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Old November 23rd, 2011, 08:52 PM   #381
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My point actually is, that speed limit in some short tunnels should be higher, let's say 110 km/h.
If somewhere in region, for example in the Republic of Srpska, exists speed limit of 110 km/h for short tunnels, then the legal authorities of Croatia should rise speed limit to 110 km/h in short tunnels, especially in the Sv.Marko tunnel on A1, between Karlovac and future Netretić exits.
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Old November 23rd, 2011, 09:01 PM   #382
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Motorway until Cattinara (RA13) and the branch to Fernetti\Sezana (RA14), expressway from Cattinara to the harbour (SS202) and the branch to Rabuiese\Koper (NSA326).
And if the speed limit for motorways is 130 kph in Italy, tunnels included, that doesn't mean that the motorway company can't post lower limits for examples in long tunnels, curvy stretches or urban areas with many exits. We have many motorways with 110, 100 or even 90 kph.
But seriously Italy is the only country with no specific limits for tunnels? IMHO 80kph in tunnels is ridiculous, maybe 110 instead of 130 is more reasonable...
And I would never though they have motorways tunnels in Holland.
On Rabuiese-Koper/Capodistria branch of Trieste Soprelevata expressway, there is a tunnel (perhaps a 1km long) equipped with hard shoulder in each tube (H2+2H instead of 3+3). Curious, the speed limit in this tunnel is 80 km/h. Why?
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Old November 23rd, 2011, 09:56 PM   #383
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On Rabuiese-Koper/Capodistria branch of Trieste Soprelevata expressway, there is a tunnel (perhaps a 1km long) equipped with hard shoulder in each tube (H2+2H instead of 3+3). Curious, the speed limit in this tunnel is 80 km/h. Why?
This is a blue superstrada (standard limit 110) and not a green autstrada (130) so also the tunnel limit is lower.
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Old November 23rd, 2011, 10:05 PM   #384
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Thank you.
Oh yes, on Rijeka/Fiume beltway, which is a 2+2 expressway (mostly without hard shoulders, however a small part of that road possesses them) the speed limit is 90 km/h, in tunnels 70 km/h. This is by far the lowest speed limit for a tunnel with 2 tubes.
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Old November 24th, 2011, 02:03 AM   #385
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I thought you meant the elevated part of the bypass (Sopraelevata), which actually has only one tunnel, and the speed limit is 70 km/h (like the rest). Tunnel Carso (3 km) has speed limit 100 km/h.

But we should really get back to Republika Srpska roads.
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Old November 28th, 2011, 03:11 PM   #386
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26.5 kilometres of new motorway

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28.11.2011 12:23:00 | Author/Source PressCut

Republika Srpska’s transport minister Nedeljko Cubrilovic announced that a section of the Banja Luka – Gradiska motorway between Mahovljani and Gradiska would be opened on November 30.

President Milorad Dodik and his Serbian counterpart Boris Tadic will be at an inauguration ceremony for the leg which is 26.5 kilometres in length. Cubrilovic said that each kilometre cost the entity budget BAM 7.512 million, and an estimated price tag for the entire motorway is BAM 320 million.

Integral inzenjering, Konstruktor and Vidoni were contracted builders for the leg which will open this week, one year after the original deadline. So far, RS had only 5.6 kilometres of motorway.
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Old November 30th, 2011, 01:21 PM   #387
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Congratulations to Republic of Srpska for its first motorway!

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OPENED HIGHWAY BANJA LUKA -GRADIŠKA

President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik and Serbian President Boris Tadic ceremonial ribbon cutting opened the section of highway from Mahovljani to Gradiska, the length of 26.5 kilometers. The official release of the shares in highway traffic has been in operation throughout its length of 32 kilometers.



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11:40 | 30.11.2011

Source: RTRS

Opening ceremony took place on the part of the highway in Catrnja.

President of Republika Srpska Milorad Dodik said that this project is important for the entire RS.

"We have not abandoned this project when it was logical to do so, because the world is affected by the crisis that knows no such projects, and we've built within the highway," said Dodik.

Dodik said that this highway will undoubtedly change this area and bring people closer.

Serbian President Boris Tadic said that for him is a great honor to participate in the opening event of the first highway through the RS.

He said that the construction of the highway from Gradiska to Mahovljani very important not only symbolic but also in functional terms.

A kilometer section of this cost is 7, 512 million, while the construction of the highway Banja Luka - Gradiska cost around 320 million KM.

Construction work on Mahovljanska loop, which is to connect the entire highway is not complete, so the citizens by May next year to use a small roundabout.

Unlike the previous crowd that travelers from Banja Luka to Gradiska followed by Laktasi, MI, Aleksandrovac, Topol and Gradiska, from today to all passengers traveling time will be halved.

From the center of Banja Luka, Doboj fast road through to Mahovljanska loop can be reached in about 15 minutes, while the Mahovljani to Gradiska, or by 26.5 kilometers, while respecting the limit of 130 kilometers per hour, you need only ten minutes. For drivers, another good news - it will not pay tolls until it is completed and Mahovljanska loop.

Made by contemporary standards of highway Mahovljani to Gradiska drivers will allow faster and safer driving.

In RS highways argue, because of quality elements, the path is safe, even at the maximum permitted speed of 130 km per hour. However, we urge drivers to adjust speed to road conditions.
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Old November 30th, 2011, 04:39 PM   #388
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Did they also build a new border crossing or cars will continue to use the old one in Brod?
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Old November 30th, 2011, 05:00 PM   #389
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The old one
New one is will be open at the same time as bridge
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Old November 30th, 2011, 05:08 PM   #390
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How much is toll for this new motorway?
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Old November 30th, 2011, 05:39 PM   #391
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it is free first year.
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Old November 30th, 2011, 06:49 PM   #392
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During today's opening ceremony, Serbia's President Boris Tadic announced two new motorway connections with Republika Srpska - links with the towns of Bijeljina & Visegrad:

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30. November 2011. | 15:04

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Republika Srpska (RS) President Milorad Dodik and Serbian President Boris Tadic opened on Wednesday a section of the Banja Luka-Gradiska highway in RS, which will contribute to building stronger ties between the Serbian entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, and economic strengthening of the region.

Republika Srpska (RS) President Milorad Dodik and Serbian President Boris Tadic opened on Wednesday a section of the Banja Luka-Gradiska highway in RS, which will contribute to building stronger ties between the Serbian entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, and economic strengthening of the region.

The section opened for traffic is 26.5 kilometers long, and represents the largest individual infrastructural project in RS's history.

According to Dodik, the Banja Luka-Gradiska highway is a communication and civilization step forward for RS, and a dream come true for many of its citizens.

"I am a happy man today, because an important event is behind us. Let's be happy because we have outdone ourselves," Dodik said.

Dodik said that RS will continue investing in infrastructure, because there is no economic future for RS without traffic connections with Serbia and Croatia.

President Tadic pointed out that the completion of the first large highway section in RS is very important from both a symbolic and functional aspect, as it will encourage the region's development and enable the creation of new jobs, which are the most important issue for any government at the time of crisis.

Tadic said that, apart from the by-pass around Croatia, Serbia wants to make direct infrastructural connections with RS near Bijeljina and Visegrad.

Tadic expressed expectation that a section of the highway currently under construction in Central Serbia will in five years reach the border with BiH near Visegrad.


Despite the global crisis, we are trying to build future for the following generations, Tadic said.

RS Prime Minister Aleksandar Dzombic and Minister of Transport and Communications Nedeljko Cubrilovic addressed a large number of citizens who attended the oficial opening of the highway section.

They announced that the construction of the Banja Luka-Doboj highway will begin in 2012, and that a contractor will soon be selected for the construction of a new bridge on the Sava River, which will connect RS with Croatia and the Belgrade-Zagreb highway.

Director Emir Kusturica also addressed the attendees, pointing out that RS is the best model for the creation of modern European regions in the Balkans, because it unifies modern political ideas and national identity.

During his stay in Banja Luka, Serbian President Boris Tadic will confer with RS President Milorad Dodik, and later attend the Best Personality event organized by the Banja Luka-based daily Nezavisne novine.


Meanwhile, negotiations are still ongoing concerning financing for the ~70km Banja Luka-Doboj motorway section...

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Bosnia’s Serb Republic Seeks Investors for Banja Luka-Doboj Motorway

30.11.2011 7:58:00 | Author/Source www.seenews.com

Bosnia’s Serb Republic is seeking investors for Banja Luka-Doboj motorway, transport minister Nedeljko Cubrilovic said.

The authorities are holding talks on a credit to finance the project with China's Export-Import Bank, as well as with the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Cubrilovic said in an interview with news agency Srna posted on the government's website on Tuesday.
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Old November 30th, 2011, 07:17 PM   #393
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Old November 30th, 2011, 11:05 PM   #394
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Nice motorway! Do cars get off at Čatrnja now, if they go to Croatia? Does anyone know when Croatia will build its part?
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Old November 30th, 2011, 11:47 PM   #395
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Yes they get off in Catrnja and from there to bridge in Gradiska.
No one knows when Croatia will build its part
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Old December 1st, 2011, 02:58 AM   #396
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Another news report clip, probably best so far:

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Old December 1st, 2011, 01:45 PM   #397
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Congratulations!
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Old December 1st, 2011, 06:14 PM   #398
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Old December 3rd, 2011, 09:51 PM   #399
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Interesting promotional video for the company Integral, the local construction firm that carried out most of the work on the just opened Banja Luka-Gradiska motorway, showing some of their capacities & ongoing projects across Serb Republic:

They are also currently bidding for motorway construction projects in Serbia.



Integral HQ in Banja Luka:

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Old December 3rd, 2011, 11:30 PM   #400
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Does Autoputevi RS have an internet page? I didn't find any with google... Or is there an other official source for planned motorways ot road infrastructure in Republika Srpska?

Edit: Found it! Sorry, there was an error in my search sentence
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