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Old October 31st, 2011, 04:35 PM   #141
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As I can't post attachments, I have to post a link which might be partly off-topic. This blog was made for people wanting to travel from Moscow to Berlin. There are some pics from Belarus. I love especially the "Warshawa" instead of "Warszawa"

http://www.vagante.ru/experts/Moscow-Berlin.htm

I also like this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jT28gpzelBc , especially at 0:41 when the guys cross the Russian-Belarusian border. It's also interesting to see how long they spend at the Belarusian-Polish border.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0S6g...7E3&lf=mh_lolz - [1:39] Watch out ! Customs between RUS and BY are just like in the Schengen area - in theory, they don't stop you at the border BUT they may do it if they're in the mood to !
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"Richtgeschwindigkeit" should be the default system in all EU motorways & expressways & lane indiscipline should be harshly fought! Down with radars on motorways!

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Old November 28th, 2011, 09:47 PM   #142
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From the Polish-speaking section about Belarusian road infrastructure (not the most recent, but still interesting): http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1339590

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Witam!

Uważam że temat o Białoruskiej Infrastrukturze drogowej zasługuje na osobny wątek, bo skoro już mamy [Ukraina] Infrastruktura Drogowa, to czemu Białorusi miałoby tutaj zabraknąć? Trochę mnie dziwi że nie było odważnego który by założył osobny wątek. A myślę że warto, bo tak mało informacji przenika do nas ze względu na sytuację polityczną jaka panuje tam, i mało wiemy co tam tak naprawdę dzieje się z ich infrastrukturą drogową.

Temat może się wydawać lekko kontrowersyjny ale z pewnością dla nas ciekawy, ale wolałbym żebyśmy tutaj uniknęli jakiś poważnych rozważań politycznych(do tego jest osobny wątek o stosunkach polsko-białoruskich w innym dziale)

Więc, zaczynajmy
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M1/E30
Pierwsze co się rzuca w oczy patrząc na mapę Białorusi to droga M1/E30(M - od Magistrala), która przecina cały kraj od wschodu na wschód, od Brześcia do granicy z FR). Zdaję się że ta droga w znacznej części jest pozostałości zmodernizowanej dawnej 'Olimpijki', która była budowana na mistrzostwa w Moskwie(mogę się mylić). Ale teraz najciekawsze chyba, parametry. No właśnie parametry tej drogi trudno nam określić i porównać z naszymi drogami A/S/GP. Wiele stron w necie mówi o niej jako Autostrada M1.
Przeglądając mapy na google maps można odnieść wrażenie że panuje tu wolna amerykanka, Na drodze występują bezkolizyjne skrzyżowania jak na naszych A/S(węzły vide 'koniczynki', 'trąbki' itp),ale są także dzikie węzły, lewoskręty do skręcania i zawracania(jak na naszej gierkówce) i gdzie gdzieniegdzie także przejścia dla pieszych No i wygląda na to że jezdnie nie są ogrodzone, i brakuje ekranów dźwiękochłonnych, więc istnieje podwyższone ryzyko wypadku z udziałem zwierząt i ludzi.
Ograniczenie prędkości na całej długości 100-120 km/h. Dopuszczalna różnica w prędkości to 10km/h.

Parę filmików:




Droga jest płatna i utrzymana w przyzwoitym stanie, doczytałem się że na całej długością są 4 bramki do pobierania myta, i co ciekawe można za nią zapłacić w dolarach $, lub w Euro. Białoruskiego rubla nie chcą Koszt przejazdu to 6$(może być nieaktualne).

Inne drogi

Ring M9
Próbowałem szukać czegoś o Ringu wokół Mińska, lecz nie znalazłem zbyt wiele Sama droga w google maps wygląda podobnie jak M1, tyle że ma gęściej rozmieszczone węzły/półwęzły. Nawet udało mi się dopatrzeć ciekawych parkingów na poboczach.
http://maps.google.pl/maps?f=q&sourc...09645&t=h&z=17
Szkoda że nie mogę natrafić na żaden filmik z przejazdem tą drogą

Tu widać jest/była w budowie jakaś wylotówka z ringu w kierunku północnym:
http://maps.google.pl/maps?f=q&sourc...54324&t=h&z=13



Jak znajdziecie coś jeszcze ciekawego nt. Białoruskiej infrastruktury, to piszcię w tym wątku
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Old November 28th, 2011, 09:49 PM   #143
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Old November 28th, 2011, 09:50 PM   #144
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Old June 2nd, 2012, 01:55 PM   #145
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Old November 14th, 2012, 04:18 PM   #146
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It's even more complicated for Poles. For certain reasons,
spelling of some Belarusian, Ukrainian or Lithuanian places must be as far different from Polish name as possible.
How would you say that?
Відзы Лаўчынскія (BY cyrilic) - Vidzy Łauczynskija (BY latin) - Widzy Ławczyńskie (PL)

Forward to Ice Hockey World Championship 2014 most of information signs in Belarusian cyrilic alphabeth will be doublled with Belarusian latin spelling. Things gonna be easear
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Old November 14th, 2012, 04:26 PM   #147
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Anyone knows what is the meaning of route numbers like YE28 and YE30? What road type they represent?
Not YE but E28 and E30. European routes.

Belarusian motorway M1 (Brest-Minsk-RF border) is a part of E30 european route.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_route_E30
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M1_highway_(Belarus)

Belarusian motorways M7 (Minsk-LT border) is a part of E28 european route

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_route_E28
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M7_highway_(Belarus)

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Old December 18th, 2012, 08:24 PM   #148
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Yandex Maps added street view to Hrodna, Brest, Vitebsk, Mahiliou and Homyel.
http://maps.yandex.ru/-/CVBlBPOf
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Old January 12th, 2013, 09:16 AM   #149
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Old January 12th, 2013, 08:13 PM   #150
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Let's write something about this:
http://autogrodno.by/content/view/3345/
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Old January 12th, 2013, 10:36 PM   #151
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So there is a bridge called Cherez over a viaduct on M6 which was openned recently. Sorry I dont know russian or Belarussian.
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Is new north by-pass of Mińsk in construction ?
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Old January 13th, 2013, 02:10 AM   #153
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Is new north by-pass of Mińsk in construction ?
What is the accent on N for BTW?
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Old July 12th, 2013, 12:04 PM   #154
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It is polish spelling for Minsk, ń means softer n.
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Old July 12th, 2013, 12:16 PM   #155
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Map of Belarusian road network


Map of toll roads.


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BelToll System will start with technical operation on the 1st of July 2013
26.06.2013
The month of July will be provided to road users to complete all required procedures for registration and to avoid queues at Customer Service Points.
Kapsch TrafficCom AG together with the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Belarus introduced the proposals about the start of the technical operation of the electronic toll collection system on the paid roads on the 1st of July, 2013 and the start of commercial operation of the ETC-System with tolling and enforcement – beginning with the 1st of August, 2013 to the Government of the Republic of Belarus.
During the technical operation the system registers all transactions without actual tolling – means road users will not have to pay. This will provide the road users with the sufficient possibilities to visit Customer Service Points to choose the convenient means of payment, sign the contract, receive the OBU before the commercial operation starts. Functioning of the existing tolling system on the motor road M-1/E 30 Brest (Kozlovichi) – Minsk – border of the Russian Federation (Redki) will remain until the 1st of August 2013.


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BelToll is an electronic toll collection system (ETC), valid from 1st July 2013 in the Republic of Belarus. The system is using the world’s proven microwave technology based on Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC). It allows road users to pay toll without stopping at toll plazas.
Along the toll road network, gantries fitted with antennas, enable the communication between the transceivers and the special devices, called on-board units (OBU), which are mounted on the windscreen of the vehicles.
The direct communication of the so-called multi-lane-free-flow facility (MLFF) between the device in the vehicle, on-board unit (OBU), and the toll gantries allows fully automatic calculation of the toll when passing underneath the toll portals.
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When drivers pass underneath the terminals of payment the electronic toll collection system will automatically draw money from the driver’s OBU user account, established upon registration in the system.
Neither the speed needs to be reduced nor has a special lane to be used. This means moving traffic for all road users!
Citizens of the Customs Union, driving motor vehicles with maximum laden weight not exceeding 3.5 tons will not be liable to pay toll. Drivers of motor vehicles and combination of vehicles with maximum laden weight of over 3.5 tons as well as drivers of vehicles with maximum laden weight less than 3.5 tons registered outside the Customs Union (Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan) will be obliged to pay toll when using the BelToll system.
http://www.beltoll.by/en
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Old July 12th, 2013, 02:24 PM   #156
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I like the information policy of the Belarusian road authority (Ministry of Transport and Communications?). I heard about BelToll in the Polish radio when I was driving
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The site of BelToll is available also in good Polish http://www.beltoll.by/pl.aspx
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Old July 13th, 2013, 05:42 PM   #158
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I have a question of M1 highway:

- Is that road a 2x2 highway in all it's length? I see some photos in internet and this highway appears like 2x2 highway but without median.
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Which of them are
1) grade separated roads?
2) 2x2 roads (with and without median).

I have read that Belarus has a reasonably developed network of at - grade 2x2 roads which seem reasonable due to limited traffic levels and are much faster and much safer than any 1+1 road. Is it true?
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I have a question of M1 highway:

- Is that road a 2x2 highway in all it's length? I see some photos in internet and this highway appears like 2x2 highway but without median.
This road is highway from Brest to Orsha from Orsha to russian border it's first class road with speed limit 90 km/h

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Which of them are
1) grade separated roads?
2) 2x2 roads (with and without median).

I have read that Belarus has a reasonably developed network of at - grade 2x2 roads which seem reasonable due to limited traffic levels and are much faster and much safer than any 1+1 road. Is it true?
1) Grade separated roads are M4 Minsk Mogilev, some stretches M1, some short stretches on roads around Minsk M6, M3, P23, M5, M2
2) 2x2 roads are same road in father distance from Minsk.
In most roads 2x2 speed limits are 90 km/h like in roads 1x1 except M1 and M4 where in some stretches are 120 km/h.
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