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Railway Infrastructure

Designs of all railway lines and junctions on the territory of ex-Yugoslavia were prepared in the Institute of Transportation CIP. According to these designs,  2,919 km of railway lines was constructed after the World War 2 among which the most important are: Sarajevo - Ploče, Gostivar - Kičevo, Brodice - Majdanpek - Bor, Lupoglav - Štalije, Metohija - Prizren, Čačak - Požega and Belgrade - Bar, together with railway lines and stations within the following railway junctions: Belgrade, Novi Sad, Niš, Subotica, Kosovo polje, Podgorica, Bar, Skoplje, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Ljubljana, Split, Ploče, Vinkovci and other.

In addition, after 2000, designs for reconstruction and modernization of railway lines that integrate the Pan-European Corridor X financed by the European Investment Bank (EIB) were also completed in our company.

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (ЕBRD) has also financed preparation of technical documentation for procurement of 770 new freight wagons and underfloor wheel lathe for ''Makiš'' Marshaling Yard.

Final designs for reconstruction and upgrading of more than 40 level crossings within the Serbian Railway Network were completed, as well as preliminary designs of electrification, signaling and telecommunication systems for the ''Belgrade Center''- Pančevo - Vršac - Romanian border railway line.

Moreover, Final designs for modernization and electrification of the entire Nikšić-Podgorica railway line in Montenegro were prepared in the Institute of Transportation CIP. Construction works are in progress.

The "Šargan Eight" Complex was also designed in the Institute of Transportation CIP. The design included rehabilitation of the narrow gauge railway line, construction of new station buildings and hostels, as well as modernization of technical infrastructure.

At the moment, the CIPs experts are engaged in preparation of documentation for modernization of the Belgrade - Bar and Pančevo - Vršac railway lines, and railway junctions in Belgrade, Niš, Novi Sad, Subotica and Pančevo. back