BG Voz

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Logo of BG:voz

BG Voz, stylized as BG:Voz (literally BG:Train, Serbian Cyrillic: БГ:Вoз) is an urban rail system that serves the city of Belgrade, Serbia. It is operated by the public transit corporation GSP Belgrade and is a part of the integrated BusPlus system.[1]

BG:Voz began service between New Belgrade and Pančevo Bridge stations on September, 1 2010. Starting from April 15, 2011 the line has been extended westward to Batajnica. Further extension across the Danube, towards Krnjača and Ovča in 2016, was financed from the RZD International credit. The total travel time between the first and the last stop is 50 minutes. At peak times, trains run every 15 minutes.[2]

Lines in service[edit]

BG Voz Line 1
km
0
Batajnica Bus interchangeMainline rail interchange
A1 motorway viaduct
Kamendin (proposed)
Slobodana Bajića St.
8
Zemun Polje Bus interchange
Altina (proposed)
viaduct over Outer Expressway
13
Zemun Bus interchangeMainline rail interchange
Bežanija tunnel (1922 m)
17
Tošin Bunar Bus interchangeMainline rail interchange
20
Novi Beograd Bus interchangeTram interchangeMainline rail interchange
Senjak (proposed)
Senjak tunnel (188 m)
26
Beograd centar Bus interchangeMainline rail interchange
Dedinje tunnel
Line 2 (proposed)
viaduct over A3 motorway
26
Karađorđev park Bus interchangeTram interchange
26
Vukov spomenik Bus interchangeTram interchange
26
Pančevački most enlarge…Bus interchangeMainline rail interchange
viaduct over State Road 13 intchg.
28
Krnjača–most Bus interchange
29
Krnjača
Outer Expressway viaduct
33
Sebeš Bus interchange
36
Ovča Bus interchangeMainline rail interchange
Note: Distances are given in tariff kilometers,
as per 2017 Srbija voz timetable
Map of Line 1

BG:Voz currently has one line (corresponding to Srbija voz Line 55[3] and Belgrade public transport Line 100[4]), with 13 stations:

It was planned in 2015 to expand the line 1 to Krnjača and Ovča and to open line 2 between Belgrade Center or Vukov spomenik and Resnik stations.[5] [6] [7]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

City of Belgrade Secretariat for Transport