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1 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Republic of Croatia TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE Zagreb, 06/04/2011

2 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA GENERAL INFORMATION: SURFACE km 2 POPULATION of 4.4 million INDEPENDENT STATE SINCE 1991

3 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Geographic and Transport Position of the Republic of Croatia

4 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Pan European Corridors Pan-European transport corridors in the Republic of Croatia: Vb – Budapest-Varaždin- Zagreb-Rijeka Vc – Budapest-Osijek-Sarajevo- Ploče VII – Danube river X – Salzburg-Villach-Ljubljana- Zagreb-Beograd-Skopje- Thessaloniki Xa – Graz-Maribor-Zagreb

5 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Transport Corridors Established in Chapter 21

6 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE CROATIAN TRAFFIC AND DEVELOPMENT AXES

7 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Transport Infrastructure Network km roads (public) 2720 km railways 804 km inland waterways, 2 lakes and 4 ports (lakes in national parks, tourist boats) 6 main maritime ports (Rijeka, Zadar, Split, Šibenik, Ploče, Dubrovnik) 9 airports (7 international- Zagreb, Osijek, Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, 2 local- Brač, Mali Lošinj)

8 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Public Expenditure and Investments Million kn

9 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Goals Growth of infrastructure in response to identified flows of goods and rise in the volume of goods traffic and related services will enhance: competitiveness of the Croatian economy competitiveness of the Croatian transport system number of jobs Incomes Instead of conclusion: TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE A CROATIAN EXPORT PRODUCT

10 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Pelješac Bridge 320 million

11 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Pelješac Bridge

12 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Total network length km Single track km Double track 254.3km Powered by electricity 977.6km /35.6% of total length/ Railway network

13 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Railway infrastructure investment-EU funds Related with National railway infrastructure plan ISPA 2005 – major overhaul of railway line Vinkovci – Tovarnik; 33,5 km Finish end mil. Euro IPA – 104 mln. Euro three approved projects preparation of project pipeline Structural funds ( ) – approx. 350 mln. Euro

14 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Paneuropean railway corridor Vb

15 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Construction scope and phases of the new lowland line Zagreb - Rijeka Legend

16 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Sector II - New freight by-pass of the City of Zagreb on Zaprešić – Dugo Selo section (64km) - Second track on the section Zagreb Main Station – Hrv. Leskovac – Horvati (30km)

17 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Sector III - Horvati – Goljak – Belaj – Skradnik – Krasica section (141,5 km) - second track on Goljak – Karlovac section and connection single track line Mostanje – Belaj and Skradnik – Oštarije

18 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Sector IV - Connection double track line Krasica – Tijani (4,6 km), connection single track line Krasica – Ivani and link to the Škrljevo – Bakar line (10,1 km), - Construction of the new line Krasica – new bridge – Omišalj new port, - Construction of the second track on sections Škrljevo – Rijeka (12 km) and Rijeka – Jurdani(15,5 km), - Construction of the new line Tijani – Matulji – tunel Učka – Borut (57,5 km)

19 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Maximum speed planned per sections: - Botovo – Dugo Selo 160 km/h - railway junction 120 km/h - Horvati – Krasica 160 km/h (200 km/h) - railway junction 80 do 120 km/h Approximate distances: - Botovo – Dugo Selo 80 km - railway junction Zagreb * 94 km - Horvati – Krasica 141 km - railway junction Rijeka ** 27 km Total:242 km * Zagreb railway junction comprises the construction of the freight by-pass of the City of Zagreb from Dugo Selo to Zaprešić (64 km) and second track from the Zagreb Main Station to Horvati (30 km) ** Rijeka railway junction comprises the construction of the line from Krasica to Tijani and Ivani (14,7 km) and second track from Škrljevo to Rijeka (12 km) – the length does not include the construction of the line to Omišalj on the island of Krk BOTOVO– ZAGREB–RIJEKA

20 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Approximate investment costs Upgrade of the existing tracks and construction of new tracks on the section Botovo–Zagreb–Rijeka per sectors I. Botovo – Dugo Selo 0,47 billion II. Zagreb Junction*0,49 billion III. Horvati – Krasica 2,47 billion IV. Rijeka Junction**0,22 billion Total3,65 billion * Zagreb railway junction comprises the construction of the freight by-pass of the City of Zagreb from Dugo Selo to Zaprešić and second track from Zagreb Main Station to Horvati, ** Rijeka railway junction comprises the construction of the line from Krasica to Tijani and Ivani and second track from Škrljevo to Rijeka – the price does not include the construction of the line from Krasica to the island of Krk

21 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE AND MODERNISATION OF RAILWAY LINE DIRECTION BOTOVO– ZAGREB–RIJEKA Importance for the RoC: - connects central and maritime part of the country, - Connects agriculture and tourism, - connects industrial potential of the country with port capacities in the Rijeka basin, - enables significant development of the Rijeka Port on the Adriatic and places corridor Vb among competitive railway corridors. Importance for the RoC and the EU: - the shortest railway connection between Hungary, other Central European countries and Mediterranean, - encourages the development of the Rijeka Port and transit railway traffic between Croatia and Central European countries, - provides opportunity for subsequent development of transit railway traffic between Western Europe and the Balkans via Croatia, - has significant influence on environmental protection due to redirection of large volumes of freight from road to railway.

22 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Inland Waterways – project priorities Rehabilitation of the navigation on the Sava river- upgrading of the waterway class River Information Services – phase II Vukovar port modernization Construction of the Danube – Sava canal

23 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Inland Waterway Projects – EU funds IPA Technical assistance for preparation of the technical documentation: -Rehabilitation and Improvement of the Sava River Waterway -Reconstruction of the Port of Vukovar - New port East -Port of Osijek South Quay -Slavonski Brod Dangerous Goods Terminal -Master Plan for Sisak New Port

24 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE RIJEKA ZADAR ŠIBENIK SPLIT PLOČE DUBROVNIK Ports of particular interest for Croatia PORTS AS A PART OF TRANSPORT CORRIDOR 6 ports of particular interest for Croatia – Rijeka (corridor Vb), Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Ploče (corridor Vc) and Dubrovnik Distance to Port Said= 1254 Nautical Miles to Gibraltar= 1608 Nautical Miles Distance to Port Said= 1023 Nautical Miles to Gibraltar= 1390 Nautical Miles Sea Ports

25 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Large investment projects in ports Rijeka Gateway Zadar - Gaženica Ploče - container and bulk terminal Dubrovnik - operative coast Šibenik – operative coast TOTAL: 499,5 mil EUR All investments are financed by the State budget, as well as the loans from the World bank and European bank which are supported by the state guarantee Major on going projects

26 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Port of Rijeka Rijeka Gateway Project: Construction of container, passanger and Ro- Ro terminal EUR 190 million (IBRD loan EUR 160 million) Porto Baross - Urban port interface - Tender for developer: 2010/2011 Zagreb container terminal - Tender for concesion: 2010/ World Bank – 1 st phase - Public Private Partnership – 2 nd phase Container terminal Brajdica - Tender for concesion: 2010/2011 Port Development

27 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Port of Ploče - Trade and Transport Integration Project - construction of bulk cargo and container terminals Total of the project: EUR 90 million (EUR 58,8 million IBRD and EUR 11,2 EBRD loan) - Tender for concesion:2011/2012 Port of Zadar Gaženica Project: - Construction of a new passenger, container and Ro-Ro terminal - Total of the project: EUR 236 million (EUR 120 million KfW, EUR 100 million EIB) Public Tender for concesion:2012 and 2014 Port of Šibenik - Construction of passenger terminal - Estimated value: EUR 12 million - Tender for concesion:2012 Port Development

28 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Port of Split - construction of new berths for ferry, roro and cruisers - estimated value: EUR 10 million Port of Dubrovnik - modernisation and reconstruction of the passenger terminal - EBRD loan: EUR 26,5 million - Public tender: 2011 Port Development

29 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Zagreb Airport – New Passenger Terminal Capacity 5 mln passengers m 2 cca 300 mln EUR Decision of the financing model (PPP)

30 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Road tunnels Road tunnels are built on motorways and some state roads. Total number of tunnels is 81 and total length is over 95,4 km.

31 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Road tunnels On the state road between motorway A1 and state road D8 a new tunnel will be built near Stupica. Total length of tunnel will be 185 m and it should be finished in 3 months.

32 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Railroad tunnels Total number of railroad tunnels is 109 and total length is over 29,6 km

33 MINISTRY OF THE SEA, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Thank you for your attention


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