.

Milan Kovacevic, a consultant for investment, assures us that our poor organization will cost us. If we have completed Corridor 10, before the Bulgarians finish bridge at Vidin, such as ministers promised - we could send a clear message to transit passengers and made them a habit to travel through our country. I tell you what, he says, now we will have to fight for every truck.

- Over Serbia is the shortest route from Central Europe to Asia, but not the cheapest. Different toll collection system in comparison to other European countries can confuse travelers, and there is more expensive for them to pay a toll per kilometer than to buy a vignette. So we have to be aligned with the rest of Europe. And we need to simplify administrative procedures. It is inconceivable that the trucks spend a lot of time at the border crossing. Anyone who crosses the border can notice that - said Kovacevic.

The Customs Administration said that the results of their measurements of the longest average time spent on entering our country in the first two months of this year, is 85 minutes. Similar retention time was observed during the whole of last year.

They state that the number of trucks on the busiest border crossings who remain longer than five hours is very small compared to the total number that appears at the entrance and exit from our country.

For example, they took the month of February 2013, in which on Horgos border crossing from 1,500 trucks entered the country only 30 remained there for more than five hours, while on Batrovci from nearly 1,900 only 29 trucks retained for more than five hours at the entrance to the land.

- In addition to customs officials at border crossings there are various inspection services (which are not part of the Customs, but under the jurisdiction of different ministries), without whose consent the goods can not enter the territory of the Republic of Serbia. These services do not have a 24-hour duty as customs officials, and drivers are forced to wait for officials to obtain necessary permits - an indication is made in the Customs. They emphasize that the officer must have the written approval of the competent inspectors who guarantee that it is correct to allow the goods to keep traveling farther.

Customs procedures, if complete, should be made immediately and be very short.

-Retention of these vehicles, therefore, has all sorts of reasons that did not correlate with the work of customs services (documentation is not complete, awaiting approval by a competent inspection, vehicle defect, driver vacation, etc.), said the people in the Customs Administration.

Exactly how much the truck passes through Serbia is difficult to determine, since the data from all institutions that have contact with them are different. Administration of Customs and the Bureau of Statistics recorded a rise in the number of vehicles that transit on our roads lately.

According to the Institute of Statistics, the number of trucks who transit Serbia is dropped with admission of Bulgaria and Romania to the European Union. Austria, Germany and Bulgaria have halved the number of passes through Serbia. The Greeks also used less Corridor 10. Number of trucks with license plates of those countries has been steadily declining, but the real concern is also decline of Turkish trucks. All this indicates that they go to an alternative route.

But when looking at the total sum of all cargo vessels transiting the 2012th year, he was increased by 5.8 percent from the previous year, but lower than it was prior to the accession of Bulgaria and Romania to the EU.

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Old May 26th, 2013, 11:56 AM   #4651
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Trucks are limited to 80 - 90 km/h. Which means a motorway doesn't give them the speed advantage like private cars have. Although a motorway is faster than a regular two-lane road that may go through towns, for trucks the advantage is more limited.

I think the key is to reduce border waiting times. Although an hour waiting time may not seem like a whole lot, on a transit trip through Serbia, this means a truck could drive an additional 150 - 160 kilometers in the same time.
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Old May 28th, 2013, 03:17 PM   #4652
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Any new openings for south section of koridor 10 scheduled for this summer, from last summer?
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Old May 28th, 2013, 11:05 PM   #4653
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Any new openings for south section of koridor 10 scheduled for this summer, from last summer?
For 2013 only small section near Vranje, 8 km.
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Old May 29th, 2013, 01:03 AM   #4654
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Koridori Srbije invites bids for supervision of Ljig-Pozega motorway sections

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Serbian state-owned motorway company Koridori Srbije invited bids on Monday for the contract to supervise the construction of three sections of Ljig-Pozega motorway in the Eastern European country, the company said.

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Old May 30th, 2013, 10:41 AM   #4655
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Several selected pics from Nish-Bulgarian border motorway, taken by djikata:












btw, the contract with Alpine was terminated, wasn't it?
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Old May 30th, 2013, 01:11 PM   #4656
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thanks for these photos.

the first photo you posted is from next to village of Crvena Reka where motorway passes over current road. that location is progressing pretty good overall.

other photos are from Pirot East to Dimitrovgrad and the border. now, whenever I was passing there in the last month or two (I passed several times), there wasn't a single worker on the whole stretch that I could observe (and when you ride on a motorbike, you do observe them better than if you were sitting in a car). pic that is 3rd from the bottom is showing construction of the bridge over motorway that will be used to access Gradishte village. according to some locals from that village, machines are parked there since early April, and since then, not a single worker appeared on the site.
I guess someone else more familiar with current situation with Alpina could give better answer to your question.
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Old May 30th, 2013, 01:31 PM   #4657
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But for the first photo, their deadline was this april, so something hapened there.
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Old May 30th, 2013, 04:15 PM   #4658
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I have no idea about that particular bridge, but from the first hand source, knowing land ex-owner personally, expropriation on this lot was finally ended only about a month ago (mid-April, to say more precise), so we can only guess if that had any impact to deadlines.
I think I posted details about that expropriation issue, but can't dig out that post for some reason (SSC search is somehow bugging)
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Old May 30th, 2013, 05:53 PM   #4659
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Alpine has huge financial problems (including their Spanish owner). They have troubles also in Poland.

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Alpine Baus’ serious troubles


Polish embassy in Vienna has addressed a memo to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and GDDKiA, in which, invoking on Austrian press, it informs about Alpine Baus’ hard financial situation. Alpine Bau is constructing two roads in Poland, and it withdrawn from constructing a bridge on A1 road a few days ago.
http://www.euroinfrastructure.eu/en/...ty-alpine-bau/
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Old May 30th, 2013, 07:26 PM   #4660
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EIB mulls 100 mln euro loan for road co Putevi Srbije

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) said it is considering lending some 100 million euro ($129.4 million) to Serbian state-owned road construction and maintenance company Putevi Srbije for a road rehabilitation and safety project.
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