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1 1 Infrastructure in Bosnia and Herzegovina dr. Jasmin Bučo

2 2 Major ongoing project – Vc Corridor Part of the Trans- European ground corridors network Connection : Budapest in Hungary with Adriatic Sea coast Total length : 330 km Runs in the North-South direction

3 3 PortionNumber of tunnels Total length (km) % of the total Croatia border to Sarajevo north % Sarajevo south to Mostar north % Mostar south to Croatia border % Major ongoing project – Vc Corridor Tunnels on Vc corridor

4 4 Current motorway construction in BiH Banja Luka – Gradiška 37 km almost completed Corridor Vc Sarajevo – Zenica 37 km Ongoing 15 km Sarajevo bypass 11,5 km Vijenac tunnel 3 km

5 5 Strategy for the development of the highway network in BiH East – West motorway from Bihać to Serbia and Montenegro Adriatic – Ionian motorway throuh BiH Second north – south motorway Second east – west motorway

6 6 Strategy implementation Construction in 2011 Svilaj-Odžak 11 km Vlakovo-Tarčin 20 km Počitelj-Bijača 21 km Zenica bypass 8.5 km Banja Luka-Doboj 71 km ? Main design in 2011 Tarčin-Konjic 22 km Lašva-Donji Vakuf 24 km

7 7 Railway network Reconstruction, rehabilitation and modernization of the railway network Konjic – Croatian border (104 km): ongoing reconstruction works exept for tunnels Šamac – Doboj (63 km): development of a financial scheme for works Doboj - Jelina (87 km): preparations for the main design Sarajevo – Podlugovi (28 km): preparations for the main design Sarajevo – Bradina (41 km): development of a financial scheme for works

8 8 Development programme for energy sector Replacment of the existing old units in thermal power plants TPP Tuzla – Unit MW (in 2012) TPP Kakanj – Unit MW (in 2013) New units TPP and coal mine Bugojno – Unit 1 – 300 MW (in 2016) Cogeneration unit in Kakanj – 100 MW (in 2011) New renewable energy sources (60 % unused potential) HPP Ustikolina – 53.2 MW (in 2012) HPP Vranduk – 19.5 MW – 1.5 km tunnel to be constructed (in 2012) HPP Janjići – 13.3 MW (in 2013) HPP Čaplje – 12 MW (in 2013) HPP Kruševo i Zeleni vir – MW (in 2013)

9 9 Development programme for energy sector New renewable energy sources Small HPP on Neretvica rever – 26 MW (in 2011) Wind farms Podveležje 1 – 46 MW (in 2011) Podveležje 2 – 24 MW (in 2011) Private projects Wind farm Orlovača Thermal power plant Zenica....

10 10 Thank you


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