Saobraćajni institut CIP :: General Regulation Plans http://www.sicip.co.rs/en/activity/Urban-planning-documentation/general-regulation-plans/rss.html Story list en http://www.sicip.co.rs/thumbnail/thumb-planovi_gen_regulacije.jpg?thumbId=1404&fileSize=9997&contentType=image/jpeg&lastModified=1396869017000 Saobraćajni institut CIP :: General Regulation Plans http://www.sicip.co.rs/en/activity/Urban-planning-documentation/general-regulation-plans/rss.html General plan completed with regulation plan elements for revitalization of the ŠarganVitasi – Mokra Gora narrow-gauge railway line together with accompanying facilities in the ’’Šargan Eight’’ area http://www.sicip.co.rs/en/activity/Urban-planning-documentation/general-regulation-plans/story/696/General+plan+completed+with+regulation+plan+elements+for+revitalization+of+the+%C5%A0arganVitasi+%E2%80%93+Mokra+Gora+narrow-gauge+railway+line+together+with+accompanying+facilities+in+the+%E2%80%99%E2%80%99%C5%A0argan+Eight%E2%80%99%E2%80%99+area+.html The "Šargan Eight" is positioned in Western Serbia close to the border with Republic of Srpska between Zlatibor and Tara Mountains. The railway line occupies the northwest part of Zlatibor Massif, 60 km away from Užice.

The "Šargan Eight" is positioned in Western Serbia close to the border with Republic of Srpska between Zlatibor and Tara Mountains. The railway line occupies the northwest part of Zlatibor Massif, 60 km away from Užice.

This 0.76 m narrow-gauge railway line, 16370 m long, that runs from ŠarganVitasi Station to Mokra Gora Stationis an integrating segment of the railway line that starts in Belgrade and runs via Užice, Sarajevo and Mostar to Dubrovnik and Herceg Novi. In 1925, this line was used to connect the Serbian railway lines with the railway lines in Bosnia (Belgrade-Sarajevo railway line). However, in 1974, the line was closed for traffic.

The studied railway line is unique because it has to overcome the altitude difference of 250 m at the very short distance. The line is named ''eight'' after  its alignment passes twice through the same geographic points at different altitudes,in the area of Jatare Station, thus making the shape of number eight.

Development and organization of the studied area were defined at the level of General Plan containing the regulation plan elements. Development of the right-of-way and segment of infrastructure facilities together with railway stations and corresponding facilities within the ''Šargan Eight'' Complex including Mokra Gora, Jatare and ŠarganVitasi Stations required special attention to be paid to restrictions, technical and leveling solutions in the length of about 16.50 km and 168 ha in area. Position of other infrastructure systems was also defined including requirements to be met for their  reconstruction and proper operation within the corridor, which willenabletheir connections with the surrounding areas.

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Mon, 7 Apr 2014 13:24:49 +0100 General Regulation Plans http://www.sicip.co.rs/en/activity/Urban-planning-documentation/general-regulation-plans/story/696/General+plan+completed+with+regulation+plan+elements+for+revitalization+of+the+%C5%A0arganVitasi+%E2%80%93+Mokra+Gora+narrow-gauge+railway+line+together+with+accompanying+facilities+in+the+%E2%80%99%E2%80%99%C5%A0argan+Eight%E2%80%99%E2%80%99+area+
General Regulation Plan for structures integrating the ’’Nikola Tesla A’’ Thermal Power Plant Complextogether with accompanying disposal area http://www.sicip.co.rs/en/activity/Urban-planning-documentation/general-regulation-plans/story/697/General+Regulation+Plan+for+structures+integrating+the+%E2%80%99%E2%80%99Nikola+Tesla+A%E2%80%99%E2%80%99+Thermal+Power+Plant++Complextogether+with+accompanying+disposal+area.html The General Regulation Plan that shows long term projectionrelated to development and spatial arrangement of the studied area also defines regulation principles to be followed as well as construction and development criteria.

The General Regulation Plan that shows long term projectionrelated to development and spatial arrangement of the studied area also defines regulation principles to be followed as well as construction and development criteria.

''Nikola Tesla A'' Thermal Power Plant, an important complex located in the wider urban area, is a structure of strategic importance. Construction and operation of this facility is of general public importance.

The plan was developed in compliance with stipulated requirements, the existing structure, infrastructure network within the power plant complex and planned traffic infrastructure.

The plan is based on functional, technical/technological and urban principles and area use according to the planned purposes.

The land use is in accordance with the type of facilities integrating the power plant complex: Power Generation Plant, Storage Unit, Administrative Unit and Ash Disposal Area.

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Sun, 6 Apr 2014 13:27:59 +0100 General Regulation Plans http://www.sicip.co.rs/en/activity/Urban-planning-documentation/general-regulation-plans/story/697/General+Regulation+Plan+for+structures+integrating+the+%E2%80%99%E2%80%99Nikola+Tesla+A%E2%80%99%E2%80%99+Thermal+Power+Plant++Complextogether+with+accompanying+disposal+area