A1 motorway (Serbia)

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A1-SRB.svg

Motorway A 1
Autoput A1
Route information
Part of E75
Length: 484.2 km (300.9 mi)
588 km (365 mi) planned
Major junctions
From: M5 autopalya.png Hungarian M5 at Horgoš border crossing
 

Belgrade bypass near Batajnica
Serbian motorway A3 shield at Dobanovci interchange
Road 13, SuboticaKikinda at Subotica
Road 12, Novi SadZrenjanin at Novi Sad
Expressway 24 (Serbia) Expressway 24, Kragujevac-Batočina at Batočina
Road 14, SmederevoPožarevacNegotin at Smederevo
E761-SRB.svg E761, KruševacParaćinZaječar at Paraćin (future Serbian motorway A5 shield)
A4-SRB.svg Niš-Pirot-Sofia at A1/A4 junction near Niš

Road 39, LeskovacPirot at Leskovac
To: Autokinetodromos A1 number.svg Macedonian A1 at Preševo border crossing
Location
Regions: North Banat, North Bačka, South Bačka, Srem, Belgrade, Podunavlje, Šumadija, Pomoravlje, Rasina, Nišava, Jablanica, Pčinja
Major cities: Subotica, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Smederevo, Jagodina, Kruševac, Niš, Leskovac, Vranje
Highway system
Highways in Serbia

Motorway A1 spans approximately 590 kilometers (370 mi) and is the longest motorway in the Serbia. It crosses the country from north to south, starting at Horgoš border crossing with Hungary and ending with Preševo border crossing with Republic of Macedonia. As a part of the Pan-European corridor X, connecting many larger Serbian cities and part of capital's bypass, it is one of the most vital highways of Serbian road infrastructure. Significant works are undergoing for its reconstruction and enhancement.[1]

Sections[edit]

The highway consists of three major sections: HorgošSuboticaNovi SadBelgrade (178 km), BelgradeNiš (237 km) and NišLeskovacPreševoMacedonian border (152 km). After enhancement works, mostly completed in 2011, the whole Horgoš–Leskovac route is a complete dual carriageway. Enhancement of southern part, financed by Serbian Government and Hellenic Plan is still in progress. Northern and central section are linked through the heart of the city of Belgrade, but completion of the Belgrade bypass will provide a separate transit route.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Koridor 10: Gde naći 1,6 milijardi evra" (in Serbian). B92. 28 September 2006. 
  2. ^ "Autoputem od Horgoša do Preševa oko 2011." (in Serbian). Glas javnosti. 7 December 2006. 

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