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Old August 18th, 2005, 11:13 AM   #1
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New bridge over Sava River at Ada Ciganlija

The Belgrade city government has announced a public announcement for the collection of offers by way of competition for the completion of an ideal project for the bridge over the Sava river at Ada Ciganlija. This bridge represents the most important element of the future Belgrade traffic network, which is the inner half-ring road, which stretches from New Belgrade to the Pancevo bridge.

The competition also seeks to obtain the completion of a feasibility study, study of its effect on living standards, and the strategy for the part of the inner half-ring road from ul. Omladinskih Brigada to ul. Paštroviceva.

The first place award was given to Ponting from Maribor, which was partnered DDC from Ljubljana and the Centre for Roads Vojvodina from Novi Sad. This bridge towers at 200 metres.







The second place prizes were awarded to Gradis Biro from Mariboro, which was partnered with the Institute for Roads in Belgrade.



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Old August 18th, 2005, 02:39 PM   #2
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Yeah, we talked about this before. Great bridge, so elegant and simple
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Seems quite good, I just hope it's not going to mess up the relaxed atmosphere at the Ada. Is it at the north end or what? If you know, it would be good if you could mark it on a map of BGD
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Seems quite good, I just hope it's not going to mess up the relaxed atmosphere at the Ada. Is it at the north end or what? If you know, it would be good if you could mark it on a map of BGD
Here are two aerial view of its placement:




Anyways just to keep everyone informed, the detailed urban plan for Belgrade is currently being editted to include among other things the new path of the bridge since the original plan was for the bridge to cross at a different point. More information can be found here: http://beobuild.be.funpic.de/index.p...strana=reports. The changes will be accepted within the next few weeks. In addition, the project information is being displayed to the public for several months until October. This public display is part of the study on its effect on the environment and public as requested by the European Union. Once both the urban plan changes and study are completed, construction will be able to start.
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