Germany's Phoenix Group
closes the top 10
with its logistics center in Simanovci, worth EUR 15 million.
The construction of underground garages
in Belgrade takes the 11th spot
. The invitation for concessionaires is open until January 31, and we should soon see whether there are interested parties and who they are.
The 12th spot
belongs to an investment in Krusevac worth RSD 250 million – the construction of the Rosulje Airport
. Once the works are completed, Krusevac will get an airport with the reference code 2B. It is meant for instrumental flights, with the possibility of carrying out cargo flights as well. The Nikola Tesla Airport is also aiding the construction of Rosulje
Another logistics center attracted your attention, the project by M&B Trans, which placed 13th
Our readers found Ponikve (14th spot
) interesting once again. The development of the airport in Uzice entails the construction of a hotel, small production facilities
... It remains to be seen what will be realized and when. Chinese companies are among potential partners in this project
Serbia's mountain ace also placed on the list – by the next ski season, Kopaonik should get a garage and a heliport
. The value of this investment, which takes the 15th spot
, amounts to around EUR 3 million.
The development of passenger terminals
, one of the strategic plans which will help local tourist workers to increase their income, placed 16th
The 17th spot
belongs to the newly opened toll booth in Vrcin
, which has increased the capacity of the highway by 40%.
The protocol on the construction of the Novi Sad-Zrenjanin-Borca traffic route
was signed in October, placing 18th
on our list.
Belgrade should pay more attention to environmental protection in the upcoming years, and the plan is for it to also get electric buses. This idea placed 19th
on our list of the most read articles.
We round up the top 20
with the issue of the completion of Corridor 10
. The year 2017 has passed, and the works are still not completed, the deadlines keep getting extended... The latest piece of news arrives from the Grdelica Gorge, where the paving of the Predejane tunnel has just begun, since the construction season has been extended thanks to the mild winter. We can only hope that, by the next retrospective, we will no longer have to ask who is to blame for the delays and that all the works will finally be completed.