Infrastructure

Job for the Future

In modern times, jobs also get modernized. People who are ready to look forward and change with the times have the most opportunities to succeed. In modern times, people with a vision prosper. We have a vision of Serbia as a country of the greatest opportunities for all of its citizens. Together we work not only to create opportunities, but also to know how to make full use of them.

Through a network of marine, road and railways roads in Serbia, direct access is provided to the major ports in the Adriatic, Mediterranean, Black and even North Sea. Owing to that specific geographical position, at the border between East and West, Serbia is an ideal point for trade.

 

Serbia is at the crossroads of two large European corridors in Southeast Europe (road-rail corridor X and river corridor “Rajna-Danube”). Serbia is a dominant transit country on the road of goods and passengers from Asia to Central Europe, with the vision of becoming the logistics center of the Western Balkans by developing intermodal transport.


Briefly on our traffic:


• The road network of the Republic of Serbia (local and national) extends to approximately 40,000 km.
• Approximately 55,8 million passengers and around 13 million goods are annually transported by road.
• Railway transport in the Republic of Serbia extends to 3.735,8 km of railways, of which 1,546 km is electrified. 5,1 million passengers and 12,323 million tonnes of goods are transported annually.
• The infrastructure of the air traffic includes 3 international airports - Airport JSC “Nikola Tesla” Beograd, PE “Aerodrom Niš” and Airport “Morava” Kraljevo. The total number of passengers who used the Airport “Nikola Tesla” and Airport “Constantine the Great” in 2018 is 5.992.581, which represents the increase of 5,6% compared to 2017. Serbia-Montenegro Flight Control (SMATSA) has safely serviced 703,452 flights during 2018, which represents an increase of 9.34% compared to 2017.
• Transport in the inland waterways is performed at two international rivers (the Danube and the Sava) and one interstate river (the Tisa, which is open to navigation of all ships), as well as in the system of channels with a total length of approximately 1,600 km. More than 11 million tonnes of goods are transported through Serbia annually.

 

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