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Old July 25th, 2010, 10:06 PM   #1201
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Reconstruction of a ~25km secton of motorway through Belgrade - photos courtesy of BEOBUILD.rs

















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Old July 25th, 2010, 10:25 PM   #1202
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Is it just new pavement or will they add a 3rd lane?
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Old July 25th, 2010, 11:05 PM   #1203
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Is it just new pavement or will they add a 3rd lane?
It looks just like a new pavement. Usually, in the daylight, it is a very congested motorway and it probably deserves a third lane; however, two years ago I remember I passed through Beograd in only 13 minutes, but it was at 00.00 hours in the night.

CrazySerb, you are like a God of great pictures ! Thank you again, this kind of beautiful pics made me a fan of the Serbian forums.
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Old July 26th, 2010, 02:30 AM   #1204
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On a side note, the B23 building looks great in this shot!
http://www.beobuild.rs/visuals/data/...704-GZL-05.jpg
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Old July 28th, 2010, 03:14 AM   #1205
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Is it just new pavement or will they add a 3rd lane?
Just new pavement - there are no plans for a 3rd lane. I'm not even sure if the existing infrastructure would even allow for such a thing. If it does, maybe it will be done in the future, but I'm guessing not before the Belgrade ring-road is finally complete as full profile motorway.

Good news is that preparations for construction of the inner ring road have started - one of Belgrade's largest outdoor markets is currently being re-arranged, since its in the way.




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Old July 28th, 2010, 06:24 PM   #1206
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Don't expect to see vignettes anytime soon in Serbia:

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No toll stickers in Serbia

28.7.2010 12:32:00 | Source/Author PressCut

Changes in the toll collection model are not being considered, stated State-owned company Putevi Srbije, adding that new systems would be inapplicable and uneconomic. There have appeared some initiatives for the introduction of toll stickers to Serbia, even promises that the new system would be implemented by 2010.

According to Putevi Srbije, they have not taken toll stickers under consideration and they believe that the system is uneconomic. The best toll collection system is the one used in Italy, France and Spain, namely direct collection based on the travelled kilometres, claim Putevi Srbije.
(Novosti)
Couple of pics of M23 road in central Serbia, section between cities of Kragujevac & Kraljevo:






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Old July 29th, 2010, 12:31 AM   #1207
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What are they going to do with E75 from Leskovac to the Macedonian border? Are they going to build a new road for E75? Or are the just going to complete it to a real motorway like the are doing at E75 from Horgoš and Subotica to Novi Sad?
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Old July 29th, 2010, 12:54 AM   #1208
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Just completing it as far as I know. They already did 2 x 10km's but they are not in use, yet. They have more to do, but I have no idea if they have already started.
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Old July 29th, 2010, 03:31 AM   #1209
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What are they going to do with E75 from Leskovac to the Macedonian border? Are they going to build a new road for E75? Or are the just going to complete it to a real motorway like the are doing at E75 from Horgoš and Subotica to Novi Sad?
this part was built as motorway.
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Old July 29th, 2010, 06:46 PM   #1210
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Old July 29th, 2010, 07:27 PM   #1211
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Speaking of bridges, its just been announced that an interenational tender will be organized within the next week or so, with the intent of choosing the main contractor for construction of a new, mixed road/rail bridge in Novi Sad. The original bridge, built between 1957-1961, was destroyed by NATO bombardment in 1999.

Its estimated cost is ~60 million euros, and completion time is 36 months.



Practically parallel with construction of this bridge, Novi Sad will see construction of yet another road bridge across Danube - like the currently U/C bridge across Sava river in Belgrade, it has also been designed by Slovene firm "Ponting":


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Old July 29th, 2010, 07:39 PM   #1212
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While preparation works began some days ago, the "ceremony" to officially launch construction for the motorway which will eventually connect Belgrade with Montenegro's port city of Bar has been held today:

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Works on Lajkovac–Ub Corridor 11 section begin

Lajkovac, 29 July 2010 – Minister of Infrastructure Milutin Mrkonjic marked the official beginning of works on the construction of a 12.5 kilometre section of Corridor 11, from Lajkovac to Ub.

At a celebration on the occasion of the beginning of the construction, held in the village of Nepricava, the municipality of Lajkovac, Mrkonjic underlined that the commencement of works on this section means that Serbia and Montenegro will achieve their goal, and that is to be linked by a modern motorway.

The Minister stated that during the next four years the section from Belgrade to Cacak will be completed, which is also part of the main road to the South Adriatic, adding that within another four years after that, the section to Bar will also be finished, ie the section to Boljari, while Montenegro has already began constructing the section from Bar to Boljari on its territory.

He recalled that Serbia’s infrastructure priorities, apart from Corridor 10, include the motorway to the South Adriatic, or Corridor 11, noting that this road is of regional importance.

Once Corridor 11 is completed, it will link Serbia with its neighbouring countries, four of which are already EU members and five of which aspire towards membership.

The Minister announced that by the end of the year the construction of two more sections on Corridor 11 will begin, ie the Obrenovac–Ub and Lajkovac–Ljig sections.

Their construction will be financed from Serbia’s budget or from foreign loans, but there is also the possibility of hiring foreign contractors, Mrkonjic explained.

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Old July 29th, 2010, 10:51 PM   #1213
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Once Corridor 11 is completed, it will link Serbia with its neighbouring countries, four of which are already EU members and five of which aspire towards membership
Serbia has only 3 neighbouring EU-countries: HUN, RO and BG. Croatia isn't in the EU yet.
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Old July 29th, 2010, 11:16 PM   #1214
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this part was built as motorway.
But how is it with E75 from Leskovac to the Macedonian border? Is that part built to be a motorway like E75 from Horgoš and Subotica to Novi Sad? Or is it built to be an expressway from the begin? Or is it maybe just built to be a normal road?

Is this part really possible to just complete to be a motorway? How is the plan look like about the standard at this road from Leskovac to the Macedonian border?
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Old July 29th, 2010, 11:54 PM   #1215
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But how is it with E75 from Leskovac to the Macedonian border? Is that part built to be a motorway like E75 from Horgoš and Subotica to Novi Sad? Or is it built to be an expressway from the begin? Or is it maybe just built to be a normal road?

Is this part really possible to just complete to be a motorway? How is the plan look like about the standard at this road from Leskovac to the Macedonian border?
That part of the road was built 50 years ago. It was built as a some kind of 2-lane expressway. The plan is to upgrade the existing road to the motorway, except for part through Grdelica gorge, there is planned a completely new route.
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Old July 30th, 2010, 05:06 PM   #1216
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Belgrade motorway reconstruction.







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Old July 31st, 2010, 05:09 PM   #1217
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Some news...

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Best bid in for Corridor 10 sections
31 July 2010 | 12:45 | Source: Tanjug

BELGRADE -- Austrian construction company Alpina has submitted the best bid for constructing two sections of the Corridor 10 highway project.

The company would be constructing two highway sections from Dimitrovgrad to Pirot.

The commission for selecting the company to work on the highway held a public opening of bids that arrived for the tender, stating that the second best offer was given by Slovenian Primorje.

The third best offer was given by the domestic consortium made up of the Planum, Putevi Beograd and Putevi Užice companies.

The bids would be sent to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), which would be financing the project. The bank would state within a period of 20 days which bid it would choose, according to the Tanjug news agency.

The stretch of road that would be constructed is 14.3 kilometers long.

The bidders were allowed to submit bids for one or both highway sections. It was stated that the job would be given to the company with the lowest bid, as long as the bid fulfills all of the pre-qualification criteria.

This would also be the first section of the Corridor 10 highway that would be financed by the EBRD.
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Old August 1st, 2010, 06:54 PM   #1218
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A very beautiful picture! But what is this far behind the Ada bridge? A Coal Power Plant? A factory? Its shape is so obscure it could even be a mosque
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Old August 1st, 2010, 06:57 PM   #1219
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After a lot of delays, construction of 2,200 meter long new Beska bridge is finally going according to schedule (more or less). It should be opened to traffic by the middle of next year:

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A very beautiful picture! But what is this far behind the Ada bridge? A Coal Power Plant? A factory? Its shape is so obscure it could even be a mosque
That's the Nikola Tesla-A powerplant in Belgrade's municipality of Obrenovac:


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