Was ja schon vor 5 Jahren bekannt war, ist das Projekt ein extrem teures Projekt, was sich niemals tragen würde auch bei Maut Gebühren, denn in den Winter Monaten ist der Verkehr zugering. Identisch die teure Autobahn der Nationalen Korruption in Albanien: Kukes - Durres, wo nur 2.000 Fahrzeuge am Tage verkehren im Winter. Niemand wollte deshalb der Maut Betreiber sein, was ein Debakel ist, was PR Strategen der Bechtel Firma im Betrugs und Bestechungs Rausch zuvor hochrechneten.
Bloomberg, May 17, 2012
Croatia Cancels 2 Billion Kuna Bridge Project for Lack of Funds
Croatia’s government canceled a 2 billion kuna
($336 million) bridge project, started in 2007, because of a lack of
funds, Transportation Minister Sinisa Hajdas Doncic told Cabinet today.
The bridge was supposed to connect the southern most resort of Dubrovnik
with the rest of the country via the Peljesac peninsula, without having
to cross the border with Bosnia- Herzegovina.
The companies involved in the project, such as Konstruktor- Inzenjering
d.d., Viadukt d.d. and Hidroelektra Niskogradnja d.d., will be refunded
for costs incurred so far, Hajdas Doncic said.
Jetzt wird tatsaehlich mit diesen unsinnigen Bruecken Projekt begonnen,
denn wenn Bosnien auch EU Mitglied wird, hat die Bruecke keine Bedeutung
Croatia starts construction of controversial bridge
ZAGREB, Croatia -- Construction of a bridge connecting the Peljesac
peninsula with the mainland starts on Wednesday (October 24th). The
bridge, which will be the biggest in the Western Balkans, should be
finished in four years. Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has opposed the
facility, initially claiming it would block access of large ships to its
Neum harbour. Croatia sought to accommodate Sarajevo by changing the
design of the bridge. But earlier this year, BiH renewed its protest,
insisting construction should be postponed until issues regarding sea
borders between the two countries are resolved. (HRT, Jutarnji List,
RTRS, SRNA, Nezavisne Novine, Makfax - 24/10/07; Index.hr, Dnevni Avaz,
Poslovni Dnevnik - 23/10/07)
Und der Brücken Streit geht dort weiter!
BiH threatens to sue Croatia over controversial bridge
SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) -- Presidency Chairman Zeljko
Komsic warned on Sunday (November 11th) that BiH will sue Croatia if
Zagreb continues to build a bridge connecting the Peljesac peninsula
with the mainland. Komsic was commenting on a statement by Croatian
Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, who said in Mostar on Saturday that the
bridge will be built regardless of opposition to it. BiH insists it
cannot be built without complete agreement between the two countries,
including issues related to the sea border in the Neum harbour. Sanader
paid a short visit to Mostar to attend the convention of a main Croat
party in BiH -- the Croat Democratic Union 1990. (RTRS, HRT, Vecernji
List, HINA - 11/11/07)
Kroatien ist pleite, aber man will unverändert diese Brücke bauen
Croatia PM Rejects Criticism Over Bridge
Zagreb | 27 May 2009 |
Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader
Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader
Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, visiting the construction site of
the future bridge that will connect the Dalmatian coast to the Peljesac
peninsula on Tuesday, stated he was happy with the works so far.
He brushed aside criticism from international financial institutions
that the country is spending money it cannot afford on its road
infrastructure, arguing that it need not be interpreted literally.
"With this project, we are overcoming Croatia's territorial discontinuity," he said, after visiting the construction site.
"During times of recession and economic crisis, it is necessary to
support infrastructure projects, such as building bridges and roads, in
order to secure employees work and wages," he added.