Metro entered into the spatial plan of Belgrade on the water

As part of the amendments to the spatial plan of the special purpose area for the Belgrade on Water project, a special section has been added to that document, which concerns the Belgrade metro. As stated in the document, within the scope of the subject plan, there are parts of the route of two planned metro lines, as well as three metro stations – Sajam, Mostar and Savski trg.

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The route of the first metro line, which will stretch from Zeleznik to Mirijevo and has a total length of about 21 kilometers, runs along the corridor of Vojvode Mišić Boulevard and after entering the scope of the plan, the route runs under the Gazela bridge, regulating Savska Street towards Republic Square.

The route of the second line, which will stretch from Zemun to Mirijevo, runs along the corridor of Nemanjina Street to Savski Square, after which it goes along the border of the road regulation, then tunnel under the Sava River, through the area of ​​block 18, where after entering the Sava Center it enters the corridor of Zoran Boulevard Djindjic.

In the zone of Sava Square, next to the building of the former railway station, joint metro station “Savski trg” is planned. In this part, the metro route runs in a deep tunnel.

The second metro station that is within the scope of this plan – “Mostar”, is located in the area of ​​Gazela Park. The “Sajam” station is located in the vicinity of block 30, just below the railway bridge that connects the Prokop (Belgrade Center) and New Belgrade railway stations.

Also mentioned in the document two stations on the other subway line which are outside the boundaries of the subject plan, but in the immediate vicinity – “Sava Center” and “Block 18”.

Regarding the access to the stations, it is stated that there must be at least two approaches (entrances / exits) to the metro station, and their exact position will be defined through the technical documentation.


Source: Gradjevinarstvo.rs – VESTI by www.gradjevinarstvo.rs.

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