Sava-Bridge South Approach Roads, Belgrad

Project Description:
A bypass of the Belgrad downtown area is implemented within the scope of expanding the highly popular street network. This bypass is a primary city road (ICSRR= Inner City Semi Ring Road) on the west-end of the city, which is connected to the local street network via an interchange.

The current SAR (South Approach Roads) project includes the CSRR (City Semi Ring Road), which is similar to an expressway (2x2 lanes, 3.50m each), between the newly constructed Adabrücke across the Sava and the Hipodrom interchange, which is currently in construction phase 1c, the new construction of the primary roads Radnicka and Bulevar Vojvode Misica (3 to 4 lanes between 3.0m and 3.50). in the Radnicka interchange area, as well as construction of the entire Radnicka interchange. In an effort to accommodate all related traffic despite the tight conditions, the traffic flow is redirected by a traffic circle (Radius=40m) with 2 to 3 elevated traffic-lanes. The circular traffic is situated at an appropriate height so the existing railway- and tramway tracks located beneath are not affected and the ICSRR (Inner City Semi Ring Road), including a tramway track, can pass above.

Porr Technobau und Umwelt AG
Timeframe: 2010 - 2012           
Construction Term: 2011 - 2012
Traffic planning, object planning, structural planning interchange Sava Bridge (Ramp connection)