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|Project name:||Sava River Crossing|
|Date ESIA disclosed:||19 July 2005|
|Target Board date:||29 Nov 2005|
The City of Belgrade has requested the Bank to consider financing an initial stage of a new Inner City Ring Road including a new crossing of the Sava River. Belgrade has only two functional bridges connecting the older part of Belgrade (900,000 inhabitants) with New Belgrade and Zemun (400,000 inhabitants). Deteriorating accessibility, traffic congestion, noise and air pollution caused by insufficient river crossing capacity is one of the City’s most pressing problems.
The proposed Inner City Ring Road will be some 17km in length. The Project segment, which will form Stage 1, will be approximately 4km long, of which 3km will comprise a new bridge across the Sava River and associated approach roads on viaducts.
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EBRD Headquarters in London, firstname.lastname@example.org
Belgrade Land Development Public Agency
Telephone: +381 (0)11 244-94-94
Telefax: +381 (0)11 344-05-96
Contact person: Mr Zoran Rubinjoni and Mrs.Tatjana Popovic
Serbian : http://www.beoland.com/ostalo/ebrdsrpski.html
English : http://www.beoland.com/ostalo/ebrd.html
The Resident Office of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development,
Genex Business Centre
6 Vladimira Popovica Street
Contact person: Mr. Ulf Hindstrom,
Tel: +381 11 311 3201,
Mrs. Zorica Saric
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Last updated 16 December 2010