Source: eKapija | Friday, 21.08.2020.| 10:54
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Traffic Route from Kosutnjak to Ada Bridge by 2022 – Tendering Procedure in April 2021

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The deputy mayor of Belgrade, Goran Vesic, has stated that the works on the reconstruction of Patrijarha Pavla Blvd are going as planned.

Vesic added that works were being carried out in the zone of the intersection with Pere Velimirovica Street at the moment.

– The traffic has increased a bit now in that location, because there are works in Pere Velimirovica Street, which is closed for traffic. Due to these works, a bypass route is being used – Vesic said for Beogradska Hronika.

He added that the project for the new phase of works from Kosutnjak to the Ada Bridge was being prepared.

– The project will be finished by April 1 and the tendering procedure will open then. The construction deadline is seven months and the entire traffic route in the extension of the Ada Bridge will be finished by January 2022 – said Vesic.

He specified that the traffic route will go down the rail corridor around the Topcider Park.

– We will then have a traffic route with four lanes, going around the Topcider Park and meeting directly with Patrijarha Pavla Blvd, all the way to Pere Velimirovica Street. This is indeed a huge project, but once the works are done it will be a great relief for all the residents of Rakovica, but also of the whole Belgrade – Vesic said, as reported by Beoinfo.
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