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Ministry of Capital Investments Republic of Serbia. Capital Investments on Corridor X Southeast European Multimodal Transport & Trade Facilitation Forum Alexandroupolis, December 2004 . Corridor X Road Infrastructure. Total length 2360 km Through S erbia - 800 km or 34%.

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ministry of capital investments republic of serbia

Ministry of Capital Investments Republic of Serbia

Capital Investments

on Corridor X

Southeast European Multimodal Transport &

Trade Facilitation Forum

Alexandroupolis, December 2004

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Corridor X

Road Infrastructure

Total length2360 km

Through Serbia - 800 km or 34%

Corridor X: Salzburg – Ljubljana – Zagreb – Beograd – Niš – Skoplje – Thessaloniki

Branch A: Graz – Maribor – Zagreb

Branch B: Budapest – Novi Sad – Beograd

BranchC: Niš – Sofia –Istanbul via corr. IV Branch D: Veles – Bitola – Florina – Via Egnatia

road network
Road Network
  • Serbia covers 48423 km, thereof about 18000 km main roads (380 km highways & 165 km of semi-highways) and 30000 km of local roads
  • The current value of the existing road network is about 15 bill. €
  • Network density is 43.9 km/100 km²
  • On 40% of main roads and 60% of local roads bearing capacity less than allowed
  • Road Construction Sector employs about 23000 workers
  • The developed OECD countries spend for maintenance between 15000 & 45000 US$ per 1 km of road, Serbia 570 US$ (26 times less)
  • For urgent intervention 5 billion US$ are required, and extra 1.7 billion US$ to complete the existing highway construction program
sources of investments loans
Sources of Investments - Loans

EBRD – 76 mil. €

  • Reconstruction of 490 km roads
  • Sections:
      • Batocina-Doljevac (150 km)
      • Pecenjevce-Macedonioan border (92 km)
      • Stavica-Nevade (19 km)
      • Stepojevac-Preljina-Cacak (98 km)
      • Niska Banja-Bulgarian border (68 km)
      • Mataruska Banja-Ribarici (63 km)

EIB – 37 mil. €

  • Agreement for Urgent infrastructure rehabilitation (main roads) signed in December 2001.
  • First disbursement was in Jun 2002. – 20 mil eur
  • Second disbursement was in December 2002. – 10 mil eur
sources of investments loans1
Sources of Investments - Loans

EIB – 95 mil. €

  • Agreement for Rehabilitation road infrastructure on Corridor X signed in June 2002.
  • Reconstruction of 374 km roads and elimination of 29 black spots (more than 5 accidents per year)
  • Sections:
      • Cantavir-Novi Sad (82 km)
      • Croatian border-Belgrade (130 km)
      • Pozarevac-Batocina (51 km)
      • Pancevo-Banatski Karlovac (37 km)
      • Rzav-Gostun (94 km)
investments goals
Investments Goals
  • Increase of the Direct Income
  • Increase of the Indirect Income
  • Preserving and Increasing the value of the road network
  • Increasing economical growth and the increase of the quality of transport
investments goals1
Investments Goals
  • Meeting EU standards in the domain of environment and transport
  • Increasing transport safety, decreasing fatality rate, the disabled and injuries as well as the reduction of material damages
corridor x
Corridor X

Ring Road“Beograd”(46.7km)

520 mil.€Construction sections

Ongoing

corridor x1
Corridor X
  • Batrovci – Beograd (104km) 18,5 mil. €

Rehabilitation of the existing road-

Finished

  • “Zmaj” – Bubanj Potok (19km) 10 mil. €

Rehabilitation of the existing road-

Ongoing

  • Bubanj Potok – Pozarevac (46.1km) 14 mil.€

Rehabilitation of the existing road

Ongoing

corridor x2
Corridor X
  • Pozarevac – Batocina (51km) 15,2 mil. €

Rehabilitation of the existing road

Ongoing

  • Batocina – Doljevac (150km) 20 mil.€

Rehabilitation of the existing road

Ongoing

  • Pecenjevce – Grabovnica (23.2km) 37 mil.€

Construction

Ongoing

corridor x3
Corridor X
  • Levosoje – Makedonija (21km) 33 mil.€

Construction

Ongoing

  • Vladičin Han – Levosoje (46km) 257 mil.€Construction of the Second Side

Ongoing

  • Komren – Prosek (13,6km) 10 mil.€

Construction

Ongoing

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Corridor X-Branch B

  • Horgos-Novi Sad (126 km) 104 mil.€

Construction of the second side of the motorway-Planned

  • Novi Sad – Beograd (70 km)30 mil.€

Construction of the second side of the motorway-Ongoing

  • Novi Sad – Beograd (70 km) 17 mil.€

Rehabilitation of the existing road

Planned

corridor x branch b
Corridor X - Branch B
  • Bridge over the Danube at Beska(2.2km)

45 mil.€

Construction of the Second Bridge

Planned

  • Batajnica – Crossroads T6 (7.8km)

2,6 mil.€

Rehabilitation of the existing road

Planned

corridor x branch c
Corridor X - Branch C

Prosek - Dimitrovgrad (96km) 450 mil.€

Construction

Planned

donations managed by ear
Donations Managed by EAR

Programfor 2001

  • Border crossingHorgos 5 mil. €

Programfor 2002

  • Infrastructure
    • Sloboda Bridge in Novi Sad 44 mil. €
    • Border crossingHorgos – the second phase 5 mil. €
    • Border crossingBatrovci4 mil. €
    • Capacity building of customs services 0,7 mil. €
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Corridor X

Railway

Infrastructure

Through Serbia 767 km or 32%

Corridor X: (Croatia) – Sid – Beograd – Nis – Presevo – (Makedonija) – 519 km

Corridor X – Branch B: (Beograd) – Novi Sad – Subotica – (Hungary) – 144 km

Corridor X – Branch C: Nis – Dimitrovgrad – (Bulgaria) – 104 km

railway network
Railway Network
  • Railway length is 3808 km, thereof 3533 km single-track and 275 km double-track, of which 27% electrified
  • The current value of the existing rail network is about 12 % of total ownership of the Republic of Serbia
  • On 42.8% of total railway length allowed speed is up to 60 km/h
  • On 11.3% of total railway length allowed speed is up to 60-80 km/h
  • On 45.9% of total railway length allowed speed is up to 80-100 km/h
  • On total railway network length, there are 136 slow-run speeds
  • Rail Company employs about 27000 workers
  • Target for reconstruction per year is 5 % (150 km) of total railway network, now Serbia reconstructs 40 km per year (past three years), or 3.7 times less
  • For urgent intervention 500 mil. Euro are required
sources of investments loans2
Sources of Investments - Loans

EBRD – 57 mil. € - from 2002

Purpose:

      • Locomotives supply - 25 mil. €
      • Maintenance railway mechanization - 22 mil. €
      • Social program - 10 mil. €

EIB – 70 mil. € - from 2002

  • Section Kusadak - Velika Plana (L = 21.97 km) railway Beograd – Nis
  • Section Cortanovci – Petrovaradin (L = 15.0 km) railway Beograd – Subotica
  • Section Dimitrovgrad – border with Bulgaria (L = 7.15 km) railway Nis– Dimitrovgrad
  • Section Resnik – Valjevo (L = 41.0 km) railway Beograd – Bar
  • Reconstruction of slow spots on Corridor X railway and part of railway section Beograd – Bar
corridor x4
Corridor X
  • Section Kusadak-Velika Plana (21.9 km)

16,4 mil.€

Reconstruction section-increased speed on 120km/h and axle load on 22.5 t

Finished

corridor x branch c nis dimitrovgrad
Corridor X-Branch C Nis-Dimitrovgrad
  • Widening and reconstruction of 6 tunnels and 22 bridges-UIC C gauge

(tunnels finished,

bridges-ongoing)

corridor x branch c dimitrovgrad border with bulgaria
Corridor X-Branch C Dimitrovgrad-border with Bulgaria
  • Reconstruction and electrification of the Railway line Dimitrovgrad-border with Bulgaria 7.15 km
  • Reconstruction of the Railway Station Dimitrovgrad-in the near future Joint Railway Border station with Bulgaria

Total cost 15,9 mil. €

corridor x5
Corridor X
  • Belgrade-Sid Corridor X

Section Nova Pazova-Stara Pazova

(15 km) 5,5 mil. €

Capital repair-

Finished

  • Belgrade-Subotica X - Branch B

Section Cortanovci-Petrovaradin

(15 km) 13,4 mil. €

Capital repair-

Ongoing

bridges on corridor x branch b novi sad
Bridges on Corridor X-Branch BNovi Sad

Temporary

Road-Railway Bridge

Destroyed “Zezelj” Bridge

bridges on corridor x branch b novi sad1
Bridges on Corridor X-Branch BNovi Sad

New Varadin Bridge

Destroyed Varadin Bridge

bridges on corridor x branch b novi sad2
Bridges on Corridor X-Branch BNovi Sad

Temporary

Bridge on Barges

Novi Sad

“Sloboda” Bridge

Novi Sad

bridges on corridor x branch b belgrade novisad
Bridges on Corridor X-Branch BBelgrade-NoviSad

New “Beska” Bridge

Destroyed “Beska” Bridge

bridges on corridor x ring road belgrade
Bridges on Corridor X Ring Road “Belgrade”

Destroyed “Ostruznica”

Railway bridge

“Ostruznica” Road Bridge

railway project proposals new eib loan for 2005 60 mil
Railway Project Proposals New EIB Loanfor 2005 - 60 mil.
  • Beograd-Sid Corridor X

Capital repair and modernization section

Batajnica-Stara Pazova-Golubinci -15,4 mil. €

  • Beograd-Nis Corridor X

Modernization double-track section

Jovac-Cuprija – 19,3 mil. €

  • Nis-Dimitrovgrad Corridor X – Branch C

Capital repair and modernization section

Nis-Dimitrovgrad – 25,3 mil. €

railway project proposals new ebrd loan for 2005 58 8 mil
Railway Project Proposals New EBRD Loanfor 2005 – 58,8 mil.€

Development of the railway rolling stock:

  • Reconstruction 2000 freight cars

45,55 mil. €

  • Reconstruction 30 shunting diesel locomotives

12,0 mil. €

  • Procurement and installation of the lathe for maintenance of running gear wheels

1,25 mil. €

intermodal transport investments
Intermodal Transport Investments
  • Feasibility Study on Establishing “Serbiakombi”, financed by Austrian Government
  • Feasibility Study on Intermodal Solutions for Competitive Transport in Serbia (IMOD-X), financed by Norwegian Government
  • Capacity Building for the Ministry of Capital Investments (particularly, Department for Intermodal Transport), donation managed by EAR
  • Twinning project for the Ministry of Capital Investments (particularly, Department for Intermodal Transport), donation managed by EAR
  • Institutional Study on Restructuring Serbian Railway Company (ZTP “Beograd”), financed by French Government
intermodal transport activities
Intermodal Transport Activities
  • AGTC Agreement is in ratification process in Serbia and Montenegro
  • Parameters and standards from AGTC Agreement shall be targets for construction and reconstruction of Serbian railway infrastructure
  • Several hundreds of heavy freight road vehicles are in transit through Serbia every day
  • Reroute of this transit to intermodal (hucke-pack and Ro-Ro) transportation system should provide significant environmental, economical, safety and other results to reduce noise, water and soil pollution in transportation areas
  • Construction Ro-La terminals on Corridor X
  • Widening of tunnels and bridges on Corridor X – UIC C gauge
future activities and projects 1
Future Activities and Projects (1)
  • Road, railway and intermodal transport network has been designed and constructed as an integral part of the European transport routes
  • Transport policy of our country is directed towards development of intermodal transport systems which have been already considerably used in Europe, especially due to an overloaded road transport
  • During the previous year, significant investments as loans from EBRD and EIB have been realized. Long-term investments originating from private companies through concession arrangements with domestic and foreign investors are also anticipated for the future
future activities and projects 2
Future Activities and Projects (2)
  • Traffic infrastructure in Serbia is exclusively owned by the state.However, through changes of regulations the participation of the foreign capital in construction, reconstruction and use of certain sections of roads in Serbia is expected to come into life.
  • According to the Law on Concessions, concessions would be awarded for construction, maintenance and use of roads, public railway infrastructure, facilities for air traffic, equipment and airport, facilities for waterway transport, in one word-for overall infrastructure.
conclusions

Conclusions

The development economy of our country depends on expected capital investments and support by IFI, permanent development and modernisation of the traffic infrastructure.

Modern road, railway and intermodal transport infrastructures with the essential infrastructure and facilities represent the strategic advantage and economic chance for our country.

By construction of contemporary traffic infrastructure the Republic of Serbia provides the way to the Transport and Trade Facilitation of South- East Europe and Asia.

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SERBIA

Montenegro

Alexandroupolis, December 2004

Ministry of Capital Investments

Republic of Serbia

Serbia & Montenegro

Belgrade, Nemanjina 22, Phone: +381 11 3616 613, Fax.:+381 11 3617 486

www.mki.sr.gov.yu