Sector II: Ljig-Pozega

Section 1:
Ljig - Boljkovci from km 77+118 to 87+839
Section 2:
Boljkovci - Takovo from km 87+839 to km 100+412
Section 3:
Takovo - Preljina from km 100+412 to km 117+477

Technical specifications and work volumes of the road:

Total length of the road
40,36 km
Width of traffic lane
3,50 m / 3,75m
Number of traffic lanes
4 lanes
Road pavement
960 500 m2
Thickness of asphalt-concrete pavement
200 mm
Earthworks
8 300 000 m3
Capping layer
474 900 m3
Base course
607 200 m3
Asphalt-concrete mixture
399 100 tons
Concrete works
311 153 m3
Number of bridges, underpasses and overpasses
66 ea
Number of tunnels
4 ea
Drainage pipes
71 960 pm
Concrete kerb stone
54 300 pm
Steel hand rails
12 100 pm

Highway Belgrade - South Adriatic, passing through Serbia and its central part - Sumadija, from Ostruznica (detour E-70/E-75) to Pozega, stands as part of connection between Serbia and Montenegro, i.e. the shortest connection of Belgrade and its surroundings with South Adriatic. Existing road net within the area of this section, first of all Main road M-22(Ibarska main road), links several industrial towns (Lazarevac, Gornji Milanovac, Valjevo, Cacak, Pozega, Uzice etc.) and, together with the Highway E-75, represents extremely important part of road traffic in Serbia.

Nowadays, traffic flow from Belgrade to Pozega is carried out through state roads of I rank (main roads M-22 and M-5).

Achieved traffic frequency at certain sections of M-22 is a cause of significant deceleration, choosing alternative routes and reducing traffic safety.

The need to overcome this situation exists for many years. Highway Belgrade - South Adriatic has constantly been part of development plans since the seventies, as a road way planned to be built immediately after the road E-75. This kind of significance and a place in national and European road network has led to categorizing this road corridor as European one (marked as E-763).

Construction works were started in 2012 according to Loan Agreement signed between Azerbaijan Government and Serbia Government.

40.36 km long two-sided road with the with four lanes was constructed during 4 years. Three road junctions, 4 tunnels each with the length of 200-890 m, 66 bridges (23 of them are multi-level bridges), abutment walls with the length of 6 km in landsline areas were constructed within the project. Relocation of river delta in the distance of 22 km was fulfilled.

Inauguration ceremony of section Ljig-Preljina was held on November 7, 2016 with participation of Mr. Alexandar Vucic the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia and Mr. Shahin Mustafayev the Minister of Economy of Azerbaijan Republic.

Hereafter people travelling from Serbia to Montenegro and to Western Europe will pass through the road constructed by Azerbaijan Company AzVirt according to European and world Standards.