What will the stations on the first line of the Belgrade Metro look like – soon a competition for a conceptual solution

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The Secretariat for Public Transport and JKP “Belgrade Metro and Train”, in cooperation with the organizer of the competition, the Association of Architects of Serbia, is announcing competition for the conceptual architectural solution and design of the metro station of the first line of the Belgrade metro.

According to Marko Stojčić, chief urban planner, u In the second half of November, construction works will begin on Makiško polje, where the depot for the metro system of the first and second line will be located. The construction of the tunnel will start in the middle of next year, from Zeleznik through Beli Vod to Bulevar vojvode Mišića, and the route continues through Savski trg, Trg republike, Bajlonijeva pijaca, all the way to Mirijevo, where the first line ends and from where the second line to Zemun continues. The system of the first and second line, specified Stojčić, should will be built by 2030, with the first line to be operational in 2028.

As Stojčić stated, the citizens of Belgrade had the opportunity to choose between the offered train composition designs, and an architectural competition for station design is currently underway. This year, it will be known what the space above the metro stations and the space inside the stations on the first line of the future metro will look like.

Further work will be done on integration of the rail system, which together with the metro includes the BG train and the tram system, which is a high-capacity public transport system, is the most environmentally friendly and at the same time the fastest. The public insight into the Plan of General Regulation of Rail Systems, which lasted for a month and on which the citizens could give their suggestions and remarks, is just coming to an end.

This system is a way to finally solve the whole series of traffic problems in Belgrade. The benefits are multiple, on the one hand economic, and on the other the speed of communication between all parts of the city will be much more efficient.

Such an integrated rail system provides an opportunity to expand green areas and tree lines, as well as to promote walking and cycling as a healthy way to move around the city.

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

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