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1 TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE Republic of CroatiaTRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTUREZagreb, 06/04/2011
2 REPUBLIC OF CROATIA SURFACE 56 542 km2 GENERAL INFORMATION: POPULATION of 4.4 millionINDEPENDENT STATESINCE 1991Location of the Republic of Croatia with some basic data:Area km2Population 4,4 milijuna stanovnikaIndependence in 1991 g.
3 Geographic and Transport Position of the Republic of Croatia This slide shows the geographic location of Croatia in relation to important pan-European corridors.33
4 Pan European Corridors Pan-European transport corridors in the Republic of Croatia:Vb – Budapest-Varaždin-Zagreb-RijekaVc – Budapest-Osijek-Sarajevo- PločeVII – Danube riverX – Salzburg-Villach-Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd-Skopje-ThessalonikiXa – Graz-Maribor-ZagrebBasic pan-European corridors which also stretch over the territory of the Republic of Croatia.Vb – Budapest-Varaždin-Zagreb-RijekaVc – Budapest-Osijek-Sarajevo- PločeVII – Danube riverX – Salzburg-Villach-Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd-Skopje-ThessalonikiXa – Graz-Maribor-Zagreb
5 Transport Corridors Established in Chapter 21 During the accession negotiations with the European Union and consequent closure of Chapter 21 “Trans-Europan Networks” ,this map showing the future development of the transport infrastructure in the RoC was agreed upon.
6 CROATIAN TRAFFIC AND DEVELOPMENT AXES This slide, which is a part of the spatial planning of the Republic of Croatia, only confirms that RoC, regarding the transport network which will be connected to the European transport network, remains at the same development axes.
7 Transport Infrastructure Network km roads (public)2720 km railways804 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)Transport network of the Croatia’s infrastructure includes:Road network: km of public roadsRailway network – kmInland Waterways (Sava, Dunav, Kupa, Drava) km, with four ports (Sisak, Slavonski Brod, Vukovar and Osijek) and two lakes in national parks (Visovac and Kozjak)The system of sea ports include 6 state owned ports (Rijeka, Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Ploče and Dubrovnik),and the system of air ports include 9 main airports (7 international: Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Pula, Rijeka and Osijek, and two small air fields: Brač and Mali Lošinj)
8 Public Expenditure and Investments Million knThe level of Croatian transport infrastucture development, especially of the road sector, has greatly influenced the overall development of the country.This slide shows financial investments per transport sector in the past decade.
9 GoalsGrowth 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 economycompetitiveness of the Croatian transport systemnumber of jobsIncomesInstead of conclusion: TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE A CROATIAN EXPORT PRODUCTRehabilitation and construction of transport infrastructure are of national importance having a direct impact of the competitiveness of economy, number of jobs and, of course, generated total income.The results achieved so far can surely be considered Croatian export product.9
10 Pelješac Bridge € 320 million Current public roads network with highlighted motorways network.One of the main national priorities in the road sector is the construction of the bridge Pelješac – mainland.The rationale of this investment is to establish “solid” link between all parts of Croatia. The bridge will enable the Dubrovnik-Neretva County to have an uninterrupted road connection with the rest of the country; this will promote the development of Dubrovnik, Pelješac peninsula and the whole territory of this southern county.
11 Pelješac BridgeDubrovnik-Neretva county is physically separated from the rest of Croatian teritory. The construction of the bridge across the Mali Ston canal will provide a link with Dubrovnik-Neretva county thus securing for all parts of Croatia to be in one road network.
12 Railway network Total network length 2 720.0km Single track 2 465.7km Double track kmPowered by electricity km/35.6% of total length/This slide shows the existing railway network in the RoC.
13 Railway infrastructure investment-EU funds Related with National railway infrastructure planISPA 2005 – major overhaul of railway line Vinkovci – Tovarnik; 33,5 kmFinish end 201060 mil. EuroIPA – 104 mln. Eurothree approved projectspreparation of project pipelineStructural funds ( ) – approx. 350 mln. EuroInvestments in the railway sector:ISPARehabilitation of the railway line Vinkovci –Tovarnik - state borderIPALine up-grading and modernisation section Okučani - Novska - corridor XLine up-grading and modernisation section Dugo Selo - Novska, phase I – corridor XZagreb Main Station Signalling and Interlocking System STRUCTURAL INSTRUMENTS - planned:Reconstruction of railway line Dugo Selo - Novska, section Dugo Selo - Novoselec, phase I – corridor XConstruction of second track and reconstruction of railway line section Dugo Selo – Križevci – corridor VbReconstruciton and electrification of railway line secion Zaprešić - ZabokConstruction of new suburban railway line Podsused - Samobor
14 Paneuropean railway corridor Vb Railway line Botovo – Zagreb – Rijeka - corridor VbImportant for connecting central Croatia and the AdriaticImportant for improving the European regional connectivity: the shortest railway link between Hungary, other central European countries and the MediteraneanThe railway network, including this railway line, has been agreed upon in negotiations within the Chapter 21 “Trans-European Network”
15 Construction scope and phases of the new lowland line Zagreb - Rijeka LegendThe future railway line Botovo – Zagreb – Rijeka, as per its transport-tehcnological and geographical features, includes 4 specific sectors:I. Botovo – Koprivnica – Križevci – Dugo SeloII. Zagreb NodIII. Horvati – Karlovac – Skradnik – Drežnica – KrasicaIV. Rijeka NodTo fulfil all envisaged technological conditions and technical-technological capacities for the planned transportation capacities and conditions along the whole corridor, it will be necessary to construct some new railway sections or upgrade and construct second track alongside the existing rail, increase station capacities and modernise the equipment.All railway lines, as parts of trans-European transport corridors, will have to fulfil the required EU conditions with all materials, equipment and machinery being in line with European norms and technical specifications and furnished with required certificates.Freight transport will prevail along the whole corridor (60%-80% depending on the sector), however the passenger transport will also be significant at certain parts of the corridor (section Koprivnica-Zagreb-Karlovac).
16 Sector IINew 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)Sector II.New freight by-pass of the City of Zagreb – 64 km longSecond track on the section Zagreb Main Station – Horvati – 30 km longStatus of documentationThe spatial study of road and railway transport of the broader Zagreb area has been adopted.The terms of reference for the preparation of project documentation is being prepared.
17 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 – OštarijeSector III.Construction of new double track railway line section Horvati – Krasica (141,4km)Status of documentationFor the section Hrvatski Leskovac – Krasica preliminary design has been finished.For sub-section Skradnik-Krasica preliminary design is being finalizedTerms of reference for preliminary and main desing for the construction of the new or second track on sections Hrvatski Leskovac – Karlovac i Goljak – Skradnik are being prepared to be financed through IPAWorks on section Hrvatski Leskovac – Karlovac will be proposed for financing within EU Structural instruments.
18 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)Sektor IVConnection 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 BOTOVO– ZAGREB–RIJEKA Maximum speed planned per sections:- Botovo – Dugo Selo km/h- railway junction km/h- Horvati – Krasica km/h (200 km/h)- railway junction do 120 km/hApproximate distances:- Botovo – Dugo Selo km- railway junction Zagreb * km- Horvati – Krasica km- railway junction Rijeka ** kmTotal: 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 KrkMaximal allowed speed per section:- Botovo – Dugo Selo km/h- Zagreb junction km/h- Horvati – Krasica km/h (200 km/h)- Rijeka junction do 120 km/hDistances:- Botovo – Dugo Selo km- Zagreb junction km- Horvati – Krasica km- Rijeka junction kmTotal: km
20 Approximate investment costs Upgrade of the existing tracks and construction of newtracks on the section Botovo–Zagreb–Rijeka per sectorsI. Botovo – Dugo Selo 0,47 billion €II. Zagreb Junction* 0,49 billion €III. Horvati – Krasica 2,47 billion €IV. Rijeka Junction** 0,22 billion €Total 3,65 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 KrkInvestment costsUpgrade of the existing and construction of new railway lines per sectorI. Botovo – Dugo Selo 0,47 mlrd €II. Čvor Zagreb * 0,49 mlrd €III. Horvati – Krasica 2,47 mlrd €IV. Čvor Rijeka ** 0,22 mlrd €Total: 3,65 mlrd €
21 UPGRADE AND MODERNISATION OF THE RAILWAY LINE BOTOVO– ZAGREB–RIJEKA UPGRADE AND MODERNISATION OF RAILWAYLINE DIRECTION BOTOVO– ZAGREB–RIJEKAImportance 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.UPGRADE AND MODERNISATION OF THE RAILWAY LINEBOTOVO– ZAGREB–RIJEKAImportance 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.Important for 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 Inland Waterways – project priorities Rehabilitation of the navigation on the Sava river-upgrading of the waterway class River Information Services – phase IIVukovar port modernizationConstruction of the Danube – Sava canalTotal length of inland waterway is 805,2 km: Danube - 137,5 km, Sava - 448,2 km, Drava - 198,6 km, Kupa - 5,9 km, Una - 15 km. The ports on inland waterway are: Osijek, Sisak, Slavonski Brod i VukovarThe priorities in this sector are:Reconstruction of the river bed of the SAVA river to reach the navigability category IV, with modernisation of the port of Vukovar and construction of multipurpose canal Danube – Sava..DUNAV – SAVA Canal:Length: 60 kmTotal cost: 830 mil. €
23 Inland Waterway Projects – EU funds IPATechnical assistance for preparation of the technical documentation:Rehabilitation and Improvement of the Sava River WaterwayReconstruction of the Port of Vukovar - New port EastPort of Osijek South QuaySlavonski Brod Dangerous Goods TerminalMaster Plan for Sisak New PortThe following projects are co-financed with EU funds:Rehabilitation and Improvement of the Sava River WaterwayReconstruction of the Port of Vukovar - New port EastPort of Osijek South QuaySlavonski Brod Dangerous Goods TerminalMaster Plan for Sisak New PortTotal estimated value of all projects is 8,117 mil € of whihc 6,90 mil € will be allocated in IPA.23
24 Sea PortsPORTS AS A PART OF TRANSPORT CORRIDOR 6 ports of particular interest for Croatia – Rijeka (corridor Vb), Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Ploče (corridor Vc) and DubrovnikRIJEKAZADARŠIBENIKSPLITPLOČEDUBROVNIKPorts of particular interest for CroatiaDistance to Port Said= 1254 Nautical Milesto Gibraltar= 1608 Nautical MilesSea transport is the most efficient, the safest and ecologically the most acceptable mode of transport which is responsible for almost 90% of the total world transport of goods. The position of the Adriatic Sea penetrating deep into the European territory and its navigation characteristics make the Adriatic ports very attractive for transit of goods from Central and South-East Europe.The seaports along the Adriatic coast, and especially the port of Rijeka, have become even more attractive after the upgrading of Croatian transport network which ling Croatian ports with transport network in Slovenia, Austria and Hungary. The port of Ploče is important for the transport of goods into the Bosnia and Herzegovina.Distance to Port Said= 1023 Nautical Milesto Gibraltar= 1390 Nautical Miles
25 Major on going projects Large investment projects in ports Rijeka Gateway Zadar - Gaženica Ploče - container and bulk terminal Dubrovnik - operative coastŠibenik – operative coastTOTAL: 499,5 mil EURAll 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 guaranteeCurrently the investments into the seaport infrastructure amounts to 499,5 mil €. The whole sum is secure from the national budget, namely World bank and European Investment Bank loans for which the state gives guarantees.
26 Port Development Port of Rijeka Rijeka Gateway Project: Construction of container, passanger and Ro-Ro terminalEUR 190 million (IBRD loan EUR 160 million)Porto Baross- Urban port interface- Tender for developer: 2010/2011Zagreb container terminal- Tender for concesion: 2010/2011- World Bank – 1st phase- Public Private Partnership – 2nd phaseContainer terminal BrajdicaRijeka Gateway:The realisation of this project will create conditions for further development of freight and passenger transportation in the port of Rijeka.
27 Port Development Port of Ploče - Trade and Transport Integration Project -construction of bulk cargo and container terminalsTotal of the project: EUR 90 million(EUR 58,8 million IBRD and EUR 11,2 EBRD loan)- Tender for concesion:2011/2012Port of ZadarGaženica 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 2014Port of ŠibenikConstruction of passenger terminalEstimated value: EUR 12 millionTender for concesion:2012Ploče:With the construction of container terminal in the port of Ploče, the operational area will increase by 12 hectare and 300m of berth to receive container ships. The modernisation of this port will be particularly useful for business in countries linked with the Corridor Vc.Zadar:The realisation of this project will remove the pressure of passenger ships on the very historic center of the city of Zadar. It will be a modern passenger port to receive all kinds of passenger and ro-ro ships. The new port area will stretch over square meters with 3000 m long berth.Šibenik:The new terminal will solve the problem of passenger transport and enable receipt of cruisers.
28 Port Development Port of Split construction of new berths for ferry, roro and cruisersestimated value: EUR 10 millionPort of Dubrovnikmodernisation and reconstruction of the passenger terminalEBRD loan: EUR 26,5 millionPublic tender: 2011SPLIT:With the realisation of this project a larger number berths will be secured in the port of Split to receive ferries and cruisers.DUBROVNIK:The realisation of this project will secure a new passenger terminal and a new port area of square meters for reception of cruisers and simltaneous boarding of passengers.
29 Zagreb Airport – New Passenger Terminal The new passenger terminal building (NPT) is planned for the total capacity of about 5 million passengers per year.Total cost of the new terminal covering square meters amount to 221 mil €. The project is envisaged as public-private partnership between the Republic of Croatia and the best bidder who will get concession based on the international public bidding. The concession will be given for the period of 30 years.The financial construction wil be finalised by end of 2011 and the works will begin in the first half of The construction period is 3 years.Capacity 5 mln passengersm2cca 300 mln EURDecision of the financing model (PPP)
30 Road tunnels Road tunnels are built on motorways and some state roads. In the Republic of Croatia 81 road tunnels were constructed with the total of 113 tunnel pipes, all together ,00 m long, while currently another m of tunnels is being constructed. It is also planned to build m of tunnels in the near future. The tunnels are built on the motorways A1, A2, A4, A6, A7 and on some state roads.Some tunnels have got the EURO TAP award:Plasina : Third place, 2005Grič : Second place, 2006Mala Kapela : Third place, 2006Brinje : First place, 2007Tuhobić: Second place, 2009Sveti Rok: Third place, 2010Road tunnels are built on motorways and some state roads.Total number of tunnels is 81 and total length is over 95,4 km.
31 Road tunnelsTotal length of tunnel tube will be 185 m and the whole tunnel building (including tunnel portal slopes and cuts) will be 325 m long.Works on tunnel will start this week and breaktrough should be in 3 months to allow passage.After that works will be suspended until the end of the turist season. Rest of the tunnel works and the project should be finished in the next two months after the turist season.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 Railroad tunnelsOn the future railway section from Karlovac to Krasica it is planned to build 10 tunnels in the total length of 49,48 km' of which the longest tunnel is 14,4 km long.On the section from Krasica to Krk it is planned to build 5 tunnels in the total length of 10,57 km.On the Rijeka junction it is planned to build 9 tunnels in the total length of 23,9 km. The longest tunnel is Učka, 12,1 km long.Total number of railroad tunnels is 109 and total length is over 29,6 km