Nieuwe kilometers Kroatische snelwegen

Nieuwe kilometers Kroatische snelwegen
Kroatië bouwt verder aan zijn netwerk moderne verkeerswegen. Onlangs werden twee nieuwe stukken geopend: het 9,8 km lange deel Ravča-Vrgorac in Dalmatië, op de A-1 Zagreb-Split- Dubrovnik én het 50 km lange traject van Kanfara - Umag op de zogenaamde Ypsilon in Istrië.

Met de in gebruikname van het traject Ravča-Vrgorac is de snelweg A-1 nu in totaal 467 km lang. Voor volgend jaar is de aanleg gepland van het traject tot aan Ploče en daarna zal de snelweg worden doorgetrokken tot aan Dubrovnik in het uiterste zuiden.
De tol voor het stuk Ravča-Vrgorac zal vier kuna bedragen en voor Zagreb-Vrgorac 191 kuna voor het autoverkeer.

Het traject Kanfanar-Umag kwam acht maanden voor de deadline klaar. De gehele Ypsilon komt volgens planning in 2014 gereed. In oktober dit jaar wordt de bouw van het 18 km lange deel Kanfanar-Rogovići voltooid.

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