The construction of the footbridge near Ada Ciganlija has begun, there will be changes in traffic

Finally, the construction of the pedestrian footbridge near “Tempo” on the Obrenovačko road has begun. Ten years after it was announced, the footbridge will connect Čukarica slope and Ada Ciganlija. It will be 40m long, 4m wide and 5m high.

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Footbridge – illustration (Photo: Pixabay)

The news reports that they are works started on the side of Ada Ciganlija, which is why one lane is closed to traffic. It will be like this until October 10, when a certain number of traffic lanes will be selectively closed.

The footbridge is necessary because a large number of citizens cross this extremely busy street at any time of the day, even in the middle of rush hour, even though there is a protective fence on the dividing island, and there is a pedestrian crossing only 150 meters from the megamarket.

Tenants of this part of the capital still In 2012, they signed a petition to build a footbridge, Novosti reminds. The tender for its construction with the preparation of technical documentation was announced in September 2019. At that time, an assessment was made according to which the construction of this overpass will take the City cost about 33 million dinars.

On the sidewalks there will be stairs on both sides of the crossing, and there is also the possibility of installing elevators to make the footbridge more accessible to people with disabilities. The plan for the detailed regulation of Ada Ciganlija envisages the construction of this overpass, leaving the possibility for another over the Sava highway, whose position has not been defined.


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

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