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Construction of Northern Tangent starts in spring 2011

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Construction of Northern Tangent, the road that will connect the new Novi Sad road with the Pancevo road, via Borca and Ovca, is one of the most important projects in Belgrade. Once built, it will enable moving of the freight and transit traffic away from the city center and create conditions for development of the city on the left bank of the Danube.

Concrete implementation of the project will start in spring, at the same time as the construction of Zemun-Borca bridge. Institute of Transportation CIP and Chinese CRBC work as partners on preparation of the preliminary and main Northern Tangent project, which also includes construction of a bridge. The author of the 3D animation of the future road is Goblen studio.

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Northern Tangent goes from the road to Novi Sad, near Nova Galenika housing project, and it will intersect with Cara Dusana street in Zemun before reaching the future bridge across the Danube.

The road will have the full profile of a highway and six traffic lanes. The total length of the road is 21.3 km, while the allowed maximum speed will be 80 km/h.

– Practical importance is huge. Better traffic link for more than half million people living in Zemun, Palilula and New Belgrade. Also, all those coming from the direction of Novi Sad and heading to Vrsac will not have to go through the center of Belgrade any more – says Milutin Ignjatovic, the Director of CIP. The whole project should be finished in few years.

In addition to the bridge across the Danube, construction of another eight bridge and four flyovers is also in the pipeline, the biggest of which are overpasses above Belgrade-Pancevo railway and Kolovit canal, about 610 meters long, and above the Zrenjanin road (about 210 meters long)

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