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Old February 5th, 2014, 12:17 AM   #7361
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Sorry for asking that, but "internet" is full of misleading information’s about roads in Romania and especially about road tolls. I have problems establishing prices of bridge crossing on A2 motorway (Fetesti-Cernavoda) for regular passenger car. One site says 13RON, other 11€ another 60 RON while last summer bridge was free of charge. Can someone put actual present bridge crossing price?
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Old February 5th, 2014, 10:33 AM   #7363
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Sorry for asking that, but "internet" is full of misleading information’s about roads in Romania and especially about road tolls. I have problems establishing prices of bridge crossing on A2 motorway (Fetesti-Cernavoda) for regular passenger car. One site says 13RON, other 11€ another 60 RON while last summer bridge was free of charge. Can someone put actual present bridge crossing price?
Both bridges over the Danube leading to Dobrogea (Festesti-Cernavoda and Giurgeni-Vadu Oii) should cost 13lei for one pass. That's the highest price so far. I don't know where you could possible find the figures you just posted
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Old February 5th, 2014, 01:04 PM   #7364
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Both bridges over the Danube leading to Dobrogea (Festesti-Cernavoda and Giurgeni-Vadu Oii) should cost 13lei for one pass. That's the highest price so far. I don't know where you could possible find the figures you just posted
Thanks, most of sources said 13lei although. The sites with wrong prices are for example:
http://www.dalnicni-znamky.com/en/vi...l-romania.html
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Fetesti - Constanta from 11 EUR + Giurgeni - Vad ovce from 9 EUR
While on this site: http://oplatydrogowe.eu/oplaty-drogowe/ro
Where Giurgeni-Vadu Oii was priced at 50lei while Festesti-Cernavoda at 60 lei
And as I remembered price for this bridge was rather small but I wasn't sure if recently something didn't changed drastically.
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Old February 5th, 2014, 10:54 PM   #7365
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I sent an e-mail to CNADNR (Romanian roads & motorways national company) asking for the future motorway numbering scheme plan. I've received this:

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Old February 6th, 2014, 03:48 PM   #7366
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Hi Guys!

What's the latest on the A3 Bors - Suplacu de Barcau section?

It seems there is some covert "movement" around the Debrecen Berettyóújfalu section of M35... Rumers say the Ministry of National Development is keen on lounching the project before the Parliamental elections in April 6... The Government might play along... We'll know more in a couple of days... Until that it's nothing more but guided speculation...
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Old February 6th, 2014, 04:02 PM   #7367
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There are no recent news regarding A3 near the Hungarian border. In the next letter to CNADNR I will ask about it.
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Old February 6th, 2014, 04:08 PM   #7368
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There are no recent news regarding A3 near the Hungarian border. In the next letter to CNADNR I will ask about it.
Thx, but don't quote my previous post, as it's not legit info. I'll know more in a couple of days.
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Old February 6th, 2014, 08:46 PM   #7369
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Here
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Potrivit estimării bugetare multianuale incluse în Fişa proiectului de investiţie, aprobată în cadrul proiectul de buget pentru 2014, autostrada Transilvania ar urma să primească 256,5 milioane de RON în 2014, 379,9 mil RON în 2015, iar în 2016 peste 510 milioane RON.

Finanţarea multianuală este destinată finalizării tronsonului Suplacu de Barcău-Borş, la termenul final 2016
So for Suplacu de Barcău-Borş(border) we have those yearly payments planned
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Old February 6th, 2014, 11:33 PM   #7370
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Old February 7th, 2014, 08:45 AM   #7371
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So for Suplacu de Barcău-Borş(border) we have those yearly payments planned
Thank you!
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Old February 8th, 2014, 12:39 PM   #7372
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So for Suplacu de Barcău-Borş(border) we have those yearly payments planned
If the new tax on fuel for infrastructure purposes is introduced. If not, they'll cancel these investments. They delayed the introduction of the tax on fuel 3 months this year due to opposition of President Basescu, who continues to oppose it vocally, as well as the transport industry.
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I do not know whether this was posted here before. The Constanta coastal highway (11 km in total) was approved for financing by the EU, and works will start in spring, with the first lot (4 km) to be finished by 2015. Works will include the construction of new artificial dikes/islands (seen in images below), as well as the complete renovation of the old city in Constanta, also with EU funds.

It will be 2x2 + biking lanes.














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Old February 9th, 2014, 10:27 AM   #7374
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I sent an e-mail to CNADNR (Romanian roads & motorways national company) asking for the future motorway numbering scheme plan. I've received this:

Has anybody made a calculation of the total lenght of this proposed map of motorways?!

Secondly, is that the final route of A6? It doesn't look like going all the way to Calafat.

Also, no more Albita connection?!
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Old February 9th, 2014, 06:10 PM   #7375
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Has anybody made a calculation of the total lenght of this proposed map of motorways?!
I did about a month ago on the Romanian forum:

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A0: Centura Bucuresti 99 km
A1: Bucuresti - Pitesti - Sibiu - Deva - Timisoara - Arad - Nadlac - HU 640 km
A2: Bucuresti - Constanta 215 km
A3: Bucuresti - Ploiesti - Brasov - Tg. Mures - Cluj - Zalau - Oradea - Bors - HU 664 km
A4: BG - Vama Veche - Centura Constanta - Tulcea - Braila 261 km
A5: Bucuresti - Giurgiu - BG 64 km
A6: Lugoj - Dr.Tr. Severin - (Calafat) - Craiova - Alexandria - Bucuresti 532 km
A7: Ploiesti - Buzau - Focsani - Bacau - Suceava - Siret - UA 435 km
A8: Tg. Mures - Iasi - Ungheni - MD 368 km
A9: Timisoara - Stamora Moravita - SRB 61 km
A10: Sebes - Turda 70 km
A11: Arad - Oradea 118 km
A12: Craiova - Pitesti 120 km
A13: Sibiu - Brasov - Bacau 321 km
A14: Buzau - Braila - Galati 130 km
A15: Suplacu de Barcau - Satu Mare
100 km

Total: 4198 km
(approximate calculation using Google Maps. Actual lenghts might vary a little)

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Secondly, is that the final route of A6? It doesn't look like going all the way to Calafat.

Also, no more Albita connection?!
Don't take the routes too serious. Just look at Lugoj-Deva and you will see that's not the actual route of this motorway.

From this map we can get just this info: future numbering of Romanian motorways. No exact routes, no completion dates or anything like this. Just what A* will be written on the signs.

Regarding Albita connection, you know things can change pretty quickly, depending on the mood of the government.
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Old February 10th, 2014, 02:45 PM   #7376
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Romanian auto park

Total number of cars: 4.693.651

Most popular brands:
1. Dacia 1.389.277
2. Volkswagen 629.090
3. Opel 492.480
4. Ford 296.907
5. Renault 256.748

Most popular models:
1. Dacia Logan 340.300
2. VW Golf 189.444
3. Ford Focus 81.083
4. VW Passat 79.482
5. Skoda Octavia 75.787

Fuel:
Gasoline: 65.73%
Diesel: 34.21%

Vehicle age:
0-4 years - 6.83 %
4-8 years - 24.22 %
8-12 years - 21.75 %
older than 12 years - 47.20 %
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Old February 10th, 2014, 05:41 PM   #7377
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No cars with LPG, methane, hydrogen and electricity in Romania?
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Old February 10th, 2014, 05:46 PM   #7378
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0.06% are using other power sources like electricity. I think that the ones using LPG are included at Gasoline.
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Old February 10th, 2014, 06:16 PM   #7379
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Total number of cars: 4.693.651
That translates to 247 per 1000 people, the lowest in the EU. I couldn't find official statistics of the Bulgarian car fleet, but according to this document it is 2,806,814 or 384 per 1000 people.
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That translates to 247 per 1000 people, the lowest in the EU. I couldn't find official statistics of the Bulgarian car fleet, but according to this document it is 2,806,814 or 384 per 1000 people.
You are doing the numbers based on false premises. In Romania there are max 17 mil. people right now and there are A LOT of cars registred in Bulgaria because of low bulgarian taxes.

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