Momirovic: Digital highway is the largest construction site in Serbia
More than 2,500 workers have been hired on the Moravian Corridor, close to a thousand units of mechanization, and it is the largest construction site in Serbia, said Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Tomislav Momirovic.
“Our goal is to complete the works in the planned dynamics and to do something that no one could have dreamed of ten years ago.”
This is the highway of the highest standards in this country, the most modern in Southeast Europe and the widest highway in our country, Momirovic said during a tour of the works on the route and the retaining wall on the section of the highway from Pojate to Krusevac, within the Moravian Corridor.
Director of Koridori Srbije, Aleksandar Antic, Mayor of Krusevac, Jasmina Parulovic, as well as the representatives of the main contractor, the company Bechtel Enka, also visited the works.
“We are working very intensively on the Moravian Corridor. Our expectations are that in the next two months, all the earthworks will be completed on the section from Pojate to Krusevac, and that all the facilities on the section from Pojate to Makresan will be completed and the route will be fully connected,” said Antic.
The Moravian Corridor connects the central parts of Serbia with Corridors 10 and 11. This road will connect all major settlements in central Serbia between Pojate and Cacak – Cicevac, Stalac, Krusevac, Trstenik, Vrnjacka Banja, Kraljevo and Cacak, where about half a million people live.