Traffic on one of the most important roads in the capital of B&H was put into operation. It is a part of Sarajevo bypass, or more precisely the first kilometers of urban highway. There are no traffic jams recorded by now.
Connection to the A1 motorway from direction of the roundabout Brijesce to A-1 was opened at 4 p.m., and the section of highway A-1 to roundabout Brijesce was opened at 4:30 p.m. The official opening to traffic was scheduled for 11:20 a.m., but it was later rescheduled to evening hours.
To recall, the official opening of the 3rd section of the Sarajevo bypass, which was constructed before the deadline, took place today on the Butila loop, probably the largest object on the Corridor 5C, which is consisted of 3 levels in order to ensure the flow of traffic in the following directions: Sarajevo bypass in directions of Zenica and Mostar and entering or exiting Sarajevo in the direction of Zenica and Mostar.
Investor of LOT 2A is the Government of FB&, while the contractor is the Roads of FB&H on behalf of the Government of FB&H. The works were conducted by domestic companies Euro-Asfalt and ZGP, while the total value of contracted works was estimated to 23,365,226 BAM.
Using of the entire bypass on the highway A1 was and will remain free of charge.