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Old April 27th, 2009, 05:21 PM   #101
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Our government says it will be opened at the end of 2010, but I too think we'll wait until 2011. They might surprise us and finish it in time, though.

P.S. we discuss serbian motorways here, too: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...499363&page=30. Feel free to come and ask questions in English if nobody answers you here.
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Old May 16th, 2009, 03:37 PM   #102
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Joint venture with Strabag by May 22

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The contract about forming a joint venture by the Government of RS and Austrian Strabag will be signed by May 22, at the latest, RS transport minister Nedeljko Cubrilovic announced yesterday.

The joint venture will hold a concession for the network of motorways Strabag is commissioned to build in RS. Strabag will have 90 per cent in the company and public road company Autoputevi RS the remaining 10 per cent. RS PM Milorad Dodik expressed hope that work on the Banja Luka-Doboj section would start by the end of the summer 2009.
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Old May 16th, 2009, 04:58 PM   #103
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Podrinje



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Old May 16th, 2009, 05:04 PM   #104
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Seems that Banja Luka - Gradiška motorway should be opened in February 2010. Works on Banja Luka - Doboj should start in August 2009.
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Old May 27th, 2009, 01:52 PM   #105
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Banjaluka (RS) - Croatian A3 (HR) - Beograd (SRB)

Hello. These are photos from my trip from Banjaluka to Belgrade, via Croatian A3. I already posted it in Serbian section, but I decided to share it with you too, guys.

So, let's start...

First part
Republic of Srpska: Banjaluka - Laktaši - Gradiška



Exiting Banjaluka via West Transit Road.







Signs in Republic of Srpska.



You go right for Prijedor.



Fast road Banjaluka - Klašnice (Laktaši). Speed limit is 100 km/h.











You can see future motorway Banjaluka - Gradiška on your left. It will be opened in February 2010.







From Klašnice regular road starts again.







Laktaši.















Entering Gradiška.



Border crossing, Republic of Croatia's side.



Road in this part of RS is very good (for our standards). There aren't no bad sections and it was pleasure driving it. What iritates the most are often 50 and 60 km/h speed limits. When motorway Banjaluka-Gradiška is finished, this will be alternative road for those who don't want to pay autobahngebühr (toll?).


to be continued...
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Old May 27th, 2009, 01:54 PM   #106
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Second part
Croatia: Gradiška - А3 - Bajakovo



Road that we use to get to A3.









Novi Varoš.



Entering A3.








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Old May 27th, 2009, 01:55 PM   #107
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А3.













Slavonski Brod's northern suburbs.


















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Old May 27th, 2009, 01:57 PM   #108
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Motorway goes through Spačva wood. It looks amazing.











Exiting Croatia.



So, as you can see, motorways in Croatia are in excellent conditions.


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Old May 27th, 2009, 02:00 PM   #109
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Third part
Serbia: Batrovci - E70 - Belgrade



Border crossing.





When you enter Serbia, motorway is pretty bad.











After few kilometer, it gets much better.

























Driving to Belgrade's Nikola Tesla airport.



That's all, folks.

If you have any questions, be my guest.
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Old May 27th, 2009, 02:02 PM   #110
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Banjaluka-Gradiška.

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Hello. These are photos from my trip from Banjaluka to Belgrade, via Croatian A3. I already posted it in Serbian section, but I decided to share it with you too, guys.

So, let's start...

First part
Republic of Srpska: Banjaluka - Laktaši - Gradiška



Exiting Banjaluka via West Transit Road.







Signs in Republic of Srpska.



You go right for Prijedor.



Fast road Banjaluka - Klašnice (Laktaši). Speed limit is 100 km/h.











You can see future motorway Banjaluka - Gradiška on your left. It will be opened in February 2010.







From Klašnice regular road starts again.







Laktaši.















Entering Gradiška.



Border crossing, Republic of Croatia's side.



Road in this part of RS is very good (for our standards). There aren't no bad sections and it was pleasure driving it. What iritates the most are often 50 and 60 km/h speed limits. When motorway Banjaluka-Gradiška is finished, this will be alternative road for those who don't want to pay autobahngebühr (toll?).


to be continued...
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Old May 27th, 2009, 05:03 PM   #111
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I can see the road is generally in good condition. Were there also very bad sections?

What is the average speed on regular 1x2 roads there?
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Old May 27th, 2009, 05:14 PM   #112
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Are they builduing the whole section of motorway from Banja Luka to the Croatian border? You've mention that they would open it in 2010, will that be just a section or entire motorway to Gradiška?
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Old May 27th, 2009, 07:42 PM   #113
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I can see the road is generally in good condition. Were there also very bad sections?

What is the average speed on regular 1x2 roads there?
There were none very bad sections. Asphalt is not so good between Gradiška and A3 (Croatia's territory) and at the beginning of E70 in Serbia, but you can't say the road is in very bad condition.

What is 1x2 road?

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Are they builduing the whole section of motorway from Banja Luka to the Croatian border? You've mention that they would open it in 2010, will that be just a section or entire motorway to Gradiška?
The whole section is under construction, and it will be opened in February 2010. The thing we don't know is what will happen with new Sava bridge near Gradiška, will it also be finished, or will it be finished later and incorporated in new motorway. I believe second option is more likely to happen.
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Old May 27th, 2009, 07:47 PM   #114
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What's that? Is the "Slavonika" the name of the motorway? If so, what does this flag mean?

Haven't seen any of those signs in the way from Hungarian border to Dalmatia.
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Old May 27th, 2009, 07:52 PM   #115
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I believe it's a name of the Vc motorway, that goes through Croatia's territory, but you'll have to wait for some Croatian member to answer your question. About flag, I believe those are symbols of Slavonija, historical region of Croatia, but again, I'm not sure.
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Old May 27th, 2009, 07:57 PM   #116
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What is 1x2 road?
Regular single lane road going through villages.
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Old May 27th, 2009, 08:23 PM   #117
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A lot of Slovenians... or... "Slovenians".
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Old May 27th, 2009, 08:28 PM   #118
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Is the emigration to Slovenia from other ex-Yu countries that common?
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Old May 27th, 2009, 08:35 PM   #119
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Is the emigration to Slovenia from other ex-Yu countries that common?
You can't say it's common for an ex-Yugoslav to end up living in Slovenia, but almost 85% of all immigrants to Slovenia come from the rest of ex-Yugoslavia, and it's become huge for the country's small population, we're right after Ireland in EU as far as immigrants per capita are concerned. We get ~35,000 new immigrants a year (1.75% of the population), therefore we've surpassed 2 million inhabitants, and we even surpassed R. Macedonia recently.
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Old May 27th, 2009, 08:52 PM   #120
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many croatian motorways have nicknames like "Slavonika" or "Dalmatina"...

A1 --> Dalmatina
A2 --> Zagorska autocesta
A3 --> Posavska autocesta
A4 --> Varaždinska autocesta
A5 --> Slavonika
A6 --> Primorsko-goranska autocesta
A7 --> Kvarnerska autocesta
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