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Railway junction complex

It is a railway project for long distance, suburban and city traffic, including a shunting station with attached tracks a descending ramp, shunting and loading-unloading group of tracks etc.


  • Employer: The Republic of Serbia; City of Belgrade and Yugoslav, Railway Transport Enterprise "Beograd"
  • Location: Belgrade
  • Total cost of project: N/A
  • Years of construction: 1974 - N/A
  • Category: Transport
  • Status: Finished
  • Area: Unknown

Detail design:
The Institute for Traffic CIP

Designer:
Prof. Savo Janjic, Dusan Nikolic

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Information

§ The works began in 1974 by building the bridge across the river Suva and the tunnels "Vracar" and "Dedinje".

§ In the complex on the part of passenger and goods transport system the following was built:
- 15 single-track tunnels (19,744 m), three tunnels for two tracks (4,431 m), and one multitrack tunnel 200 m long;
- 36 reinforced concrete prestressed railway bridges of the total length 4,960 m and road area of 65,255 m2. and seven carriageway brides 957 m long and road area of 9,840 m2;
- 12 steel single-track bridges of the total length 1,266 m and six bridges for two tracks of total length 2,034 m.

§ The suburban traffic within the complex runs in three directions. The underground station "Vukov spomenik" has been opened.


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