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Old January 1st, 2017, 06:43 PM   #7221
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Subotica bypass is u/c also. Please put it in. Happy New year guys.
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Old January 2nd, 2017, 03:55 PM   #7222
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What about Bujanovac bypass, when is going to be completed?
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Old January 2nd, 2017, 05:42 PM   #7223
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Pirot bypasss, 31 12 2016

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Old January 2nd, 2017, 06:04 PM   #7224
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this is Sentinel satellite imagery in Google Earth. It is available across the entire world for every year since the 1980s. It's nice to track development of motorways, other infrastructure and city expansion.

But note that the exact date is not known, the images are composed of millions of images taken across a single year. While it is dated 12/2016, it could well (and very likely) be taken in another season. There isn't much high quality satellite imagery in the Northern Hemisphere in December, the shadows are too long and it is often cloudy or snow-covered.
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Old January 2nd, 2017, 06:48 PM   #7225
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this is Sentinel satellite imagery in Google Earth. It is available across the entire world for every year since the 1980s. It's nice to track development of motorways, other infrastructure and city expansion.

But note that the exact date is not known, the images are composed of millions of images taken across a single year. While it is dated 12/2016, it could well (and very likely) be taken in another season. There isn't much high quality satellite imagery in the Northern Hemisphere in December, the shadows are too long and it is often cloudy or snow-covered.
Not this season though. Pirot bypass, 2.1.2017:

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Old January 2nd, 2017, 07:21 PM   #7226
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Not this season though. Pirot bypass, 2.1.2017:
Where you can find today's satellite images?
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Old January 2nd, 2017, 11:23 PM   #7227
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Where you can find today's satellite images?
Sentinel-2 satellites from the ESA's Copernicus Programme.
https://scihub.copernicus.eu/dhus/#/home
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Old January 4th, 2017, 05:31 AM   #7228
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Ski season has begun... SAT patrol to Stara Planina, one of the newest ski resorts in eastern Serbia:

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Old January 4th, 2017, 03:39 PM   #7229
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Purchase of land for Fruska Gora corridor soon – Route worth around EUR 400 million
Wednesday, 01/04/2017|11:31 | Source: Politika

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The Government of Serbia will start buying land and resolving property issues on the Fruska Gora corridor route in January, says the president of the Provincial Government, Igor Mirovic.

– The purchase of land on the route through Novi Sad is a bit late. It’s the route from Miseluk, through Petrovaradin, to the Zezelj bridge. I expect that the procedure regarding urban planning solutions on the route will speed up and for the conceptual design to be prepared afterwards – he says.

As he adds, everything else regarding the project documentation is already prepared.

– It’s now up to the Government of Serbia and the Ministry of Construction and Transport to find a partner for the job in agreement with potential contractors, through a credit or a concession, in agreement with the Provincial Government – Mirovic emphasized, as reported by Novi Sad’s Dnevnik.

The Fruska Gora corridor has been made one of the priority routes of the Provincial Government due to its importance, and the estimated investment value is around EUR 400 million.

The corridor will stretch from the Kacka interchange on the Novi Sad-Zrenjanin road and cross the E-75 highway at the Minut gas station. The route further leads towards the Danube, across Fruska Gora, to the Belgrade-Zagreb highway. It will cross into Srem through the bridge to be built there and will further go from the church in Petrovaradin (Tekija) towards Bukovac at the foot of Fruska Gora through a 3,470 m tunnel.

The tunnel leads towards the interchange to Vrdnik and continues towards Ruma, where a bypass route is being built. The section is 37 m long and does not belong in the category of highways, but high speed routes instead, because it doesn’t have emergency lanes, even though it will have two times two lanes wide 3.5 meters each.

Mirovic says that those who criticize the project as economically unjustified haven’t made good calculations and that the job is cost-effective from the angle of calculations of potential investors in the construction of the road regarding the returns on the money invested.

– The job is cost-effective, as the tunnel entrance fees on both sides, along with new traffic being expected, will allow us to return the invested money in 25 to 30 years. A simple look at the Roads of Serbia website shows that there are 11 to 12 thousand vehicles a day on the route, of which 700 freight vehicles – Mirovic says.

As he says, compared to average prices in the region the fees for a tunnel of that size easily show that the job is cost-effective.

Igor Mirovic points out that another important project for Vojvodina is the construction of the Belgrade-Budapest railroad, which is being realized though the Government of Serbia.

– This might be the most important job in the modern history of Vojvodina, which I’m calling the “Railroad through Vojvodina”. By the way, I also gave the name of “Fruska Gora Corridor” to the corridor on the Novi Sad-Ruma route – Mirovic adds.

According to him, these are big projects and can’t be completed overnight. They require great preparations, bringing together urban planners, designers, using modern technologies…

– The railroad route, for example, requires the technology allowing for trains to run at 200 km/h, which no company in Serbia is fully capable of providing, so we will have to lean on modern technological systems from abroad, and they will also serve as learning tools for us to be able to produce and implement such technological systems in the future – Mirovic concluded.

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Old January 5th, 2017, 03:36 PM   #7230
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Next summer.
Summer 2017 or summer 2018?
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Old January 5th, 2017, 03:37 PM   #7231
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Summer 2017 or summer 2018?


Summer 2017.
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Old January 5th, 2017, 08:13 PM   #7232
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Not this season though. Pirot bypass, 2.1.2017:

Is there a tunnel where the bypass connects with the rest of the road to the north?
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Old January 5th, 2017, 10:35 PM   #7233
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According to Openstreetmap, yes, see http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/292...3.1593/22.5709
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Old January 5th, 2017, 10:58 PM   #7234
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Is there a tunnel where the bypass connects with the rest of the road to the north?
There is, you can see the entrance of one of them on Google Earth and there was video footage from the road a couple of weeks ago in this thread, where the tunnels can be seen, if I'm not mistaken.
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Old January 6th, 2017, 04:39 AM   #7235
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Summer 2017.
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Old January 6th, 2017, 12:56 PM   #7236
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There is, you can see the entrance of one of them on Google Earth and there was video footage from the road a couple of weeks ago in this thread, where the tunnels can be seen, if I'm not mistaken.
Thanks for your reply fellow!
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Old January 6th, 2017, 01:42 PM   #7237
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Nis-Pristina project soon....


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Serbia gets exit to Albanian port – Nis-Merdare-Pristina highway project to be completed by May 2017

Friday, 01/06/2017|09:07 | Source: Tanjug

Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic stated that the Nis-Merdare-Pristina highway project would be completed shortly.

She pointed out that the section in question was very important, as it would provide an exit to another Adriatic port – Durres in Albania.

It’s a part of a regional highway connecting Serbia with Tirana and the Adriatic Sea.

– This road is a priority for the European Union and is a part of the European transport network. According to all projections, the Albanian port has a better location than the Montenegrin one, which is important for us – Mihajlovic said for Politika.

– Together with the EU and the Western Balkans Fund, we are preparing the project-technical documentation, which should be completed between April and May – the minister said.

According to her, there have been negotiations with international institutions about the manner of financing the project, since Serbia is unable to pay for it on its own.

As she explained, a half-profile will most probably be built initially, costing around EUR 500 million, and the job will be put in charge of a private investor, which will get a guarantee, on behalf of Serbia, from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank.

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Old January 6th, 2017, 02:35 PM   #7238
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@CrazySerb: It says that a half-profile highway will be built, is that a dual carriageway without shoulders or a single-carriageway with shoulders? I have trouble deciphering that word, it could mean a single carriageway with 3 to 4 lanes.
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Old January 6th, 2017, 02:52 PM   #7239
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This article was reported a couple of days ago. The article is misleading, we're not talking for a Nis - Prishtina project here, rather Nis - Merdare (border with Kosovo), about 80 km long. Kosovo has already finished the feasibility study for the continuation of R7. R7 will continue from Prishtina North interchange to the border with Serbia. 27 km, 4 lanes motorway which is projected to cost 127 milion EUR.

It seems to me that 500 milion EUR for basically an 80 km expressway (1+1) is too much, considering the terrain is practically flat up to Rudare. Only about 20 km would be on mountainous terrain.

Why do they keep calling it a 'half-profile' motorway an 1+1 expressway?
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Old January 7th, 2017, 01:29 AM   #7240
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Why do they keep calling it a 'half-profile' motorway an 1+1 expressway?
When you do it right, you can easily convert it to a full motorway. For example by making bridges over the expressway wide enough and leave enough space for the additional carriageway.

This makes sense when traffic amount currently won't be high enough for a full-profile motorway.
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