Source: Beta | Monday, 07.03.2022.| 14:04
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Disassembly of 435 Kilometers of Old Railways in Serbia Begins in Senta

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At the Senta railway station, on the Senta - Kanjiza railway, the works on the disassembly of 435 kilometers of old railways in Serbia, which have not been used for decades, have begun, the company Serbian Railways Infrastructure announced today.

The disassembly of 17 kilometers of the Senta – Kanjiza railway, closed for railway traffic since 1978, is planned, while at the same time, the disassembly of 14.3 kilometers of the Petrovaradin – Beocin railway, which hasn’t been operational since 2007, is beginning.

In the next two years, the following railways will also be disassembled: Becej - Senta (35.8 kilometers), Secanj - Jasa Tomic (10.36), Sombor - Backi Breg (25.33), Sombor - Ridjica (28.11), Vladimirovac - Kovin (40.9), Becej - Vrbas (36.92), Zrenjanin factory - Vrsac (81.2), Horgos - Kanjiza (13.51), Karavukovo - Bac (13.4), Zabalj - Becej section Curug - Becej (31), Kikinda - Banatsko Arandjelovo (32.91), Sombor - Apatin factory (21.6), Sopot Pozarevacki - Kostolac (32 kilometers).

As said, these are railways “whose functioning and maintenance were in no way cost-effective, and any new investments or repairs are not justified in either economic of transportation terms”.

By disassembling and removing old rail infrastructure capacities, Serbian Railways Infrastructure will free around 590 hectares of land in the infrastructural and railway belt in 26 municipalities in Serbia, which the local self-governments will be able to use for a variety of purposes, in line with their needs.

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