First cars on Milos the Great highway: toll from September
Milos the Great highway from Obrenovac to Ljig, which was opened by the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, is being trafficed on with the first vehicles.Source: B92
The new highway was opened for regular traffic two days ago at 10 PM, said the workers on Obrenovac toll both. Toll on the new-opened section is going to be charged from September.
The new highway’s length is 62,7km and is made of 3 sections: Obrenovac-Ub (26,23km), Ub-Lajkovac (12,5km) and Lajkovac-Ljig (23,98km).
Thus, with the Ljig-Preljina section, which was previously opened, 103,06km of the E-763 Belgrade-South Adriatic highway is in traffic.
Obrenovac-Ljig section was projected for speeds up to 130 km per hour, its width is 28,4 meters with fast, middle and stop lane; it has 42 bridges and overpasses, where the longest bridge is over 580 meters, which has 200km long repulsive fence for safety.
The E-763 highway is a branch of the Trans-European highway that connects its main route from Gdansk to Athens and Istanbul with the Adriatic Sea and the port of Bar.