Documentation completed that will be the basis for the further development of the technical documentation for the design and construction of Belgrade Metro.
In-depth: completed projects
Urban Transport Master Plan of Belgrade – Smart Plan, the Client: Secretariat for Investments, City Administration of the City of Belgrade
Urban Transport Master Plan of Belgrade – Smart Plan 2021/2027/2033 in PDF format available at http://www.beograd.rs/lat/gradske-aktuelnosti/1737205-master-plan-saobracajne-infrastrukture-beograda---smart-plan-2021-2027-2033/
The aim of this Project has been to implement a sustainable urban transport approach and update the previous Smart Plan from 2009 in order to reflect current travel trends, and in line with the conurbation and long-term vision for development and growth to 2033, agreed in consultation with municipalities and other various stakeholders of public and individual interest. The focus of the study was the development and evaluation of different public transport scenarios (metro / tram / trolley / suburban train / “park and ride”), as well as the development of short, medium and long term strategies that take into account economic, financial, technical, social and environmental aspects.
Urban Transport Master Plan of Belgrade – Smart Plan 2017 adopted by the City Assembly of the City of Belgrade has pre-defined the routes of the future two metro lines, as well as the four lines of BG:voz including the relevant infrastructure capacities.
Prefeasibility Study with the General Design, the Client: Secretariat for Investments, City Administration of the City of Belgrade (prepared by the consulting company "EGIS Rail", May 2019)
The Prefeasibility Study with General Design has defined the route of metro lines 1 and 2:
Line 1: Železnik –Ranžirna stanica - Makiš- Žarkovo /Bele vode - Trgovačka - Požeska –Banovo Brdo Pijaca - Ada Most - Sajam – Gazela Bridge–Palata Pravde – Savski Trg- Trg Republike - Francuska – Luka Beograd – Dunav stanica – Pančevački most - Karaburma railway station - Diljska - Višnjička – Mirijevski Bulevar–Sedma beogradska gimazija- Mirijevo, total length of 21.3km with 23 stations.
Line 2: Zemun Railway Station – Novosadski put - Filip Visnjić – Zemunski stadium – Senjski Trg - Aleksandra Dubčeka – Opština Novi Beograd - Merkator - Arena - Sava Centar – Savski trg - Manjež - Makenzijeva – Južni bulevar - Šumatovačka – Vojislava Ilića – Cvetkova Pijaca - Mite Ruzića - Ustanička - Mirijevo, total length of 19.2 km with 20 stations.