BELGRADE (Serbia), May 27 (SeeNews) – Serbia's government plans to complete the construction of a bypass road in the town of Subotica, close to the border with Hungary, by the end of 2019, it said.
The bypass road will link the Kelebija border crossing with Hungary to the motorway between Horgos and Novi Sad, the government said in a statement on Saturday.
The government has already completed the construction of half of the 24 km bypass road and plans to invest 1.18 billion dinars ($11.2 million/10 million euro) in the remaining 12 km, it said.
The project is carried out by Serbian company Vojput, the government added.
When completed, the bypass road will directly connect Subotica industrial zone to Pan-European Corridor X.
In Serbia, Corridor X includes the Belgrade bypass motorway, as well as two separate sections, linking Nis to Levosoje, near the border with Macedonia, to the south, and to the border with Bulgaria to the east.
(1 euro = 117.911 dinars)