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Old June 9th, 2016, 10:34 AM   #6781
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The section between Čačak and Požega will be the hardest yet on A2.
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Old June 9th, 2016, 05:41 PM   #6782
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Hi guys,

are there any updates regarding A5 from Pojate to Preljina?
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Old June 10th, 2016, 03:15 AM   #6783
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The hardest section of the A2 will might be the Čačak-Užice section, and if decided to be extended to the Montenegrin border, this will be the hardest of all.....
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Old June 10th, 2016, 12:55 PM   #6784
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A2 is easiest in those first sections that are currently under construction that is sure. From the writings here and elsewhere I assume that there are no firm plans yet for A2 prolongation?
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Old June 10th, 2016, 02:40 PM   #6785
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There is no real need for extending A2 past Požega. The volume of traffic doesn't necessitate it. If the decision to do it is made it will probably be as an expressway (2+2 without hard shoulders, 100 km/h speed limit).
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Old June 10th, 2016, 02:41 PM   #6786
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Hi guys,

are there any updates regarding A5 from Pojate to Preljina?
Nothing new in a while.
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Old June 10th, 2016, 03:48 PM   #6787
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There is no real need for extending A2 past Požega. The volume of traffic doesn't necessitate it. If the decision to do it is made it will probably be as an expressway (2+2 without hard shoulders, 100 km/h speed limit).
On M23 between Čačak and Zlatibor (which is well after Užice) 2015 traffic count is higher than traffic count on whole A1 south of Niš:
http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/images/p..._rezultati.pdf
http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/images/p..._rezultati.pdf
There will be definitely increase in traffic toward south after completion of A2 until Čačak so I find curious that there are no plans for prolongation.
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Old June 11th, 2016, 07:47 PM   #6788
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Nice statistics keber , I cannot interprete though the following data. Aleksinac-Trupale generates approx. 15500 vehicles per day. Trupale-Nis south is 9500 whereas Trupale-Nis north comes at 12500 vehicles roughly speaking. I mean Trupale is the point where A1 heading north to Belgrade adds the traffic from A1 south of Nis both local (from Leskovac, Vranja etc.) and international (from Skopie, Solun etc.) and the one from A4 locally (from Pirot etc.) as well as internationally (from Sofia, Istanbul etc.). So where do the rest 6500 vehicles at the start of A4 come from? It seems very unlikely that this number, which is bigger than the daily mean amount at Preshevo border checkpoint, is generated by the cumulative traffic say from Prokuplje or Leskovac going either to Zajcar or Pirot. I am at a loss .

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Old June 11th, 2016, 09:38 PM   #6789
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A4 motorway, Dimitrovgrad - Nis

Be sure to watch it in 1080P, you can also slow it down to 1/4 speed if you watch via YouTube itself:

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Old June 11th, 2016, 09:44 PM   #6790
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Novi Sad's new road & rail Zezelj bridge, cables now being mounted...





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Old June 16th, 2016, 07:54 PM   #6791
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Interesting ... an old idea revived, intention is to connect Belgrade's Sava & Danube waterfronts with a new road tunnel beneath the city's downtown core:

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Belgrade's budget re-balance allocates funds for a tunnel under Terazija, tracks on the Ada bridge, renovation of markets...

Thursday, 06/16/2016|13:40 | Source: eKapija

At today`s session, Belgrade City Councilconfirmed a proposed decision on re-balancing the budget for 2016, which willnow be put before the City Assembly on 22 June. Mayor Siniša Mali said thatthis is just a continued consolidation of the public finances.

“This re-balance of the city budget isabove all the result of increased revenues of about 9.9 billion dinars abovethe planned level”, said Mali. “This shows increased commercial activity inBelgrade, as a good environment for investment and business development.”

Belgrade`s mayor declared that it frees upfunds to pay for some important projects for the capital.

“With this re-balance we have allocatedfunds for some important projects that have been on hold for decades, like thereconstruction of Bezistan undergroundpedestrian passage and the connection to Nušićeva street, and building a tunnelbetween the banks of the Sava and Danube, an idea that has been around for over70 years.

“It has also allowed us to make thedetailed regulatory plan and technical documentation for the Ušće park, which will be modelled on GorkiPark in Moscow. Funds have also been set aside for new bicycle tracks, forstarting a new Danube bridge at Ada Huja, rebuilding the town`s main trafficarteries, renovating the Ada Huja channel and, finally, building the tramtracks over the Ada bridge. All this would be impossible for the city tofinance without clever management and good housekeeping”, said the mayor.

Siniša Mali added that funds had also beenearmarked for complete reconstruction of four marketplaces in the central citymunicipalities: the Kalenić, Senjak,Skadarlija and Palilula markets, but also for tidying up the others. He alsomentioned that the re-balance will pay for replacing the underground rubbishcontainers that have long been a problem for the citizens of Belgrade.

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Another SAT patrol, this time to some other Greek resort towns/beaches via FYROM's Lake Dojran region - really pretty

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These journeys are very informative .
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Next episode will be about Bulgaria

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We found out the price for the soon to be signed ~18km section of Belgrade-Bar motorway, between Surcin & Obrenovac with a new bridge across Sava river - 210 million euros. More details to emerge during Chinese PM's visit to Serbia this weekend.
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Old June 17th, 2016, 05:41 AM   #6795
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This show is really good, but i wish i could understand it in whole (i don't know Serbian, except for a couple numbers and other random words and phrases). Anyway, judging from the pictures, this must be very cool.
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Old June 17th, 2016, 12:42 PM   #6796
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Probably somebody from the Serbian section has contact to RTS? If so it would be great to suggest them to provide english subtitles for the show, at least on Youtube.
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We found out the price for the soon to be signed ~18km section of Belgrade-Bar motorway, between Surcin & Obrenovac with a new bridge across Sava river - 210 million euros. More details to emerge during Chinese PM's visit to Serbia this weekend.
Nice job has Mirko. Here are some recommended routes for his team which I think will be interesting to the audience:

1) Nis-Burgas-Sozopol-Lozenets-Sinemorets stopping at Plovdiv.

2) Nis-Varna-Golden Sands-Thracian cliffs-Kaliakra stopping at Veliko Turnovo.

And somebody tell Mirko to push the gas pedal a bit more, nobody is driving so slow on motorways . By the way the second car is too close to the first one, there should be a bigger gap between them.

Isn't 200M euro too much for 18km even with a bridge?

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Old June 17th, 2016, 09:58 PM   #6798
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it is never too much, having in mind how long is the list of parasites who feed on such spendings...
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Old June 18th, 2016, 01:44 AM   #6799
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Mirko should visit Ioannina or the island of Kerkyra sometime, both are great places with amazing scenery and easy access. Also, Thessaloniki, Athens or other places like Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia or even Romania or Hungary if possible. Anyway, it would've been awesome if Sat patrola had subtitles (at least on youtube) as previously mentioned.
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Old June 18th, 2016, 04:43 AM   #6800
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Preparations for the removal of the Bubanj Potok toll booth in progress – Putevi Srbije places a tender, value of construction work up to RSD 5 million

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Sunday, 06/12/2016|11:07 | Source: b92/Novosti

The enterprise Putevi Srbije has placed a call for public procurement for the project of tearing down of the Bubanj Potok toll booth and the establishment of the full profile of the highway. The estimated value of the construction work is up to RSD 5 million.

The public opening of bids will take place on June 13, and the decision on the awarding of the contract will be made within 10 days, reports Vecernje Novosti.

The reason for the carrying out of the project is the relocation of the toll booth next to the Vrcin hub, following the cancellation of the existing one in Bubanj Potok.

The transportation surface of the entire complex of the Bubanj Potok toll booth is made up of the asphalt highway of the maximum width of 55 meters and 1.2 kilometers in length. The selected contractor will need to remove the canopies over seven traffic islands, which protect the clients, the staff and the equipment, as well as the toll booths themselves, of which there are seven in each of the two locations with a 250 m distance between them. As well, the electrical, heating and air-conditioning installations need to be removed, as does the toll charging system. The relocation of the object to the spot selected by the investor is also planned.

The proposed solution for the temporary traffic signalization and equipment should provide an interrupted and safe flow of traffic at the construction site and guarantee full safety of traffic and workers.
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