List of railway lines in Croatia

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Map of railways in Croatia

The following is the list of railways in Croatia as defined by the Government of Croatia in 2006. The classification groups the railways into three groups — of railways of international, regional and local significance. The railways of international significance are defined as railways located in Pan-European corridors and Pan-European corridor branches, railways connecting the Pan-European corridors to seaports and river ports serving international transport, and railways interconnecting the Pan-European corridors. The railways of regional significance are defined as railways connecting specific regions of Croatia to the railways of international significance, to railway networks in neighbouring countries, to ports which are not themselves significant to international transport and railways interconnecting regions of Croatia. The railways of international, regional and local significance are marked with prefixes M (međunarodni promet — international transport), R (regionalni promet — regional transport) and L (lokalni promet — local transport) respectively, and a three digit number.[1][2] As of 2012, Croatia had a total of 2,722 kilometres (1,691 miles) of railways, including 254 kilometres (158 miles) of double-tracked railways. A total of 984 kilometres (611 miles) of the railways are electrified, and there are 598 railway stations and other official railway facilities.[3]

As of 2013 all railways in Croatia are operated by state owned Croatian Railways company. Additional operators are planned in cargo and passenger traffic in near future.[4] The railways are planned to be leased to future operators by state owned company HŽ Infrastruktura which will perform maintenance of the railways.[5]

Railway number prefixes[1]
Prefix Use
M Railways of international significance
R Railways of regional significance
L Railways of local significance

Railways of international significance[edit]

Railway Length Control cities Connecting railways
M101 26.709 km (16.596 mi) state border–Savski MarofZagreb (Main Station) M102, M104, M202, M405, Dobova–Ljubljana
M102 21.202 km (13.174 mi) Zagreb (Main Station)–Dugo Selo M101, M103, M104, M201, M202, M401, M406, L203
M103 83.405 km (51.825 mi) Dugo Selo–Novska M102, M104, M105, M201, L205
M104 116.757 km (72.549 mi) Zagreb (Main Station)–Sisak–Novska M101, M102, M103, M105, M202, M402, M403, M404, M409, L217
M105 185.398 km (115.201 mi) Novska–VinkovciTovarnik–state border M103, M104, M601, R105, L105, L206, L209, L210, L211, L212, L216, Belgrade–Šid
M201 79.692 km (49.518 mi) state border–BotovoKoprivnica–Dugo Selo M102, M103, R202, L204, GyékényesBudapest
M202 227.847 km (141.578 mi) Zagreb (Main Station)–KarlovacRijeka M101, M102, M104, M404, M405, M502, M602, M603, M604, M605, L104, L214, L217
M301 31.319 km (19.461 mi) state border–Beli ManastirOsijek M302, R202, L209, Magyarbóly–Budapest railway in Hungary
M302 48.359 km (30.049 mi) Osijek–ĐakovoStrizivojna-Vrpolje M303, R202, L209
M303 23.300 km (14.478 mi) Strizivojna-Vrpolje–Slavonski Šamac–state border M302, Bosanski ŠamacSarajevo
M304 22.754 km (14.139 mi) state border–MetkovićPloče Sarajevo–Čapljina
M401 11.090 km (6.891 mi) SesveteSava wye M102
M402 6.677 km (4.149 mi) Sava wye–Zagreb Shunting Yard–Zagreb Klara M104, M401, M404, M410
M403 1.056 km (0.656 mi) Zagreb Shunting Yard (inbound)–Zagreb Klara (Karlovac track) M402, M404, M410
M404 2.491 km (1.548 mi) Zagreb Klara–Delta wye M104, M202
M405 1.357 km (0.843 mi) Zagreb (West Station)Trešnjevka wye M101, M104, M202
M406 2.101 km (1.306 mi) Čulinec wye–Zagreb Resnik M102, M401
M407 6.295 km (3.912 mi) Sava wye–Velika Gorica M104, M401, M402, M408
M408 1.316 km (0.818 mi) Zagreb Shunting Yard (outbound)–Mićevac wye M402, M403, M407, M410
M409 1.071 km (0.665 mi) Zagreb Klara (Mlaka wye)–Zagreb Shunting Yard (inbound, Sisak track) M104, M402, M410
M410 2.719 km (1.690 mi) Zagreb Shunting Yard (outbound–inbound, 4th bypass track) M402, M403, M408, M409
M501 42.389 km (26.339 mi) state border (Slovenia)–ČakovecKotoriba–state border (Hungary) R201, L101, Pragersko–Središče, Murakeresztúr-Budapest
M502 30.896 km (19.198 mi) RijekaŠapjane–state border (Slovenia) M202, L214, Ilirska BistricaPivka
M601 18.514 km (11.504 mi) Vinkovci–Borovo NaseljeVukovar M105, R104, R105, L209, L210, L211, L212, L213
M602 12.554 km (7.801 mi) ŠkrljevoBakar M202
M603 3.985 km (2.476 mi) Sušak-Pećine–Rijeka Brajdica M202
M604 320.504 km (199.152 mi) OštarijeGospićKninSplit Predgrađe M606, M607, R103, L218
M605 6.118 km (3.802 mi) Ogulin–Krpelj wye M202
M606 95.390 km (59.273 mi) Knin–Zadar M604, R103
M607 22.502 km (13.982 mi) PerkovićŠibenik M604, M607, M608
M608 3.697 km (2.297 mi) Ražine–Port of Šibenik M607
Sources: Narodne novine,[1][2] Croatian Railways,[6] Institut IGH[7]

Railways of regional significance[edit]

Railway Length Control cities Connecting railways
R101 91.140 km (56.632 mi) state border–BuzetPazinPula L215
R102 21.575 km (13.406 mi) Sunja–Volinja–state border R203, DobrljinBihać
R103 59.068 km (36.703 mi) dividing line at km 119+444[Note 1]–state border–Ličko Dugo Polje–Knin M604, M606, Martin Brod–Bihać
R104 26.043 km (16.182 mi) Borovo Naselje–DaljErdut–state border M601, R202, BogojevoSubotica
R105 50.939 km (31.652 mi) Vinkovci–Drenovci–state border M105, M601, L209, L210, L211, L212, L216, BrčkoTuzla
R201 100.722 km (62.586 mi) ZaprešićZabokVaraždin–Čakovec M101, M501, R202, L101, L103, L201
R202 249.839 km (155.243 mi) Varaždin–Koprivnica–Virovitica–Osijek–Dalj M201, M301, M302, R104, R201, R202, L201, L202, L204, L206, L208, L209
R203 1.111 km (0.690 mi) Krivaja wye–Gaj wye M104, R102
Sources: Narodne novine,[1] Croatian Railways,[6] Institut IGH[7]

Railways of local significance[edit]

Railway Length Control cities Connecting railways
L101 17.942 km (11.149 mi) Čakovec–Mursko Središće–state border M501, R201, line to Lendava
L102 38.522 km (23.936 mi) Savski Marof–Kumrovec–state border M101, ImenoStranje
L103 27.187 km (16.893 mi) Zabok–KrapinaĐurmanec–state border R201, RogatecGrobelno
L104 28.798 km (17.894 mi) Karlovac–OzaljKamanje–state border M202, L217, Metlika–Ljubljana
L105 1.478 km (0.918 mi) Slavonski Brod–state border M202, L217, Bosanski brod line
L201 34.582 km (21.488 mi) Varaždin–IvanecGolubovec R201, R202
L202 10.823 km (6.725 mi) Hum-Lug wye–Gornja Stubica R201
L203 3.760 km (2.336 mi) Zagreb Borongaj–Zagreb (East Station) M102
L204 61.747 km (38.368 mi) KriževciBjelovarKloštar M201, R202
L205 95.752 km (59.498 mi) Banova JarugaDaruvarPčelić wye M103, R202
L206 60.492 km (37.588 mi) Nova Kapela-BatrinaPleternicaNašice M105, R202, L207
L207 24.955 km (15.506 mi) Pleternica–PožegaVelika L206
L208 12.940 km (8.041 mi) BizovacBelišće R202
L209 33.937 km (21.087 mi) Vinkovci–Gaboš–Osijek M105, M601, R105, L210, L211, L212
L210 28.071 km (17.443 mi) Vinkovci–Županja M105, M601, R105, L209, L211, L212
L211 5.237 km (3.254 mi) Vinkovci–Vinkovci Cargo Station areas A, B–Jarmina wye M105, M601, R105, L209, L210, L212
L212 5.043 km (3.134 mi) Vinkovci–Vinkovci Cargo Station areas C, D–Jarmina wye M105, M601, R105, L209, L210, L211
L213 5.691 km (3.536 mi) Vukovar–Stari Vukovar M601, R104
L214 1.853 km (1.151 mi) Rijeka Brajdica–Rijeka M202, M502, M603
L215 52.996 km (32.930 mi) LupoglavRaša R101
L216 4.928 km (3.062 mi) Mirkovci–Vrapčana M105, R105
L217 101.769 km (63.236 mi) Sisak Caprag–Petrinja–Karlovac M104, M202, L104
L218 2.666 km (1.657 mi) Split Predgrađe–Split M604
Sources: Narodne novine,[1][2] Croatian Railways,[6] Institut IGH[7]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ National railway authorities do not correspond to state borders in this instance. See Bosnia and Herzegovina–Croatia relations#Una.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Odluka o razvrstavanju željezničkih pruga" [Decision on Classification of Railways]. Narodne novine (in Croatian). Government of Croatia. 2006.
  2. ^ a b c "Odluka o izmjeni i dopuni Odluke o razvrstavanju željezničkih pruga" [Decision on amendments to the Decision on Classification of Railways]. Narodne novine (in Croatian). Government of Croatia. 2007.
  3. ^ Ostroški, Ljiljana, ed. (December 2013). Statistički ljetopis Republike Hrvatske 2013 [2013 Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Croatia] (PDF). Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Croatia (in Croatian and English). 45. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. p. 346. ISSN 1334-0638. Retrieved 17 February 2014.
  4. ^ I. Puljić-Šego; V. Knežević; M. Špoljar (20 June 2013). "Kraj monopola! Nakon struje, padaju plin, voda i otpad" [End of the Monopoly! After Power, Gas, Water and Waste Follow]. Večernji list (in Croatian).
  5. ^ Gabrijela Galić (13 February 2012). "Komadina HŽ Infrastrukturi mora osigurati neovisnost" [Komadina Must Ensure Independence to HŽ Infrastruktura]. Novi list (in Croatian).
  6. ^ a b c "Karta pruga" [Railway map] (in Croatian). Croatian Railways. Archived from the original on 2013-10-17.
  7. ^ a b c "Prostorno-prometna studija cestovno-željezničkog sustava šireg područja grada Zagreba" [Spatial and Transport Study of Greater Zagreb Area Road and Railway System] (PDF) (in Croatian). Institut IGH. May 2009. p. 11.