INTRODUCTION OF THE ENC IN SERVICE

Autocesta Rijeka - Zagreb d.d., a company for construction and operation of the motorway, Zagreb, Širolina 4, OIB: 96330310281 (hereinafter: ARZ) hereby notifies its contactless electronic toll collection users in the in the post-paid system with a credit/INA card (Master, Visa, Visa Premium, Diners and INA), of the news considering the use of their ARZ ENC device. Starting from 17 August 2020, the device, in accordance with the contract with ARZ, besides the motorways and/or tolled structures operated by ARZ (A1 – from Lučko junction to Bosiljevo, A6 – from Bosiljevo junction to Grobnik, A7 Rupa and the Krk Bridge ) and motorways and/or tolled structures operated by the company HRVATSKE AUTOCESTE d.o.o. (hereinafter: HAC) can be used, with no additional registration, on the Istrian Y Motorway as well (which includes the 141km long sections Umag-Pula and Kanfanar –Matulji), operated by the company BINA-ISTRA d.d. (hereinafter: BINA.

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EMERGENCY CORRIDOR SAVES LIVES!

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On the two-lane roads the emergency corridor is formed by moving the vehicles in the right lane as far as possible to the right and the vehicles in the left lane as far as possible to the left. On three-lane roads, the middle lane is cleared by moving the vehicles in the middle lane as far as possible to the right and by providing access to emergency vehicles.

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Advice for driving on a motorway

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During summer months, motorway traffic is extremely dense and occasionally there is congestion due to high traffic demand. We appeal to the users due to their safety and safety of other traffic participants to show a high level of responsibility while driving, because, unfortunately, in the last few days, we have witnessed several serious traffic accidents with fatalities.

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ETC packages can be purchased at all Toll Plazas 24/7.
phone info line
+385 1 6504 899

Management of brown bears population

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Project name: Protection and management of brown bears' population in northern Dinarides and Alps
Project identification: LIFE DINALP BEAR LIFE13 NAT/SI/000550
Project Leading Partner: Slovenia Forest Service, Slovenia
Project Partners:
  • Autocesta Rijeka-Zagreb d.d., Croatia
  • ERICo Velenje, Ecological Research & Industrial Co-operation Ltd., Slovenia
  • Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria
  • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb, Croatia
  • Provincia Autonoma di Trento - Servizio Foreste e Fauna, Italy
  • Progetto Lince Italia, Italy
  • Regione del Veneto - Unita di Progetto Caccia a Pesca, Italy
  • University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Project Objective: Monitoring, management and conservation of brown bears’ population in the northern Dinarides and south-east Alps. The objectives of the projects, for which Autocesta Rijeka-Zagreb d.d. is responsible primarily refer to increasing traffic safety and improving the impact of the motorway on the environment, therefore through the specific project activities the enclosed corridor is additionally closed for approach of animals, and systematic solving of emergency situations with animals on the road is implemented. Activities within this project are divided into seven preparatory activities and 10 specific protection activities, 3 follow-up monitoring activities through which the impact of implemented specific actions will be monitored as well as 6 activities for raising public awareness and project promotion. The most important among specific actions aimed at the preservation of brown bears in the northern part of the Dinaric mountain range and the Alps is determining the size of population in Croatia and Slovenia based on the genetic analysis. Measures for mitigating the situations in which a conflict between bears and the local population might occur will also be implemented, as well as the measures for prevention of incidents on the motorway (60 km of electric fence, pop-out ramps, one-sided exit doors for animals etc.), also within the framework of the project an emergency team for motorways will be created.
Justification: In addition to the large share in overall fatalities, bear hits in traffic represent important indirect dangers for bears: (1) collisions of vehicles and bears are a significant factor of traffic safety risk, thus contributing to the conflict between bears and people and can intensify a generally positive public attitude concerning this animal; (2) bear hits in traffic affect a certain age group (mostly young bears, both female and male) and this affects the demographic structure of the population as well as its growth potential.
Contracted part of the project to be implemented by Autocesta Rijeka-Zagreb d.d. amounts to 3,821,424 kn, 2.751.428 kn (72%) of which refers to non-repayable EU grants.
Project
implementation
period:
1 July, 2014 to 30 June, 2019
Project Value: 5.987.478,00 EUR
Co-financed value
from EU:
4.149.202,00 EUR
Co-financing: Project was co-financed by the European Union from LIFE+ programme
Contact person
for additional
information:
Bojan Vivoda, Chief Engineer for Geotechnics and Environmental Protection
Telephone no.: +385 1 6515 365
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Useful links: www.dinalpbear.eu
ec.europa.eu
www.europski-fondovi.eu
www.natura2000.hr

Traffic On Motorway

 ON DATE 22.09.2020 at 01:27

A1
Zagreb/Lučko - jctn. Karlovac
  • Regularly, dry roadway
A1
jctn. Karlovac - jctn. Bosiljevo 2
  • Regularly, dry roadway
A6
jctn. Bosiljevo 2 - jctn. Kikovica
  • Wet roadway
A6
jctn. Kikovica - Rijeka/jctn. Orehovica
  • Regularly, dry roadway
A7
jctn. Orehovica - jctn. Diračje
  • Regularly, dry roadway
A7
GP Rupa - jctn. Diračje
  • Regularly, dry roadway
D102
Krk Bridge
  • Regularly, dry roadway
 

Traffic in Croatia

ON DATE 21.09.2020 at 21:43

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