The Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure of Serbia has put the spatial plan of the special-purpose area of the infrastructure corridor of IB-grade fast routes Golubac-Donji Milanovac-Brza Palanka and Kladovo-Negotin up for early public inspection.
This corridor, also called the Djerdap Corridor, is a continuation of the Danube Corridor, which will stretch from the Pozarevac Interchange to Golubac.
It will cover the territories of the municipalities of Golubac, Majdanpek, Kladovo and Negotin and stretch from the planned connection with the Danube Corridor near Golubac, eastward through the Djerdap Gorge to Donji Milanovac, where it exits the gorge and goes to Brza Palanka, from where it forks toward Kladovo and Negotin.
The length of the fast route from Golubac to Brza Palanka will be around 89.32 km, to Kladovo and Negotin 54.22 km, and the total length of the corridor will be 143.54 km, according to the plan.
An estimated speed of 80 km/h (on the hilly terrain) to 100 km/h is planned for the entire length of the fast routes.