The Belgrade Urban Planning Institute has developed a project for the construction of a bulk cargo terminal/dock for the new port in Belgrade.
The terminal will be located on the left bank of the Danube, at 1161+800km of the river, downstream of the existing Belgrade port and the Pancevo Bridge, more precisely at Krnjača.
The terminal will span approximately 37.6 ha and the total width will be 230m. It will contain an operational area, a raw materials dump, a substation for sand and gravel separation, one for concrete and concrete-asphalt bases, traffic areas, a railway corridor, and green areas (minimum 20 per cent of the total surface).
Facilities will include an administration building, control and access objects and 12 facilities for port operators, as well as 88 parking spaces for cars and 41 for trucks.
The area can also be used for other compatible purposes such as public services (customs, tax administration offices, etc.), warehousing, commercial activities, etc. The construction of the port terminal should be preceded by landfilling to protect it from possible flooding.
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