Roads in Serbia

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A1/E-75 near Belgrade.

Roads in Serbia are the backbone of its transportation system and constitute important transit roads in Europe. They are categorized as: state highways, class I; state highways, class II; local roads; municipal roads.[1] Total length of public roads in Serbia is 40,845 km, of which 5,525 km are state highways, class I (including 651 km of motorways and expressways); 11,540 km are state highways, class II, and 23,780 km are local roads.[2]

Motorways and expressways[edit]

Main article: Motorways in Serbia
Serbian motorway network. Legend of sections:
  finished
  under construction
  planned
A1/E-75 motorway in Serbia
Town sign at the entrance in Belgrade, on the A1 motorway

Motorways (Serbian: Аутопут, Autoput) and expressways (Serbian: Брзи пут, ′′Brzi put′′) are the backbone of the road system in Serbia. There are 628 km of motorways and 23 km of expressways, or 651 km in total.

Motorways in Serbia have three lanes (including emergency lane) in each direction, signs are white-on-green, as in the rest of former Yugoslavia and the normal speed limit is 120 km/h.

Expressways, unlike motorways, don't have emergency lanes, signs are white-on-blue and the normal speed limit is 100 km/h.

As the Serbian word for motorway is "autoput", the "A1", "A2" or "A3" road designations are used since November 2013.[3] All state roads categorized as class I, that are motorways currently of in the future, are marked with one-digit numbers and known as class Ia. All other roads, which belong to class I, are marked with two-digit numbers and known as class Ib. Expressways belong to class Ib, too. E-numeration is also widely used on motorways.

This is the list of roads in Serbia that are or will be motorways in future. ″Motorway length″ represents length of road that is already replaced with motorway.

Road designation Route Road length Motorway length
A1 Border of Hungary near Horgoš - Novi Sad - Belgrade - Niš - Vranje - Border of Macedonia near Preševo 584 km 513 km
A2 Belgrade - Obrenovac - Lajkovac - Ljig - Gornji Milanovac - Preljina (intersection with state highway A5) - Čačak - Požega 132 km -
A3 Border of Croatia near Batrovci - Belgrade (intersection with state highway A1) 96 km 96 km
A4 Niš (intersection with state highway A1) - Pirot - Dimitrovgrad - Border of Bulgaria near Gradina 109 km 19 km
A5 Preljina (intersection with state highway A2) - Kraljevo - Kruševac - Pojate (intersection with state highway A1) 112 km -
Total: 1,038 km 628 km

Expansion[edit]

Since 1991, motorways have been under constant expansion in Serbia. Current themes of expansion include the southern part of A1 as well as A4 motorways (both on Pan-European Corridor X), and the A2 motorway.

Yearly expansion figures:

  • 2004: 33 km
  • 2005: 22,5 km
  • 2006: 33,2 km
  • 2009: 20 km
  • 2010: 4,6 km
  • 2011: 88 km
  • 2012: 6 km
  • 2013: 29 km

State highways[edit]

New classification of state highways in Serbia entered into force in 2013. Since 2013, they are categorized as state highways, class Ia; state highways, class Ib; state highways, class IIa and state highways, class IIb . Until 2013, classification from 2012 was in use.

State highways, class Ia[edit]

Roads that are motorways or will be replaced with motorways in future are categorized as state highways, class Ia. They are marked with one-digit numbers.

Road designation Route
A1 Border of Hungary near Horgoš - Novi Sad - Belgrade - Niš - Vranje Border of Macedonia near Preševo
A2 Belgrade - Obrenovac - Lajkovac - Ljig - Gornji Milanovac - Preljina (intersection with state highway A5) - Čačak - Požega
A3 Border of Croatia near Batrovci - Belgrade (intersection with state highway A1)
A4 Niš (intersection with state highway A1) - Pirot - Dimitrovgrad - Border of Bulgaria near Gradina
A5 Preljina (intersection with state highway A2) - Kraljevo - Kruševac - Pojate (intersection with state highway A1)

State highways, class Ib[edit]

Major roads that won't be replaced with motorways in future are categorized as state highways, class Ib. Some of these roads are partially expressways. They are marked with two-digit numbers.

Road Route
10 Belgrade - Pančevo - Vršac - Border of Romania near Vatin
11 Border of Hungary near Kelebija - Subotica - Motorway A1
12 Subotica - Sombor - Odžaci - Bačka Palanka - Novi Sad - Zrenjanin - Žitište - Nova Crnja - Border of Romania near Srpska Crnja
13 Horgoš - Kanjiža - Novi Kneževac - Čoka - Kikinda - Zrenjanin - Čenta - Belgrade
14 Pančevo - Kovin - Ralja (intersection with state highway 33)
15 Border of Hungary near Bački Breg - Bezdan - Sombor - Kula - Vrbas - Srbobran - Bečej - Novi Bečej - Kikinda - Border of Romania near Nakovo
16 Border of Croatia near Bezdan - Bezdan
17 Border of Croatia near Bogojevo - Srpski Miletić
18 Zrenjanin - Sečanj - Plandište - Vršac - Straža - Bela Crkva - Border of Romania near Kaluđerovo
19 Neštin (Intersection with state highway 12) - Erdevik - Kuzmin - Border of Bosnia and Herzegovina near Sremska Rača
20 Motorway A3 - Sremska Mitrovica - Bogatić - Border of Bosnia and Herzegovina near Badovinci
21 Novi Sad - Irig - Ruma - Šabac - Koceljeva - Valjevo - Kosjerić - Požega - Arilje - Ivanjica - Sjenica
22 Belgrade - Ljig - Gornji Milanovac - Preljina - Kraljevo - Raška - Novi Pazar - Ribariće - Border of Montenegro near Mehov Krš
23 Pojate - Kruševac - Kraljevo - Preljina - Čačak - Požega - Užice - Čajetina - Nova Varoš - Prijepolje - Border of Montenegro near Gostun
24 Batočina - Kragujevac - Kraljevo
25 Mali Požarevac - Mladenovac - Topola - Kragujevac
26 Belgrade - Obrenovac - Šabac - Loznica - Border of Bosnia and Herzegovina near Mali Zvornik
27 Border of Bosnia and Herzegovina near Trbušnica - Loznica - Osečina - Valjevo - Lajkovac - Ćelije - Lazarevac - Aranđelovac - Krčevac - Topola - Rača - Svilajnac
28 Mali Zvornik - Ljubovija - Rogačica - Kostojevići - Užice - Kneževići - Kremna - Border of Bosnia and Herzegovina near Kotroman
29 Border of Montenegro near Jabuka - Prijepolje - Nova Varoš - Sjenica - Novi Pazar
30 Ivanjica - Ušće
31 Raška - Boundary line with the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija (control security checkpoint Rudnica)
32 Ribariće - Boundary line with the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija (control security checkpoint Tabalije)
33 Motorway A1 - Požarevac - Kučevo - Majdanpek - Negotin - Border of Bulgaria near Vrška Čuka
34 Požarevac - Veliko Gradište - Golubac - Donji Milanovac - Poreč bridge (intersection with state highway 35)
35 Border of Romania near Đerdap - Kladovo - Negotin - Zaječar - Knjaževac - Svrljig - Niš - Merošina - Prokuplje - Kuršumlija - Boundary line with the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija
36 Paraćin - Boljevac - Zaječar - Border of Bulgaria near Vrška Čuka
37 Selište - Bor - Zaječar
38 Kruševac (Makrešane) - Blace - Beloljin
39 Pirot - Babušnica - Vlasotince - Leskovac - Lebane - Medveđa - Boundary line with the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija
40 Vladičin Han - Surdulica - Border of Bulgaria in Strezimirovci
41 Bujanovac - Boundary line with the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija
42 Motorway A1 - Preševo - Boundary line with the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija
43 Niška Banja - Bela Palanka - Pirot - Dimitrovgrad - Border of Bulgaria near Gradina
44 Mala Kopašnica - Vladičin Han - Vranje - Bujanovac - Levosoje

State highways, class II[edit]

State highways, class II, are marked with three-digit numbers.

Road Route
100 Border to Hungary near Đala - Novi Kneževac - Mokrin

- Kikinda - Vojvoda Stepa

101 Kanjiža - Senta - Ada - Bečej - Temerin - Novi Sad (Temerin intersection)
102 Horgoš intersection - Subotica - Bačka Topola - Srbobran - Novi Sad - Inđija - Stara

Pazova - Belgrade (entrance)

103 Bajmok - Bačka Topola - Senta - Čoka - Crna Bara
104 Novi Bečej - Kikinda - Border to Romania near Nakovo
105 Bačka Topola - Kula - Silbaš - Bačka Palanka
106 Odžaci - Kula
107 Bač - Silbaš - Bački Petrovac - Rumenka - Novi Sad
108 Nova Crnja (intersection with state highway 19) - Banatsko Karađorđevo - Žitište -

Zrenjanin

109 Žitište - Begejci - Srpski Itebej - Border to Romania near Međa
110 Kać - Šajkaš - Perlez - Kovačica - Sečanj - Border to Romania near Jaša Tomić
111 Ečka - Kovačica - Pančevo
112 Uljma - Straža - Bela Crkva - Border to Romania near Kaluđerovo
113 Kovin - Vračev Gaj - Bela Crkva
114 Vršac - Straža
115 Border to Croatia near Šid - Šid - Adaševci - Jamena
116 Border to Croatia near Neštin - Sviloš - Beočin -

Rakovac - Novi Sad

117 Border to Croatia near Sot - Šid - Sremska Mitrovica -

Ruma - Pećinci - Bečmen - Surčin

118 Border to Croatia near Ljuba - Erdevik - Kuzmin
119 Ruma - Putinci - Golubinci - Stara Pazova
120 Bačka Topola - Bečej
121 Novi Bečej - Melenci
122 Kljajićevo - Bački Sokolovac
123 Alibunar - Plandište
124 Putinci - Inđija - Slankamen
125 Sviloš - Sremska Mitrovica - Bogatić - Border to Bosnia and Herzegovina near Badovinci
126 Majur - Bogatić
127 Belgrade - Grocka - Smederevo
128 Požarevac - Veliko Gradište - Golubac - Donji Milanovac - Porečki Most
129 Barajevo - Kosmaj - Mladenovac - Selevac - Smederevska Palanka - Velika

Plana - Petrovac - Žagubica - Bor

130 Požarevac - Aleksandrovac - Svilajnac - Despotovac - Ćuprija
131 Despotovac - Krepoljin
132 Mala Krsna - Markovac - Ćuprija - Ražanj - Deligrad - Aleksinac - Niš - Doljevac

- Leskovac - Predejane - Vladičin Han - Vranje - Preševo

133 Vukanja - Aleksinac - Sokobanja - Knjaževac - Kalna - Pirot
134 Niš - Gadžin Han - Bonjince
135 Gadžin Han - Brestovac
136 Vladičin Han - Surdulica - Vlasina lake - Border to Bulgaria near Strezimirovci
137 Ristovac - Klenike - Border to Macedonia near Prohor Pčinjski
138 Debrc - Ub - Slovac
139 Rvati - Stubline - Lajkovac
140 Šabac - Tekeriš - Zavlaka - Krupanj - Korenita
141 Belgrade - Trešnja - Ralja - Đurinci
142 Smederevo - Vodanj - Mladenovac
143 Valjevo - Sedlare - Rogačica - Bajina Bašta - Kremna
144 Mali Zvornik - Ljubovija - Rogačica
145 Bajina Bašta - Dubci - Užice
146 Kremna - Dubci
147 Županjac - Bogovađa - Mionica - Divčibare
148 Aranđelovac - Ljig - Mionica - Divci
149 Topola - Donja Šatornja - Rudnik
150 Topola - Rača - Markovac - Svilajnac
151 Beljina - Guča - Ivanjica
152 Bistrica - Priboj - Border to Bosnia and Herzegovina near Uvac
153 Nova Varoš - Uvac
154 Kratovska Stena - Lučani - Guča - Kaona - Drakčići
155 Ravni Gaj - Knić - Mrčajevci
156 Pobrđe - Pazarište - Tutin
157 Ljubić (Čačak) - Čibukovac (Kraljevo)
158 Kragujevac - Gornja Sabanta - Rekovac - Jasika - Kruševac
159 Vitanovac - Grabovac - Velika Drenova - Jasika
160 Biljanovac - Jošanička banja - Stopanja - Aleksandrovac - Čitluk
161 Jošanička banja - Kopaonik - Brzeće - Brus - Vitkovo
162 Vrnjci - Boturići - Brus - Razbojna
163 Kaonik - Kruševac
164 Mijatovac - Ćićevac
165 Deligrad - Ribare - Prokuplje - Bojnik - Leskovac
166 Prokuplje - Žitorađa - Doljevac - Topličko Kočane
167 Umka - Velika Moštanica
168 Leštane - Bubanj potok - Železnik
169 Požarevac - Kostolac
170 Gornja Sabanta - Jagodina
171 Rača - Cerovac
172 Majdanpek - Bor
173 Boljevac - Knjaževac
174 Bela Palanka - Pirot
175 Koceljeva - Ub - Stubline
176 Kragujevac - Gornji Milanovac
177 Sremska Mitrovica - Crna Bara - Prnjavor
178 Ralja - Smederevska Palanka
179 Salakovac - Malo Crniće - Petrovac
180 Majdanpek - Donji Milanovac
181 Vlasotince - Crna trava - Bosilegrad - Border to Bulgaria near Ribarci

European routes[edit]

The following European routes pass through Serbia:

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/pdf/zakon_o_putevima_lat.pdf
  2. ^ http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/sr/putna-mrea-republike-srbije[dead link]
  3. ^ "Uredba o kategorizaciji državnih puteva". Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia (105). 29 November 2013. (subscription required (help)). 

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