IB-22 highway (Serbia)

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Ibar Highway
Ибарска магистрала
Ibarska magistala
Државни пут IБ реда 22
Državni put IB reda 22
Route information
Part of BelgradePreljina
Preljina – Kraljevo
Bregovi – Mehov Krš
Maintained by JP "Putevi Srbije"
Length: 297.987 km (185.161 mi)
Major junctions
From: Belgrade Motorway A1
To: SerbiaMontenegro border at Mehov Krš M-2 highway
Location
Districts: City of Belgrade, Kolubara, Moravica, Raška
Highway system

IB-Class Highways in Serbia

IB-21 IB-23

National/State Road 22, commonly known as Ibar Highway (Serbian: Ибарска магистрала / Ibarska magistrala), is an IB-class road, connecting Belgrade with Šumadija and Western Serbia and finally with Montenegro at Mehov Krš.

It starts with Orlovača interchange in Belgrade's municipality of Čukarica and is going through several major municipalities such as Ljig, Gornji Milanovac, Preljina (town in the municipality of Čačak), Kraljevo and Novi Pazar. In the southern section, highway goes in parallel to the upper course of the river Ibar, hence the name.

Before the new road categorization regulation given in 2013, the route wore the following names: M 22 and M 2 (before 2012) / A2, A4, 15 and 32 (after 2012).[1][2]

The road is a part of the following European routes: E65 and E80 (Bregovi – Mehov Krš), E761 (Preljina – Kraljevo) and E763 (Belgrade – Preljina).

With more than 18,000 vehicles passing the highway daily, it is one of the most frequent roads in Serbia.[3] Often called the "black highway", it is considered the most dangerous road in Serbia, averaging nearly 500 deaths annually due to the traffic accidents.[4][5][6] A single-lane carriageway, it bears heavy car and truck traffic between major cities of Belgrade, Čačak, Kraljevo and Novi Pazar, as well as transit traffic towards Montenegro, and occasional agricultural machinery is not unseen. If features long stretches of straight road interrupted by dangerous curves. Speeding, DUI and other traffic offences are major causes of accidents, most of them occurring during the night.[7]

Sections[edit]

Section number Length Distance Section name
02201 7.520 km (4.673 mi)/1.641 km (1.020 mi) 7.520 km (4.673 mi) Orlovača interchange – Ripanj
02202 2.156 km (1.340 mi) 9.676 km (6.012 mi) Ripanj – Lipovička šuma (Barajevo)
02203 2.744 km (1.705 mi) 12.420 km (7.717 mi) Lipovička šuma (Barajevo) – Lipovička šuma (Velika Moštanica)
02204 3.074 km (1.910 mi) 15.494 km (9.628 mi) Lipovička šuma (Velika Moštanica) – Meljak (Barajevo)
02205 0.556 km (0.345 mi) 16.050 km (9.973 mi) Meljak (Barajevo) – Meljak (Vranić)
02206 12.713 km (7.899 mi) 28.763 km (17.872 mi) Meljak (Vranić) – Stepojevac (Draževac)
02207 0.978 km (0.608 mi) 29.741 km (18.480 mi) Stepojevac (Draževac) – Stepojevac (Veliki Crljeni)
02208 13.787 km (8.567 mi) 43.528 km (27.047 mi) Stepojevac (Veliki Crljeni) – Lazarevac (Ibar Road)
02209 4.486 km (2.787 mi) 48.014 km (29.835 mi) Lazarevac (Ibar Road) – Ćelije (overlap with State Road 27)
02210 4.128 km (2.565 mi) 52.142 km (32.400 mi) Ćelije – Županjac
02211 6.364 km (3.954 mi) 58.506 km (36.354 mi) Županjac – Dudovica
02212 8.800 km (5.468 mi) 67.306 km (41.822 mi) Dudovica – Poljanice
02213 1.571 km (0.976 mi) 68.877 km (42.798 mi) Poljanice – Ljig
02214 3.075 km (1.911 mi) 71.952 km (44.709 mi) Ljig – Kadina Luka
02215 5.704 km (3.544 mi) 77.656 km (48.253 mi) Kadina Luka – Dići
02216 9.679 km (6.014 mi) 87.335 km (54.267 mi) Dići – Ugrinovci
02217 10.739 km (6.673 mi) 98.074 km (60.940 mi) Ugrinovci – Bućin Grob
02218 9.572 km (5.948 mi) 107.646 km (66.888 mi) Bućin Grob – Gornji Milanovac (Nevade)
02219 2.650 km (1.647 mi) 110.296 km (68.535 mi) Gornji Milanovac (Nevade) – Gornji Milanovac
02220 15.236 km (9.467 mi) 125.532 km (78.002 mi) Gornji Milanovac – Preljina
02221 12.205 km (7.584 mi) 137.737 km (85.586 mi) Preljina – Mrčajevci (overlap with State Road 23)
02222 19.942 km (12.391 mi) 157.679 km (97.977 mi) Mrčajevci – Kraljevo (overlap with State Road 23)
02223 0.191 km (0.119 mi) 157.870 km (98.096 mi) Kraljevo – Kraljevo (Jarčujak)
02224 6.771 km (4.207 mi) 164.641 km (102.303 mi) Kraljevo (Jarčujak) – Mataruška Banja
02225 39.053 km (24.266 mi) 203.694 km (126.570 mi) Mataruška Banja – Ušće
02226 5.234 km (3.252 mi) 208.928 km (129.822 mi) Ušće – Bare
02227 9.575 km (5.950 mi) 218.503 km (135.771 mi) Bare – Biljanovac
02228 8.238 km (5.119 mi) 226.741 km (140.890 mi) Biljanovac – Brvenik
02229 9.176 km (5.702 mi) 235.917 km (146.592 mi) Brvenik – Raška (Kosovska Mitrovica)
02230 0.554 km (0.344 mi) 236.471 km (146.936 mi) Raška (Kosovska Mitrovica) – Raška (Kuti)
02231 17.420 km (10.824 mi) 253.891 km (157.761 mi) Raška (Kuti) – Novi Pazar (Banja)
02232 0.333 km (0.207 mi) 254.224 km (157.967 mi) Novi Pazar (Banja) – Novi Pazar
02233 3.454 km (2.146 mi) 257.678 km (160.114 mi) Novi Pazar – Novi Pazar (Brđani)
02234 24.390 km (15.155 mi) 282.068 km (175.269 mi) Novi Pazar (Brđani) – Ribariće
02235 12.562 km (7.806 mi) 294.630 km (183.075 mi) Ribariće – Bregovi
02236 3.357 km (2.086 mi) 297.987 km (185.161 mi) Bregovi – SerbiaMontenegro border (Mehov Krš)

Planned motorway[edit]

Main article: A2 motorway (Serbia)

In order to provide the faster link of Belgrade to the Montenegrin coast and alleviate the dangers of the Ibar Highway, the new A2 motorway is being built on a parallel route Belgrade – Preljina (town in the municipality of Čačak) – Požega.[8]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National road categorization regulation – Official Gazette of Republic of Serbia no. 105/2013 and 119/2013" (PDF). Serbian Spatial Planners Association (in Serbian). 
  2. ^ "Link between actual and previous section and road markings" (PDF). Putevi Srbije (in Serbian). 
  3. ^ Popović, Marko (19 September 2016). "VICE: Magistrala". b92.net (in Serbian). vice.com. Retrieved 27 September 2016. 
  4. ^ Keranović, Maja (28 July 2009). "Cela Ibarska crna saobraćajna tačka". blic.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 19 September 2016. 
  5. ^ "Ibarska magistrala odnosi ljudske živote". novosti.rs (in Serbian). 28 June 2013. Retrieved 19 September 2016. 
  6. ^ "Gde su crne tačke na Ibarskoj". b92.net (in Serbian). 11 August 2013. Retrieved 19 September 2016. 
  7. ^ "Ibarska - drum smrti". Večernje Novosti. 2 July 2014. 
  8. ^ "HIGHWAY Е 763 BELGRADE - SOUTH ADRIATIC". koridorisrbije.rs. Retrieved 19 September 2016. 

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