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Traffic and road conditions (Croatia)

HAK - Traffic and road conditions

Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:50:04 GMT

Traffic and road conditions

(Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:50:04 GMT)

Due to strong wind on the parts of the DC8 Adriatic road Bakar-Senj, Karlobag-Sveta Marija Magdalena, on the DC99 Križišće junction-A7-Križišće (DC501) state road and on the LC58107 Kraljevica (DC8)-Križišće junction (A7) local road there is a traffic ban on: doubledeckers, trailers and motorcycles. Roads are partly wet and slippery. Rock sliding is possible in mountain areas and on the DC8 Adriatic road. Due to fog visibility is reduced. Traffic is dense in cities and on their bypass roads. During the day difficulties can occur in roadwork areas. Drivers are asked to adjust the way of driving and driving speed to road conditions and to keep the safety distance! Until 31 March the headlights have to be on during the day as well. 15 November-15 April winter equipment is mandatory on Croatian state roads with frequent winter driving conditions. Due to winter driving conditions there is a traffic ban on freight vehicles with a trailer and all other vehicles have to use the winter equipment in Lika mountain area on the DC42 at Poljanak as well as on all regional and local roads in the area of Korenica. On the DC547 Sveti Rok-Mali Alan state road all traffic is suspended due to snow. Traffic restrictions: A1 Zagreb-Split-Ploče motorway: -29 and 30 November, 1 and 2 December 10pm-5am traffic is closed between Ogulin and Brinje junctions in both directions, detour: DC23/DC42 state roads through Oštarije and Josipdol; -29 and 30 November 1pm-3pm between Šibenik and Vrpolje junctions traffic is occasionally suspended two times for about 15 minutes in both directions; A2 Zagreb-Macelj motorway: -29 November 8pm-5am traffic is suspended between Krapina and Trakošćan junctions in both directions, detour: DC1 state road; -until 30 November 15th-18th km one lane is free only in each direction; A3 Bregana-Lipovac motorway: A4 Zagreb-Goričan motorway: -one lane is free only at Vrtlinovec tunnel 33rd-38th km in both directions until 5 December; A6 Rijeka-Zagreb motorway: -until 23 Decmeber 67th-71st km one lane is free only in each direction; A7 Rupa-Rijeka-Žuta Lokva motorway: -until 22 December at Matulji junction traffic is suspended in the exit lane from direction Rupa border crossing towards Opatija/Pula, detour: Jurdani junction (A7)-DC8-Matulji roundabout-Opatija/Pula; -29 November 10pm-5am traffic is occasionally closed for about 15 minutes between Križišće and Šmrika junctions as well as at Krk bridge (DC102); A8/A9 highway in Istria: -between Lupoglav and Veprinac junctions temporary traffic signals are in operation - between Lupoglav and Vranja junctions there is a traffic ban on abnormal load wider than 3 m; - until 16 December at Pazin viaduct between Rogovići and Ivoli junctions temporary traffic signals are in operation and there is a traffic ban on abnormal load wider than 3 m; -tonight (29 November) 10pm-6am at Učka tunnel one lane is alternatly free only; DC1 Karlovac-Slunj-Split state road: -at Turanj on the section Karlovac-Budačka Rijeka traffic is proceeding in one lane only until 16 December; -due to roadwork at Sučević viaduct on the section Gračac-Knin traffic is flowing in one lane only; DC8 Adriatic road: -29 November 8.30am-1pm traffic is suspended at Žabica viaduct at Rijeka towards Opatija; Pelješac bridge: -permitted only for motor vehicles, -forbidden for pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicles, which cannot reach speed higher than 60 km/h. Roads closed due to roadworks: -DC2 Vukovar-Ilok between Sotin and Opatovac (until 19 April 2023); -DC Osijek bypass road between Elektroslavonija and Nemetin junctions (until 21 December); - DC14 Andraševec-Bračak (until 30 November); -DC417 Osijek-Nemetin (until 15 December).

Border crossings

(Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:50:04 GMT)

Zlogonje-Meje border crossing can be used only by Croatian and Slovenian passport holders. The nearby border crossings Dubrava Križovljanska-Zavrč and Cvetlin-Zgornji Leskovec are open to all passengers. From 30 December 2021 in the Republic of Slovenia there is a traffic ban on freight vehicles heavier than 7,5 tonnes on Sundays and holidays 8am-10pm (so far 8am-9pm). That is why delays are to expect on the DC6 state road Ribnik-Žakanje-Jurovski Brod border crossing. Dvor and Vitaljina border crossings are open to passenger and car traffic only. At Gunja border crossing there is a traffic ban on freight vehicles and buses due to bridge instability.

Ferry traffic

(Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:50:04 GMT)

Ferries operate according to timetable, there are no difficulties. 3 December 9602 Split-Vis ferry departs Vis port at 4.30pm (instead at 3.30pm).  On the line Split-Vela Luka-Ubli (departure Split at 3pm) Lastovo ferry is operating (garage height 3,80 m).  The latest timetable is available at the following sites: https://www.jadrolinija.hr/en/ferry-croatia http://agencija-zolpp.hr/linije/

Traffic restrictions for lorries

(Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:50:04 GMT)

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Traffic map Traffic restrictions for transit freight vehicles through Croatia: -For freight vehicle exceeding 7,5 tonnes there is a traffic ban on the DC414 state road from DC8-DC414 intersection to Prapratno junction as well as from Prapratno junction to Komarna junction (Pelješac bridge and its access roads). -According to the Book of regulations for public road transit traffic, freight vehicles heavier than 7,5 tonnes without a trailer/with a trailer longer than 14 m are allowed to use the following roads: MOTORWAYS: A1 Zagreb (Lučko junction (A3)) – Karlovac – Bosiljevo – Split – Ploče junction (A10) – Karamatići (D425) A2 Macelj border crossing (with Slovenia) – Trakošćan – Krapina – Zagreb (Jankomir junction (A3)) A3 Bregana border crossing (with Slovenia) – Zagreb – Sl. Brod – Bajakovo border crossing (with Serbia) A4 Goričan border crossing (with Hungary) – Varaždin – Zagreb (Ivanja Reka junction (A3)) A5 Osijek junction (D2) – Đakovo – Sredanci junction (A3) A6 Bosiljevo 2 junction (A1) – Delnice – Rijeka (Orehovica junction (A7)) A7 Rupa border crossing (with Slovenia) – Matulji – Orehovica – Draga junction (D404) A8 Kanfanar junction (A9) – Pazin – Lupoglav – Matulji junction (A7) A9 Umag junction (D510) – Kanfanar junction – Pula junction (D66) A10 Nova Sela border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Ploče junction (A1) A11 Zagreb (Jakuševec junction, A3) – Lekenik junction (A11); STATE ROADS: DC1 Karlovac junction (A1) – Ličko Petrovo Selo (D217) DC2 Dubrava Križovljanska border crossing (with Slovenia) – Varaždin (D528) DC2 Osijek (D34) – (D213) DC5 Terezino Polje border crossing (with Hungary) – Virovitica – V. Zdenci – Daruvar – Okučani – St. Gradiška border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC6 Jurovski Brod border crossing (with Slovenia) – Ribnik – Karlovac (D1) DC6 Dvor border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Dvor (D47) DC7 Duboševica border crossing (with Hungary) – Beli Manastir – Osijek (D2) DC7 Velika Kopanica junction (A3) – Sl. Šamac border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC8 Čeveljuša junction (D415) – Klek border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina – Zaton Doli border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Dubrovnik – Karasovići border crossing (with Montenegero) DC30 Lekenik junction (A11) – Petrinja – Hrv. Kostajnica (D47) DC34 D. Miholjac (D53) – Osijek (D2) DC46 Tovarnik border crossing (with Serbia) – Vinkovci (D55) DC47 Novska junction (A3) – Jasenovac border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC47 Hrvatska Kostajnica (D30) – Dvor (D6) DC53 D. Miholjac border crossing (with Hungary) – Donji Miholjac (D34) DC53 Slavonski Brod (D514) – Sl. Brod border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC55 Županja junction (A3) – Županja (D214) DC55 Županja (D214) – Županja border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC60 Trilj (D220) – Čaporice (D220) DC60 Čaporice – Cista Provo – Imotski – Vinjani Donji border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC212 D7 – Kneževi Vinogradi – Batina border crossing (with Serbia) DC213 D2 – Erdut border crossing (with Serbia) DC217 Ličko Petrovo Selo (D1) – Ličko Petrovo Selo border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC220 Bisko junction (A1) – Čaporice (D60) – Trilj – Kamensko border crossing (with Bosnia and Herzegovina) DC425 Karamatići paytoll (A1) – Čeveljuša junction (D8) DC510 Umag junction (A9) – Kaštel border crossing (with Slovenia) DC514 Slavonski Brod (D53) – Slavonski Brod (D423) DC519 Dalj (D213) – Borovo (D2) DC525 Slavonski Brod zapad junction (A3) – Slavonski Brod (D53) DC528 Varaždin (D2) – Varaždin junction (A4); TRANSIT FROM PORTS: BRŠICA (RAŠA) PORT: DC421 Most Raša/Raša bridge (D66) – Bršica port DC66 Pula junction (A9) – Most Raša/Raša bridge (D421) RIJEKA PORT: DC404 Rijeka (D8) – Brajdica port – Draga junction (A7) ZADAR PORT: DC424 Zadar (Gaženica port) – Zadar 2 junction (A1) ŠIBENIK PORT: DC58 Šibenik (port) – Ražine junction (D8) DC8 Vidici junction (D33) – Ražine junction (D58) DC33 Šibenik junction (A1) – Vidici junction (D8) SPLIT PORT: DC410 Split ferry port – Poljička cesta/Zbora narodne garde junction (D8) DC8 Bilice junction (D1) – Poljička cesta/Zbora narodne garde junction (D410) DC1 Dugopolje junction (A1) – Bilice junction (D8) PLOČE PORT: DC425 Čeveljuša junction (D8) – Ploče port DUBROVNIK PORT: DC420 Sustjepan (D8) – Gruž port VUKOVAR PORT: DC2 Vukovar port – Borovo (D55) DC55 Borovo (D2) – Vinkovci – Županja junction (A3) OSIJEK PORT: DC417 Osijek port – D2 SLAVONSKI BROD PORT: DC423 Slavonski Brod port – Slavonski Brod (514) DC514 Slavonski Brod (514) – Slavonski Brod istok junction (A3). Exception to the above mentioned restriction: on the DC213 (D2 – Erdut border crossing (with Serbia)) state road (in the length of 26,60 km) transit traffic is allowed in case of loading/unloading site or carrier seat in the area of Slavonia and Baranja (Croatia) or Vojvodina (Serbia). More information at: https://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2021_05_51_1039.html

Useful telephone numbers

(Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:50:04 GMT)

Roadside assistance service: + 385 1 987, +385 1 4693 700 Traffic conditions: +385 1 464 0800

Traffic forecast for tomorrow

(Tue, 29 Nov 2022 12:50:04 GMT)

Traffic forecast for 30 November 2022 Due to snow or rain roads of mountain areas will be wet and very slippery, particularly bridges and viaducts due to low temperatures. Due to fog visibility will be reduced in the interior. Rock sliding is possible in mountain areas and on the DC8 Adriatic road.  Due to strong wind on the DC8 Adriatic road, on the A1 Zagreb-Ploče-Karamatići and A6 Rijeka-Zagreb motorways there will be traffic bans on some vehicles.  Dense traffic is expected in cities and on their bypass roads. Difficulties can occur in roadwork areas. Due to increased traffic volume there can be delays in passenger traffic at the border crossings with Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, in freight traffic at: Bregana, Macelj, Tovarnik and Bajakovo. In ferry ports delays are expected for wind. Drivers are asked to adjust the way of driving and driving speed to road conditions and to keep the safety distance! Until 31 March the headlights have to be on during the day as well. The latest traffic information You can get at www.hak.hr, in the HAK Smartphone App (http://www.hak.hr/smartphone/hakmap) or by dialing + 385 1 46 40 800; in case of a breakdown call: + 385 1 987.  Have a pleasant journey!

Ref.: HAK