31 Million Kuna to be Invested in Pula Roads in 2020

Lauren Simmonds

As Glas Istre writes on the 27th of December, 2019, more than 31 million kuna is planned to be invested in unclassified roads in the Pula area in 2020. The money for the aforementioned Pula roads has been secured from the proceeds of communal contributions, the excess of the proceeds from the sale of the property and from the compensation of insurance claims.

With this type of framework in place for Pula roads, 1.4 million kuna is needed to build the exit of Bože Gumbac street to Valturska, with infrastructure and a road that is about 100 metres long, and the same street should also have access to Roman Centuriation street, or Santoriova, for which 2.4 million kuna is foreseen.

The largest single item in road construction – standing at 5.85 million kuna – relates to the preparation and construction of Premanturska road, a 630-metre section from the roundabout of Prekomorskih Brigada street, and works will also cover part of Kavrerski put.

If everything goes to plan, the nearby Valdebečki put will be worked on at a length of 1.6 kilometres, and that particular investment will be worth 4 million kuna. Pula’s drivers will also be pleased with the continuation of the extension of the city bypass, that is, the Pula roads of Prekomorskih Brigada to the intersection with Premanturska. The city budget has set aside 3.5 million kuna for the preparation and construction of this section.

Just one month ago, a one-lane rotor was constructed at the intersection of the Prekomorskih brigada road with Rizzijeva street, worth 1.3 million kuna in total excluding VAT, so it’s easy to reach a full profile bypass in a year, or perhaps in two or three years at most.

2.15 million kuna was saved and reserved for the purchase of land necessary for the construction of these unclassified Pula roads. This probably also refers to some future interventions, for which future documentation will have to be prepared, such as Padulj road, Puntižela street, Šandaljska, Monte Lesso, Fažanska, Šišanska and so on.

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