R-19 regional road (Montenegro)

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R-19 regional road
Regionalni put R-19
Route information
Length 34.7 km (21.6 mi)
Existed 1984–present
Major junctions
West end R-13 in Mateševo
East end R-2 in Andrijevica
Location
Municipalities Kolašin, Andrijevica
Highway system
Regional roads in Montenegro
R-18 R-20

R-19 regional road (Montenegrin: Regionalni put R-19) (previously part of M-9 highway) is a Montenegrin roadway.

This road will be a parallel road to section of Bar–Boljare motorway from Mateševo to Andrijevica. As of 2017, no work has been done on this section.

History

The M-9 highway was officially opened for traffic in 1984.[1] It was built as part of the larger M-9 highway within the Yugoslav highway network, spanning Montenegro, Kosovo and Serbia. It connected Kolašin and Andrijevica with Peć and Priština in Kosovo, and Leskovac and Pirot in Serbia.[2] Following the breakup of Yugoslavia, the segment between Murino and Peć was closed during the Kosovo War in 1999. In 2010, work began on asphalting 10 kilometres of the road between Murino and Čakor, with the intention of reopening the road for vehicular traffic. An additional 12 kilometres of road was planned to be asphalted between Čakor and the Kosovar border.[3]

The M-9 highway originally flowed through the city of Kolašin to connect it to the M-2 highway. A bypass was built via the Vladoš Bridge to merge the M-9 with the M-2. On 27 March 2014, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs officially realigned the M-9 highway to its current alignment, incorporating the Vladoš Bridge, while downgrading the M-9's former path through Kolašin as a municipal road.[4]

In January 2016, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs published bylaw on categorisation of state roads.[5] With new categorisation, R-19 highway was created, from part of previous M-9 highway.

Major intersections

Municipality Location km mi Destinations Notes
Kolašin Mateševo 0.0 0.0 R-13 – Kolašin, Podgorica
Andrijevica Trešnjevik 17.0 10.6
Mountain pass Trešnjevik 1570 MASL
Andrijevica 34.7 21.6 R-2 – Berane
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ Doderović, Miroslav; Ivanović, Zdravko (Fall 2012). Drumski saobraćaj u Crnoj Gori [Vehicular transport in Montenegro] (PDF) (in Montenegrin). Matica crnogorska. p. 484. Retrieved 24 May 2015. Put Kоlаšin – Mаtеšеvо – Аndriјеvicа, diо је magistralnog puta M-9 kојi prоlаzi krоz tеritоriјu Crnе Gоrе, Kоsоvа i Srbiје. Crnоgоrski diо оvоg puta dugаčаk је 96,72 km. Na njеmu su vršеnе brојnе rеkоnstrukciје, а kоnаčnо је dоbiо dоzvоlu za upоtrеbu 1984. gоdinе..
  2. ^ "Odluka o utvrđivanju magistralnih puteva" [Decision on determining highways] (PDF) (in Serbo-Croatian). Federal Executive Council. 1984. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 September 2015. Retrieved 27 May 2015. 9. put Kolašin - Andrijevica - Peć - Dolac - Priština - Leskovac - Vlasotince - Pirot[...]
  3. ^ Sekulović, M. (6 October 2010). "Asfalt preko Čakora" [Asphalt over Čakor] (in Serbian). Večernje novosti. Retrieved 27 May 2015.
  4. ^ "Informacija o prekategorizaciji dionica državnih puteva" [Information regarding the recategorisation of segments along national roads] (in Montenegrin). Government of Montenegro. 27 March 2014. p. 6. Novoizgrađeni most kod Kolašina „Vladoš“ (veza magistralnih puteva M-2 i M-9) kategorisati kao dio magistralnog puta M-9 Kolašin – Mateševo.[...]Dosadašnji dio magistralnog puta M-9 koji je prolazio kroz Kolašin (galerija „Bablja greda“ – prolazak kroz grad – priključak na novi most „Vladoš“ kod Kolašina prekategorisati u opštinski put (Opština Kolašin) Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  5. ^ "Pravilnik o kategorizaciji državnih puteva" [Regulation on categorisation of state roads]. www.sluzbenilist.me (in Montenegrin). Official Gazette of Montenegro. 5 January 2016. Retrieved 18 June 2017.
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