The new border crossing point in Sot, on the Croatian border, opened yesterday; it will significantly reduce the passenger frequency at the Batrovci and Sid border crossings, especially during holidays.
In addition to passenger vehicles, this new border crossing point will also serve empty buses and trucks travelling between Serbia and Croatia. Last year, 40,000 empty trucks and about 350,000 passengers crossed the border. The Sot border crossing will be opened 24 hours a day.
The Sot crossing, one of the nine between Serbia and Croatia, is located near Sid and in addition to the nearby border crossings of Ljuba and Nestin, it is another alternative for travelling between Serbia and Croatia.
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The new border crossing has two traffic lanes.
The Republic of Serbia spent about 150 million dinars to construct of this crossing and the following companies were engaged in construction – Koto, Elita-Kop, Tesla Sistemi and Krip Inžinjering, while the company Modulor was the general contractor.
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