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Old April 9th, 2012, 08:55 PM   #521
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I think that Government of Montenegro is not investing more money in roads infrastructure, because they are or will be soon eligible for EU funding for roads.
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Old April 11th, 2012, 04:04 PM   #522
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Hmm, that means the Bar - Boljare Motorway will cost about 25 years worth of Montenegrin road budget...
Bar - Boljare won't be included in those costs since it will be most likely built using other financing methods...

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€ 44 million doesn't really buy you a great road project, just some rehabilitation and perhaps some additional climbing lanes in mountain areas.
Don't forget, Montenegro has very few money available! It's a small country with low population...

Anyway, I think they make great progress given the limit funds: Risan-Niksic-Zabljak, Pluzine-Trsa-Zabljak, Niksic-Podgorica, Podgorica-Cetinje-Budva, Podgorica-Han i Hotit and many other Roads are now in good or very good condition. I mean, just have a look at the old road Kotor-Cetinje: 20 years ago, that road was terrible! Now it could be located in Austria or some other mountainous western country...

Anyway, I guess Arbenit is also right: Montenegro is likely to see some EU funds flowing soon. And many of it's large projects will most likely become part of the TEN-Plan...
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Old April 14th, 2012, 06:11 PM   #523
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Hmm, that means the Bar - Boljare Motorway will cost about 25 years worth of Montenegrin road budget...

€ 44 million doesn't really buy you a great road project, just some rehabilitation and perhaps some additional climbing lanes in mountain areas.

This is planned:

- End construction on Port Milena bridge in Ulcinj
- construction of third phaze bypass around Golubovci
- second phaze bypass around Niksic
- preparation of project documentation for 2+2 lane connection between Budva and Becici
- new tunnel Tifran near Berane( under construction)
- adding third lane on Niksic-Vilusi road (5,5 km reconstruction, 2.7km of new third lane)
- Reconstruction of intersections: Jaz, Cetinje (M 2.3), Morinj, Bar (M.2), Bijelo Polje (M.2.1) and entrance in Mojkovac
- Reconstruction of roads: Vilusi – Petrovići, Berane –Lubnice, Vladimir – Sukobin, Krute – Vladimir, Gusinje – Grnčar, M-18 section Tuzi – Božaj, Berane – Petnjica also Slijepač most – Tomaševo – Pljevlja, section Pavino Polje –Kovren.
- Reconstrucion of 5 tunnels:
Tunnels # 2, 4 and 10 on Podgorica- Kolasin road
Tunnel #8 on M-2 Ribarevine-Spiljani road
Tunnel #50 on M-18 Šćepan Polje – Plužine road

Also there will be work on some landslides: Baosici, Mogren M-2 road (Debeli Brijeg – Kotor – Budva), 3 landslides on M-18 Plužine – Nikšić road and 3 on
M - 2 Petrovac-Podgorica road. Also one landslide on regional road R-4 Pljevlja – Đurđevića Tara, locality Vlaškovac.

Source: http://www.vijesti.me/vijesti/vlada-...a-clanak-68080

This is still small (but necessary) work and main thing is Bar-Boljare motorway. I hope the construction starts in next year or so, we will know definitly in august.
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Old April 14th, 2012, 09:38 PM   #524
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I got news from a tourist toady that Bar - Sukobin (- Muriqan) is already under construction? Can anyone confirm this and if so, can someone describe what's done? Just an upgrade of the old road or will there be a true new one?
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Old April 25th, 2012, 05:23 PM   #525
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i went from shkoder to Podgorica on saturday 21/04/2012 on the road bozaj-tuzi and it was already finished (good quality works) and i turned back to shkodra by bar-sukobin road, the reconstruction had already started, it looked like they are going to construct a good standard road but the works were going on too much slowly, so it seems impossible to get finished before summer.
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Old April 25th, 2012, 07:15 PM   #526
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Ah, great. Thanks for your response! One more question: What about the works on Han i Hotit - Shkoder in Albania? What's the progress there?
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Old April 25th, 2012, 10:39 PM   #527
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80-90 % of the road is finished, work quality not good as at the montenegrin part, but it is really wide, hope it will finish before summer, if it finishes - u can go from shkoder to podgorica in less then 1 hour...
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Old May 1st, 2012, 09:48 PM   #528
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I have question, or is open border crossing on road Andrijevica-Peje/Pec via Rugova Canyon?
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Old May 18th, 2012, 04:02 PM   #529
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Let's take a behind the scenes peek at Sozina , the longest road tunnel in Montenegro:

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Lokacija tunela "Sozina" nalazi se na koridoru autoputa Bar–Podgorica–Andrijevica–Boljare (granica sa Srbijom). Orjentacija tunela je sjever-jug i povezuje primorsku regiju sa centralnim dijelom Crne Gore.
Ulazni portali u tunel nalaze se na 192 mnv. Dužina tunela je 4.189 m, površina poprečnog profila je cca 58,7 m2, visina slobodnog profila je 4,70 m, a visina tjemena je 7 m iznad kolovoza. Širina kolovoza tunelske cijevi je 7,70 m (dvije saobraćajne trake po 3,50 m i dvije ivične trake po 0,35 m). Sa obje strane kolovoza su službeni prolazi širine 85 cm. Tunel se nalazi u dvostranom uzdužnom nagibu od 0,5 %. Izrađena je betonska sekundarna obloga i betonska kolovozna konstrukcija.
U tunelu su izvedene niše za smještaj instalacija i opreme, niše za zaustavljanje vozila i okretište. Takođe, izvedeno je devet bočnih prolaza, koji u slučaju požara služe kao evakuacioni put do postojećeg hidrotehničkog tunela. Hidrotehnički tunel se nalazi na osovinskom razmaku od 17,5 m od cijevi putnog tunela i ima svijetli profil od 9,0 m2.



























Južna prilazna saobraćajnica




Sjeverna prilazna saobraćajnica








TUNEL "RAŠ" se nalazi na sjevernoj prilaznoj saobraćajnici tunela "Sozina".




Projektanti
Glavni projekat tunela »Sozina« uradio je Institut za rudarstvo, geotehnologiju i okolinu (IRGO consulting d.o.o.) Ljubljana i to dipl. ing.rud. Jakob Likar i dr. Vojkan Jovičić dipl. ing. građ.

Izvođački projekat je, u skladu sa odlukom o izboru Glavnog projekta i uslovima tendera, izradio autor Glavnog projekta IRGO consulting d.o.o. Ljubljana.

Izvor: http://www.shop-montexel.com/mp/inde...d=2&Itemid=214
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Old May 19th, 2012, 10:39 PM   #530
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What could we call this little gallery of gems...a typical day on the road in Montenegro?


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Old May 22nd, 2012, 07:15 PM   #531
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Awesome photos Cool to see the ordenary life in this country.
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Old May 29th, 2012, 12:46 AM   #532
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seems reconstruction and widening of roads towards albanian border is proceeding:

(baaaaaaaaaaaad Google translation with a few corrections)

The open stretch of highway reconstructed Tuzi-Božaj
When the road ends at the coffee in Shkodra in 40 minutes

Luksic said that Montenegro traffic connection with Albania contributes to regional cooperation and promotion of good neighborly relations

The reconstruction would cost around 2.2 million euros

Prime Minister Igor Luksic opened the reconstructed section of the road Tuzi Božaj of Pljoča to border crossings. The reconstructed section is nine kilometers long and the works would cost slightly more than 2.2 million.

President Franjo Tuzi urban municipality Ljuljđuraj said that this road not only connects the two towns and two states, but also neighbouring regions.

"I hope and I want to believe in the goodwill of the Government and the Ministry of Transport that the remaining 4.2 kilometers, and it will not cost more than a million, the state will find the strength to finish so that even though our financial situation are not an ally, perhaps by the end The cut off another tape in Rokšpreda and finish the whole time. On the other side of our neighbors in the work of Bozaj Albania to Scutari so we will from Podgorica to Shkoder to go for a coffee for 40 minutes, "said Ljuljđuraj.

Enlarge the opening times?

Transport Minister Andrija Lompar said that the department is already preparing the documentation for this section and will soon zvaršiti quickly to the Prime Minister promised money.

Responding to the expectations Ljuljđuraj and a willingness to immediately build Lompar, Prime Minister Luksic said with a smile that now only remains to determine when it will complete the remaining shares of the Tuzi Pljoča.

"I hope soon that the dilemma is whether to do so by the end of the year or soon after the start of the following is suštiti suštiti artificial because it is important to start work as soon as possible," said Luksic, skipping to say when this will happen .

The Prime Minister said that Montenegro saobrćajanim connection with Albania contributes to regional cooperation and promotion of good neighborly relations.

TV News, Jelena Vukovic

"Of particular importance is the fact that the stock was done in accordance with modern practices and methods of construction. Similar projects are being implemented in different parts of Montenegro, because no successful development of any successful tourism without good roads. Building infrastruktrunih obejakata requires time and resources but are great benefits, "said Luksic.

Minister Lompar said that this is not the only way to build traffic to better connect with Albania.

"We are working on two more times to connect the two countries. One is to Ulcinj to Sukobin a second of the potter Blue. I hope that already in this, especially next year when they are completed and other sections of these connections will be improved and will mean a lot to further develop relations between the two countries, "said Lompar.

He stressed that the government is "very diligently working to improve road infrastructure throughout the state."

"This year we have to finish nine projects. I was done last year, nine major road projects and infrastrutura each year gets better and safer for traffic," said Minister of Transport.

source with pictures and videos: http://www.vijesti.me/vijesti/kad-se...a-clanak-75641

first posted by member filip__pg here: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...&postcount=440
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Old May 29th, 2012, 01:32 PM   #533
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Very, very nice!
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Old June 3rd, 2012, 05:48 PM   #534
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seems reconstruction and widening of roads towards albanian border is proceeding:
Pic from http://www.vijesti.me/vijesti/kad-se...a-clanak-75641

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Old June 18th, 2012, 05:53 PM   #535
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It seems that the long-awaited bypass road project in my hometown of Kotor is finally going ahead, albeit slowly - Kotor is UNESCO-protected, and so the officials will be looking for approval when they present the project at a UNESCO conference in St. Petersburg at the end of the month.

The new road will be just a few kilometers long, and include a number of tunnels & viaducts ... cost is still unclear but it will certainly be in the tens of millions of euros.



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Old June 18th, 2012, 06:19 PM   #536
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Interesting project! Do you have a better image or some more informations about it?

It looks quite challenging to build a road around Kotor through the mountain and the old city wall... I guess it will somehow be connected to the Vrmac Tunnel
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Old June 18th, 2012, 11:05 PM   #537
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Good to see the Montenegrins building relations and infrastructure in corporation with the Albanians... This doesn't seem to happen with the Serbs where they refuse to invest on a motorway connection from Nis with Kosovo's R7 motorway at the Merdare.
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Old June 29th, 2012, 09:14 AM   #538
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Looks like the Chinese are back in the game regarding construction of Bar-Boljare motorway - apparently, they have just submitted a new bid that's been described as "surprisingly good" - and its now up to the government to evaluate it over the next few days.

More details soon.
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Old July 18th, 2012, 05:23 PM   #539
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During yesterdays conference, officials from oil & gas-rich Azerbaijan seem to have expressed real interest in funding a number of ongoing infrastructure projects in Montenegro - first phase of the new coastal expressway (~40km from Herceg Novi to Budva) and bypass roads around these two towns. Price of this project depends on whichever solution is picked for the Boka Kotor Bay crossing at Kamenare/Lepetane - tunnel or bridge. Without either, estimated cost is ~200million euros.

Normally I wouldn't post such inconclusive news, but this seems like a serious development, especially since Azerbaijan is already funding a ~40km section of the new Belgrade-Bar motorway in neighbouring Serbia.


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Old July 18th, 2012, 11:27 PM   #540
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During yesterdays conference, officials from oil & gas-rich Azerbaijan seem to have expressed real interest in funding a number of ongoing infrastructure projects in Montenegro - first phase of the new coastal expressway (~40km from Herceg Novi to Budva) and bypass roads around these two towns. Price of this project depends on whichever solution is picked for the Boka Kotor Bay crossing at Kamenare/Lepetane - tunnel or bridge. Without either, estimated cost is ~200million euros.

Normally I wouldn't post such inconclusive news, but this seems like a serious development, especially since Azerbaijan is already funding a ~40km section of the new Belgrade-Bar motorway in neighbouring Serbia.

Is this going to be a 4-lane expressway?
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