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Well, with work on the northern branch of Corridor 10 nearing completion, construction should now intensify on Corridor 11 ...

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A big big big plea, to all...

there is no corridor 11! That motorway simply has no name/number yet (Belgrade-Southern Adria is the most appropriate) since whether in Serbia nor in Montenegro motorways are numbered specially, they carry (if existing) a highway number (Like M1 or M22 in Serbia) plus an E number (which isnt really important in other parts of Europe).

Those corridors (10 existing, not 11, thats just a thought by politicians from Montenegro & Serbia) are made for "naming" some important traffic connections between eastern and western Europe. All those "corridors" which correctly have to be numbered with roman numbers (!) contain any kind of traffic (railway, river, road), so its absloutely inappropriate to call a motorway by them.

More information about those "PAN-corridors" which all finish at the first city in western Europe can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan-European_corridors

if someone knows german, this article is much better:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paneuropäische_Verkehrskorridore

So i hope the international forums will be spared of this stupidness from now on...

@CrazySerb thanks alot for those amazing pictures and updates, im just getting sick of those corridors :cheers:

is it done, the Dimitrovgrad bypass. It would be 5 km or so and should be possible to build in 1 year.
No, it isnt finished, on this site (again those stupid corridors :bash: ) is more:

http://www.koridor10.rs/index.php?mod=static&id=1157

@radi6404 i assume you understand a bit serbian on that site, if not, klick on the union jack
 

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A big big big plea, to all...

there is no corridor 11! That motorway simply has no name/number yet (Belgrade-Southern Adria is the most appropriate) since whether in Serbia nor in Montenegro motorways are numbered specially, they carry (if existing) a highway number (Like M1 or M22 in Serbia) plus an E number (which isnt really important in other parts of Europe).

Those corridors (10 existing, not 11, thats just a thought by politicians from Montenegro & Serbia) are made for "naming" some important traffic connections between eastern and western Europe. All those "corridors" which correctly have to be numbered with roman numbers (!) contain any kind of traffic (railway, river, road), so its absloutely inappropriate to call a motorway by them.

More information about those "PAN-corridors" which all finish at the first city in western Europe can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan-European_corridors

if someone knows german, this article is much better:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paneuropäische_Verkehrskorridore

So i hope the international forums will be spared of this stupidness from now on...
Totally agree with you :eek:kay:
 

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Well, corridor XI officially does not exist ... and this road is also referred as Ibar Highway, after the river Ibar that flows only south of city of Kraljevo.
(Belgrade is more than 100 km north from Kraljevo)
 

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Beska Bridge opens on October 3
01. October 2011. | 10:32

Source: Tanjug

The new Beska Bridge, on the north part of Corridor 10 near Beska, will open for traffic on October 3, the Public Enterprise Roads of Serbia released in a statement.

The new Beska Bridge, on the north part of Corridor 10 near Beska, will open for traffic on October 3, the Public Enterprise Roads of Serbia released in a statement.

The bridge long 2,205 meters, with the projected lifetime of 125 years, is called 'twin bridge,' since it was built less than five

meters away from the old Beska Bridge. It represents the latest technology in bridge construction, and it was built by construction company Alpine.

The existing old bridge, which was designed by Branko Zezelj and built in 1975, will still be used for traffic. The old bridge, which was 2.5 km long when constructed, was the longest bridge in Europe at the time. However, it was partly destroyed during NATO bombardment and after that shortened, now being 2,205 m long, the same as the new one.
 

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Soon to be completed,just around 2015,after tunnels being finished,the contract has just been signed few weeks ago,surplas 2 years,some delay,2015.
 

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Congratulations, last 4 years I have traveled this road to Turkey, one year to get better, and now the bridge and highway finished, YES :cheers:.... It will be fantastic when the Belgrade ring road is finished, there has been very positive in serbia last 5 years, all countries were just as fast to build roads as serbia.:lol:
 

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According to this article in Serbian: Radio Television of Serbia they will

У наредном периоду, требало би да буде завршена и реконструкција старог моста са приступним путевима, па ће после отварања новог моста стари бити у једном периоду затворен због радова.
"In the upcoming period the reconstruction of the old bridge and its linking roads should be finished, therefore after the opening of the new bridge the old one will be closed for a while due to works."
 

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Btw, can anyone provide any informations when the interrupted works around Novi Sad will be set up again? Here the motorway is far away from finished... somewhere i read that a gas pipeline has to be displaced in order to finish the motorway?
 
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