The new Belgrade port will be built in Krnjaca - The bulk cargo terminal will cover an area of 37.6 ha

Source: eKapija Tuesday, 26.07.2022. 08:25
(Photo: Urbanistički zavod Beograda/Urbanistički projekat, terminal za rasute terete, screenshot)
Acting on the initiative of the Port Management Agency, the Urban Planning Institute of Belgrade developed an urban project for the construction of a bulk cargo terminal for the new Belgrade port.

A bulk cargo terminal is planned on the left bank of the Danube, at the river kilometer km 1161+800, downstream from the existing Port of Belgrade and the Pancevacki bridge, more accurately in Krnjaca.

It will occupy an area of ​​around 37.6 ha, and the total width of the water area will be 230 m.

The following facilities are planned within the terminal: an operational shore, a raw material dump, sub-terminals for separating sand and gravel, sub-terminals for concrete aggregate and concrete asphalt bases, traffic areas, a corridor for the passage of railway tracks and green areas (20% minimum).

Among the facilities, an administrative building will be constructed, together with control and access facility and 12 facilities for port operators, as well as 88 parking spaces for passenger cars and 41 for trucks.

Beside the content critical to the port's primary activity, the area of ​​the port terminal can also be used for various compatible purposes - public services (customs, tax administration offices, etc.), areas for economic zones (warehouses), commercial facilities, etc.

The construction of the planned contents within the port terminal should be preceded by filling the ground in order to protect it against possible flooding.

A Feasibility Study for the construction of a bulk cargo terminal in the port of Belgrade has also been carried out. In its conclusion, the Study states that the terminal construction will not result in significant changes in the hydraulic regime, from the aspect of the existing level of flood protection on the left bank of the Danube.

When it comes to traffic areas, the terminal area is connected to the wider city traffic network via the planned road, which will form a surface intersection with the Pancevacki road.

Also, the Belgrade-Pancevo railroad passes about 3 km away to the north, from which an industrial track is planned to pass north of the future bulk cargo terminal. The previously planned parts of the industrial track (with two sections) on the south side of the embankment have been cancelled.

An internal sewage network is planned within the complex. Until the expansion of the city's sewage network, the removal of used water from the site in question can be solved through a local plant for the purification of used water, after which the water is released into the inundation of the Danube, according to the project, which is open for public inspection from July 28 to August 5.

We would like to point out that, regarding the construction of the new port of Belgrade and its location, in an interview with eKapija, Assistant Minister for Water Transport Veljko Kovacevic named a location 10 km upstream from the Pupin bridge, a location in Krnjaca, and Port Pancevo as possible locations for the Belgrade port.

B. P.

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