The PE Roads of Serbia has opened the tender for the preparation of the planning-technical documentation for the construction of the IB-grade fast route Ostruznica-Obrenovac. The job is worth RSD 166.7 million.
According to the program task, the route of the future state road is of importance within the road network of Serbia. The corridor of said fast route stretches in the space between the IA-grade state road A1 and the IA-grade state road A2. The route partially matches the IB-grade state road no. 26. The route is around 14.5 km long.
The framework of the Spatial Plan covers parts of the territories of the city municipalities of Cukarica, New Belgrade and Obrenovac, with the accompanying cadaster municipalities along the entire corridor.
The estimated speed is 100 km/h, and the road will have 4 lanes with a width of 3.50 meters each.
It is noted that, within the engineering-geological and geotechnical requirements, recommendations need to be provided for the amelioration of the active and potential landslides, especially the large and deep active landslides on the Umka-Duboko-Baric stretch, where additional geotechnical explorations are required.
Additional research, as pointed out, is also needed in those parts of the terrain where the plan is for the route to pass and where side structures such as bridges, interchanges and other engineering structures are to be built and where the route will pass across the tall embankments across the ground in Pecanske Bare, with a weak load-bearing capacity, and the deep cuts along Ostruznica ridge.
– The previous explorations have shown that the realization of this hydro-technical effort is a serious and complex task, so all the parameters of the solution need to be examined in detail, first on the study level – the project task says.
The tender lasts until November 18, and more details can be found HERE