Autocesta Rijeka – Zagreb
|Type||State-owned joint-stock company|
|Key people||Miro Škrgatić|
Autocesta Rijeka – Zagreb (English: Rijeka - Zagreb Motorway) is a Croatian state-owned joint-stock company founded pursuant to decision of the government of the Republic of Croatia of December 11, 1997, to facilitate construction and subsequent management of a motorway between Rijeka and Zagreb. The company started operating on March 15, 1998. The company issued 21,520 shares, nominally valued at 100,000.00 Croatian kuna each. All company stocks are owned by the Republic of Croatia.
The company was granted the motorway management concession for a period of 28 years, which has subsequently been expanded to include not only the A6 motorway and some sections of the A1 motorway, but also the A7 motorway and the Krk Bridge on the D102 state road. The expansion of the concession also included extension of the concession period to 32 years and 11 months.
The company currently manages or develops the following routes:
|Number||Control cities (or other appropriate route description)|
|A1||Bosiljevo (A6) - Lučko (A3)|
|A6||Bosiljevo (A6) - Rijeka|
|A7||Rupa border checkpoint - Rijeka (A6) - Sveti Kuzam - Križišće|
|D102||Krk Bridge (maintenance and bridge toll collection)|
The company is currently managed by Miro Škrgatić (chairman of the managing board) and a five-member supervisory board.
- "Decision on founding of Rijeka - Zagreb Motorway joint stock company and granting of concession regulating construction and management of Rijeka - Zagreb motorway". Narodne Novine (in Croatian). December 11, 1997.
- "ARZ general info". Autocesta Rijeka - Zagreb (in Croatian). August 20, 2010.
- "Decision on amendments and additions to decision on founding of Rijeka - Zagreb Motorway joint stock company and granting of concession regulating construction and management of Rijeka - Zagreb motorway". Narodne Novine (in Croatian). August 2, 2007.
- "ARZ concession takes over Rijeka node". Lider Press (in Croatian). August 30, 2007.
- "ARZ structure". Autocesta Rijeka - Zagreb (in Croatian). August 20, 2010.
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