Source: eKapija | Sunday, 23.10.2022.| 15:27
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Third Section of Morava Corridor Gets to Technical Inspections Stage – Permits for Moving of Remaining Utility Infrastructure Expected

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The PE Corridors of Serbia has opened the public procurement of the technical inspection for Sector 3 of the E761 highway Pojate-Preljina (Morava Corridor).

The third section of the Morava Corridor from Adrani to Preljina encompasses a length of 30.66 km within two subsections – subsection 8 from Adrani to Mrcajevci and subsection 9 from Mrcajevci to Preljina.

According to the technical specification of the tender, the subject of the technical inspection are the works on the construction of the 3rd section of the Morava Corridor, the works on the hydrotechnical regulation of the West Morava, the works on the construction of the Digital Corridor and the works on the moving of the installations – the utility infrastructure.

The documentation says that the permits for the works on the moving of the electrical energy infrastructure, which is in collision with the construction of the highway, have already been obtained, and that approvals for other collisions which concern the moving of line infrastructure facilities and the existing sewer and water networks are expected.

Two de-leveled intersections are planned on the route – Adrani (km 80+950) and Preljina (km 107+263), 15 bridges, 4 overpasses, 10 underpasses, 17 culverts and 2 toll booths.

Also, according to the tender, on the 3rd section, the length of the hydrotechnical works amounts to 37.6 km, of which 15 river bend crossings (construction of a new West Morava river bed), along with shorter flow sections between the planned crossings on which regulation works on the existing bed are envisaged.

It is reminded that the Morava Corridor will be a digital highway and that, therefore, for the purposes of optical connecting of the planned toll booths, features at rests and parking lots, traffic signalization and mobile telephony base stations within the highway itself, the construction of a cable sewer with the equipment necessary for the establishment of the digital corridor system, is planned.

The tender is open until November 28.

As announced earlier by the competent minister, Tomislav Momirovic, the first section of the Morava Corridor could open to traffic in mid-December, and the whole highway should be completed in three years.

Take a look at our info map Construction of Highways and Fast Roads in Serbia and the Region.

B. P.

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