Motorways in Serbia
Motorways in Serbia are called autoput (Serbian Cyrillic: аутопут), a name which simply means auto road. Roads that are motorways are categorized as state roads, class Ia and are marked with one-digit numbers. Motorways in Serbia have three lanes (including emergency lane) in each direction (including hard shoulder), signs are white-on-green, and the normal speed limit is 120 km/h. They are maintained and operated by the national road construction company JP "Putevi Srbije" ("Roads of Serbia").
As of September 2017, there are 782 km of motorways in service.
List of motorways
|A1||Border with Hungary near Horgoš - Subotica - Novi Sad - Belgrade (Belgrade bypass) - Niš - Leskovac - Vranje - Border with Macedonia near Preševo||588 km||554 km|
|A2||Belgrade (intersection with A1) - Preljina (intersection with A5) near Čačak - Požega - Border with Montenegro near Boljare||258 km||53 km|
|A3||Belgrade (intersection with A1) - Sremska Mitrovica - Border with Croatia near Batrovci||93 km||93 km|
|A4||Niš (intersection with A1) - Pirot - Border with Bulgaria near Gradinje||105 km||82 km|
|A5||Preljina (intersection with A2) near Čačak - Kraljevo - Kruševac - Pojate (intersection with A1)||110 km||0 km|
|Total||1,154 km||782 km|
- A1 motorway
A1 runs from the Horgoš border crossing with Hungary near Subotica, passing Novi Sad, Belgrade (A3 and A2 junction), Pojate near Kruševac (A5 junction), Niš (A4 junction), Leskovac and Vranje and eventually ends at the Preševo border crossing with the Republic of Macedonia. This motorway is part of European route E75.
- A2 motorway
- A3 motorway
- A4 motorway
- A5 motorway
Since 2004, motorways network have been under constant expansion. There are currently 124 kilometers of motorways under construction: two sections 34 km-long of the A1 motorway (from south of Leskovac to Bujanovac), 67 km-long segment of A2 (between Belgrade and Ljig), and 23 kilometers on the A4 (east of Niš to the Bulgarian border).
Motorways annual expansion figures since 2004:
- "Uredba o kategorizaciji državnih puteva". Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia (105). 29 November 2013. (Subscription required (. ))
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