Construcion of New Connecting Road in Nova Mokošica Enters Last Phase

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Image: City of Dubrovnik
Image: City of Dubrovnik

The project of construction of the connecting road Tamarić in Nova Mokošica entered the last phase before the announcement of the public procurement for construction, reports the City of Dubrovnik. At the moment, the final expropriation procedure is being carried out, and for which purpose the City of Dubrovnik has so far paid HRK 2,865,812.50 in budget funds. Until the completion of the entire expropriation procedure, HRK 5,818,319.18 remains to be paid, which is expected to be carried out over the next four months.  

After that, all the preconditions for starting the public procurement were met. Considering that the estimated value of this important investment in road infrastructure is HRK 25 million, the City of Dubrovnik plans to apply for one of the upcoming tenders for financing the project with funds from the European Union.

Let us remind you that the new road that will connect the Mokošica Elementary School with the unclassified road Lozica-Mokošica-Komolac-Sustjepan is planned as a two-way road with a sidewalk and the total infrastructure within the road body. The total length of the project is 895 meters, of which 275 meters is the intersection on the unclassified road Lozica-Mokošica-Komolac-Sustjepan, and 620 meters on the new connecting road. Separate lanes will be formed for left and right turnouts with a sidewalk along the northern edge of the road, and the construction of a crossing over the Tamarić stream on the connecting road is also planned.

Its construction will improve the functionality of the Nova Mokošica road network and relieve the existing intersection with the former county road. The procedure largely solves the long-standing traffic problem of parents whose children attend classes at the Mokošica Elementary School, because the construction of this road will ensure proper traffic to school.

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