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Old March 8th, 2010, 09:01 PM   #801
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I know it's just a normal road now, but I've asked how it will be in the near future (2012-2013).
It will be motorway, but not in that near future. Probably not before 2015/16.
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Old March 9th, 2010, 04:59 PM   #802
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And what about the Nis-Dimitrovgrad motorway? Any news when the construction will start?
I thought this is the most important connection between the two countries, because it's part of a international transport corridor ......

The Paracin Vrska cuka motorway sounds a strange idea: it is not a major transport coridor and on the bulgarian side i've never heard plans for building a motorway in this direction ....... even a motorway from Sofia to Vidin (not far away from Vrska Cuka) isn't even planned yet ....

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New motorway announced - Paracin-Vrska Cuka on Bulgarian border, a little more than 80km in length. Its primary purpose will be to connect Corridor X with Corridor IV.

Construction should start early next year and be complete within three years.
Total cost: just over 200 million euros.

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Old March 9th, 2010, 05:28 PM   #803
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I think it will connect to that new 4-lane bridge they are building across de Danube river near Vidin. It would make a nice connections towards Craiova.
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Old March 9th, 2010, 05:59 PM   #804
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Old March 9th, 2010, 07:16 PM   #805
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what is the situation with progress of building motorways Niš - Dimitrovgrad and Kopašnica - Levosoje? are there any photos from building sites?
also, are they doing something on rebuilding old part of section Preševo - Levosoje?
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Old March 12th, 2010, 05:27 PM   #806
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Construction of the highway to Montenegro to begin soon

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12.3.2010 12:07:00 | Source/Author PressCut

The construction works on the first section of the highway Belgrade – Southern Adriatic should begin at the end of May 2010.

The first section to be built will be the 12.5km-long section between Ub and Lajkovac, financed with RSD 2 billion from Serbia’s State Budget. The project containing all necessary technical documentation has already been developed for the section; purchase of the land is currently under way.

The call for tenders will be sent out in April and the construction works should begin by the end of May. The section should be finished in two years.
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Old March 13th, 2010, 02:10 PM   #807
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I'm sorry if it was posted before, but is there some map of traffic density on the main Serbian roads?
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Old March 13th, 2010, 06:52 PM   #808
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Here is a map
http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/brojanje/Karta08.pdf

and a table
http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/brojanje/Tabela08eng.pdf
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Old March 15th, 2010, 04:06 AM   #809
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A 4-lane motorway through a 1.5-million city with a speed limit of 80 km/h.
I think going through Belgrade is similar to going through Stockholm.
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Old March 16th, 2010, 01:16 AM   #810
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what is the situation with progress of building motorways Niš - Dimitrovgrad and Kopašnica - Levosoje?

are there any photos from building sites?
also, are they doing something on rebuilding old part of section Preševo - Levosoje?
Serbian infrastructure Minister Milutin Mrkonjić said yesterday that
first works begin by the end of the month on the bypass motorway route around Dimitrovgrad.
And as well the works on the next motorway section between Horgos - Novi Sad.

on the internet website http://www.koridor10.rs you can find pictures and maps from building sites across koridor 10.
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Old March 16th, 2010, 02:54 AM   #811
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Serbia is one of the last countries in Europe - if not the last one - without the numeric national system (A1, A2 ...) for motorways
That's not true. Sweden and Denmark don't have any numeric national system (A1, A2 ...) for motorways. It's only E-numbers like in Serbia. If this working in Sweden i think it's working in Serbia too.
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Old March 20th, 2010, 06:07 PM   #812
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Serbian road signs end up as sizzling barbecues

hu Mar 18, 1:45 pm ET

BELGRADE (AFP) – Already rare, road signs are disappearing at an alarming rate in central Serbia where locals use them for grills, tools and roofing, the Beta newsagency said Thursday.



On a roughly 100-kilometre (60-mile) road between Cacak and Valjevo, about 150 signs have disappeared in the past three years, local official Jovina Carevic told Beta.

In the Gornji Milanovac sector, more than 100 roadsigns were taken in 2009, he added.

The poles the signs are mounted on are used to make gates and doorways while the signs themselves are transformed into barbecues or used for roofing.

Local authorities said they are trying to come up with ways to stop the theft which weighs heavily on the municipal budget.
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Old March 20th, 2010, 07:14 PM   #813
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That's not true. Sweden and Denmark don't have any numeric national system (A1, A2 ...) for motorways. It's only E-numbers like in Serbia. If this working in Sweden i think it's working in Serbia too.
In DK, we just say,"Helsingør"-motorway or "Køge-bugt"-motorway.....In my opinon nummeric signs would be easier....maybe
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Old March 21st, 2010, 02:33 AM   #814
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In DK, we just say,"Helsingør"-motorway or "Køge-bugt"-motorway.....In my opinon nummeric signs would be easier....maybe


The names you have at the motorways I Denmark are similar to the names on the motorways we have in Sweden. We have a lot of names on them here. Examples of that is Uppsalavägen, Vätternleden and Essingeleden. If I try to translate that names it would be something like Uppsala-motorway, Vättern-motorway and outer Essinge-motorway or something like that. But all those names are not at the sings, and it’s the same in Denmark too, you don’t have your names at the signs, only E-numbers like we have here in Sweden.

Back to Serbia again. There are no A-numbers or M-numbers in Serbia. But it would be easy if they are interesting to have national motorway numbers on them and not only E-numbers. But at the signs there are only E-numbers like Sweden and Denmark. Maybe they never going to have any national motorway numbers in Serbia. But if it works with only E-numbers in Sweden and Denmark it can works in Serbia too.
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Old March 21st, 2010, 11:08 AM   #815
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In Denmark, we do have M numbers. Only emergency services really use them, though, as everyone else just calls them either by their name (ie. Holbæk motorvejen or Køge Bugt) or by their E number.

Signage in Denmark only shows the E numbers, and in rare cases also the motorway name (Such as the information board on O3, showing the distance in minutes to "Holbæk motorvej").

For the motorways without E-numbers, the M number is shown on signs (Such as M21 - Holbæk motorvejen).
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 04:35 PM   #816
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Same problem in Bulgaria, brother Many of the road signs end up for recycling .....
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Serbian road signs end up as sizzling barbecues

hu Mar 18, 1:45 pm ET

BELGRADE (AFP) – Already rare, road signs are disappearing at an alarming rate in central Serbia where locals use them for grills, tools and roofing, the Beta newsagency said Thursday.



On a roughly 100-kilometre (60-mile) road between Cacak and Valjevo, about 150 signs have disappeared in the past three years, local official Jovina Carevic told Beta.

In the Gornji Milanovac sector, more than 100 roadsigns were taken in 2009, he added.

The poles the signs are mounted on are used to make gates and doorways while the signs themselves are transformed into barbecues or used for roofing.

Local authorities said they are trying to come up with ways to stop the theft which weighs heavily on the municipal budget.
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Old March 24th, 2010, 11:19 PM   #817
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SERBIA: MINISTAR OPENS INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SHOW

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(ANSAmed) - BELGRADE, MARCH 23 - Serbian Infrastructure Minister Milutin Mrkonjic opened the 48th International Commercial Vehicle Show (OICA) at the Belgrade Fair and announced that around 200 kilometers of motorway will be built on the pan-European Corridor 10 this year, reports Tanjug news agency. "I can promise truck-drivers, who cruise the European and Serbian roads, that new 200 kilometers of motorway will be built this year," Mrkonjic said at the opening of the fair which will last until March 27. He pointed out that construction workers will have the advantage to use the trucks exhibited at OICA 2010 and thus complete the planned works on Corridor 10 sooner. The five-day international commercial vehicle show dubbed Beotruck hosts more than 350 exhibitors from around 20 countries. The 30,000 square meters of fair grounds will feature the latest solutions in the manufacturing industry of trucks, buses, vans, trailers and vehicle equipment by domestic and foreign companies.(ANSAmed)
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Old March 28th, 2010, 08:09 PM   #818
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Hello. My question is : which local petrol station brands do you recommend to a foreign tourist travelling on E-75? Except from paneuropean brands like OMV Shell or BP, I would like to know which national fuel company is trustworthy.
And is the distance between gas stations on the highway standard – ca. 50 kms?
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Old March 28th, 2010, 08:12 PM   #819
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Same problem in Bulgaria, brother Many of the road signs end up for recycling .....
Well, most signs will not be missed since they are very confusing, like this one

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Old April 5th, 2010, 07:49 PM   #820
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110 kilometers of motorway this year

2.4.2010

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Serbia’s Infrastructure Minister Milutin Mrkonjic announced that construction sites on 210 kilometers of motorway on Corridor 10 would be opened this year. The completion of works on 110 kilometers is planned, on the entire northern part from Novi Sad to Horgos.

According to Mrkonjic, it is very likely that the entire Corridor 10 will be completed by 2012. Minister Mrkonjic expressed satisfaction over a government decision that the majority of funds from the sale of Telekom would be invested in the construction of roads in Serbia.
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