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Old October 19th, 2009, 12:09 PM   #661
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I'm still wondering about the numbering of motorways. According to Marcel Monterie A-numbers were "probably" introduced in 2009. He's the guy you need to consult if you want to know anything about any road numbering system in the world.

However, I have a 2008 traffic count report that still uses the M-numbering system, including fractions, I believe that was the old Yugoslav numbering (which, I believe, is still used in Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina too). Another map I found on the internet (putevi-srbije.rs) shows E-numbers only. The E-numbers are primarily signed, as far as I know, but they might introduce A-numbers on new signs from now on.

A1 = HR - Beograd - Niš - MK
A2 = H - Subotica - Novi Sad - Beograd
A3 = Niš - BG

I also wonder which number the Beograd bypass will get.
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M is sign for magistrala, normal highway, it has nothing to do with motorways.
In YU motorways had name after the town they were connecting Zagreb-Beograd, Beograd-Nis etc.
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Old October 19th, 2009, 03:05 PM   #663
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this PDF shows M-numbers for motorways.
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Old October 19th, 2009, 05:38 PM   #664
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"0" could be the number for Belgrade bypass, like in Hungary.
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Old October 19th, 2009, 05:43 PM   #665
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old designations for highway stayed
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Old October 23rd, 2009, 06:41 PM   #666
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Some latest photos of Horgos (Hungarian border) - Novi Sad section. These two, ten-kilometer stretches are due to be completed by November 29th.





























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Old October 23rd, 2009, 07:39 PM   #668
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Good progress over there.
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Old October 23rd, 2009, 07:40 PM   #669
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1945: The Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia is declared.

This seems to be an easy job. There isn't much there in Vojvodina, and space for 2x2 seems to be reserved from the beginning. Most cities and towns are bypassed from a distance, except for the northern edges of Novi Sad. If I remember correctly, the existing 2x2 section starts from Novi Sad southbound towards Beograd.
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1945: The Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia is declared.

This seems to be an easy job. There isn't much there in Vojvodina, and space for 2x2 seems to be reserved from the beginning. Most cities and towns are bypassed from a distance, except for the northern edges of Novi Sad. If I remember correctly, the existing 2x2 section starts from Novi Sad southbound towards Beograd.
i think somebody recently told me that 2+2 starts just north of Novi Sad and goes in direction Beograd.

btw, did you google 29th Nov. or you knew for it?
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Old October 23rd, 2009, 08:28 PM   #673
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All the recent motorway opening had such "glorious" dates - i'm guessing, thanks to the current Serbia's Minister of Infrastructure, Milutin Mrkonjic

One of our forumers, Bojan , photographed him at the recently held opening ceremony of Bar-Boljari-Belgrade motorway:

[img]http://i38.************/3357ama.jpg[/img]

Notice how everybody else is wearing a suit with a tie.
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btw, did you google 29th Nov. or you knew for it?
I had a feeling about it, but I wikipedia-ed it to be sure
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23 October 2009 | 15:20 | Source: Beta, Tanjug

LUXEMBOURG -- PM Mirko Cvetković and President of European Investment Bank (EIB) Philippe Maystadt have signed a financing agreement for the construction of Corridor 10.

The signing of the EUR 384mn agreement completes the financing for the completion of the southern section of Corridor 10, the busiest highway route through Serbia, connecting central Europe with Greece and Asia.

The agreement covers the 75 km section of road from Grabovnica to Levosoje.

Announcing the agreement, the prime minister added that Maystadt had pledged that the EIB would also finance the section of Corridor 10 from Niš to the Bulgarian border.

The president of the EIB stressed the importance of financing infrastructural projects in Serbia, adding that he completely agreed with Cvetković on the importance of giving loans to Serbian small and medium-size enterprises and supporting big foreign investments, all of which provided new jobs.

Cvetković said that the upcoming opening of the EIB branch office in Belgrade should widen and strengthen the already good cooperation between EIB and the government.

Maystadt said that Corridor 10 was a major European project designed to connect EU members with the countries of the Western Balkans, who aspired to EU membership.

Cvetković and Maystadt stressed that the EIB was determined to support Serbia’s economic recovery and help it progress towards the EU.
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in short this EIB credit will be used to complete 75 km of E75 mwy, and after the job got done there will be full mwy E75 south of Belgrade to Macedonian border (hs+2) x (2+hs)
no dates are annonced

in other news it was announced completion of mwy from Hungarian border to Bulgarian border (E75-E80) by spring 2012

(the next Serbian election are scheduled for 2012, so I guess the government will be pushing to meet the deadline)



20 km Presevo - Levosoje were finished this year
and 2 x 10 km sections (between Subotica - Novi Sad) are to be completed by 29.11.2009
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Old October 26th, 2009, 03:02 AM   #677
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At least Serbs do not wait on EU integrations and other crap to develop their infrastracture and their country. I am glad to see that Serbia is moving forward so fast. Great job neighbours!
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true. Serbia has big potential as a transit country. If You have good infrastructure You can get profits
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Old October 27th, 2009, 01:31 AM   #679
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true. Serbia has big potential as a transit country. If You have good infrastructure You can get profits
We have bad infrastructure but we already charge many $$$ for transit thanks to the fact that there is hardly any alternative. The only worse rip-off is Slovenia that charges even more $$$ for a tiny stretch you have to pass when you go from Italy or Austria to Croatia and half of it is 1x1.
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Old October 27th, 2009, 03:49 AM   #680
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Photo update from what is to me the most important section of road currently under construction in Serbia - the ~26km stretch will connect Serbia's fifth largest city & center of auto-industry (Italy's FIAT and Serbia's Government, among others, will invest well over one billion euros into auto manufacturing sector over next few years) of Kragujevac with Corridor X (Belgrade-Nis motorway)

Five kilometers of full profile motorway have already been completed, another five kilometers are being finished right now while the last 15km should be complete by the end of next year.

[img]http://i25.************/119ne9x.jpg[/img]


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