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Old December 7th, 2016, 07:40 PM   #581
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Any drafts with stations? Line 1 looks the the old plans, whereas line 2 seems not to run through Prokop-station which would be surprising.
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This is unofficial route, because there is no official version, line 2 is slightly modified old LRT route. Line 1 is new and Prokop station is bypassed because of the Belgrade Waterfront, political backed, corupted and for city of Belgrade harmful project. This is perfect indicator why everybody is hating BW, PM Vučić, Mayor Mali and SNS like party. And this metro project is already controversal and it´s not even started, because Alstom, you probably know how they get projects and jobs around the world.
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Old December 7th, 2016, 09:55 PM   #583
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If they decide on sh*tty French proprietary "metro" a public lynching is in order.
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Old December 31st, 2016, 01:18 AM   #584
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First batch of new Czech-made SOR buses for Lasta, part of a 100 vehicle order.
They will operate in Belgrade's outer suburbs.





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Old January 4th, 2017, 04:03 AM   #585
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Old February 22nd, 2017, 06:20 AM   #586
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Contractor for construction of railway on Ada Bridge to be known by March 10, 2017 – France's Colas Rail offers best price
Tuesday, 02/21/2017|12:21 | Source: Novosti

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The French company Colas Rail is the most likely to get the job of building the railroad tracks on the Ada Bridge, looking by the price offered. Their offer amounts to RSD 1.6 million, followed by Austria's Strabag SE with 1.7 million and Poland's Zue S.A.

The Belgrade Land Development Public Agency should disclose which company has been awarded the contract by March 10, 2017.

The deadline for the completion of works is 420 days from the possession of the site, which means that the Cukarica and the New Belgrade coasts will be linked by railway in 2018.

The works entail laying down tram tracks on the Ada Bridge, north and south structures, to be incorporated in the current railway construction, as well as the reconstruction of the current bridge components and the accompanying infrastructure.

The new two-track tram railway will have a total length of 2,700 meters with connections to the current network, and around 1,000 meters of the current tram network will be developed.

The laying down of tram tracks on the Ada Bridge will enable tram transportation in all directions between New Belgrade, Rakovica, Banovo Brdo and the city's center.
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Old March 13th, 2017, 05:32 AM   #587
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Potentially some life-saving news for the city's trolleybus system - while Moscow plans to phase them out by 2020, could a domestically built one improve the fortunes of Belgrade's network?


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GSP Beograd plans to purchase three electric buses in 2017 – Possible procurement of new trolleys as well

Thursday, 02/23/2017|15:58 | Source: Blic

GSP Beograd plans to buy three electric buses in 2017, as well as service trucks and tractors. The previous procurement notice contains 192 items, mostly components and equipment and three electric buses.

GPS reveals that this is a part of the project of expanding the pedestrian zone in the city's center.

– The procurement of these vehicles is a part of a great reconstruction of the city's center, that is, a project of implementing a pedestrian zone in the span from the Republic Square to Kalemegdan, which is being prepared by the city authorities – GSP said.

The expansion of the pedestrian zone entails new bypass routes on Dorcol in Dunavska Street, but providing access to trolleys is very complicated due to the network, which is why City Manager Goran Vesic earlier announced the introduction of electric buses to the city's center.

GSP Beograd is also seriously considering procuring new trolleys.

A Maz vehicle, assembled at the Kragujevac-based company Vulovic Transport, should be put into operation this spring. It will be tested for six months, after which GSP Beograd will consider its potential purchase in agreement with the city authorities.
I for one would definitely miss Belgrade's trolleybuses...

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Work has begun on rehabilitating a section of Belgrade's railway track that will, upon completion, see it become an added section of the city's modest commuter rail service...

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Source: Xinhua| 2017-03-30

BELGRADE, March 30 (Xinhua) -- Construction works on the rehabilitation of a 7.5-km rail line here by the Chinese rail firm China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) was officially launched here on Thursday.

The contract for the 23.8-million-euro (25.6 million U.S. dollars) project to fix part of the Belgrade railway's infrastructure was signed on Jan. 5 between Serbian Railways Infrastructure and CCECC. Project completion is expected in March 2018.

Serbian Railway Infrastructure general director Dusan Garibovic said the project would provide a necessary exit from the Belgrade railway to the south, and connect it with two railways, one leading towards Montenegro and the other to the city of Nis. [/b]The works will also improve the functioning of Belgrade's local train, BG:Voz[/b]

Serbian minister of construction, transport and infrastructure, Zorana Mihajlovic, said that "each kilometer of railway that is being reconstructed in Serbia in the past two years has brought more passengers and cargo on country's railways, and more money for the development of Serbian Railways and Serbia as a whole."

The is the first project by the CCECC in Serbia and is financed from a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), she said.

Mihajlovic said that the segment of the railway network to be reconstructed had not been touched for more than 30 years, but that the government plan was to have this and similar parts modernized.

The project, which includes a power grid, platforms and stations on the 7.5-km stretch of railway will increase the capacities of the Belgrade railway node. Construction works will not interfere with the normal operation of the railway, Serbian Railways stated.

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Old April 30th, 2017, 05:29 AM   #590
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If they decide on sh*tty French proprietary "metro" a public lynching is in order.
There will be no French crap in Serbia ... looks like the metro will be built by Chinese.



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Construction of subway in Belgrade to start by 2019
Posted on 28/04/2017 by Snezana Bjelotomic in Economy


Construction of a subway in Belgrade will start by 2019, said Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali on his official visit to China where he met with the Mayor of Shanghai, Ying Yong.

On the occasion, Mali and Yong signed a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation between the City of Belgrade and the City of Shanghai which entails cooperation in business, education, culture, sports, environmental protection and tourism which is very important for both Belgrade and Serbia in the light of the fact that direct flights between Belgrade and Bejing are expected to be established soon.

“This is a very important agreement for us. We are continuing to cooperate with large cities around the world, and undoubtedly Shanghai is one of the biggest and fastest developing cities in the world. It is important for Belgrade to learn from other big cities. In regard to spatial planning, ecology, and traffic, Shanghai has already stepped into the 22nd century”, Belgrade Mayor said.

He added that. 20 years ago, Shanghai had only 5km of subway tracks, while today it has 650km and is the biggest subway in the world.

“They have managed to overcome great challenges and this is something that awaits Belgrade too. We want to build new bridges and new tunnels and develop a subway which we are going to start constructing within the next two years”, Mali added

On their first day of the official visit to China, Belgrade delegation also saw a presentation of electrical buses that are produced in China. The Belgrade Mayor said that Belgrade already had five of such buses, and that the plan was to purchase 80 more.


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Old April 30th, 2017, 10:21 AM   #591
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Work has begun on rehabilitating a section of Belgrade's railway track that will, upon completion, see it become an added section of the city's modest commuter rail service...

Donji grad station will be part of these plans?
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Old April 30th, 2017, 04:58 PM   #592
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No, I do not believe so - the particular line where Belgrade-Main (the current main station), Belgrade-Lower Town (Donji grad) and Belgrade-Danube stations are is not part of the commuter rail (BG:Voz) infrastructure.

The entire line might be defunct soon, according to their plans.
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Old April 30th, 2017, 04:59 PM   #593
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Old May 31st, 2017, 07:50 AM   #594
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Russia could take part in Belgrade metro project

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Russia is interested in taking part in the construction of the Belgrade metro, the head of the international economic relations department of the City of Moscow, Sergey Cheremin, said after a meeting with Belgrade mayor Sinisa Mali. Belgrade would like to build its underground railway system in cooperation with Russian partners, Sinisa Mali added.

“I hope that our companies, that have many years of experience in building complex metro systems, not only on the territory of the former Soviet Union, but also in other countries, will participate in the construction of the Belgrade metro,” Sergey Cheremin said.

Sinisa Mali and Moscow mayor Sergey Sobyanin signed a contract for cooperation between the governments of the capital cities of Serbia and Russia for the period 2018-2020.

Belgrade city authorities have developed a master plan for the Belgrade Metro project and are working on a feasibility study. The construction of the metro line is expected to begin at the end of 2018 if all preconditions are met.
https://www.railwaypro.com/wp/russia...metro-project/
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Belarussian company eyes delivery of 60 electric buses to Belgrade - report

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BELGRADE (Serbia), May 31 (SeeNews) - Belarussian state-run manufacturer of electric vehicles for public transport Belkommunmash hopes to deliver 60 electric buses to Serbia's capital Belgrade, Belarussian media reported on Wednesday.

Belkommunmash has already delivered an electric bus to Belgrade, which is currently being tested, Belarussian news agency BELTA quoted Minsk City Executive Committee member Nikolay Rogashtuk as saying at a news conference in Minsk.

"Our main competitors are companies from China. Chinese electric buses are also being tested in Belgrade," Rogashtuk noted.

The main advantage of the electric buses manufactured by Belkommunmash is their price, he added.

Earlier this month, Belgrade mayor Sinisa Mali said the city government aims to buy ten electric buses of Chinese manufacturer Higer Bus, in addition to the five it has already purchased from the Chinese firm.
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Old June 5th, 2017, 02:57 PM   #596
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There will be no French crap in Serbia ... looks like the metro will be built by Chinese.
Nearly every Chinese metro train uses French technology by Alstom! I hope you can sleep well...
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Old June 6th, 2017, 12:24 AM   #597
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Belkommunmash has already delivered an electric bus to Belgrade, which is currently being tested
lmao, this is not true. MAZ has delivered trolleybus (103T) for testing

http://www.gspbeograd.net/viewtopic....rt=550#p169745
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Old June 6th, 2017, 04:21 AM   #598
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понедељак, 5. јун 2017.
Састанком два градоначелника почели „Дани Минска у Београду“

ће бити и прилика да провозамо и електро-аутобусе који су поводом ове манифестације из Белорусије стигли у српску престоницу – истакао је Мали и додао да ће сутра бити организован и велики пословни форум коме ће присуствовати пословни људи из Србије и Белорусије.

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Yeah, bus arrived yesterday -.-
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Nearly every Chinese metro train uses French technology by Alstom! I hope you can sleep well...
French standard trains welcome. French propriety technologies like Translohr or VAL are not.
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