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1 REPUBLIC OF SERBIA TRANSPORT REHABILITATION PROJECT PUBLIC ENTERPRISE ROADS OF SERBIA Bulevar kralja Aleksandra Belgrade, Serbia Road Database SECOND INTERIM REPORT September 5, 2008

2 REPORT COVER PAGE Project Title: Project Number: Contract Number: Country: Transport Rehabilitation Project Consulting Services for Road Database Public Enterprise Roads of Serbia P WBC/RFP/ Serbia Client: Consultant: Name: Republic of Serbia AD Centar za puteve Vojvodine, PE Roads of Serbia Nievelt-Labor GmbH (JV CPV-Nievelt) Address: Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 282 Takovska Beograd Beograd Tel. number: +381 (0) (0) Fax number: +381 (0) (0) Contact person: Mr. Nebojsa Radovic Mr. Dragan Mihajlovic Client Representative Project Manager Signatures: Date of Report: September 5, 2008 Reporting Period: May, 2007-August, 2008 Prepared by: Mr. Igor Jokanovic Checked by: Mr. Dragan Mihajlovic Approved by: Mr. Radomir Jakovljevic

3 Definitions and Abbreviations AADT ADB ADT ARAN ATC B/C CAD CBR CD CTMS DBMS DCP DMI EBRD FWD GDP GIS GPR GPRS GPS HDD HDM HFWD HIMS IDA IFI IMF IQL IRI IRR IRS IT ITS LRS NPV OS PBMC PC Annual Average Daily Traffic Accident Data Base Average Daily Traffic Automated Road Analyzer Automatic Traffic Counter(s) Benefit/Cost Ratio Computer Aided Design California Bearing Ratio Compact Disk(s) Control and Traffic Management System Data Base Management System Dynamic Cone Penetrometer Distance Measuring Instrument European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Falling Weight Deflectometer Gross Domestic Product Geographical Information System Ground Penetrating Radar General Packet Radio Service Global Positioning System Hard Disk Drive Highway Development and Maintenance (standard document and software) Heavy Falling Weight Deflectometer HDM-4 Information Management System International Development Association International Financing Institutions International Monetary Fund Information Quality Level International Roughness Index Internal Rate of Return Inertial Referencing System Information Technology(ies) Intelligent Transportation System(s) Location Reference System Net Present Value Operating System Performance Based Maintenance Contracts Personal Computer Second Interim Report i

4 PERS Public Enterprise Roads of Serbia PI Performance indicator PIARC World Road Association PMMS Pavement Maintenance Management System PMS Pavement Management System POS/LV Position Orientation System/Land Vehicle RDB Road Data Base RDBMS Relational Data Base Management Software RIS Road Information System ROMDAS Road Measurement Data Acquisition System ROW Right-Of-Way RMS Road Management System RMMS Road Maintenance Management System RS Republic of Serbia RUE Road User Effects RWIS Road Weather Information System SN Structural Number SQL Structured Query Language SRT Skid Resistance Tester SSA Structured System Analysis TMIS Traveling-Meteorological Information System TPL Transverse Profile Logger TRL Transportation Research Laboratory TRP Transport Rehabilitation Project USA United States of America USD United States Dollar VPN Virtual Private Network VDF Vehicle Damage Factor VOC Vehicle Operating Costs XML Extensible Markup Language Second Interim Report ii

5 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Introduction Project management Mobilization of resources Project planning Procurement Software Hardware Field and laboratory investigation and testing Reporting Activity 1 - Road reference system Location reference system Report on the location reference system Outputs Activity 2 - Definition and implementation of RDB and GIS solutions RDB structure RDB/HIMS relation GIS Reports Outputs Activity 3 - Road and traffic survey Road survey ARAN/ROMDAS survey Test survey Pavement structure surveys Traffic survey Manual classified counts Axle load surveys Speed-flow surveys Speed surveys Vehicle fleet composition surveys Road condition survey rolling program Outputs Activity 4 - Traffic and cost evaluation Traffic forecast Costs collection Future update of data Outputs...31 Second Interim Report iii

6 7 Activity 5 - PMMS/HDM HIMS/HDM-4 relation HDM calibration Program of HDM-4 calibration Performance indicators Outputs Activity 6 - Training Training activities Staff to be trained Outputs...36 List of Appendices Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Appendix G Appendix H Appendix I Appendix J Appendix K Appendix L Appendix M Appendix N Appendix O Appendix P Appendix Q Appendix R Appendix S Project planning Software specification Reference system of the Republic of Serbia-List of primary traffic nodes Reference system of the Republic of Serbia-List of primary traffic sections GPS transformation parameters Report on test survey Asphalt pavements field testing results Axle load field survey data Speed-flow survey data Free-flow speed survey data Road network and traffic survey and HDM calibration-rolling program Calibration of HDM-4 climate parameters Performance based maintenance contracts-performance indicators ARAN survey system ROMDAS measuring system Establishing pavement structure with georadar FWD-Falling weight deflectometer DCP-Dynamic cone penetrometer SRT-Skid resistance tester Second Interim Report iv

7 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The project deals with consulting services in establishment of road database for the Republic of Serbia serving as a base for the RMS relying on the World Bank Model HDM-4. This report covers the months 7-10 of the development phase. The Consultant has focused its activities during this period on the following: - improvement of the existing location reference system; - road survey with ARAN and ROMDAS; - development of the road database structure; - organization and performance of field investigations (traffic and pavements); - collection and preparation of data necessary for implementation of the PMMS/HDM-4; - preparation of training documentation on survey equipment. The main status at the time of reporting is the following: - location reference system is almost completed; - database structure is being composed; - road network survey has been completed 70 %; - most of traffic data collection (except manual surveys) is completed; - traffic modelling and VOC data collection is still ongoing; - pavement structure survey has been completed 70 %; - software tools specifications have been updated and submitted to the Client for procurement. The main activities for the following phase are as follows: - completion of software tools procurement by the Client; - completion of the location reference system; - design of the road database and reports, along with GIS solution; - preparation of the road database documentation; - completion of field surveys (geometry, pavement, inventory, traffic); - collection of historical data from the Client; - completion of traffic analysis and forecast; - completion of cost analysis; - preparation of strategic and program analysis; - completion of training materials for software tools and performance of training. Second Interim Report 1

8 1 INTRODUCTION Serbia has received a loan from IDA covering the cost of the TRP and has decided to use parts of that loan proceedings to implement roads database and establish effective pavement management system. The project is structured with the main following tasks to be accomplished: - review of the existing LRS, data collection methodologies, historical data and system; - upgrading or adapting the LRS; - data collection on roads; - implementation of database and data input from the field surveys, existing database and historical data collections; - installation of the PMMS/HDM-4 system and, on the basis of this system, development of a five-year pilot programme; - development of performance indicators for implementation of PBMC; - delivery and provision of training, including data collection, RDB, GIS and HDM-4. The Contract for services has been signed by the Client, the PERS, and the Consultant, JV CPV/Nievelt, on August 15, 2007, with amendment signed on May 29, 2008, and covering details of payment and reporting. The Inception Report has been conditionally approved by the Client on February 12, 2008, with further necessity to detail RDB structure and scope of data collection. This has been discussed with the Client and explained in detail through the course of the First Interim Report which has been approved on July 15, This report covers the actions accomplished or started during the months 7-10 of the development phase and it follows the breakdown into activities according to the Consultant s Inception Report. Second Interim Report 2

9 2 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2.1 Mobilization of resources There are no changes to the team that was involved from the beginning of the services. 2.2 Project planning A project planning is attached in Appendix A and is open for suggestions. This schedule has been revised comparing to the one proposed in the First Interim Report as part of the previous monthly activity reports. 2.3 Procurement Software Improved specification for procurement of software tools has been delivered to the Client within the First Interim Report, but only on August 22, 2008, the Consultant has received the final decision of the Client how to proceed with this procurement. As a result, the following should be done in the next period: - the Client has to procure database management tool (MS SQL Server), operating system for the server computer (MS Windows Server) and programming tool (MS Visual Studio); - the Client has to procure road maintenance management tool HDM-4; - the Consultant has to procure road information management tool HIMS, with incorporated tools for GIS; - the Client has cancelled procurement of the ESRI ArcGIS software tools. In order to facilitate the process of procurement, the Consultant has updated the specification (Appendix B) and delivered it to the Client on August 28, Hardware The Consultant has procured the server computer for the complete system with the following hardware configuration: - mother board: HP ML350T05 E5420 SAS LFF EU Svr; - memory: HP 8 GB PC FBD Memory Kit; - hard disk: HP 750 GB 7,2 k HP MDL SATA 1y Wty HDD; - optical drive: HP HH SATA DVD RW Optical Kit; - case: HP Tower to Rack Conversion ML 350 G5 Kit; - mouse: HP USB-2-Button Optical Scroll Mouse DC369A; - keyboard: HP Standard Keyboard USB DT528A; - monitor: HP L LCD 300n r800:1 5 ms 160/160 VGA 1280 x Y. The server computer has been configured upon thorough analysis of the software tools needs, especially those regarding the HIMS and GIS, being the most demanding. The server is awaiting procurement of software tools to be installed and fully operative. Second Interim Report 3

10 2.3.3 Field and laboratory investigation and testing There are no procurement issues regarding field and laboratory activities of the Consultant. The Consultant has all equipment in its possession and is performing investigation and testing at the field. 2.4 Reporting With the signed amendment, the Contract shall contain only three Interim Reports to cover almost equal periods of services from the start of 2008 to the time of the draft Final Report delivery, as follows: - First Interim Report: May 9, 2008 to cover the period November-April, 6 months; - Second Interim Report: September 5, 2008 to cover the period May-August, 4 months; - Third Interim Report: January 9, 2009 to cover the period September-December, 4 months. Draft Final Report is foreseen to be issued on February 16, 2009, 1,5 months after the previous Interim Report, and covering all the results of the project. Second Interim Report 4

11 3 ACTIVITY 1 - ROAD REFERENCE SYSTEM 3.1 Location reference system On the basis of the existing RS road network categorization the Consultant has approached to additional survey and update of the LRS. In order to properly reference all roads, including inventory, events and condition, and to support future re-categorization, the activities provided by the Consultant include the update of the existing LRS and recording of new primary, secondary and additional traffic nodes. Definition of the LRS is fully in compliance with the existing methodology defined through the Rulebook on the Reference System of the RS Road Network (1993). However, the Consultant has also prepared draft of the Rulebook on Reference System for State Roads of the RS, which has been delivered to the Client within the First Interim Report. Provisions of this draft have been taken into account while working on the LRS through this assignment. Upon completion of the additional surveys, the Consultant has approached to re-numbering of the LRS elements (traffic nodes and sections), as well as to definition of nodes names. Definition of names has covered the following: - initial checking if the names from the old LRS apply correctly; - re-naming of incorrectly named traffic nodes in the old LRS; - naming of new traffic nodes; - each junction has a name, based on the closest village or the closest remarkable place in settlements. Re-numeration of traffic nodes has been done in the following manner: - sorting of road directions by its number; - existing categorization of regional roads, with identical road numbers within the parts of the RS even though the roads have no contact at all, has been solved, by putting the road within central part of Serbia as the first one, before the identically numbered road in Vojvodina; - roads at Kosovo and Metohija have been placed at the end of list, and all nodes from the old LRS have been taken over as they are; - numbering by order of appearance within the road direction and in ascending row of road directions (at the beginning the lowest numbered M road, at the end the highest numbered R road, with added un-categorized sections after the last section on R roads); - each node has a unique identification number. Also, re-numbering of traffic sections has been done in the same manner as for the traffic nodes: - sorting of road directions by its number; - existing categorization of regional roads, with identical road numbers within the parts of the RS even though the roads have no contact at all, has been solved, by putting the road within central part of Serbia as the first one, before the identically numbered road in Vojvodina; Second Interim Report 5

12 - roads at Kosovo and Metohija have been put at the end of list, and all sections from the old LRS have been taken over as they are; - numbering by order of appearance within the road direction and in ascending row of road directions (at the beginning the lowest numbered M road, at the end the highest numbered R road, with added un-categorized sections after the last section on R roads); - each section has a unique identification number; - each section has a name, based on the names of start and end node; - if there are divided carriageways, the left carriageway, taking into consideration increase of chainage, receives the next available number, after the right one has been numbered. This system has advantages in easier update in case of re-categorization or change in network, but the main problem is the huge difference in section lengths, the smallest being several hundreds of meters and the longest being above 50 km. However, taking into consideration that the HDM analysis is being performed on homogenized sections, this problem can be solved through joining short sections to adjacent ones, if the homogenization parameter allows, and splitting the long ones to shorter homogenized ones. In fact, this is usually being done while performing such analysis. The list of primary traffic nodes (Appendix C) and the list of primary traffic sections (Appendix D) contain the improved LRS, but it has to be mentioned that this is still subject to final verification and eventual improvement upon completion of road network survey. This is the consequence of the relatively high number of un-categorized sections that are being managed by the PERS, as well as of the numerous problems with passage of the main and regional road network through settlements. The aforementioned lists are being used for the road network and traffic survey, from the time when they were established (June, 2008). The Consultant is also working on improvement of existing primary nodes sketches, as well as on preparation of the new ones for newly defined traffic nodes. It is expected that the sketches will be completed by the end of October, Some examples of the improved sketches are presented on Figure 3.1. This is all being done in accordance with the proposed draft of the Rulebook on Reference System for State Roads of the RS. For the purpose of secondary traffic nodes definition, the Consultant has managed to provide the information on municipality (administrative) borders and borders of maintenance regions. This information is being processed for definition of the respective nodes on the road network. The final list of nodes and sections and the final road map can only be set up towards the end of the survey and close to the end of project, once all information from ARAN and ROMDAS are analyzed and compiled. Second Interim Report 6

13 Figure 3.1. Examples of improved primary nodes sketches Second Interim Report 7

14 3.2 Report on the location reference system The existing, as well as the draft of the new Rulebook on Reference System for State Roads of the RS, contain provision on preparation of the Report on the Location Reference System, which is the base for definition and marking of the LRS. The Report is structured with the following supplements: - Primary traffic nodes; - Primary traffic sections; - Additional traffic sections; - Overlapping traffic sections; - Road directions; - Summary of sections division by municipalities; - Summary of sections division by road maintenance areas; - Schemes of primary traffic nodes; - Overview map of reference system. Upon completion of its work on the LRS, the Consultant will be able to present this report to the Client. 3.3 Outputs This activity outputs are as follows: - list of traffic nodes with relevant coordinates-completed, improvement ongoing; - primary traffic nodes drawings-completed, improvement ongoing; - list of traffic sections with distances/lengths-completed, improvement ongoing; - list of road directions-completed, improvement ongoing; - GPS coordinates for survey planning-completed; - GPS coordinates for mapping of LRS-collection ongoing; - draft Rulebook on Reference System for State Roads of the RS-completed; - recommendations for future update of the LRS-completed, within the draft Rulebook; - Report on the Location Reference System-preparation ongoing. Second Interim Report 8

15 4 ACTIVITY 2 - DEFINITION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RDB AND GIS SOLUTIONS As already agreed, RDB should be the open one, based on PCs, and should serve as a support to any type of the RMS (of-the-shelf or custom made). The Inception Report has established the software basis of complete system and this was the input for the Consultant s preparation of specification for procurement of necessary software tools for the Client. This specification has been improved to reflect the Clients decision presented in the letter to the Consultant on August 22, 2008, and is attached in the Appendix B. Meanwhile, the Consultant has proceeded with development of the RDB structure, as detailed below. 4.1 RDB structure On the basis of accepted Inception Report and First Interim Report, and further discussion with the Client, the Consultant has approached to preparation of the specification document, development of the RDB logical structure (entity-relation diagram) and preparation of standard report list. It is expected that this part of the RDB design work shall be completed within one month and presented to the Client through the next Interim Report, as well as within the monthly reports. Also, the Consultant is working on design of main application screens to enable running of the RDB by custom made application that should be connected with other software tools used within the system RDB/HIMS relation Proper road data and network management will be enabled through the usage of the HIMS software. This software will not be used only as the interface between the RDB and HDM-4, but for complete management of road network (updating road lengths, removing or inserting roads sections when they are created due to new construction or similar, updating of data when sections are changed, etc), creation of homogenous sections in accordance with the established/user-defined criteria and preparation of the road network data for processing within the HDM-4. Therefore, at the time when it was clear that the HIMS software would be serving as the network management tool, the Consultant has defined all necessary prerequisites for its implementation and has approached to creation of all relevant relations and rules. So far, the following has been accomplished: - provision of multiple referencing systems: Both link based and road based chainages are included in the database. Attribute data can be loaded on link basis and the system will automatically convert into road based chainages; - configuration of RIS navigator (user interface): The preliminary development of the RIS user interface is completed (Figures 4.1. and 4.2). This will be reviewed and modified as the project progresses. Province based navigation will be included in the next period; Second Interim Report 9

16 Figure 4.1. Example of the RIS navigator (language selection) Figure 4.2. Example of the RIS navigator (application selection) - definition of HDM-4 network, calibration and traffic file formats: The standard file formats for HDM-4 export files (network, calibration and traffic) are included in the database. There will be three levels of data in the RDB-Base, Processed and HDM. Base data are the data collected by survey teams in raw or processed formats obtained from the data collection systems. Processed data are the data further processed data formats for using within the RMS. These data are used for determining the general condition and other statistics of the network. HDM level data represents the data related with HDM system (both output and input); - configuration of PMS navigator (user interface): The preliminary development of the PMS user interface is completed (Figure 4.3). This will be reviewed and modified as the project progresses. The homogeneous sectioning, data transformations, preparation and export of HDM input files and importing back HDM results are enabled through this user interface. A graphical chart for adjusting the system generated homogeneous sections will be provided later; Second Interim Report 10

17 Figure 4.3. Example of the PMS navigator (main screen) - configuration of user administration module with system access and network access privileges: Four levels of login are provided at this stage (Figures 4.4. and 4.5): Admin-Administrator who will manage and administer the system. Most of the system functions are available this login; Engineer-A level at which most of the data analysis is undertaken such as determining network condition, determining homogeneous sections, preparation of HDM input files and generating maintenance program from HDM output files; Entry-This is the level at which the data is imported into the system either using bulk import and manual data entry forms; User-This level provides a view privilege which most end users and managers will use for accessing RMS outputs. Figure 4.4. Example of login screen Second Interim Report 11

18 Figure 4.5. Example of account administration screen Currently, the Consultant is working on the following: - configuration of the LRS module in line with the proposed database structure; - development and implementation of preliminary dynamic sectioning criteria; - configuration of Network Management Module of HIMS system for network administration functions (link renaming, link breaking, etc). 4.2 GIS As agreed previously, activities on development of GIS topographic base as well as on definition of coordinate base for presentation of data on maps was supposed to commence upon procurement of GIS software tool. Having in mind the latest decision of the Client regarding software environment (August 22, 2008), the Consultant has immediately approached to preparation of the above mentioned data. However, the results of this work could not be expected in this report, because of the very short time between the decision and the time of reporting. Also definition of coordinate base requires precise data on road alignment to be recorded, and this shall be prepared by processing of the data recorded during road survey with ARAN and ROMDAS vehicles. The Consultant has acquired all the necessary topographic maps (scales 1: , 1: and 1:25.000) from the Republic Geodetic Authority and Military Geographic Institute. 4.3 Reports In order to enable more efficient usage of the complete system, the Consultant has approached to creation of the list of standard RDB, HDM-4 and GIS reports and maps (Tables ). The tables present the reports to be developed for regular use by the Client s staff within its routine duties, while creation of specific reports and maps shall be also enabled through the application. Second Interim Report 12

19 Table 4.1. Proposal of standard RDB reports Module Table Report Referentni sistem Deonice RS_Cvorovi all traffic nodes primary traffic nodes secondary traffic nodes split level primary traffic nodes (intersections) level primary traffic nodes (cross roads) primary traffic nodes per road direction secondary traffic nodes per road direction primary traffic nodes per maintenance area primary traffic nodes per municipality primary traffic nodes per region primary traffic nodes per part of state RS_Deonice all traffic sections primary traffic sections additional traffic sections primary traffic sections per road direction primary traffic sections per category overlapping sections sections belonging to part of state RS_Putevi roads per category RS_Opstine traffic sections per district traffic sections per municipality RS_Odrzavanje traffic sections per maintenance area traffic sections per maintenance company RS_GPS - D_IstPlanDokum documentation per section D_IstProjDokum documentation per section D_IstRadovi works history per section D_Osovina horizontal geometry (elements) per section horizontal geometry (curvature, min R, deg/km) per section Inventar D_PodProfil vertical geometry (elements) per section vertical geometry (rise and fall, critical grades and lengths) per section D_KolProfil pavement profile composition per section D_Klima climate zones per section I_RazdTrake median lanes per section with condition rating I_Bankine shoulders per section with condition rating I_Kosine slopes per section with condition rating I_Berme berms per section with condition rating I_Odvodnjavanje drainage elements per section with condition rating I_Znakovi signs per section with condition rating I_HorizSig horizontal signalization per section with condition rating I_Zidovi walls per section with condition rating I_Propusti culverts per section with condition rating I_Ograde guardrails per section with condition rating I_Mreze protection nets per section with condition rating Second Interim Report 13

20 Saobracaj Kolovoz Troskovi Module Table Report I_Pojave all events per section with condition rating specific type of event per section with condition rating I_Ostalo equipment per section with condition rating S_PGDS AADT level with composition per section S_Prognoza forecasted AADT level with composition per section S_Brzine - S_STok - S_VPark fleet vehicles with characteristics S_Nezgode accidents per section with characteristics K_Povrsina pavement surface per section K_Konstrukcija pavement structure per section K_Istorija history of interventions per section K_PopPuk number of transverse cracks and gravity per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_MrePuk surface affected with map cracking and gravity per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_PodPuk length of thermal cracks and gravity per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_Ravnost IRI value per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_Makrotekstura macrotexture and SRT coefficient per section sections with value below certain threshold K_UdRupe number and surface of potholes per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_Kolotrazi rutting and gravity per section with length and maximum depth sections with distress above certain threshold K_CupAgr surface affected with raveling and gravity per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_IzlucBit surface affected with bleeding and gravity per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_LomIvice length of edge break and gravity per section sections with distress above certain threshold K_Deformacije surface affected with deformations and gravity per section sections with deformations above certain threshold K_Popravke surface affected with repairs and gravity per section sections with repairs above certain threshold K_Unisteno surface affected by total pavement destruction per section K_Defleksije deflections per section sections with deflections above certain threshold K_NeasfPut type of surface and condition rating per section sections with condition rating above/below certain threshold K_TehStanje technical condition rating per section sections with condition rating above/below certain threshold K_KorStanje user aspect condition rating per section T_Standard T_Izgradnja sections with condition rating above/below certain threshold description and contents of standard price list per base month and year Second Interim Report 14

21 Module Table Report T_Odrzavanje price list per base month and year T_Rehabilitacija price list per base month and year T_Vozila vehicle unit costs per base month and year HDM HDM_Deonice HIMS reports (standard and custom) shall be adapted for HDM_Rezultati presentation of HDM input and output data. Details are presented in the third table. Vizuelna VD_Video list of video records per section dokumentacija VD_Slike list of photos per section Organizacija O_Administracija municipalities per district municipalities per central part of republic or province districts per central part of republic or province O_Upravljanje management organizations O_Odrzavanje maintenance companies O_Izgradnja construction companies O_Materijali all locations of materials locations of materials per type of material O_Postrojenja O_Konsultanti Table 4.2. Proposal of standard GIS reports all locations of plants/facilities locations of plants/facilities per type of plant/facility all consulting companies consulting companies per type of activity Module Table Report Referentni sistem RS_Cvorovi all traffic nodes primary traffic nodes secondary traffic nodes split level primary traffic nodes (intersections) level primary traffic nodes (cross roads) primary traffic nodes per maintenance area primary traffic nodes per municipality primary traffic nodes per region RS_Deonice primary traffic nodes per part of state all traffic sections primary traffic sections additional traffic sections primary traffic sections per road direction primary traffic sections per category overlapping sections sections belonging to part of state RS_Putevi roads per category RS_Opstine traffic sections per district RS_Odrzavanje traffic sections per municipality traffic sections per maintenance area traffic sections per maintenance company RS_GPS - Second Interim Report 15

22 Module Table Report Deonice D_IstPlanDokum - D_IstProjDokum - D_IstRadovi - Inventar Saobracaj Kolovoz D_Osovina horizontal geometry (curvature, min R, deg/km) D_PodProfil vertical geometry (rise and fall, critical grades and lengths) D_KolProfil pavement width D_Klima climate zones I_RazdTrake - I_Bankine - I_Kosine - I_Berme - I_Odvodnjavanje - I_Znakovi - I_HorizSig - I_Zidovi - I_Propusti - I_Ograde - I_Mreze - I_Pojave - I_Ostalo - S_PGDS AADT levels S_Prognoza forecasted AADT levels S_Brzine - S_STok - S_VPark - S_Nezgode accidents with characteristics K_Povrsina pavement surface K_Konstrukcija - K_Istorija - K_PopPuk transverse cracks by pre-defined thresholds K_MrePuk K_PodPuk K_Ravnost map cracking by pre-defined thresholds thermal cracks by pre-defined thresholds IRI values by pre-defined thresholds K_Makrotekstura macrotexture and SRT coefficient by pre-defined thresholds K_UdRupe K_Kolotrazi K_CupAgr K_IzlucBit K_LomIvice K_Deformacije K_Popravke K_Unisteno K_Defleksije K_NeasfPut K_TehStanje K_KorStanje potholes by pre-defined thresholds rutting by pre-defined thresholds raveling by pre-defined thresholds bleeding by pre-defined thresholds edge break by pre-defined thresholds deformations by pre-defined thresholds repairs by pre-defined thresholds total destruction of pavement deflections by pre-defined thresholds condition rating by pre-defined thresholds condition rating by pre-defined thresholds condition rating by pre-defined thresholds Second Interim Report 16

23 Troskovi Module Table Report T_Standard - T_Izgradnja - T_Odrzavanje - T_Rehabilitacija - T_Vozila - HDM HDM_Deonice HIMS reports (standard and custom) shall be adapted for HDM_Rezultati presentation of HDM input and output data. Details are presented in the third table. Vizuelna VD_Video - dokumentacija VD_Slike - Organizacija O_Administracija municipalities per district municipalities per central part of republic or province districts per central part of republic or province O_Upravljanje management organizations O_Odrzavanje maintenance companies O_Izgradnja construction companies O_Materijali all locations of materials locations of materials per type of material O_Postrojenja O_Konsultanti all locations of plants/facilities locations of plants/facilities per type of plant/facility all consulting companies consulting companies per type of activity Table 4.3. Proposal of standard HDM reports to be presented through HIMS and GIS Module Report HIMS GIS Sections input data basic data + - condition data + + geometry + - pavement + + Traffic AADT (basic and per alternative) + + AADT composition (basic and per alternative) + - loading (basic and per alternative) + - volume/capacity ratio (basic and per alternative) + + Deterioration roughness (basic and per alternative) + + distresses (basic and per alternative) + + Works road works per section + + road works per year + + Road user effects accident rates (basic and per alternative) + + cargo holding time (basic and per alternative) + + vehicle operating costs (basic and per alternative) + + travel time (basic and per alternative) + + vehicle free speeds (basic and per alternative) + - vehicle operating speeds (basic and per alternative) + - Second Interim Report 17

24 Cost streams Analysis Module Report HIMS GIS savings in vehicle operating costs (basic and per alternative) + - saving in travel time (basic and per alternative) + - reduction in accident costs (basic and per alternative) + - NPV (basic and per alternative) + + EIRR (basic and per alternative) + + NPV/cost (basic and per alternative) + + optimum alternatives per section + + work program optimized by section + + work program optimized by year + + unconstrained work program optimized by section + + unconstrained work program optimized by year Outputs This activity outputs are as follows: - vocabulary of data flows, data descriptions and RDB processes-preparation ongoing; - specification document-preparation ongoing; - RDB defined, developed, installed and operative-preparation ongoing; - GIS defined, developed, installed and operative-not started; - RDB and GIS accompanying application solutions/software developed, installed and operative (functional system ready to present current condition of the RS road network to all user classes)-preparation ongoing; - system hardware installed and operative-not completed; - RDB filled in with road and traffic data-not started; - database dictionary-preparation ongoing; - manuals and other documentation for operation and maintenance of the RDB, GIS and accompanying solutions/software-not started. Second Interim Report 18

25 5 ACTIVITY 3 - ROAD AND TRAFFIC SURVEY 5.1 Road survey Road survey activities are divided into the following groups: - road geometry surveys; - traffic and technical equipment survey; - pavement structure surveys; - pavement condition surveys; - events survey ARAN/ROMDAS survey Four of the above groups, except pavement structure surveys, shall be completed with ARAN and ROMDAS vehicles. At the moment of reporting, the status of the surveys is as follows: - ARAN has completed survey of approximately km (Figures ) and is expected to complete its part of the work by the mid of September, if anything unexpected does not occur. The progress of measuring was very good (between 200 and 350 km per day, taking advantage of good weather and long days) although several problems have occurred with identification of roads and two breakdowns of computer system and engine; - ROMDAS has completed survey of intersections (split-level) on motorways and main and regional roads, where exist. In total there are 89 intersections surveyed on the network; - ROMDAS is currently surveying the part of the network not covered by the ARAN survey, which consists of macadam and earth sections, or mixed asphalt and macadam surface and asphalt sections of very bad quality where ARAN vehicle could not pass. It is expected that this survey will be completed by the end of September. For proper calculation of the GPS data recorded during surveys, it was necessary to prepare transformation parameters from the WGS84 coordinate system to the Serbian national coordinate system (Gauss-Krueger). These parameters are presented in the Appendix E and shall be used for presentation of the road network on GIS maps. Road axis data, and other data for which the location shall be expressed in location coordinates instead of chainage, shall be also stored in Gauss-Krueger coordinates in the RDB. Second Interim Report 19

26 Figure 5.1. ARAN surveyed sections Second Interim Report 20

27 Figure 5.1. Part of the ARAN surveyed sections in the north of Serbia Figure 5.2. Part of the ARAN surveyed sections in central Serbia Second Interim Report 21

28 Figure 5.3. Part of the ARAN surveyed sections in the south of Serbia Test survey As presented in the First Interim Report, test survey has been performed in the first quarter of the year. General findings of the test survey have been presented at that time, and this report contains detailed report in the Appendix F with comparison of the roughness and rut measurement between two systems, ARAN and ROMDAS Pavement structure surveys Pavement structure surveys cover the following: - deflection measurements (FWD); - pavement structure (kern samples and GPR); - subgrade bearing capacity (DCP); - skid resistance measurement (SRT). Status of the pavement structure survey is as follows: - approximately km measured by GPR (completed, data processing is being performed); samples by FWD; samples of pavement and SRT measurement; sample of DCP measurement. Appendix G contains presentation of processed data on pavement structure surveys, up to the date of reporting. 5.2 Traffic survey The Consultant is performing the following traffic surveys: - manual classified counts; - axle load surveys; Second Interim Report 22

29 - speed-flow surveys; - speed surveys; - vehicle fleet composition surveys; - accident data collection. Manual classified counts, as agreed previously, will be performed by the modified method of moving counter, and the data shall be available upon processing of ARAN survey. Collection of traffic accident data from the traffic police authorities has been initiated in May, in cooperation with the PERS, but still there are no results of this activity. The rest of the traffic survey activities have been performed successfully and data is being under processing. All traffic parameters, necessary for the database input and HDM-4 calibration and analysis shall be ready at the time of preparation of the strategy and program analysis Manual classified counts Hour traffic volume and its composition for the sections, with most heavy and lowest traffic volumes, as detailed in previous reports, shall be determined by the modified method of moving vehicle (moving observer), during the following phase of manual traffic surveys. Calibration, e.g. expansion of data collected for relatively short period of survey (usually, it is the period shorter than one hour), to the level of hourly volume and AADT, shall be done in the following way: V n M = 60 where: s + O T n P n - V n is the volume of traffic flow in both directions in veh/h; - M s is the number of vehicles from the opposite direction in veh; - O n is the number of vehicles that overtook the survey vehicle in veh; - P n is the number of vehicles overtaken by the survey vehicle in veh; - T is the time of survey in min (rounding: between 1 and 30 s to the lower minute and between 30 and 60 s to the higher minute). Survey is being done in one direction, as opposite to classic method of moving observer, so the equation is valid with the assumption of approximately equal vehicle speeds, e.g. travel times for both directions. Having in mind the relatively small traffic volume on regional roads this is acceptable. For the expansion to the level of AADT, according to classic methodology, it is necessary to multiply hourly volume with factors: F1-hourly unevenness during day, F2-daily unevenness during week and F3-monthly unevenness during year. However, as the Consultant has the relevant data from automatic traffic counters, expansion from hourly values to the level of AADT shall be done on the basis of unique factor representing the ratio of AADT for the year 2006 on the closest counter to the value of hourly flow for the day and week that coincide with the time of survey. Second Interim Report 23

30 5.2.2 Axle load surveys As detailed in the First Interim Report, axle load survey, along with the interview of the drivers, has been performed in March, General summary has been also presented at that time. With the purpose of more detail definition of axle loads by categories of vehicles, measured and interviewed vehicles have been divided to 16 types, presented in Table 5.1. Table 5.1. Details of vehicle types code vehicle scheme towing vehicle combined (2 axles, 4 wheels) truck (2 axles, 4 wheels) truck (2 axles, 6 wheels) vehicle type towed vehicle truck (3 axles) - 05 truck (4 axles) - 06 truck (2 axles) trailer (2 axles) 07 truck (2 axles) trailer (3 axles) 08 truck (3 axles) trailer (2 axles) 09 truck (3 axles) trailer (3 axles) 10 truck (2 axles) semi-trailer (1 axle) truck (2 axles) truck (2 axles) semi-trailer (2 axles) semi-trailer (3 axles) Second Interim Report 24

31 code vehicle scheme towing vehicle vehicle type towed vehicle 13 truck (3 axles) semi-trailer (1 axle) 14 truck (3 axles) semi-trailer (2 axles) 15 truck (3 axles) semi-trailer (3 axles) 16 bus - Data recorded during field activities is presented in the Appendix H Speed-flow surveys Relation of free flow speed and traffic intensity for the heavy loaded parts of the road networks is very important for calibration of the HDM-4 model, e.g. for evaluation of traffic capacity, level of service and planning and programming of maintenance activities. Therefore, one-day survey of traffic flow and speed on section of the motorway through Belgrade has been performed. This survey is particularly important because the results can significantly vary from country to country and good calibration of HDM-4 has to be done. Survey has been done for the overtaking lane in the direction of Niš, at the approach to Gazela bridge, between 23:00 hours on July 28 and 23:00 hours on July 29. For this purpose portable counter/classificator NU-metrics, model NC-97, working on the principle of magnetic field alterations, has been used. Weather condition was favorable. Traffic lane on this section is 3,75 m wide, and traffic volume has significant variations during the day. Survey interval was 1 min, so the sets of data have been registered. Summary of surveyed data is presented in the Appendix I Speed surveys In accordance with the methodology of traffic data surveys, the Consultant has performed survey on speeds in free flow during May, Speed has been surveyed at three characteristic locations (motorway, main road and regional road) (Table 5.2). Table 5.2. Locations of speed surveys type of road road number section number section name location motorway M1 (E70) 2010/2011 Pećinci-Šimanovci overpass at km main road M Čelarevo-Novi Sad 1 km regional road R Silbaš-Rumenka km Second Interim Report 25

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33 The following classes of vehicles were registered: - passenger car (T1); - bus (T1); - truck with two axes and four wheels, without trailer (T1); - truck with two axes and six wheels, without trailer (T1); - truck with three axes, without trailer (T1); - truck with trailer (T1); - truck with semi-trailer (T1). The Consultant has fulfilled the aim to have at least 200 vehicles surveyed for each of proposed locations, with at least 100 passenger vehicles and at least 100 vehicles of other classes (Table 5.3). Table 5.3. Number of surveyed vehicles per location road number location T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 total M1 (E70) overpass at km M7 km R102 km Micro locations of survey were the safe ones without curves and cross roads and without any reason for flow disturbance and speed restriction. Radar position was providing visibility of at least 300 m in the direction of approaching vehicle, hidden for drivers and with good condition for positioning of staff. Radar type Bushnell, working on a principle of Doppler s effect, has been used for this survey. Summary of surveyed data is presented in the Appendix J. 5.3 Vehicle fleet composition surveys As presented in the First Interim Report, vehicle fleet surveys have been performed in April, 2008 at 6 locations (two motorway sections (between Novi Sad and Belgrade and Belgrade and Niš) and two sections on both main and regional road network (one in the zone of high and low economic growth and for hilly-mountainous and flat alignment)). The following classes of vehicles were registered: - passenger car (T1); - bus (T1); - truck with two axes and four wheels, without trailer (T1); - truck with two axes and six wheels, without trailer (T1); - truck with three axes, without trailer (T1); - truck with trailer (T1); - truck with semi-trailer (T1). Upon detail processing the number of surveyed vehicles per location (Table 5.4) and number of classified vehicles per each class and location (Table 5.5) can be presented. Second Interim Report 27

34 Table 5.4. Number of classified vehicles per location road number M-22 (E75) M-22 (E75) location passenger cars commercial vehicles total toll station Nais toll station Stara Pazova M-9 approach to Bojnik cross road M-7 approach to the bridge on the Tisa river R-120 approach to Bačko Gradište settlement near Temerin R-214 approach to Brestovac Table 5.5. Number of classified vehicles per class and location road number location T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 total M-22 (E75) toll station Nais M-22 (E75) toll station Stara Pazova M-9 approach to Bojnik cross road M-7 approach to the bridge on the Tisa river R-120 approach to Bačko Gradište settlement near Temerin R-214 approach to Brestovac On the basis of presented results, as well as on the detail data on vehicle types, the Consultant has approached to definition of national vehicle fleet and collection of relevant data for representative vehicles. 5.4 Road condition survey rolling program The Consultant has prepared the report on the road condition survey rolling program in order to create prerequisite for the regular update of the database content and usage of up-to-date data on road and traffic conditions in future studies, as well as the program of HDM-4 calibration (Appendix K). The general aim of the future survey program can be expressed as follows: - survey a third of the network each year regarding pavement condition (roughness, rutting, deflection and visual distresses), meaning between and km each year, to cover the whole km in three years; - update the reference system and road geometry each year by measuring the distances and GPS coordinates of new or modified sections (in the RS, we should not expect more then 5 % of the network to be affected by the changes), along with their geometry; - every five years survey inventory parameters, such as drainage and equipment condition. Second Interim Report 28

35 To be more precise, it is possible to recommend the following program for the coming 3 years, starting from 2010: - In the first year (2010) survey complete motorway/expressway network and I class roads with most traffic, e.g. AADT>7.000 veh/day. The length of this survey is expected to be close to km; - In the following year (2011) survey remaining I class roads and paved II class roads with most traffic, e.g. AADT>3.000 veh/day. Include in this program eventual candidate/priority sections for the second maintenance program. The length of this survey is expected to be close to km; - In the last year (2012) survey the remaining II class roads. The survey program should also exclude sections that have been overlaid in the year before the survey and those that have been programmed for the year of the survey. For the sections program for the year after the survey, the situation depends on the use that can be made of the data in the design. If design is advanced or includes its own measurements, those sections should be also excluded. Taking this into account, the actual length never reaches the third of the network (target length would be typically km/year). 5.5 Outputs This activity outputs are as follows: - road network surveyed-ongoing; - traffic surveyed-ongoing; - collected data on roads and traffic verified and processed-ongoing; - road and traffic data entered into the RDB-not completed; - road condition survey rolling program-completed; - proposal for procurement of road condition survey equipment-not completed. Second Interim Report 29

36 6 ACTIVITY 4 - TRAFFIC AND COST EVALUATION This activity includes the tasks related to traffic forecast and estimate of costs related to vehicle operation, construction and maintenance activities. 6.1 Traffic forecast The following information for the purpose of assessing the future traffic development has been collected in the previous period: - traffic development trends achieved in previous period; - traffic development factors (GDP level and factors of its development, population and its development, motorization level, new infrastructure development, tourism, share of international traffic, etc); - international exchange, development of traffic in the region, etc; - economy development plans, economic growth projections, etc. Also, the Consultant has obtained recent forecasts for economic growth in the RS produced by the World Bank, IMF and EBRD. On the basis of the afore mentioned information and documents, the Consultant has approached to preparation of the basis for the forecast of future traffic flows on the RS road network. Findings shall be ready at the time of preparation of strategy and program analysis. 6.2 Costs collection Having in mind instabilities in the market and recent numerous changes in the price of crude oil, the Consultant is constantly monitoring relevant unit prices to be ready for application when needed. These prices cover the following: fuel, lubricants, tires, maintenance parts, depreciation, interest, maintenance labor, crew, overheads, passenger time and cargo holding time. During the reporting period, the Consultant has also worked on collection and analysis of prices regarding road maintenance (routine maintenance, rehabilitation, reconstruction) and construction. It is expected that the full report on this matter shall be presented by the mid of October. 6.3 Future update of data The Consultant has also prepared recommendations for future activities on collection of traffic data and unit costs related to users and works, which are presented in Appendix K. Summary of recommendations is presented below: - traffic volume continuous annual survey of traffic volumes with automatic counters on selected sections, supplemented with three year manual surveys at same locations for more precise definition of vehicle categories and with short-term automatic or manual surveys on other sections; - axle load regular annual survey of axle load and weight; Second Interim Report 30

37 - other traffic parameters three year survey (next survey in 2011); - vehicle fleet five year survey (next survey in 2013); - costs annual survey of unit costs; semi-annual or quarterly survey only if the market becomes unstable. 6.4 Outputs This activity outputs are as follows: - traffic forecast-data collection ongoing; - assessment of road user unit costs-ongoing; - defined maintenance and construction unit costs-ongoing; - traffic and costs data entered into the RDB-not started; - link between the RDB and PMMS/HDM-4-not started; - PMMS/HDM-4 installed and operating-not started; - HDM-4 workspace defined and calibration performed-not started; - recommendations for future traffic and costs update and survey activities-completed. Second Interim Report 31

38 7 ACTIVITY 5 - PMMS/HDM HIMS/HDM-4 relation The HIMS software tool is the analysis engine that can manage and process data stored in the RDB in order to facilitate data handling by the HDM-4. This is especially important for homogenous sectioning of the road network as this tool is one of the built-in modules of the HIMS. Currently, the Consultant is working on development of criteria for road network sectioning which is expected to be completed by the time of preparation of strategy and program analysis. 7.2 HDM calibration Calibration of the HDM-4 environment to local conditions requires establishment of the following calibration parameters: - Free flow speed: HDM-4 model calculates operation speed on the basis of traffic and road characteristics. Driver s influence is being taken onto account through the parameter called desired speed established by measuring the speed in a free flow; - Hourly flow: Hourly traffic distribution describes distribution of hourly traffic flow during the year and is being used for definition of periods of different traffic volume levels. Influence of variable traffic load along day on traffic flow is being taken into account by this way. Hourly distribution of traffic flow is defined by number of hours during year where traffic volume reaches certain percent of AADT; - Speed-flow function: HDM-4 model adapts vehicle speed to traffic flow and road condition. Establishment of speed-flow function for different types of roads requires extensive studies; - Vehicle fleet: Vehicle operating costs (VOCs) are being established by calculating quantities of used resources and vehicle speeds, and than multiplying them with unit price of resources to get total operating costs and travel times for each type of vehicle. Calibration procedure considers selection of representative vehicle types and establishment of their technical and economic characteristics; - Axle load: Pavement deterioration process significantly depends on distribution of axles and loads. HDM-4 model performs prognosis of pavement deterioration taking into account the axle loads, above other parameters; - Climate: Climate parameters are being used for establishment of pavement deterioration during time; - Pavement deterioration: Pavement deterioration calibration module enables definition of a range of calibration coefficients for each section and for different pavement types. Pavement damage initiation and progress can be calibrated to local conditions with these coefficients. The Consultant is currently working on development of calibration parameters for the HDM-4 workspace. Data obtained through the course of traffic survey and analysis can be utilized efficiently for this purpose and this will be ready by the end of October. Also, the report on calibration of climate parameters is completed (Appendix L). Therefore, only calibration parameters for the pavement deterioration model remain, and these are expected to be prepared by the end of October. Second Interim Report 32

39 The calibration of pavement deterioration model will be carried out at Level 1 (Basic application), determining the values of required basic input parameters, adopting many default values and calibrating the most sensitive parameters with best estimates, desk studies or minimal field surveys Program of HDM-4 calibration The Consultant has prepared the report on the road condition survey rolling program in order to create prerequisite for the regular update of the database content and usage of up-to-date data on road and traffic conditions in future studies, as well as the program of HDM-4 calibration (Appendix K). Calibration parameters related to traffic volume and vehicle speed are being obtained through analysis of traffic data. Recommended update intervals (three and five years) for traffic data are sufficient to obtain relevant parameters for calibration and to reflect changes in national vehicle fleet, increase/decrease of traffic load and drivers behavior. Climate characteristics are not changed very often and future updates of climate parameters can be based on time interval not shorter than 5 years, but not longer than 10 years. Collection of climate data is the least costly of all monitoring activities. For example, the weather and climate data recorded on airports, national weather stations and local weather news channels are usually available from the Internet. In most countries the climate data are available in electronic and published document from meteorological departments/offices for all of their climate regions. For the future updates of the climate parameters, a good cooperation with relevant institutions has to be established and maintained. Calibration of pavement deterioration requires selection of 10 to 20 test sections (only paved sections to be considered), which represent road network regarding features, condition and traffic. It is common that two or more series of measurements should be performed on the test sections in the period not shorter than three years. With every additional measurement of pavement condition indicators, the initial pavement performance models would be revised and verified according to increased database of pavement condition data collected from test section, resulting in improved pavement performance models in the RS, depending of local conditions. Test sections should be selected for periodic inspections/opservations that should be performed twice a year in the next 10 years. Based on inspection results in first 5 years, the preliminary pavement performance models will be developed. This represents minimal statistical sample for results analysis (5-year period in which observations on selected test sections will be performed). Period of next 5 years is considered as verification of proposed performance models for individual distresses with continuation of inspections. This proposed aproach coresponds to Level 3-Adaptation model of calibration. 7.3 Performance indicators An indication of the role of the RMMS in a road agency is the degree to which the system programs are actually implemented. Due to budget, technical and logistical factors, even if the predicted forward works program was 100 percent accurate, it would not be 100 percent implemented. However, if the RMMS is an integral part of the planning process, and is giving sensible predictions, then a substantial portion of the predicted program would normally be implemented. Second Interim Report 33

40 All RMMSs would benefit from having a mechanism for monitoring the rate of program implementation. Performance monitoring involves periodically measuring a project s or activity s progress toward explicit short- and long-term objectives and giving feedback on the results to decision makers who can use the information in various ways to improve performance. The PBMC have to provide for the measurement of a range of key PIs to measure the contractor s performance in certain areas, and to adjust payments to the contractor based on that performance. Generally key PIs reflect performance in asset management, safety, customer relations, environmental compliance and maintaining regional commitments. Therefore, and on the basis of the ToR, the Consultant has developed a proposal (Appendix M) of two sets of PIs, namely: low-level (operational) and high-level indicators. The first list contains PIs related only to preservation of road assets and creation of safe conditions for traffic, with details on proposed service level (target) and acceptable level, response time and method and frequency of measurement. These indicators mainly fall into the category of low level operational indicators that are of interest internally to assess the success of processes and tasks being performed by the contractor. The second list contains the rest of the proposed PIs, but without any details as these PIs are mainly used for comparison of road network condition and perception of the road network and road administration performance by stakeholders (government, users, media, public etc). Assessment of programs and general performance of the road agency is being done by these high level indicators. Also, targets that should be related to this second set of PIs depend strongly on the state transport policy and policy of the road agency, and can not be easily recommended without further deeper study of the policies, objectives and activities in the sector. 7.4 Outputs This activity outputs are as follows: - homogeneous sectioning software installed and operating-not completed; - manual for homogeneous sectioning software-not completed; - link between the RDB and PMMS/HDM-4-ongoing; - PMMS/HDM-4 installed and operating-not completed; - HDM-4 workspace defined and calibration performed-not completed; - network strategic analysis-not completed; - five-years works program-not completed; - recommendations for future calibration of the HDM-4-completed; - performance indicators for PBMC-completed. Second Interim Report 34

41 8 ACTIVITY 6 - TRAINING 8.1 Training activities Training program for all activities has been presented in the First Interim Report. During the time of reporting the Consultant has prepared and distributed the following material to the Client: - ARAN survey system (Appendix N); - ROMDAS measuring system (Appendix O); - Establishing pavement structure with georadar (Appendix P); - FWD-Falling weight deflectometer (Appendix Q); - DCP-Dynamic cone penetrometer (Appendix R); - SRT-Skid resistance tester (Appendix S). It is expected that the training in ARAN survey equipment shall be performed by the end of first half of September (due to availability of ARAN), and by the end of September for the rest of the listed survey equipment. This depends on the availability of the Client s staff and their regular duties. 8.2 Staff to be trained Within the following period, the Client has selected its staff for the training, as presented in Table 8.1. Table 8.1. PERS staff to be trained type of training survey equipment RDB GIS HIMS HDM-4 - Sector for strategy, design and supervision Tamara Đoković Ljiljana Nedić-Pavlović Tamara Đoković Jovan Kostić Tamara Đoković Jovan Kostić Dragan Milojčić Jovan Kostić Ivana Kostić Sector for managementinformation systems in transport Jovan Ristivojević Vladimir Tomić Jovan Ristivojević Rajko Branković Vladimir Tomić Jovan Ristivojević Zoran Danković Marija Panić Jovan Ristivojević Zoran Macić Jovan Ristivojević Zoran Macić Sector for investments Nebojša Radović Gordana Subotički- Đorđević Nebojša Radović Gordana Subotički- Đorđević Nebojša Radović Gordana Subotički- Đorđević Nebojša Radović Gordana Subotički- Đorđević Nebojša Radović Gordana Subotički- Đorđević total number Second Interim Report 35

42 8.3 Outputs This activity outputs are as follows: - instructions for equipment utilization-completed; - on the site equipment training-not completed; - RDB, GIS, HIMS and PMMS/HDM-4 manuals-not completed; - RDB, GIS, HIMS and PMMS/HDM-4 training material-not completed; - in the office RDB, GIS, HIMS and PMMS/HDM-4 training-not completed. Second Interim Report 36

43 Second Interim Report APPENDICES

44 Appendix A PROJECT PLANNING

45 JV CPV - Nievelt: Road Database P R O J E C T P L A N ID Task Name Duration Start Finish gust September October November December January February March April May June July August September October November December January February March April Road Database 433 days Mon Wed (i) Inception Phase 128 days Mon Thu (ii) Development Phase 423 days Mon Wed Establishment of location reference system 90 days Mon Wed Road and traffic data survey methodology 63 days Tue Fri Procurement and installation of survey equipment and system support arrangments 25 days Mon Fri Test survey(s) and equipment calibration 15 days Mon Mon Traffic and road network survey 169 days Mon Thu Training in condition surveys and survey data management 7 days Mon Thu Validation and processing of surveyed data 169 days Tue Fri Definition and implementation of RDB and GIS 135 days Mon Mon Input of road inventory, road condition data and traffic data into RDB 60 days Mon Fri Installation of PMMS/HDM IV 36 days Mon Thu Medium term (5 years) program for road maintenance 50 days Tue Mon Performance indicators for implementation of PBMC 25 days Mon Fri Road condition survey rolling program 11 days Mon Fri Trainings and workshops in RDB, GIS, HIMS and HDM 4 14 days Mon Thu Draft Final Report with reccomendations 15 days Tue Mon Final Report with recommendations 25 days Thu Wed First Interim Report 0 days Fri Fri Second Interim Report 0 days Fri Fri Third Interim Report 0 days Fri Fri Project: Road Database Date: September 5, 2008 Task Split Progress Milestone Summary Project Summary External Tasks External Milestone Deadline

46 Appendix B SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION

47 1. Scope of services These specifications cover the procurement of computer programs for the purpose of design and usage of the Republic of Serbia Road Database. The specifications cover procurement of two types of computer programs, and they are: system for data base management and system for planning and programming of activities on road network. 2. Description of computer programs Stated computer programs will be used for performance of regular activities of the PE Roads of Serbia, related to following: - design of road database; - road database management related to administration of database and design of tables with data; - usage of road database related to queires and analysis of its data; - display and usage of data through web; - preparetion of data for performance of strategic and program analysis; - performance of strategic and program analysis related to activities on road network. 3. Quantities and versions 3.1. Database management system No. name version pieces 1. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SE SP Microsoft SQL Server, instalacioni CD 2005 SE SP Microsoft SQL Server CAL, SNGL OLP NL Device CAL 2005 SE SP Microsoft Windows Server, SNGL OLP NL 2003 SE R Microsoft Windows Server, instalacioni CD 2003 SE R Microsoft Windows Server CAL, SNGL OLP NL Device CAL 2003 SE R Microsoft Visual Studio Team System, sa MSDN Premium 2008 Database ED System for planning and programming of activities on road network No. name version pieces 1. Highway Development and Maintenance HDM-4, four-pack license (SCC) 4. Acceptance procedure Acceptance procedure will have two phases: - completeness check of delivered computer programs (electronic media and documentation); - check of work of installed versions in corresponding server, database and web environment. In a case of incompleteness or unsuitable work of computer programs, deadline of 14 days will be left to the supplier to correct defects. If the supplier fails to remove defects in defined deadline, Client has the right to cancel the contract, without obligation to supplier. 5. Guarantee and maintenance All provided computer programs will be secured with standard manufacturer guaranty.

48 6. Procurement Procurement shall be done by direct deal with authorized distributors for the area of the Republic of Serbia, and they are: - for programs of Microsoft company, through network of authorized distributors; - for the HDM-4 program, through the HDMGlobal, dr Eric Stannard, Technical Manager, University of Birmingham Delivery Delivery of computer programs of the Microsoft company will be done in a period of 7 days from the day of signing the contract, while the term for delivery of HDM-4 program is 30 days from the day of order Payment Payment for computer program of the Microsoft company shall be done according to the following dynamics: - 25 % in advance on the day of signing the contract; - 50 % after delivery and completeness check of delivered computer programs; - 25 % after the check of work of installed versions in corresponding server, database and web environment. Payment for the HDM-4 program will be done at the time of placing the order Licensing In the time of procurement, Client will define the name of the user (JP PUTEVI SRBIJE) for both types of computer programs, in order to register the same in time of product licensing, so that in further usage there would not be any dilemmas and misunderstandings. 2

49 Appendix C REFERENCE SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA - List of primary traffic nodes -

50 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M1 GR.APV (LIPOVAC) granica HR/SR (BATROVCI) V M1,M18.1,R128 ADAŠEVCI ADAŠEVCI V M1,R103 KUZMIN 1 (SREMSKA RACA);KUZMIN 1 (S.R KUZMIN (AUTOPUT) V M1,R103.2 SREMSKA MITROVICA 1;SREMSKA MITROVSREMSKA MITROVICA (AUTOPUT) V M1,M21 RUMA 1 (ZA RUMU) RUMA (AUTOPUT) V M1,R103 PECINCI 1 (ZA PECINCE) PEĆINCI (AUTOPUT) V M1,N2 ŠIMANOVCI ŠIMANOVCI (AUTOPUT) V M1 GR. APV (ŠIMANOVCI);GR.APV (ŠIMANOVCIgranica APV (ŠIMANOVCI) V M1,R267 ZA DOBANOVCE DOBANOVCI 1 (AUTOPUT) S 0010 CB010 M1,N16 OSTRUŽNICA 1;; DOBANOVCI 2 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R266 AERODROM "SURCIN" AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA" S M1,M22 BEOGRAD (NOVI SAD) BEOGRAD 1 (ZMAJ) S M1,M22,R153a BGD (TOŠIN BUNAR) BEOGRAD 2 (TOŠIN BUNAR) S M1,M1.9,M19,M22 BGD (PETLJA "MOSTAR") BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) S M1,R200 BGD (AUTOKOMANDA) BEOGRAD 4 (AUTOKOMANDA) S M1,R251 BUBANJ POTOK BUBANJ POTOK S M1,R204 VRCIN VRČIN S M1,M23 MALI POŠAREVAC;MALI POŽAREVAC MALI POŽAREVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R100a UMCARI UMČARI 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R202 VODANJ VODANJ (AUTOPUT) S 0021 CD045 M1,R109 KOLARI KOLARI (AUTOPUT) S M1,M1.10 RALJA (SMEDEREVO) RALJA 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R109b RALJA (POŠAREVAC); RALJA 2 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R107,R214 VELIKA PLANA;VELIKA PLANA 1;VELIKA PLAVELIKA PLANA 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,M4 MARKOVAC MARKOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,M1.11 BATOCINA BATOČINA 1 (AUTOPUT) S 0027 CX35 M1 JAGODINA (PETLJA) JAGODINA 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R103 CUPRIJA ĆUPRIJA 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,M5 PARACIN PARAĆIN 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,M5 POJATE POJATE 1 (AUTOPUT) S 0031 CX06 M1 RAZANJ RAŽANJ 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R214 ALEKSINACKI RUDNICI ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR S M1,R121 ALEKSINAC ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,M1.12,M25 NIŠ (TRUPALE);NIS (TRUPALE);NIS (TRUPA NIŠ 1 (TRUPALE) S 0035 CX01 M1,M25,N21 NIŠ;NIS (POPOVAC);NIS (POPOVAC);NIS (PONIŠ 2 (POPOVAC) S

51 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M1,M25 NIŠ (PROKUPLJE);MEROŠINA (PROKUPLJE NIŠ 3 (BATUŠINAC) S M1,R245 DOLJEVAC 1;TOPLICKO KOCANE DOLJEVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S 0038 CX07 M1,R242 BRESTOVAC; BRESTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S 0039 CF001 M1,N22 PECENJEVCE; PEČENJEVCE S 0040 NC110 M1,M9 LESKOVAC (ZA VLASOTINCE);NOMANICA NOMANICA S 0041 CF002 M1,N22 KOPAŠNICA; MALA KOPAŠNICA S M1,R123a GRDELICA GRDELICA 1 S M1,R214 DZEP;DŽEP DŽEP S M1,M1.13,R124 VLADICIN HAN VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R124a GRAMAÐA (SURDULICA) GRAMAÐA S M1,R214 VRANJE 1 RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R223 VRANJE (PETLJA JUG) VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,R125 RISTOVAC DAVIDOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,M25.3,R125b BUJANOVAC BUJANOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1,M25.2,R237 ZA PREŠEVO;ZA PRESEVO ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) S M1 GR. BJRM (TABANOVCE) granica SR/BJRM (TABANOVCE) S 0052 D1033 M1.9 BGD (PETLJA "MOSTAR") 1 BEOGRAD 5 (SAVSKA) S 0053 D1034 M1.9 BGD (SAVSKI TRG) BEOGRAD 6 (ŽELEZNIČKA STANICA) S 0054 D1035 M1.9 BGD (EKONOMSKI F.) BEOGRAD 7 (AUTOBUSKA STANICA) S 0055 D1036 M1.9 BEOGRAD 8 (PANČEVAČKI MOST) S M1.9,M24.1,R264 BEOGRAD (KRNJACA) BEOGRAD 9 (KRNJAČA) S M1.9 GR. APV (PANCEVO) granica APV (PANČEVO) V M1.9,M24 PANCEVO 1 (KOVIN) PANCEVO 1 V M1.9,M24 PANCEVO 2 (ZRENJANIN) PANCEVO 2 V M1.9,R125 ZA ALIBUNAR ALIBUNAR 1 V M1.9,R123 BANATSKI KARLOVAC BANATSKI KARLOVAC V M1.9,M7.1 ULJMA ULJMA V M1.9,M7.1 VRŠAC 1 (ZRENJANIN) VRŠAC 1 V M1.9,R126 VRŠAC 2 (ZA STRAŽU) VRŠAC 2 V 0065 D1009 M1.9 VRŠAC 3 V M1.9 GR. RUMUNIJE (VATIN) granica SR/RUM (VATIN) V 0067 NCD043 M1.10 SMEDEREVO 1;SMEDEREVO 3 RALJA 3 S 0068 NCD041 M1.10 SMEDEREVO 2; RALJA 4 S 0069 NCD042 M1.10 SMEDEREVO 2; RALJA 5 S M1.10,M24 ;RALJA (NASELJE) RALJA 6 S

52 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0071 NCD044 M1.10,R109 SMEDEREVO 3 (KOLARI) S 0072 NCD046 M1.10,R202 SMEDEREVO 2 (PETRIJEVO) S 0073 NCD047 M1.10,R100 SMEDEREVO 1 (DUNAV) S M1.11,R214 BATOCINA (MARKOVAC) BATOČINA 2 S 0075 D2015 M1.11 CVETOJEVAC S M1.11,R102 KRAGUJEVAC 2 KRAGUJEVAC 1 (DONJA SABANTA) S 0077 D2016 M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 2 S 0078 D2017 M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 3 S M1.11,M23 KRAGUJEVAC 3 KRAGUJEVAC 4 S M1.12,M25,R214 NIŠ (GORNJA TOPONICA);NIŠ (G.TOPONICANIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) S M1.12,M25 NIŠ (KNJAŠEVAC) NIŠ 5 (MALČA) S 0082 CX12 M1.12 NIS 2 NIŠ 6 S M1.12,R241 NIŠ (NIŠKA BANJA) NIŠ 7 (NIŠKA BANJA) S M1.12,R241a CRVENA REKA CRVENA REKA S M1.12,R244 BELA PALANKA BELA PALANKA 1 S M1.12,M9 PIROT PIROT S M1.12,R244a ZA SUKOVO SUKOVO S M1.12,R121,R244 DIMITROVGRAD DIMITROVGRAD S M1.12 GR. BUGARSKE (GRADINA) granica SR/BUG (GRADINA) S M1.13,R124b ŠITORAÐA;ŽITORAÐE ŽITORAÐE S M1.13,R124a SURDULICA SURDULICA S M1.13,R122 OKRUGLICA OKRUGLICA S M1.13,R122 VLASINSKO JEZERO VLASINSKO JEZERO S M1.13,R122b STREZIMIROVCI STREZIMIROVCI S M1.13 GR. BUG. (STREZIMIROVCI) granica SR/BUG (STREZIMIROVCI) S M2 GR. CRNE GORE (ŠPILJANI) granica CG/SR (ŠPILJANI) S M2,R118a ZA TUTIN BREGOVI S M2,M22 RIBARICI RIBARIĆI S M2 GR. APKM (VITKOVIC) granica APKM (VITKOVIĆI) S M3 GR. APV (BOGOJEVO) granica HR/SR (BOGOJEVO) V M3,R101 BOGOJEVO 1 (APATIN) BOGOJEVO (SONTA) V M3,M18 SRPSKI MILETIC SRPSKI MILETIĆ V M3,M18 ODŽACI 1 (BAC) ODŽACI 1 (DERONJE) V M3,R104 ODŽACI 2 (DESPOTOVO) ODŽACI 2 (RATKOVO) V M3,R119 KULA 1 (BACKA PALANKA) KULA 1 (SAVINO SELO) V

53 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M3,R101,R119 KULA 2 (CRVENKA) KULA 2 (CRVENKA) V M3,R118 VRBAS 1 (SAVINO SELO);VRBAS 1 (SAV.SELVRBAS 1 (KUCURA) V M3,R118 VRBAS 4 (CENTAR) VRBAS 2 (CENTAR) V M3,R127 VRBAS 2 (ZMAJEVO) VRBAS 3 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) V 0110 CA001 M3,R127 VRBAS 5 VRBAS 4 V M3,M22 PETLJA SRBOBRAN PETLJA SRBOBRAN V M3,M22.1 SRBOBRAN 1 (NOVI SAD) SRBOBRAN 1 (FEKETIĆ) V M3,R122 BECEJ 1 (BACKA TOPOLA) BEČEJ 1 (MILEŠEVO) V M3,R122 BECEJ 2 (BACKO GRADIŠTE) BEČEJ 2 (BAČKO GRADIŠTE) V M3,R113 NOVI BECEJ 1 (MELENCI) NOVI BEČEJ 1 (KUMANE) V M3,R114 NOVI BECEJ 2 (BAŠAID) NOVI BEČEJ 2 (BAŠAID) V M3,M24 KIKINDA 1 (ZRENJANIN) KIKINDA 1 (BAŠAID) V 0118 CA020 M3,M24 KIKINDA ZA SENTU KIKINDA 2 (IĐOŠ) V M3,R123 KIKINDA 3 (MOKRIN) KIKINDA 3 (MOKRIN) V M3,R123 KIKINDA 4 (VOJVODA STEPA);KIKINDA 4 (VOKIKINDA 4 (RUSKO SELO) V M3 GR. RUMINIJE (KALUÐEROVO) granica SR/RUM (KALUÐEROVO) V M4,M19 GR. SR/BIH (KARAKAJ); granica BIH/SR (KARAKAJ) S M4,M19,M19.1 MALI ZVORNIK; MALI ZVORNIK S M4,M19,R211a RADALJ;; RADALJ S M4,M19,R269 BANJA KOVILJACA 1;;BANJA KOVILJACA BANJA KOVILJAČA S M4,M14.1,M19 LOZNICA 3; LOZNICA 1 S M4,M14.1 LOZNICA 4 LOZNICA 2 S 0128 D1017 M4 LOZNICA 3 S 0129 D1018 M4 LOZNICA 4 S M4,R113a LOZNICA 2 LOZNICA 5 S M4,R268 ŠERAVIJA (TRŠIC);ŽERAVIJA (TRŠIC) ŽERAVIJA (TRŠIĆ) S M4,R211 KRST KRST S M4,R127 ZAVLAKA (ZA ŠABAC) ZAVLAKA 1 (TEKERIŠ) S M4,R127 ZAVLAKA (ZA KRUPANJ) ZAVLAKA 2 (LIKODRA) S M4,R208,R211 OSECINA (ZA PECKU) OSEČINA 1 (JADAR) S M4,R208 OSECINA (ZA ŠABAC) OSEČINA 2 (VAROŠ) S M4,R270a TUÐIN TUÐIN S M4,R207 VALJEVSKA KAMENICA VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 1 S M4,R113 PRICEVIC PRIČEVIĆ S M4,R206a VALJEVO (GOLA GLAVA) VALJEVO 1 (DONJA BUKOVICA) S

54 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M4,R111 VALJEVO (ROGACICA) VALJEVO 2 (JOVANJA) S 0142 D2065 M4 VALJEVO 3 S M4,M21 VALJEVO VALJEVO 4 S 0144 NCC007 M4,M21 ;VALJEVO (OBILAZNICA);VALJEVO (OBILAZNVALJEVO 5 (OBILAZNICA) S 0145 D2066 M4 POPUČKE 1 S M4,R270 IVERAK POPUČKE 2 S M4,R202 DIVCI DIVCI S M4,R101 SLOVAC SLOVAC S M4,R271 LAJKOVAC 1 LAJKOVAC 1 S M4,R101a LAJKOVAC 2 LAJKOVAC 2 S M4,M22 CELIJE ĆELIJE S M4,M22 LAZAREVAC 1 LAZAREVAC 1 (IBARSKA MAGISTRALA) S 0153 CB012 M4,R205b LAZAREVAC 4;LAZAREVAC 1 LAZAREVAC 2 (ČIBUTKOVICA) S 0154 CB014 M4,R203 LAZAREVAC 2 LAZAREVAC 3 (BARZILOVICA) S 0155 CB015 M4,R203 LAZAREVAC 3 LAZAREVAC 4 S M4,R201 KRUŠEVICA KRUŠEVICA S M4,R203a PARTIZANI DAROSAVA 1 S M4,R203a ZA SIBNICU DAROSAVA 2 S M4,R202 ARANÐELOVAC 1 ARANÐELOVAC 1 S M4,R200a,R202,R215a ZA BUKULJU ARANÐELOVAC 2 (BUKULJA) S 0161 NCC005 M4,R202,R215 ARANÐELOVAC (ŠATORNJA);; ARANÐELOVAC 3 S M4,R202 ARANÐELOVAC 2 ARANÐELOVAC 4 (ORAŠAC) S M4,M23 KRCEVAC KRČEVAC S M4,M23,R126 TOPOLA TOPOLA 1 S M4,M23 TOPOLA 1 TOPOLA 2 S M4,R109a NATALINCI NATALINCI S M4,R109 ADROVCI ADROVCI S M4,R109,R215 RACA 1 RAČA 1 S M4,R109 RACA RAČA 2 S M4,R214 MARKOVAC (NASELJE) MARKOVAC 2 S M4,R214 MARKOVAC (IZLAZ) MARKOVAC 3 S M4,R103,R108 SVILAJNAC SVILAJNAC 1 (KUŠILJEVO) S M4,R103,R108 SVILAJNAC (GLOGOVAC) SVILAJNAC 2 (CRKVENAC) S M4,R103,R110 MEDVEÐA MEDVEÐA S M4,R103,R216 DESPOTOVAC DESPOTOVAC 1 (VOJNIK) S

55 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M4,R103,R216,R280 ZA MANASTIR MANASIJU DESPOTOVAC 2 (MANASTIR MANASIJA) S M4,R103,R103a,R216 DVORIŠTE DVORIŠTE S M4,R103,R255a RAVNA REKA RAVNA REKA S M4,R255,R255a BREZOVICA BREZOVICA S M4,R105,R255 BORSKO JEZERO BORSKO JEZERO S M4,R105,R247 BRESTOVACKA BANJA BRESTOVAČKA BANJA S M4,R105,R105b BRESTOVAC BRESTOVAC S 0183 NCD026 M4,R106 BOR 1 S M4,R104a,R106,R106b BOR; BOR 2 S M4,R106,R106b ZAGRAÐE ZAGRAÐE S M4,R106b,N1 RGOTINA 1;RGOTINA; RGOTINA 1 S M5 GR. RS. (VARDIŠTE) granica BIH/SR (VARDIŠTE) S M5,R112 KREMNA 1 KREMNA 1 (TARA) S M5,R112 KREMNA KREMNA 2 S M5,M19.1 DUPCI VOLUJAC S M5,R213 UŠICE (JAKALJ);UŽICE (JAKALJ) UŽICE 1 (GOSTINICA) S M5,R263 UŠICE (KOSJERIC);UŽICE (KOSJERIC) UŽICE 2 (TVRDIĆI) S M5,M21 UŠICE UŽICE 3 S M5,M21,M21.1 POŠEGA POŽEGA S M5,R227 KRATOVSKA STENA KRATOVSKA STENA S M5,R227a ZA MARKOVICU PAKOVRAČE (MARKOVICA) S M5,R117 BELJINA ČAČAK 1 (GUČA) S M5,R226 CACAK; ČAČAK 2 (KULINOVCI) S M5,M22 PRELJINA PRELJINA S M5,M22,M23 MRCAJEVCI MRČAJEVCI S M5,M22 KRALJEVO KRALJEVO 1 S 0202 D2058 M5 KRALJEVO 2 S M5,M23.1 KRALJEVO 1; KRALJEVO 3 S M5,R225a RIBNICA KRALJEVO 4 (ŽIČA) S M5,R225 BERANOVAC KRALJEVO 5 (BERANOVAC) S 0206 NCG009 M5,N18 RATINA S M5,R224 NOVO SELO NOVO SELO S M5,R222,R224 VRNJCI; VRNJCI S M5,R219 CAIRI TRSTENIK S M5,R218 STOPANJA STOPANJA 1 (DONJA OMASNICA) S

56 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0211 NCE001 M5,R119 KRUSEVAC 1;KOSEVI KOŠEVI S 0212 NCE002 M5,R102 KRUSEVAC 2; JASIKA 1 S 0213 NCE003 M5,N19 KRUSEVAC 3; MAKREŠANE S M5,R220 CICEVAC ĆIĆEVAC S 0215 CX19 M5,R214 POJATE 1;PARACIN (NASELJE);PARACIN (P POJATE 2 S M5,R273 DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) S M5,R103b SVETA PETKA GRZA S M5,R255 STRAŠA;STRAŽA STRAŽA S M5 MIROVO MIROVO S M5,R261 BOLJEVAC; BOLJEVAC 1 S M5,R247 VALAKONJE;VALAKONJA VALAKONJE S M5,R105 SELIŠTE SELIŠTE S M5,R105b METOVNICA METOVNICA S M5,R105b GAMZIGRAD GAMZIGRAD S M5,R105b ZVEZDAN ZVEZDAN S M5,R261 LUBNICA LUBNICA S M5,R248 ŠLJIVAR ZAJEČAR 1 (ŠLJIVAR) S 0228 NCD003 M5,R248 ;ZAJECAR 2 ZAJEČAR 2 S 0229 NCD004 M5 ZAJEČAR 3 S 0230 NCD005 M5 ZAJEČAR 4 S 0231 NCD006 M5 ZAJEČAR 5 S M5,M25 ZAJECAR (ZA NIŠ) ZAJEČAR 6 S M5 GR. BUGARSKE (VRŠKA CUKA) granica SR/BUG (VRŠKA ČUKA) S 0234 NCA007 M7,M18 GR. HRVATSKE (BACKA PALANKA); BAČKA PALANKA 1 (OBROVAC) V 0235 NCA006 M7,R119 BAČKA PALANKA 2 V 0236 NCA005 M7,R119 BAČKA PALANKA 3 V 0237 D1002 M7 BAČKA PALANKA 4 V M7,N5 CELAREVO ČELAREVO V 0239 D1001 M7 FUTOG V 0240 NCA004 M7,R102 ;NOVI SAD 1 (B.PETROVAC) NOVI SAD 1 (RUMENKA) V M7,M22.1 ;NOVI SAD 2 (SRBOBRAN);NOVI SAD 2 (SRBNOVI SAD 2 V M7,M22.1,R120 NOVI SAD 3 (SR. KARLOVCI);NOVI SAD 3 (S NOVI SAD 3 V M7,M22 NOVI SAD 4 (BEŠKA) NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) V 0244 D1044 M7 NOVI SAD 5 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) V M7,R110 KAC KAĆ V

57 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M7,R122 ZA ŽABALJ ŽABALJ 1 V 0247 NCA018 M7,N15 ZRENJANIN 1 (OBILAZNICA) V M7,M24 ZRENJANIN 2 V M7,M24 ZRENJANIN 3 (EČKA) V 0250 D1013 M7 ZRENJANIN 4 V M7,M7.1 ZRENJANIN 3 (VRŠAC) ZRENJANIN 5 (OBILAZNICA) V 0252 D1014 M7 ZRENJANIN 6 (KANAL BEGEJ) V 0253 NCA023 M7,R123.1 ŽITIŠTE;ŽITIŠTE ŽITIŠTE V M7,N4 BANATSKO KARAÐORÐEVO;BAN.KARAÐORBANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO V M7,R114 NOVA CRNJA NOVA CRNJA V M7,R123 VOJVODA STEPA VOJVODA STEPA V M7 GR. RUMUNIJE (SRPSKA CRNJA) granica SR/RUM (SRPSKA CRNJA) V M7.1,R123 SUTJESKA SUTJESKA 1 (NEUZINA) V M7.1,N8 SECANJ 1 (JAŠA TOMIC) SECANJ 1 (JAŠA TOMIĆ) V M7.1,N6 SECANJ 2 (NEUZINA) SECANJ 2 (NEUZINA) V M7.1,R125 PLANDIŠTE PLANDIŠTE V M7.1,R126 STRAŽA STRAŽA V M7.1,R115 BELA CRKVA BELA CRKVA V M7.1 GR. RUMUNIJE (KALUÐEROVO) granica SR/RUM (KALUÐEROVO) V M8 GR. CRNE GORE (JABUKA) granica CG/SR (JABUKA) S M8,M21 KOLOVRAT KOLOVRAT S M8,M21,R118 PRIJEPOLJE PRIJEPOLJE S M8,R118,R231 UVAC ALJINOVIĆI S M8,R117,R118,R231 SJENICA SJENICA 1 (SJENIČKO JEZERO) S M8,R117,R118,R231 SJENICA 1 SJENICA 2 (TRIJEBINE) S 0271 CG001 M8,R118,R231 SJENICA 2 SJENICA 3 (MEDARE) S M8,M21.1,R118 BRNJICA 1;STAVALJ ŠTAVALJ S M8,M21.1,R118 BRNJICA BRNJICA S M8,R118,R272 DUGA POLJANA SUŠICA S M8,M21.1,R118,R272 DUGA POLJANA 1;DUGA POLJANA DUGA POLJANA S M8,R118,R118a POBRÐE DOJEVIĆE S M8,R118,R234 NOVI PAZAR (VRANOVINA) NOVI PAZAR 1 (VRANOVINA) S M8,M22,R118,R234 NOVI PAZAR 2 NOVI PAZAR 2 S M9 GR. APKM (MUTIVODE) granica APKM (MUTIVODE) S M9,R277 TULARE TULARE S

58 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M9,R258 MACEDONCE MAĆEDONCE S M9,R222 NEGOSAVLJE NEGOSAVLJE S M9,R242b KRIVACA KRIVAČA S 0284 CF019 M9,R223 LEBANE HOTEL;LEBANE HOTEL;LEBANE HLEBANE 1 (ŠUMANE) S M9,R223 LEBANE LEBANE 2 S M9,R123 LESKOVAC (ZA BOJNIK) LESKOVAC 1 (GORNJA STOPANJA) S 0287 CF020 M9 LESKOVAC (BOLNICA) LESKOVAC 2 (BOLNICA) S M9,R214 LESKOVAC NASELJE;LESKOVAC (NASELJE LESKOVAC 3 S 0289 CF014 M9,R124,R214 LESKOVAC ZA VUCJE LESKOVAC 4 S M9,R124,R214 LESKOVAC (VUCJE) LESKOVAC 5 (BRATMILOVCI) S M9,R214,N22 LESKOVAC (VLASOTINCE);LESKOVAC(VLASLESKOVAC 6 (MALA KOPAŠNICA) S 0292 CF004 M9,R214 LESKOVAC ZA VLASOTINCE LESKOVAC 7 (GRDELICA) S M9,R123a VLASOTINCE VLASOTINCE S M9,R122 SVOÐE SVOÐE S M9,R241 BONJINCE BONJINCE S M9,R244 BABUŠNICA BABUŠNICA S M9,R244 DONJI STRIŠEVAC;DONJI STRIŽEVAC DONJI STRIŽEVAC S M9,R262 SADIKOV BUNAR SADIKOV BUNAR S M14.1 GR. RS. (ŠEPAK) granica BIH/SR (ŠEPAK) S M14.1,M19 LOZNICA 1; LOZNICA 6 S M17.1 GR. APV (BATINA) granica HR/SR (BATINA) V M17.1,M18 BEZDAN BEZDAN V 0303 NCA016 M17.1,M18 SOMBOR 1; SOMBOR 1 (OBILAZNICA) V 0304 NCA015 M17.1,N14 SOMBOR 2; SOMBOR 2 (OBILAZNICA) V M17.1,N3 SVETOZAR MILETIC SVETOZAR MILETIĆ V M17.1,R108 BAJMOK BAJMOK V 0307 NCA009 M17.1,N12 SUBOTICA (ZA BAJMOK); SUBOTICA 1 (OBILAZNICA) V M17.1,M24,R117 SUBOTICA 1 (BACKA TOPOLA);SUBOTICA 1 SUBOTICA 2 V M17.1,R117 GR. MAÐARSKE (KELEBIJA) granica SR/MAÐ (KELEBIJA) V M18 GR. MAÐARSKE (BACKI BREG) granica MAÐ/SR (BAČKI BREG) V M18,R101 SOMBOR 1 (APATIN) SOMBOR 3 (APATIN) V M18,R101,N14 SOMBOR 2 (ODŽACI); SOMBOR 4 (STAPAR) V 0313 CX40 M18,R101 SOMBOR 5 (KLJAJIĆEVO) V 0314 D1008 M18 SOMBOR 6 V M18,R102 BAC BAČ V

59 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0316 CA003 M18,R119 ;B.PALANKA 2 BAČKA PALANKA 5 V M18,R119 BACKA PALANKA 1 (BAC) BAČKA PALANKA 6 V M18 GR. APV (BACKA PALANKA) granica SR/HR (BAČKA PALANKA) V M18,R106 ;GR. HRVATSKE (LJUBA) granica HR/SR (LJUBA) V M18,R106 ;ERDEVIK;ERDEVIK ERDEVIK V M18,R103.1 KUZMIN 2 (KUKUJEVCI) SELIŠTE (KUKUJEVCI) V M18,R103 KUZMIN 3 (SR. MITROVICA);KUZMIN 3 (SR. MKUZMIN V M18 GR. APV (SREMSKA RACA) granica SR/BIH (SREMSKA RAČA) V M18.1 GR. HRVATSKE (SOT) granica HR/SR (SOT) V M18.1,R103 ŠID ŠID V 0326 CB007 M19,M22 BGD (CUKARICA);BEOGRAD (IBARSKA);BEOBEOGRAD 10 (ČUKARICA) S M19,R251 ŠELEZNIK;ŽELEZNIK ŽELEZNIK 1 S 0328 CB018 M19,N16 OSTRUŠNICA 2; OSTRUŽNICA S M19,R107 UMKA UMKA S M19,R201 BARIC BARIČ S 0331 CB004 M19,R101,R267 OBRENOVAC OBRENOVAC 1 S M19,R101 RVATI OBRENOVAC 2 (RVATI) S M19,R206 DEBRC DEBRC S M19,R207 ZVEZD ZVEZD 1 (VLADIMIRCI) S M19,R207 ZA PROVO ZVEZD 2 (PROVO) S 0336 D1016 M19 MIŠAR S M19,M21 DUMACA ŠABAC 1 (JELENČA) S M19,M21 ŠABAC 2 ŠABAC 2 (DUMAČA) S M19,R208 ŠABAC 4 ŠABAC 3 (GORNJA VRANJSKA) S M19,R127 ŠABAC 5 ŠABAC 4 (JEVREMOVAC) S M19,R209 MAJUR MAJUR S 0342 CX16 M19,R210a SLEPCEVIC SLEPČEVIĆ S M19,R208a ZMINJAK PETLOVAČA S M19,R210 PRNJAVOR PRNJAVOR S M19,R257 LIPNICKI ŠOR LIPNIČKI ŠOR S M19.1,R127 GRACANICA GRACANICA S 0347 CC013 M19.1,N17 za granicu RS ljubovija; LJUBOVIJA 1 (BRATUNAC) S M19.1,R113 LJUBOVIJA LJUBOVIJA 2 S M19.1,R111 ROGACICA 1 ROGAČICA 1 S M19.1,R111 ROGACICA ROGAČICA 2 S

60 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M19.1,R112 BAJINA BAŠTA BAJINA BAŠTA 1 (PERUĆAC) S 0352 CG020 M19.1,R112 BAJINA BAŠTA 1 BAJINA BAŠTA 2 S M19.1,R111 DUB DUB S M21,M22.1 NOVI SAD (PETROVARADIN) PETROVARADIN 1 V 0355 D1048 M21 PETROVARADIN 2 V 0356 D1049 M21 PETROVARADIN 3 V 0357 CB001 M21 Paragovo PARAGOVO V 0358 CB002 M21 IRIŠKI VENAC IRIŠKI VENAC V M21,R130 IRIG 1 (KRUŠEDOL) IRIG 1 (KRUŠEDOL) V M21,R130 IRIG 2 (VRDNIK) IRIG 2 (VRDNIK) V M21,R106 RUMA 2 (S.PAZOVA);RUMA 2 (STARA PAZOVRUMA 1 (PUTINCI) V M21,R103,R106 RUMA 3 (PECINCI) RUMA 2 (KRALJEVCI) V 0363 CB003 M21,R103,R106 RUMA;RUMA (PETLJA BOROVICA);RUMA (P RUMA 3 (PETLJA) V M21,R103.3 JARAK JARAK V M21 GR. APV (ŠABAC) granica APV (ŠABAC) V 0366 CC103 M21,R208 ŠABAC 3 ŠABAC 5 (PETLJA) S M21,R208 ŠABAC 1 ŠABAC 6 S M21,R210 LOJANICE LOJANICE S M21,R210 MATIJEVAC MATIJEVAC S M21,R207 DRAGINJE DRAGINJE 1 (VLADIMIRCI) S M21,R207 DRAGINJE 1 DRAGINJE 2 (KAMENICA) S M21,R206 ZA ŠABACKU KAMENICU KOCELJEVA 1 (KAMENICA) S M21,R206 KOCELJEVA KOCELJEVA 2 (NOVACI) S M21,R270a ;DRUŠETIC;DRUŽETIC DRUŽETIĆ S M21,R206a GOLA GLAVA GOLA GLAVA S M21,R101b SLATINA SLATINA S 0377 NCC008 M21,R259 VALJEVO (BREZDJE); VALJEVO 7 (OBILAZNICA) S M21,R205a KAONA KAONA S 0379 CX30 M21,R263 KOSJERIĆ 1 (SELO) S M21,R263 KOSJERIC; KOSJERIĆ 2 S M21,R212 ZA SASTAVKE ČESTOBRODICA S M21,R230 BELA ZEMLJA BELA ZEMLJA S M21,R112 KNEŠEVICI;KNEŽEVICI KNEŽEVIĆI S M21,R252 CAJETINA ZLATIBOR S M21,R253 RZAV RZAV S

61 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M21,R228 KOKIN BROD (PRIBOJSKA BANJA) KOKIN BROD 1 (PRIBOJSKA BANJA) S M21,R228 KOKIN BROD KOKIN BROD 2 (ZLATARSKO JEZERO) S M21,R231 NOVA VAROŠ NOVA VAROŠ S M21,R115 BISTRICA BISTRICA S M21,R232 MIJOSKA MIJOSKA S M21 GR. CRNE GORE (GOSTUN) granica SR/CG (GOSTUN) S M21.1,R228 ARILJE ARILJE S M21.1,R230 PRILIKE PRILIKE S M21.1,R117 IVANJICA IVANJICA S M21.1,R227b LUCKA REKA LUČKA REKA S M21.1,R116 BUK BUK S M21.1,R272 KUMANICA KUMANICA S 0398 CX51 M21.1 GLEDJICA GLEĐICA S M21.1,R231,R272 KARAJUKICA BUNARI KARAJUKIĆA BUNARI S M21.1,R231a,R236,R272 UGAO UGAO S M21.1,R272 gr. SR/CG (BOLJARE);GR SR/CG (BOLJARE) granica SR/CG (BOLJARE) S 0402 CA013 M22 HORGOŠ (GRAN. MAÐARSKA) granica MAĐ/SR 1 (HORGOŠ) V M22,N11 PETLJA HORGOŠ; HORGOŠ 1 (PETLJA) V M22,M22.1 PETLJA SEVER PETLJA SEVER V M22,M24 PETLJA ISTOK;GORNJI BREG 1 (HORGOŠ); PETLJA ISTOK V 0406 NCA011 M22,N12 BIKOVO V M22,R119.1 PETLJA CANTAVIR ČANTAVIR V M22,R119 PETLJA BACKA TOPOLA BAČKA TOPOLA 1 (PETLJA) V M22,M22.1 PETLJA FEKETIC FEKETIĆ 1 (PETLJA) V M22,R104 PETLJA ZMAJEVO ZMAJEVO 1 (PETLJA) V M22,R120 NOVI SAD 6 (TEMERIN) NOVI SAD 6 (TEMERINSKA PETLJA) V 0412 D1041 M22 NOVI SAD 7 (MRTVAJA) V M22,R122 ZA ŠAJKAŠ KOVILJ V M22,M22.2 ZA MARADIK MARADIK 1 (PETLJA) V M22,R109 ZA INÐIJU NOVI KARLOVCI 1 (PETLJA) V M22,R106 ZA STARU PAZOVU STARA PAZOVA 1 V 0417 CX03 M22,R265 ;GR. APV (NOVI BANOVCI) NOVI BANOVCI V 0418 D1027 M22 BATAJNICA 1 S M22,M22.1 BATAJNICA (CIGLANA) BATAJNICA 2 (PETLJA) S 0420 D1028 M22 BATAJNICA 3 S

62 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M22,R204 ŠARKOVO;ŽARKOVO JULINO BRDO S 0422 D1020 M22 ŽARKOVO S M22,R251 KRUŠNI PUT (KNEŠEVAC);KRUŽNI PUT (KN KRUŽNI PUT 1 (KNEŽEVAC) S M22,R204 RUŠANJ RUŠANJ S M22,R204 LIPOVACKA ŠUMA LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 1 (SREMČICA) S M22,R107 MILICIJSKA KUCICA LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 2 (BARAJEVO) S M22,R107 VELIKA MOŠTANICA VELIKA MOŠTANICA S M22,R201a VRANIC (BARAJEVO) MELJAK 1 (BARAJEVO) S M22,R201a VRANIC MELJAK 2 (VRANIĆ) S M22,R201 STEPOJEVAC STEPOJEVAC 1 (DRAŽEVAC) S M22,R201 STEPOJEVAC (V.CRLJANI);STEPOJEVAC (V STEPOJEVAC 2 (VELIKI CRLJENI) S M22,R205 ŠUPANJAC;ŽUPANJAC ŽUPANJAC S M22,R205b DUDOVICA DUDOVICA S M22,R202 POLJANCE (BELANOVICA) POLJANICA S M22,R202,R271 LJIG (MIONICA) LJIG 1 S M22,R212a,R271 GUKOŠI (KADINA LUKA);GUKOŠI (KAD. LUK KADINA LUKA 1 S M22,R212b,R271 DICI DIĆI S M22,R271 UGRINOVCI UGRINOVCI S M22,R126 BUCIN GROB BUĆIN GROB S M22,R212 NEVADE NEVADE S M22,R212,R271 GORNJI MILANOVAC GORNJI MILANOVAC S 0442 D2059 M22 CIBUKOVAC KRALJEVO 6 (ČIBUKOVAC) S 0443 D2057 M22,R226 CIBUKOVAC 1;CIBUKOVAC KRALJEVO 7 (DRAKČIĆI) S M22,R225a MATARUŠKA BANJA MATARUŠKA BANJA S M22,R116 UŠCE UŠĆE S M22,R224 ZA GOKCANICU BARE S M22,R119 BILJANOVAC BILJANOVAC S M22,R233 BRVENIK BRVENIK S M22,R234 RAŠKA (TRNOVA) RAŠKA 1 (TRNAVA) S M22,M22.3 RAŠKA RAŠKA 2 S M22,R235 NOVI PAZAR (BANJA) NOVI PAZAR 3 (BANJA) S M22,R234 NOVI PAZAR 3 NOVI PAZAR 4 (OSOJE) S M22.1 GR. MAÐARSKE (HORGOŠ) granica MAĐ/SR 2 (HORGOŠ) V M22.1,R119 HORGOŠ HORGOŠ 2 (KANJIŽA) V M22.1,N11 MALE PIJACE; HORGOŠ 3 (MALE PIJACE) V

63 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0456 D1005 M22.1 PALIĆ V M22.1,M24 SUBOTICA 2 (SENTA) SUBOTICA 3 (CENTAR) V M22.1,M24 SUBOTICA 3 (KELEBIJA) SUBOTICA 4 (KELEBIJA) V 0459 D1007 M22.1 SUBOTICA 5 V 0460 NCA010 M22.1,N12 SUBOTICA 6 (OBILAZNICA) V M22.1,R119.1 ŽEDNIK STARI ŽEDNIK V M22.1,R108,R119 BACKA TOPOLA 1 (BECEJ) BAČKA TOPOLA 2 V M22.1,R118 FEKETIC 1 (VRBAS) FEKETIĆ 2 (VRBAS) V M22.1,R129 SRBOBRAN 2 (NADALJ) SRBOBRAN 2 (TURIJA) V M22.1,R104 SIRIG 1 (ZMAJEVO) SIRIG 1 (ZMAJEVO) V M22.1,R104 SIRIG 2 (TEMERIN) SIRIG 2 (TEMERIN) V 0467 D1043 M22.1 NOVI SAD 8 V 0468 D1045 M22.1 NOVI SAD 9 V M22.1,R107 NOVI SAD 7 (BEOCIN) PETROVARADIN 4 (SREMSKA KAMENICA) V 0470 D1046 M22.1 PETROVARADIN 5 V 0471 D1047 M22.1 PETROVARADIN 6 V M22.1,R130 MARADIK 1 (KRUŠEDOL) MARADIK 2 (KRUŠEDOL) V M22.1,M22.2 MARADIK 2 (BEOGRAD) MARADIK 3 V M22.1,R109 INÐIJA 1 INĐIJA 1 (NOVI KARLOVCI) V M22.1,R109 INÐIJA INĐIJA 2 (PUTINCI) V M22.1,R106 STARA PAZOVA STARA PAZOVA 2 (CENTAR) V M22.1 GR. APV (NOVA PAZOVA) granica APV (NOVA PAZOVA) V M22.1,R265,R267 BATAJNICA (UGRINOVCI) BATAJNICA 4 S 0479 D1022 M22.1 ZEMUN 1 (NOVA GALENIKA) S 0480 D1024 M22.1 ZEMUN 2 S 0481 D1023 M22.1 ZEMUN 3 S 0482 D1026 M22.1 ZEMUN 4 S 0483 D1025 M22.1 ZEMUN 5 S M22.1 BGD (ZEMUN) ZEMUN 6 (KARAĐORĐEV TRG) S M22.3,R119a RUDNICA RUDNICA S M22.3 JARINJE granica APKM (JARINJE) S M23,R201a MALI POŠAREVAC (NASELJE);MALI POŽAREMALI POŽAREVAC 2 S M23,R200 VLAŠKO POLJE VLAŠKO POLJE S M23,R202 MLADENOVAC 1 MLADENOVAC 1 (SELO) S M23,R107,R202 MLADENOVAC 2 MLADENOVAC 2 S

64 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M23,R202 MEÐULUŠJE;MEÐULUŽJE MEĐULUŽJE S M23,R215 GORNJA TRNAVA GORNJA TRNAVA S M23,R215 VLAKCA VLAKČA S M23,R109 CEROVAC CEROVAC S 0495 D2021 M23 KRAGUJEVAC 5 S 0496 D2020 M23 KRAGUJEVAC 6 S 0497 D2019 M23 KRAGUJEVAC 7 S M23,R212 KRAGUJEVAC 1;KRAGUJEVAC 3 KRAGUJEVAC 8 (DIVOSTIN) S 0499 D2027 M23 KRAGUJEVAC 9 S M23,M23.1 RAVNI GAJ RAVNI GAJ S M23,R212v KNIC KNIĆ S M23.1,R217 VITANOVAC VITANOVAC S 0503 NCG004 M23.1,N18 KRALJEVO 8 S 0504 D2055 M23.1 KRALJEVO 1;; KRALJEVO 9 S 0505 D1006 M24 SUBOTICA 7 V M24,N13 VELEBIT V M24,R119 ;G.BREG 1 (HORGOŠ);GORNJI BREG 1 (HORGORNJI BREG 1 (KANJIŽA) V M24,R119 GORNJI BREG 2 (B.TOPOLA);GORNJI BREG GORNJI BREG 2 (NOVO ORAHOVO) V M24,R122 SENTA SENTA V M24,R112 COKA; ČOKA 1 V M24,R114 BAŠAID 1 (NOVA CRNJA) BAŠAID 1 V M24,R113 MELENCI MELENCI V 0513 NCA019 M24,N15 ZRENJANIN 7 (ARADAC) V 0514 D1012 M24 ZRENJANIN 3 (VRŠAC); ZRENJANIN 8 (ARADAC) V M24,M24.1 ECKA EČKA V M24,R110 KOVACICA KOVAČICA V M24,R124 JABUKA JABUČKI RIT V 0518 D1010 M24 PANČEVO 3 V M24,R123 KOVIN 1 (BELA CRKVA) KOVIN 1 V M24 GR. APV (KOVIN) granica APV (SMEDEREVSKA ADA) V M24,R100 RADINAC; SMEDEREVO 4 (RADINAC) S M24,R214 RALJA (SMED. PALANKA);RALJA (POŠAREVRALJA 7 S 0523 NCD039 M24,R109b RALJA 8 S 0524 NCD038 M24,R109b RALJA 9 S M24,R214 MALA KRSNA 1 MALA KRSNA S

65 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0526 NCD030 M24,M25.1 POZAREVAC 1; POŽAREVAC 1 (OBILAZNICA) S 0527 CX14 M24,R214a POZAREVAC 2 POŽAREVAC 2 S 0528 NCD032 M24,R103 POZAREVAC 3 (ZA LUCICU); POŽAREVAC 3 S 0529 CX15 M24,R107b POZAREVAC 4 POŽAREVAC 4 S M24,R105 SALAKOVAC SALAKOVAC S M24,R108 ZA BOŠEVAC;ZA BOŽEVAC ZABREGA (BOŽEVAC) S M24,R108c LJEŠNICA LJEŠNICA S M24,R256 TURIJA TURIJA S M24,R107 KUCEVO KUČEVO S M24,R104 DEBELI LUG DEBELI LUG S M24,R104 MAJDANPEK MAJDANPEK S M24,R106 MILOŠEVA KULA MILOŠEVA KULA S M24,R106 KLOKOCEVAC KLOKOČEVAC S M24,R260 PLAVNA PLAVNA S M24,R249 ŠTUBIK ŠTUBIK S M24,N1 BUKOVO; BUKOVO 1 S 0542 NCD017 M24,M25,N1 NEGOTIN (SALAŠ);;; BUKOVO 2 S M24,R106a,N1 ;NEGOTIN (SALAŠ);NEGOTIN (SALAŠ) NEGOTIN 1 S M24,R278,N1 NEGOTIN;; NEGOTIN 2 S 0545 CD019 M24,R278,N1 NEGOTIN 1; NEGOTIN 3 S 0546 CD020 M24,R278 NEGOTIN 2 NEGOTIN 4 S M24,R248 VELJKOVO BREGOVO S M24 GR. BUGARSKE (BREGOVO) granica SR/BUG (BREGOVO) S M24.1,R110 PERLEZ 1 (ŠAJKAŠ) PERLEZ 1 (TITEL) V M24.1,R110 PERLEZ 2 (KOVACICA) PERLEZ 2 (FARKAŽDIN) V M24.1,R124 CENTA ČENTA V M24.1,R264 GR. APV (CENTA) granica APV (ČENTA) V 0553 D1011 M24.1,R264 BORCA BORČA S M25,M25.1 BRANA "HE ÐERDAP" BRANA "HE ÐERDAP I" S 0555 CD055 M25,R250 KLADOVO KLADOVO S M25,R250 MILUTINOVAC MILUTINOVAC S M25,R104 BRZA PALANKA BRZA PALANKA S M25,R249 SLATINA SLATINSKA REKA (SLATINA) S 0559 CD023 M25,N1 DUSANOVAC;; DUŠANOVAC S 0560 NCD018 M25,R278 NEGOTIN 5 S

66 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0561 NCD016 M25,N1 KARBULOVO S M25,R260,N1 TRNJANE; TRNJANE S M25,R106a SALAŠ SALAŠ 1 S M25,R248a JASIKOVA JASIKOVA 1 S M25,N1 RGOTINA 1; RGOTINA 2 S M25,R106 ALAPIN VRAŽOGRNAC 1 S M25,N1 VRŠOGRNAC; VRAŽOGRNAC 2 S 0568 NCD013 M25,R105b ;ZAJECAR 1 ZAJEČAR 7 (ZVEZDAN) S 0569 NCD009 M25,R248 ;ZAJECAR 1 ZAJEČAR 8 (VELIKI IZVOR) S M25,R247b VRATARNICA VRATARNICA S M25,R247a MINICEVO MINIĆEVO 1 (VITKOVAC) S M25,R247a TRNAVAC;TRNOVAC MINIĆEVO 2 (DEBELICA) S M25,R121 KNJAŠEVAC;KNJAŽEVAC KNJAŽEVAC 1 (TRGOVIŠTE) S M25,R121 ZA SOKOBANJU KNJAŽEVAC 2 S M25,R243 SVRLJIG SVRLJIG S M25,R274 MALCA MALČA S M25,N21 MEROŠINA 1; MEROŠINA 1 (ALEKSANDROVO) S M25,R245a MEROŠINA MEROŠINA 2 (ROZINA) S M25,R221 PROKUPLJE (ORLJANE) PROKUPLJE 1 (ORLJANE) S M25,R221 PROKUPLJE PROKUPLJE 2 (STRAŽAVA) S 0581 CF026 M25,R223 PROKUPLJE 1;PROKUPLJE 2 PROKUPLJE 3 S M25,R223 PROKUPLJE (MALA PLANA) PROKUPLJE 4 (BELA VODA) S M25,R223 MALA PLANA (PROKUPLJE);M. PLANA (PROPOTOČIĆ 1 (DONJA TOPONICA) S M25,R223 MALA PLANA (G.BRESNICA);MALA PLANA (GPOTOČIĆ 2 (MALA PLANA) S M25,R102 BELOLJIN BELOLJIN S M25,R222 KURŠUMLIJA KURŠUMLIJA 1 S M25,R222 RUDARE RUDARE S M25 GR. APKM (MERDARE) granica APKM (MERDARE) S M25.1,R104 PORECKI MOST-PALANKA POREČKI MOST 1 (BRZA PALANKA) S M25.1,R104,R106 PORECKI MOST POREČKI MOST 2 (MOSNA) S M25.1,R104 DONJI MILANOVAC STARA RESKOVICA S M25.1,R108a GOLUBAC GOLUBAC S M25.1,R108b BRANICEVO BRANIČEVO 1 (DONJA KRUŠEVICA) S M25.1,R108 VELIKO GRADIŠTE BRANIČEVO 2 (TRIBRODE) S M25.1,R108 TOPOLOVIK TOPOLOVNIK S

67 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M25.1,R108a BERANJE BERANJE S M25.1,R105 BRATINAC BRATINAC 1 (NABRĐE) S M25.1,R105 ZA RAM BRATINAC 2 (BABUŠINAC) S 0599 NCD037 M25.1,R214a POŠAREVAC 1;; POŽAREVAC 5 S 0600 NCD036 M25.1,R103 POŽAREVAC 6 S 0601 NCD035 M25.1,R107b ;POZAREVAC 5 POŽAREVAC 7 S 0602 CX21 M25.2,R237 PRESEVO (KURBALIJA);CEREVAJKA PREŠEVO S M25.2 GR. APKM (PREŠEVO) granica APKM (DEPČE) S M25.3 GR APKM (KONCULJ) granica APKM (KONČULJ) S 0605 NCF072 M25.3,R125b ;BUJANOVAC 1 BUJANOVAC 2 S M25.3,R125b,N23 BUJANOVAC (ZA KOSOVO); BUJANOVAC 3 S R100 BEOGRAD (GLAVNA POŠTA) BEOGRAD 10 (GLAVNA POŠTA) S 0608 D1019 R100 BEOGRAD 11 (CVETKOVA PIJACA) S R100,R100b MALI MOKRI LUG MALI MOKRI LUG S R100,R251 KRUŽNI PUT (LEŠTANE) KRUŽNI PUT 2 (LEŠTANE) S R100,R204 BECAREVO BRDO BEĆAREVO BRDO S R100,R100a GROCKA BRESTOVIK S R100,R202 SMEDEREVO 1 SMEDEREVO 5 S R100,R109 ;SMEDEREVO 2 SMEDEREVO 6 S R100a,R201a UMCARI (NASELJE) UMČARI 2 S R100b KUMODRAŽ (VOJVODE STEPE) KUMODRAŽ (VOJVODE STEPE) S R101 ZABREŽJE ZABREŽJE S R101,R267 ZA KRTINSKU OBRENOVAC 3 (KRTINSKA) S R101,R101b VELIKO POLJE VELIKO POLJE S R101,R101a STUBLINE STUBLINE S R101,R206 UB (ZA STUBLINE) UB 1 (VRELO) S 0622 NCC004 R101,R270,R270a UB 1 UB 2 (STUBLENICA) S R101,R270 UB (ZA SLOVAC) UB 3 (DUPLJAJ) S 0624 CX39 R101,N14 SOMBOR 7 V R101,N3 KLJAJICEVO 1(S.MILETIC) KLJAJIĆEVO 1 (ČONOPLJA) V R101,R105 KLJAJICEVO 2 (S.MOROVIC);KLJAJICEVO 2(KLJAJIĆEVO 2 (TELEČKA) V R101a,R270 BRGULE BRGULE S R101b,R206 BANJANI (ZA VELIKO POLJE) BANJANI 1 (DEBRC) S R101b,R206 BANJANI BANJANI 2 (UB) S R101b,R206 NOVACI NOVACI S

68 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R101b,R270a PAMBUKOVICA PAMBUKOVICA S R101b,R270a CUCUGE ČUČUGE S R102,R110 GORNJA SABANTA GORNJA SABANTA S R102,R219 REKOVAC REKOVAC S R102,R102a TECIC TEČIĆ S R102,R218 ZA VUKMANOVAC BELUŠIĆ 1 (LOČIKA) S R102,R218 BELUŠIC BELUŠIĆ 2 (OPARIĆ) S R102,R220 ZA VARVARIN DONJI KRČIN 1 (VARVARIN) S R102,R220 DONJI KRCIN DONJI KRČIN 2 (OPARIĆ) S R102,R217 JASIKA JASIKA 2 S 0641 D2048 R102 JASIKA 3 S 0642 D2047 R102 KRUŠEVAC 1 S R102,N19 KRUŠEVAC; KRUŠEVAC 2 S 0644 D2046 R102 KRUŠEVAC 3 S 0645 D2040 R102,R221b KRUŠEVAC (KAONIK);;; KRUŠEVAC 4 (KAONIK) S 0646 D2039 R102,R223 ;KRUŠEVAC (JASTREBAC) 1 KRUŠEVAC 5 S R102 KRUŠEVAC (JASTREBAC) KRUŠEVAC 6 S R102,R222 RAZBOJNA RAVNI S 0649 D2037 R102,R222 BLACE 1 S R102,R222 BLACE BLACE 2 (BARBATOVAC) S 0651 D2035 R102 BLACE 3 S R102 BACKO NOVO SELO BAČKO NOVO SELO V R102,R119 SILBAŠ 2 (KULA) SILBAŠ 1 (GAJDOBRA) V R102,R119 SILBAŠ 1 (B.PALANKA) SILBAŠ 2 (DESPOTOVO) V R102,R127 RUMENKA RUMENKA V 0656 D1042 R102 NOVI SAD 10 (ŠAJLOVO) V R102a,R218 VUKMANOVAC LOČIKA S R103 KOSTOLAC KOSTOLAC S R103,R214a POŽAREVAC 1; POŽAREVAC 8 S R103,R107b,R214a POŽAREVAC;POZAREVAC; POŽAREVAC 9 S 0661 CX04 R103,R214a ;POZAREVAC 11 POŽAREVAC 10 S R103,R275 ALEKSANDROVAC ALEKSANDROVAC S R103,R107 ŽABARI ŽABARI S R103,R108 SVILAJNAC 1 SVILAJNAC 3 (LUKOVICA) S R103,R103b STRANAC STRANAC S

69 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R103,R103v ;MANASTIR RAVANICA MANASTIR RAVANICA S R103,R103v SENJE SENJE S R103,R216 CUPRIJA (DESPOTOVAC) ĆUPRIJA 4 S R103,R214 CUPRIJA (NASELJE) ĆUPRIJA 3 S R103 GR. HRVATSKE (TOVARNIK) granica HR/SR (TOVARNIK) V R103,R103.1 KUKUJEVCI KUKUJEVCI V 0672 D1015 R103 SREMSKA MITROVICA 1 V R103,R116 S.MIT. 2 (BANOŠTAR) SREMSKA MITROVICA 2 V R103,R103.2,R116 S.MIT. 3 (NOCAJ) SREMSKA MITROVICA 3 (SALAŠ NOĆAJSKI) V R103,R103.3 S.MIT. 4 (JARAK) SREMSKA MITROVICA 4 (JARAK) V R103,R106 RUMA 4 (V.RADINCI) RUMA 4 (VOGANJ) V 0677 CX42 R103,R121 ;PECINCI PEĆINCI 1 (SUBOTIŠTE) V 0678 CX43 R103 PEĆINCI 2 V 0679 CX44 R103 PEĆINCI 3 (PRHOVO) V R103,N2 PRHOVO PRHOVO V R103,R153a GR. APV (PETROVCIC) granica APV (DEČ) V R103a,R216 VODNA VODNA S R103a DIVLJAKOVAC DIVLJAKOVAC S R104,R104a JASIKOVA JASIKOVO S R104,R105 ŽAGUBICA ŽAGUBICA S R104,R119 DESPOTOVO 1 (B.PALANKA);DESPOTOVO 1DESPOTOVO 1 (SILBAŠ) V R104,R119 DESPOTOVO 2 (KULA) DESPOTOVO 2 (SAVINO SELO) V R104,R127 ZMAJEVO 1 (VRBAS) ZMAJEVO 2 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) V R104,R127 ZMAJEVO 2 (RUMENKA) ZMAJEVO 3 (STEPANOVIĆEVO) V R104,R120 TEMERIN TEMERIN V R104,R122 ŽABALJ ŽABALJ 2 V R105,R108 RAM RAM 1 S R105,R105a MALO CRNICE MALO CRNIĆE S R105,R275 RAŠANAC RAŠANAC S R105,R108 ZA RAŠANAC PETROVAC NA MLAVI 1 (KNEŽICA) S R105,R107,R108 ZA PETROVAC PETROVAC NA MLAVI 2 S R105,R107 ZA KREPOLJIN PETROVAC NA MLAVI 3 (MELNICA) S R105,R216 KREPOLJIN KREPOLJIN S R105,R108 BACKI SOKOLAC BAČKI SOKOLAC V R105a,R108 BOŽEVAC BOŽEVAC S

70 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R106,R106a LUKA LUKA S R106,R116 MANÐELOS MANÐELOS V R106,R109 PUTINCI PUTINCI V R106,R121 GOLUBINCI GOLUBINCI V 0705 D1039 R106 STARA PAZOVA 3 V 0706 D1040 R106 STARA PAZOVA 4 V R106 STARI BANOVCI STARI BANOVCI V R106a,N1 SALAŠ 1; SALAŠ 2 S R106a,R260,N1 SALAŠ (SIKOLE); SALAŠ 3 (SIKOLE) S R106a,R260,N1 SALAŠ (METRIŠ 1); SALAŠ 4 S R107,R201a BARAJEVO (VRANIC);BARAJEVO (VRANC) BARAJEVO 1 (BAĆEVAC) S R107,R201a BARAJEVO BARAJEVO 2 (VITKOVICA) S R107,R201b DUCINA (ZOROLJIN) SLATINA S 0714 NCB019 R107,R201b ;PARCANSKI VIS DUĆINA S R107,R200a ZA KOSMAJ KOSMAJ 1 (SOPOT) S R107,R200a KOSMAJ KOSMAJ 2 (ROGAČA) S R107,R107a MLADENOVAC (SELEVAC) MLADENOVAC 3 (SELEVAC) S R107,R109 ZA SELEVAC SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 1 (AZANJA) S R107,R109,R109a SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 2 (PRIDVORICE) S R107,R109 STOJACA STOJAČAK S R107,R214 ZA MARKOVAC VELIKA PLANA 2 S R107,R214 ZA VELIKU PLANU VELIKA PLANA 3 S R107,R107b BOŠNJAK BOŠNJAK (VELIKI POPOVAC) S R107,R108 PETROVAC PETROVAC NA MLAVI 4 (VELIKO LAOLE) S R107 GR. HRVATSKE (NESTIN) granica HR/SR (NESTIN) V R107,R116 SVILOŠ SVILOŠ (DUNAV) V R107,R130 RAKOVAC RAKOVAC V 0728 D1051 R107 SREMSKA KAMENICA 1 V 0729 D1050 R107 SREMSKA KAMENICA 2 V R107a,R109 SELEVAC SELEVAC S R107b,R275 ORLJEVO ORLJEVO 1 (MIRIJEVO) S R107b,R275 ORLJEVO (RAŠANAC) ORLJEVO 2 (RAŠANAC) S 0733 CD049 R107b DUBRAVICA (PRISTANIŠTE) DUBRAVICA (PRISTANIŠTE) S R108 RAM (DUNAV) RAM 2 (DUNAV) S R108,R108a SREDNJEVO SREDNJEVO S

71 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R108,R110 GLOGOVAC GLOGOVAC S R108,R214 CUPRIJA (GLOGOVAC) ĆUPRIJA 2 S R108,R119 BACKA TOPOLA 2 (KULA) BAČKA TOPOLA 3 (BAJŠA) V R108,R119 BACKA TOPOLA 3 (SENTA) BAČKA TOPOLA 4 (NOVO ORAHOVO) V R108,R122 BECEJ 3 (SENTA) BEČEJ 3 (BAČKO PETROVO SELO) V R108a,R108b MILJEVIC MILJEVIĆ S R108a,R108c ZELENIK ZELENIK S R108a,R256 MALEŠEVO MALEŠEVO S 0744 D1038 R109 INĐIJA 3 V 0745 D1037 R109 NOVI KARLOVCI 2 (PETLJA) V R109 SLANKAMEN STARI SLANKAMEN V R109a,R214 KRNJEVO KRNJEVO S R109a,R109b ZA SMEDEREVSKU PALANKU;ZA SMEDERESMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 3 (VELIK PLANA) S 0749 D2023 R109a SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 4 S 0750 D2022 R109b SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 5 S R110,R214 JAGODINA (NASELJE) JAGODINA 2 S R110,R122 ŠAJKAŠ ŠAJKAŠ V R110,R110.1 PADINA PADINA V R110,R123 SELEUŠ SELEUŠ V R110.1,R123 SAMOŠ SAMOŠ V 0756 NCC101 R111,R213 VALJEVO (SEDLARE) VALJEVO 6 (LELIĆ) S R111,R263 KOSTOJEVICI KOSTOJEVIĆI S R111,R119 KANJIŽA KANJIŽA V R111,R112 NOVI KNEŽEVAC 1 (COKA) NOVI KNEŽEVAC 1 (COKA) V R111,R112 NOVI KNEŽEVAC 2 (ÐALA) NOVI KNEŽEVAC 2 (SRPSKI KRSTUR) V R111,R123 BANATSKO ARANÐELOVO BANATSKO ARANÐELOVO V R111 GR. MAÐARSKE (RABE) granica SR/MAĐ (RABE) V R112 PERUCAC PERUĆAC S R112,R112b ZA MANASTIR RACU BAJINA BAŠTA 3 (MANASTIR RAČA) S R112,R112a KALUÐERSKE BARE KALUÐERSKE BARE S R112 GR. MAÐARSKE (ÐALA) granica SR/MAÐ (ÐALA) V R112 COKA 1; ČOKA 2 V R112,R123 BANATSKI MONOŠTOR BANATSKI MONOŠTOR (CRNA BARA) V R112,R123 ZA MOKRIN CRNA BARA (MOKRIN) V R112 GR. RUMUNIJE (VRBICA) granica SR/RUM (VRBICA) V

72 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R112a ZAOVINE ZAOVINE S R112b MANASTIR RACA MANASTIR RAČA S R113,R113a PECKA PECKA 1 S R113a,R208 PECKA 1; PECKA 2 (OSTRUŽANJ) S R113a,R208 PECKA (ŠLJIVOVA);PECKA; PECKA 3 (GUNJACI) S 0776 CX34 R113a,R127 KRUSKA;MACKOV KAMEN; KRUŠKA 1 S R113a,R127 RUJEVAC KRUŠKA 2 (KRZAVA) S R113a,R211a ZA RADALJ;ŠARENA BUKVA ŠARENA BUKVA S 0779 CX33 R113a,R211a ;TURSKI GROBOVI TURSKI GROBOVI 1 (KRUPANJ) S R113a,N9 ZA ŠARENU BUKVU TURSKI GROBOVI 2 (BRSTICA) S R113a,R269 ZAJACA ZAJAČA S R114 GR. CRNE GORE (PLEVLJA) granica CG/SR (PLJEVLJA) S R114,N20 USTIBAR; granica SR/BIH (USTIBAR) S R114,N4 BAŠAID 2 (TORDA) BAŠAID 2 (TORDA) V R115,R228 PRIBOJSKA BANJA PRIBOJSKA BANJA S R115,N20 GR. RS (RUDO); granica SR/BIH (UVAC) S R115,R123 KOVIN 2 (DELIBLATO) KOVIN 2 (DELIBLATO) V R115,R115.1 VRACEV GAJ VRAČEV GAJ V R115.1 BANATSKA PALANKA BANATSKA PALANKA (DUNAV) V R116,R208a GR. APV (NOCAJ) granica APV (NOĆAJ) V R117,R227 GUCA 1 GUČA 1 (TURICA) S R117,R227 GUCA (IVANJICA) GUČA 2 (KAONA) S R117 GR. CRNE GORE (BARE) granica SR/CG (VRBNICA) S R118,R127 VRBAS 3 (FEKETIC) VRBAS 5 (FEKETIĆ) V R118,R119 SAVINO SELO SAVINO SELO V R118a,R236 PAZARIŠTE PAZARIŠTE S R118a,R118b,R231a TUTIN TUTIN 1 (JUŽNI KOČANIK) S R118b,R231a TUTIN 1 TUTIN 2 (VELE POLJE) S R118b GR. CRNE GORE (VUCA) granica SR/CG (VUČA) S R119,N19 CITLUK; ČITLUK S R119,R218 ALEKSANDROVAC (ŽUPA) VITKOVO S R119,R222 BOTURIC BOTURIĆI S R119,R222 GRCAK GRČAK S R119,R119a JOŠANICKA BANJA JOŠANICKA BANJA S R119,N13 ZIMANIC; ZIMONIĆ V

73 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R119,R119.1 TORNJOŠ TORNJOŠ V R119,N5 GAJDOBRA GAJDOBRA V 0808 D1003 R119 BAČKA PALANKA 7 V R119a,R218a KOPAONIK KOPAONIK S R120,R261 BOLJEVAC; BOLJEVAC 2 S R120 RTANJ RTANJ S R120,R121 BLENDIJA SOKOBANJA 1 (BLENDIJA) S R120,R121 SOKOBANJA SOKOBANJA 2 (VAROŠ) S R120,R243 VRELO DONJI KRUPAC (DOBRUJEVAC) S 0815 CX23 R120,R243 VELE POLJE VELE POLJE S R120,R214 GORNJA TOPONICA GORNJA TOPONICA S R120,R122 BACKO GRADIŠTE BAČKO GRADIŠTE V R120,R129 NADALJ NADALJ V 0819 D1004 R120 NOVI SAD 11 (VELIKI RIT) V R121,R221 VUKANJA VUKANJA S 0821 CF018 R121,R214 ALEKSINAC (KASARNA);ALEKSINAC KASARALEKSINAC 2 S R121,R214 ZA ALEKSINACKI BUJMIR ALEKSINAC 3 S 0823 D2049 R121 ALEKSINAC 4 S 0824 D2050 R121 ALEKSINAC 5 S 0825 CX26 R121 ALEKSINACKI RUDNICI 2 ALEKSINAC 6 S R121 ALEKSINACKI RUDNICI 1 ALEKSINAC 7 S R121,R121a ZA ŽURKOVAC ŽUČKOVAC S R121,R246 KNJAŽEVAC (BLENDIJA) KNJAŽEVAC 3 (GLOGOVAC) S R121,R247 KNJAŽEVAC (ŠTIPINA) KNJAŽEVAC 4 (KALIČINA) S R121,R243 KALNA KALNA S R121,R243 JALOVIK JALOVIK S R121 KUPINOVO KUPINOVO (SAVA) V R121a JOŠANICA JOŠANICA S R121a GRABOVO GRABOVO S R121a,R214 BRACIN NOVI BRAĆIN S R122,R122b DARKOVCE SASTAV REKA S R122,R240 CRNA TRAVA CRNA TRAVA S R122,R125 ZA VLASINSKO JEZERO BOSILEGRAD 1 (VLASINSKO JEZERO) S R122 BOSILEGRAD BOSILEGRAD 2 (VAROŠ) S R122,R122a RIBARCE RIBARCI S

74 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R122 GR. BUGARSKE (RIBARCE) granica SR/BUG (RIBARCI) S R122,R129 CURUG ČURUG V 0843 CX24 R122a GR SR/MAK (KARAMANICA) GR SR/MAK (KARAMANICA) S R123,R223 BOJNIK (ZA LEBANE) DRAGOVAC S R123,R223,R242 BOJNIK BOJNIK 1 (KAMENICA) S R123 GAJTANSKA VRATA DOBRA VODA S 0847 CF005 R123,R222 PROLOM;PROLOM BANJA PROLOM S R123,N7 SRPSKI ITEBEJ;ITEBEJ SRPSKI ITEBEJ V R123,N4 ZA SRPSKI ITEBEJ NOVI ITEBEJ (BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO) V R123,R123.1 BEGEJCI TORAK V R123,R123.2 KRAJIŠNIK KRAJIŠNIK V 0852 CX53 R123 NEUZINA SUTJESKA 2 (TAMIŠ) V 0853 CX54 R123 NEUZINA 2 (TAMIŠ) V R123,N6 ;NEUZINA;NEUZINA NEUZINA 1 V R123,R125 ALIBUNAR ALIBUNAR 2 V 0856 CX38 R123 DELIBLATO DELIBLATO V 0857 CF008 R123a,R214 GRDELICA (ZA VLASOTINCE);GRDELICA (ZAGRDELICA 2 S R123a,R214 GRDELICA CENTAR;GRDELICA (ZA VLASOTGRDELICA 3 S R123.2,N8 JAŠA TOMIC JAŠA TOMIĆ V R123.2 GR.RUMUNIJE (J. TOMIC) granica SR/RUM (JAŠA TOMIĆ) V R124,R241 GORNJE DRAGOVLJE LIČJE S 0862 CF021 R124 LESKOVAC (GIMNAZIJA) LESKOVAC 8 (GIMNAZIJA) S 0863 CF022 R124 LESKOVAC (OPŠTINA) LESKOVAC 9 (OPŠTINA) S R124,R124a STROJKOVCE STROJKOVCE S 0865 F031 R124 VUČJE S R124,R214 REPINCE (ZA STROJKOVCE);REPINCE (ZA SREPNICE S R124,R214 VLADICIN HAN 1 VLADIČIN HAN 2 S 0868 NC112 R124a BARJE S 0869 F030 R124a STUDENA (KALUĐERCE) S R124a,R223 GRADNJA (VLASE);GOLEMO SELO VLASE S R124a,R223 VLASE UŠEVCE S R124a,R214 ;ZA LEPENICU BAČVIŠTE (STUBAL) S R124a,R214 ZA LEPENICU;LEPENICA LEPENICA S R124b MACKATICA MAČKATICA S R125,R239 DONJA LJUBATA GLOŽJE (GOLEMA REKA) S

75 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0876 NC114 R125 RADOVNICA S R125,R223 DONJI STAJEVAC DONJI STAJEVAC S R125,R238 TRGOVIŠTE TRGOVIŠTE S R125,R125a KLENIKE SVETA PETKA S R125,R214 RISTOVAC (KLENIKE) DAVIDOVAC 3 S R125,R214 RISTOVAC (NASELJE) DAVIDOVAC 2 S R125a PROHOR PCINJSKI granica SR/BJRM (SV. PROHOR PČINJSKI) S R125b,R214 ZA PREŠEVO BUJANOVAC 4 S 0884 NCF073 R125b,N23 VELIKI TRNOVAC; VELIKI TRNOVAC 1 S 0885 F027 R125b VELIKI TRNOVAC 1 VELIKI TRNOVAC 2 S R125b ZARBINCE MUHOVAC S R126,R215a TOPOLA (ARANÐELOVAC) TOPOLA 3 S R126,R215 DONJA ŠATORNJA DONJA ŠATORNJA 1 S R126,R215 ZA RUDNIK DONJA ŠATORNJA 2 (DONJA TREŠNJEVICA) S R126,R203 RUDNIK RUDNIK S R127,R210 VOLUJAC VOLUJAC S R127,R210 TEKERIŠ 1 TEKERIŠ 1 S R127,R257 TEKERIŠ 2 TEKERIŠ 2 (JUGOVIĆI) S R127,R127a MOJKOVICI MOJKOVIĆ S R127,R211 KRUPANJ KRUPANJ 1 (BRSTICA) S 0896 CX31 R127,R211 KRUPANJ 2 (TOMANJ) S R127a BELA CRKVA BELA CRKVA (OSEČINA) S R128 GR. HRVATSKE (JAMENA) granica SR/HR (JAMENA) V 0899 D1030 R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 1 S 0900 D1031 R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 2 S 0901 D1032 R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 3 S R153a,R266 AERODROM BEOGRAD SURČIN 1 (AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA") S R153a,R267 SURCIN SURČIN 2 S R153a,R267 BECMEN BEČMEN S 0905 D1021 R200 BEOGRAD 12 S R200,R251 BELI POTOK BELI POTOK S R200,R200b AVALA 1 AVALA 1 S R200,R204 ZA RIPANJ AVALA 2 (RIPANJ) S R200,R204 ZA VRCIN ŠUPLJA STENA S R200,R200v TREŠNJA 1 TREŠNJA 1 S

76 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R200,R200v TREŠNJA 2 TREŠNJA 2 S R200,R201a RALJA RALJA 1 (PARCANI) S 0913 NCB020 R200,R201a,R201b RALJA 2 (HAJDUKOVAČKI KRAJ) S R200,R201a POPOVIC POPOVIĆ S R200,R200a ÐURINCI ÐURINCI S R201,R201a DRAŽEVAC DRAŽEVAC S R201,R201b VELIKI CRLJENI;VELIKI CRLJANI VELIKI CRLJENI (JUNKOVAC) S R201,R203 VREOCI VREOCI (MEDOŠEVAC) S R201b,R203a SIBNICA SIBNICA S R202,R215,R215a ARANÐELOVAC (ŠATORNJA); ARANĐELOVAC 5 S 0921 NCC311 R202,R215a ARANĐELOVAC 6 S 0922 NCC310 R202,R215a ARANĐELOVAC 7 S R202,R203,R203a BELANOVICA BELANOVICA 1 (VARNICE) S 0924 CC018 R202,R271 ZA LATKOVIC;LJIG ZA LATKOVIC LJIG 2 S R202,R205,R205b MIONICA ZA LJIG;ZA LJIG;ZA LJIG MIONICA 1 (MALJEVIĆ) S R202,R205 MIONICA MIONICA 2 (VAROŠ) S R203,R203a BELANOVICA (BRAJKOVAC) BELANOVICA 2 (ŽIVKOVCI) S R204,R251 ŽELEZNIK (NASELJE) ŽELEZNIK 1 S R204,R251 ZA LIPOVACKU ŠUMU ŽELEZNIK 2 S R205,R271 BOGOVAÐA BOGOVAÐA S R205,R205b MALJEVICI MALJEVIĆ S R205,R259 BREŽÐE BREŽÐE (OSEČENICA) S R205,R205a DIVCIBARE DIVČIBARE S R205,R212 SASTAVCI SASTAVCI S R205b,R271 ZA LATKOVIC LATKOVIĆ 1 S R205b,R271 LATKOVIC LATKOVIĆ 2 S 0937 B017 R205b ČIBUTKOVICA S 0938 B013 R205b ŠUŠNJAR S R206,R207 ŠABACKA KAMENICA ŠABACKA KAMENICA S R206,R208 GRADOJEVICI GRADOJEVIĆ S R207 PROVO PROVO S R207,R210 VLADIMIRCI VLADIMIRCI S R207,R270a OSLADIC VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 2 (OSLADIĆ) S R207,R270a OSLADIC (VALJ. KAMENICA) VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 3 (PRIČEVIĆ) S R208,R208a GLUŠCI GLUŠCI S

77 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R208,R209 ŠABAC 5 (GLUŠCI) ŠABAC 7 (MAJUR) S R208,R210 NAKUCANI ZABLAĆE 1 (SINOŠEVIĆ) S R208,R210 ZA MATIJEVAC ZABLAĆE 2 (MATIJEVAC) S R208,R211 OSECINA (GUNJACI) OSEČINA 3 (PECKA) S R208,R211 ;GUNJACI GUNJACI S 0951 NC04 R208a,R210a DUBLJE 1 DUBLJE 1 (ZMINJAK) S 0952 CX17 R208a,R210a DUBLJE DUBLJE 2 (BOGATIĆ) S R208a,R209,R209a BOGATIC (ZA ZMINJAK) BOGATIĆ 1 (KLENJE) S R208a,R209 BOGATIC BOGATIĆ 2 (METKOVIĆ) S R209,R210 GLOGOVAC GLOGOVAC S R209,R210 CRNA BARA CRNA BARA 1 (BANOVO POLJE) S R209 GR. RS (CRNA BARA) CRNA BARA 2 (DRINA) S 0958 CX18 R209a,R210a KLENJE KLENJE S R209a,R210,R210a BADOVINCI BADOVINCI S R209a,R210a GR. RS (PAVLOVICA CUPRIJA);GR BIH (DRI granica SR/BIH (PAVLOVIĆA ĆUPRIJA) S R210 GR. APV (CRNA BARA) granica APV (CRNA BARA) V R211,R211b KORENITE KORENITA S R211,N9 ŠARENA BUKVA ŠARENA BUKVA S 0964 CX32 R211,R211a ;KRUPANJ 2 KRUPANJ 3 S R211 ŠLJIVOVA ŠLJIVOVA S R211b MANASTIR TRONOŠA MANASTIR TRONOŠA S R212,R212v BARE BARE S R212,R212b,R271 SRCANIK KLATIĆEVO S R212,R212a BERŠICI BERŠIĆI 1 (OZREM) S R212,R212a ZA GORNJE BANJANE BERŠIĆI 2 (LOŽANJ) S R212,R259 LEUŠICI BREZNA 1 (SREZOJEVCI) S R212,R259 TEOCAK BREZNA 2 (LEUŠIĆI) S R212,R226 PRANJANI PRANJANI S R212,R276 ŠILJKOVICA ŠILJKOVICA S R212a,R259a KADINA LUKA KADINA LUKA 2 (BA) S R212a GORNJI BANJANI GORNJI BANJANI S R212b,R271 LJUTOVNICA LJUTOVNICA S R213,R263 VARDA VARDA S R213,R263 JAKALJ JAKALJ S R214,R214a OSIPAONICA OSIPAONICA S

78 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 0981 D2024 R214 VELIKA PLANA 4 S 0982 D2028 R214 JAGODINA 3 S R214,R218 MAJUR JAGODINA 4 (BRESJE) S R214,R217 MATEJEVAC MIJATOVAC S 0985 D2030 R214 PARAĆIN 2 S 0986 D2031 R214 PARAĆIN 3 S R214 RAŽANJ (NAPLATNA RAMPA) RAŽANJ 2 S R214,R221 DELIGRAD DELIGRAD S 0989 CF030 R214,R243 DRAZEVAC;ALEKSINACKI BUJMIR KATUN S 0990 D2070 R214 MEDOŠEVAC; NIŠ 8 S 0991 CF016 R214,R274 NIŠ (KICEVO);NIS (KICEVO) NIŠ 9 S 0992 D2034 R214 NIŠ 10 S 0993 D2036 R214 NIŠ 11 S R214,N21 NIS (ZA MRAMOR); NIŠ 12 S R214,R221 ORLJANE ORLJANE S R214,R245 DOLJEVAC DOLJEVAC 2 S R214,R242 BRESTOVAC BRESTOVAC 2 S R214,R242 BRESTOVAC (ZA GADŽIN HAN) BRESTOVAC 3 S R214,R240 PREDEJANE (NASELJE) PREDEJANE (VAROŠ) S R214,R239 KORBEVAC RANUTOVAC 2 S 1001 CF050 R214,R223 VRANJE (KASARNA);; VRANJE 2 S R214,R223 VRANJE (NASELJE) VRANJE 3 S 1003 CX20 R214,R237 CUKARKA;STREZOVCE ČUKARKA 2 S R214 GR. MAKEDONIJE (TABANOVCE) granica SR/BJRM (TABANOVCE) S 1005 CC016 R215,R215a ARANDJELOVAC;ARANÐELOVAC ARANĐELOVAC 8 S R215a VRH BUKULJE BUKULJA S 1007 CE001 R217,R220 VARVARIN 1;ZA CICEVAC VARVARIN 1 (ĆIĆEVAC) S R217,R220 VARVARIN VARVARIN 2 (BAČINA) S R217,R218 VELIKA DRENOVA VELIKA DRENOVA 1 (STRAGARI) S 1010 CX52 R217,R218 VELIKA DRENOVA 2 (SELIŠTE) S R217,R219 GRABOVAC (ZA CAIRE) GRABOVAC 1 (TRSTENIK) S R217,R219 GRABOVAC GRABOVAC 2 (PRNJAVOR) S R217,R224 UGLJAREVO UGLJAREVO S R218,R220 OPARIC OPARIĆ 1 S R218,R220 OPARIC (VELIKA DRENOVA) OPARIĆ 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) S

79 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 1016 CX55 R218 SELIŠTE (ZAPADNA MORAVA) S 1017 CX56 R218 STOPANJA 2 (ZAPADNA MORAVA) S R218,R222 BRUS BRUS 1 S R218,R222 ZA BRZECE BRUS 2 (KOBILJE) S R218,R218a BRZECE BRZEĆE S R218 BLAŽEVO S R218,R218b MERCEZ MERĆEZ S 1023 CF007 R218,R222 KURSUMLIJA 1;KURŠUMLIJA 2 KURŠUMLIJA 2 (MAČKOVAC) S 1024 CF006 R218,R222 KURSUMLIJA 2;KURŠUMLIJA 1 KURŠUMLIJA 3 (MARKOVICE) S R218 GR. APKM (PREPOLAC) granica APKM (PREPOLAC) S R218b GR. APKM (LUKOVO) granica APKM (ŠTAVA) S R219,R220 ZA REKOVAC PREVEŠT 1 S R219,R220 PREVEŠT PREVEŠT 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) S R220 KALENIC KALENIČKI PRNJAVOR S R221,R221b KAONIK (ÐUNIS) KAONIK (ÐUNIS) S R221,R221a RIBARE RIBARE S R221,R245a GRADAC;GREBAC KLISURICA S R221a RIBARSKA BANJA RIBARSKA BANJA S 1034 D2042 R221b KRUŠEVAC (KAONIK) KRUŠEVAC 7 S R222,R224 ;NOVO SELO (VRNJACKA BANJA) VRNJAČKA BANJA S R222,R225 STANIŠINCI STANIŠINCI S R222 GAJTANSKA VRATA S R223,R245 PROKUPLJE (ZLATA) PROKUPLJE 5 (ŽITORAĐA) S R223,R223a ZLATA ZLATA S R223,R242 ZA ZLATU BOJNIK 2 (ZELETOVO) S 1041 F024 R223 GAGINCE S 1042 CX37 R223 granica KiM (Ravni Del) granica APKM (RAVNI DEL) S 1043 CX36 R223 granica KiM (Trstena) granica APKM (TRSTENA) S R223a,R245 ŽITORAÐA ŽITORAÐA S R224,R225 GOC GOČ 1 (STANIŠINCI) S R224,R225 GOC (BERANOVAC) GOČ 2 (BREZNA) S R226,R259 TRBUŠANI TRBUŠANI S R226,R276 LJUBIC ČAČAK 3 (PRIJEVOR) S 1049 D2061 R226 ČAČAK 4 S 1050 D2060 R226 ČAČAK 5 S

80 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R226,R227 DRAKCICI DRAKČIĆI S R227,R227a LUCANI LUČANI S R227,R228 ZA ARILJE LIS S R227,R227b KAONA KAONA (GORNJI DUBAC) S R228,R230 ;LJUBIŠ 1 LJUBIŠ S R228,R230 JASENOVO JASENOVO S R230,N10 ZA SIROGOJNO TRNAVA (SIROGOJNO) S R231a,R236 ;LESKOVA ŠIPČE S 1059 NC03 R232 MATARUGE MATARUGE S R232 GR. CRNE GORE (MIJOSKA) granica SR/CG (BRAJKOVAC) S R233 RUDNO RUDNO S R234 BRÐANI BRÐANI S R234 GR. APKM (KAŠALJ) granica APKM (KAŠALJ) S R235 GR. APKM (LOPUŠNJE) granica APKM (LOPUŽNJE) S 1065 CX22 R237 GRANICA KOSOVO granica APKM (STANEVCE) S R238 GR. MAKEDONIJE (KALOVO) granica SR/BJRM (KALOVO) S R239,R239a KRIVA FEJA;ZA VRANJSKU BANJU;ZA VRANVRANJSKA BANJA 1 S 1068 D2006 R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 2 S 1069 D2007 R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 3 S 1070 CF015 R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 1 VRANJSKA BANJA 4 S R239a VRANJSKA BANJA VRANJSKA BANJA 5 S R241,R241a NIŠKA BANJA NIŠKA BANJA S 1073 D2052 R241 NIKOLA TESLA S R241,R242 GADŽIN HAN GADŽIN HAN S R242,R242a MIJAJLICA MIJAJLICA S R242,R242b CARICIN GRAD CARIČIN GRAD S R242 SLIŠANE SLIŠANE S R242a RADAN RADAN S R243,R246 POPŠICA POPŠICA S R243,R244 PERIŠ PERIŠ S R243 GR. BUGARSKE (SVETI NIKOLA) granica SR/BUG (RAVNO BUČJE) S R244,R262 B. PALANKA (DONJI STRIŽEVAC);BELA PALABELA PALANKA 2 S R244,R244a JASENOV DEL TRNSKI ODOROVCI S R244 PETACINCI PETAČINCI S R247,R279 ZLOT ZLOT S

81 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R247,R261 BOLJEVAC (VALAKONJE); BOLJEVAC 3 S R247,R261 BOLJEVAC (BUCJE); BOLJEVAC 4 (BOLJEVAC SELO) S R247,R248 BUCJE BUČJE S R247,R247a DONJA SOKOLOVICA DONJA SOKOLOVICA S R247,R247b ŠTIPINA KNJAŽEVAC 5 (ŠTIPINA) S R247a,R247b DEBELICA DEBELICA S R247a GR. BUGARSKE (KADIBOGAZ) granica SR/BUG (KADIBOGAZ) S 1093 NC01 R248,R248a ROGLJEVO S 1094 NC02 R248,R248a CRNOMASNICA S R248,R248a BRACEVAC BRAĆEVAC 1 S 1096 CD025 R248,R248a BRACEVAC 1 BRAĆEVAC 2 S R248a GR. BUGARSKE (KOVILOVO) granica BUG/SR (KOVILOVO) S 1098 NC106 R248a VELIKA JASIKOVA S R248a,N1 JASIKOVA 1; JASIKOVA 2 S R252 SEMEGNJEVO SEMEGNJEVO S R253 RIBNICKO JEZERO RIBNIČKO JEZERO S 1102 CD021 R254,N1 SAMARINOVAC; SAMARINOVAC S R254,R278 RADUJEVAC RADUJEVAC S R258 SIJERINSKA BANJA SIJARINSKA BANJA S R259,R259a SRASLA BUKVA SRASLA BUKVA S R267 PROGAR PROGAR S 1107 B009 R267 KRTINSKA VODOZAHVAT KRTINSKA VODOZAHVAT S R268 TRŠIC TRŠIĆ S R269 GUCEVO GUČEVO S R273 POPOVAC POPOVAC S 1111 D2053 R274 NIŠ 13 S 1112 CF023 R274 NIS (SINDJELICEV TRG) NIŠ 14 (SINĐELIĆEV TRG) S 1113 CF024 R274 NIS (TRG KRALJA ALEKS.) NIŠ 15 (TRG KRALJA ALEKSANDRA) S R277 VELIKA BRAINA VELIKA BRAINA S R279 ZLOTSKA PECINA ZLOTSKA PEĆINA S R280 MANASTIR MANASIJA MANASTIR MANASIJA S N3 RIÐICA RIÐICA V N7 GR. RUMUNIJE (MEÐA) granica SR/RUM (MEÐA) V N10 SIROGOJNO SIROGOJNO S N14 SOMBOR 8 V

82 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K 1121 CX57 N15 ZRENJANIN 9 V 1122 CC012 N17 granica BIH/SR (BRATUNAC) S 1123 NCE004 N19 KRUŠEVAC 8 S 1124 NCE005 N19 KRUŠEVAC 9 S M2;R221 ZUBIN POTOK ZUBIN POTOK K M2;R101;R220 K.MITROVICA 1 (G. KLINA);K.M.1 (GORWA K K.MITROVICA 1 (GORNJA KLINA) K M2;M22.3 K.MITROVICA 3 (LEPOSAVI]);K. MITROVICA K.MITROVICA 3 (LEPOSAVIĆ) K M2;R105 VU^ITRN 1 (POQANCE) VUČITRN 1 (POLJANCE) K M2;R128 NEDAKOVAC NEDAKOVAC K M2;R120 MILO[EVO 1 (LEBANE) MILOŠEVO 1 (LEBANE) K M2;R220 ORLOVI] ORLOVIĆ K M2;M9;M25 PRI[TINA 1 (PE]) PRIŠTINA 1 (PEĆ) K M2;M25;M25.2 ^AGLAVICA ČAGLAVICA K M2;M25 LAPQE SELO LAPLJE SELO K M2;R120 KOWUH KONJUH K M2;R209 LUGA\IJA LUGAĐIJA K M2;M25.3 URO[EVAC 1(GWILANE);URO[EVAC 1 (GWIL UROŠEVAC 1 (GNJILANE) K M2;R122 GRLICA GRLICA K M2;R115 DOGANOVI] 1 ([TRPCE) DOGANOVIĆ 1 (ŠTRPCE) K M2 GR.AKM.(\ENERAL JANKOVI]) granica APKM/BJRM (ĐENERAL JANKOVIĆ) K M9 GR.APKM (BJELUHA) granica CG/APKM (BJELUHA) K M9;R107 PE] 1 (DE^ANI) PEĆ 1 (DEČANI) K M9;R101 PE] 2 (VITOMIRICA) PEĆ 2 (VITOMIRICA) K M9;R201 JABLANICA JABLANICA K M9;R121 ZAIMOVO ZAIMOVO K M9;R104 DOLAC 1 (KLINA) DOLAC 1 (KLINA) K M9;M9.1 DOLAC 2 (HRAMOVIK) DOLAC 2 (HRAMOVIK) K M9;R119 KIJEVO KIJEVO K M9;R110 LOPU[NIK;LAPU[NIK LAPUŠNIK K M9;R102 KOMORAN KOMORAN K M9;R120 VELIKA SLATINA 1 (MAGURA);V.SLATINA 1 (VELIKA SLATINA 1 (MAGURA) K M9;R120 VELIKA SLATINA 2 (OBILI]);V.SLATINA 2 (OB VELIKA SLATINA 2 (OBILIĆ) K M9;M25 PRI[TINA 2 (LEBANE) PRIŠTINA 2 (LEBANE) K M9.1;R111 HRAMOVIK HRAMOVIK K M9.1;R107 \AKOVICA 1 (BISTRICA);\AKOVICA 1(BISTRICĐAKOVICA 1 (BISTRICA) K M9.1;R203 \AKOVICA 2 (]AF. PRU[I);\AKOVICA 2 (]AFA PĐAKOVICA 2 (ĆAFA PRUŠIT) K M9.1;R109 PONO[EVAC PONOŠEVAC K M9.1 MORINA (GR. ALBANIJE) granica APKM/ALB (MORINA) K M22.3;R218 DREN DREN K

83 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K M22.3;R217 BALABAN BALABAN K M22.3;R129 KOS. MITROVICA 4 (TREP^A);K.M.4 (TREP^AKOSOVSKA MITROVICA 4 (TREPČA) K M25;R127 PODUJEVO 1 (KRPIMEJ) PODUJEVO 1 (KRPIMEJ) K M25;R128 PODUJEVO 2 (LAPA[TICA) PODUJEVO 2 (LAPAŠTICA) K M25;R125 LUŽANE K M25;R120 LEBANE LEBANE K M25;R120 LIPQAN 1 (JAWEVO) LIPLJAN 1 (JANJEVO) K M25;R120 LIPQAN 2 (MAGURA) LIPLJAN 2 (MAGURA) K M25;R207 MLADENOV HAN MLADENOV HAN K M25;M25.3 [TIMQE ŠTIMLJE K M25;R102 CRNOQEVO CRNOLJEVO K M25;R119 DUQE DULJE K M25;R117 SE^A REKA 1 (STUDEN^ANE);SUVA REKA 1 SUVA REKA 1 (STUDENČANE) K M25;R118 SE^A REKA 2 (MU[UTI[TE);SUVA REKA 2(MUSUVA REKA 2(MUŠUTIŠTE) K M25;R115 PRIZREN 1 (BREZOVICA) PRIZREN 1 (BREZOVICA) K M25;R107 PRIZREN 2 (LANDOVICA) PRIZREN 2 (LANDOVICA) K ŽUR K M25 GR ALBANIJE (VRBICA) granica APKM/ALB (VRBICA) K M25.2;R123 LABQANE LABLJANE K M25.2;R209 BRA[AQCE BRAŠALJCE K M25.2;M25.3 GWILANE 1 (KLOKOT) GNJILANE 1 (KLOKOT) K M25.2;M25.3 GWILANE 2 (DOBR^ANE) GNJILANE 2 (DOBRČANE) K M25.3;R207 KO[ARE KOŠARE K M25.3;R206 URO[EVAC 2 (JEZERCE) UROŠEVAC 2 (JEZERCE) K M25.3;R122 KLOKOT KLOKOT K M25.3;R212 LIVO^ LIVOČ K M25.3;R213 GWILANE 3 (GORWI MAKRE[);GWILANE 3 (GGNJILANE 3 (GORNJE MAKREŠANE) K M25.3;R123 DOWE KORMIWANE DONJE KORMINJANE K M25.3;R124 DOMOROVCE DOMOROVCE K R101;R102 GORWA KLINA GORNJA KLINA K R101;R221 PADALI[TE PADALIŠTE K R101;R103 BELO POQE BELO POLJE K R101;R104 \URAKOVAC 1 (ISTOK) ĐURAKOVAC 1 (ISTOK) K R101;R104 \URAKOVAC 2 (KLINA) ĐURAKOVAC 2 (KLINA) K R101;R103 BAWICA BANJICA K R101;R106 VITOMIRICA VITOMIRICA K R102;R105 SRBICA SRBICA K R102;R105 POQANCE POLJANCE K R103;R104 ISTOK ISTOK K

84 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R104;R105 KLINA KLINA K R105;R220 VU^ITRN 2 (OBILI]) VUČITRN 2 (OBILIĆ) K R105;R220 VU^ITRN 3 (K.MITROVICA) VUČITRN 3 (K.MITROVICA) K R106 GR. CRNE GORE (KULA) granica CG/APKM (KULA) K R107;R121 RAU[I] RAUŠIĆ K R107;R201 DE^ANI 1 (LUMBARDA) DEČANI 1 (LUMBARDA) K R107;R108 DE^ANI 2 (V.DE^ANI) DEČANI 2 (V.DEČANI) K R107;R109 DE^ANI 3 (JUNIK) DEČANI 3 (JUNIK) K R107;R202 RASTOVICA;RASTAVICA RASTOVICA K R107;R112 BISTRAŽIN K R107;R111 ZRZE 1 (HRAMOVIK) ZRZE 1 (HRAMOVIK) K R107;R110 ZRZE 2 (ORAHOVAC) ZRZE 2 (ORAHOVAC) K R107;R204 VELIKA KRU[A VELIKA KRUŠA K R107;R205 PIRANE PIRANE K R107;R112 LANDOVICA LANDOVICA K R108 VISOKI DE^ANI VISOKI DEČANI K R108 GR CRNE GORE (KOZWER) granica APKM/CG (KOZNJER) K R109;R202 JUNIK JUNIK K R110;R117 ORAHOVAC 1 (SUVA REKA) ORAHOVAC 1 (SUVA REKA) K R110;R119 MALI[EVO 1 (DUQE) MALIŠEVO 1 (DULJE) K R111 RATKOVAC RATKOVAC K R112;R219 \ONAJ ĐONAJ K R113;R222 PLAVSKI MEGDAN PLAVSKI MEGDAN K R113;R114 DRAGA[ DRAGAŠ K R113 RESTELICA RESTELICA K R114 BROD BROD K R115;R118 BREZOVICA 1(MU[UTI[TE) BREZOVICA 1(MUŠUTIŠTE) K R115;R210 BREZOVICA 2 ([ARA) BREZOVICA 2 (ŠARA) K R115;R116 DOGANOVI] 2 (GLOBO^ICA) DOGANOVIĆ 2 (GLOBOČICA) K R116 GR. BJRM (GLOBO^ICA) granica APKM/BJRM (GLOBOČICA) K R117;R204 ORAHOVAC 2 (V.KRU[A) ORAHOVAC 2 (V.KRUŠA) K R117 VRLI[TE VRLIŠTE K R117;R205 STUDEN^ANE STUDENČANE K R118 DELOVCE DELOVCE K R120;R220 OBILI] 1 (K.MITROVICA) OBILIĆ 1 (K.MITROVICA) K R120;R220 OBILI] 2 (ORLOVI]) OBILIĆ 2 (ORLOVIĆ) K R120;R208 MAGURA MAGURA K R120 JAWEVO JANJEVO K R121;R201 BARANE BARANE K

85 ID_node_NEW ID_node_Old Crossroad_NEW Name_node_Old Name_node_NEW Administrative Unit S/V/K R122;R211 VITINA VITINA K R123;R213 BOSTANE BOSTANE K R123;R123a K.KAMENICA 1(STREZ.) KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 1 (STREZOVCE) K R123a;R216 K.KAMENICA 2 (TU\EVCE) KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 2 (TUĐEVCE) K R123a STREZOVCE STREZOVCE K R124;R214 ODANOVCE ODANOVCE K R124;R215 SIPASNICA SIPASNICA K R124 DESIVOJCE DESIVOJCE K R125;R126 BATLAVA BATLAVA K R125 ORLANE ORLANE K R126;R127 PODUJEVO 3 (PREPOLAC) PODUJEVO 3 (PREPOLAC) K R126;R127 PODUJEVO 4 (RE^ICA) PODUJEVO 4 (REČICA) K R126;R129 KRPIMEJ KRPIMEJ K R126 RE^ICA REČICA K R129 KA^AN DO KAČAN DO K R203 GR. ALBANIJE (].PRU[I) granica APKM/ALB (ĆAFA PRUŠIT) K R206 GORWE NERODIMQE GORNJE NERODIMLJE K R206 JEZERCE JEZERCE K R208 LIPOVICA LIPOVICA K R210 [ARA (SKI CENTAR) ŠARA (SKI CENTAR) K R211 VRNEZ VRNEZ K R212 HAX HADŽ K R212 GR BJRM (STAN^I]) granica APKM/BJRM (STANČIĆ) K R214 KARA^EVO granica APKM (KARAČEVO) K R215 OGO[TE OGOŠTE K R216 GR APKM (TU\EVCE) granica APKM (TUĐEVCE) K R217 BAWSKA BANJSKA K R218 BELO BRDO granica APKM (BELO BRDO) K R219 ZJUM ZJUM K R222 ZAPLUŽJE K R235 GR. APKM (GRADAC) granica APKM (GRADAC) K

86 Appendix D REFERENCE SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA - List of primary traffic sections -

87 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K / M1 granica HR/SR (BATROVCI) - ADAŠEVCI RAZK 8,603 V / M1 ADAŠEVCI - granica HR/SR (BATROVCI) RAZK 8,603 V / M1 ADAŠEVCI - KUZMIN (AUTOPUT) RAZK 13,470 V / M1 KUZMIN (AUTOPUT) - ADAŠEVCI RAZK 13,470 V / M1 KUZMIN (AUTOPUT) - SREMSKA MITROVICA (AUTOPUT) RAZK 21,300 V / M1 SREMSKA MITROVICA (AUTOPUT) - KUZMIN (AUTOPUT) RAZK 21,300 V / M1 SREMSKA MITROVICA (AUTOPUT) - RUMA (AUTOPUT) RAZK 13,735 V / M1 RUMA (AUTOPUT) - SREMSKA MITROVICA (AUTOPUT) RAZK 13,735 V / M1 RUMA (AUTOPUT) - PEĆINCI (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,975 V / M1 PEĆINCI (AUTOPUT) - RUMA (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,975 V / M1 PEĆINCI (AUTOPUT) - ŠIMANOVCI (AUTOPUT) RAZK 14,015 V / M1 ŠIMANOVCI (AUTOPUT) - PEĆINCI (AUTOPUT) RAZK 14,015 V / M1 ŠIMANOVCI (AUTOPUT) - granica APV (ŠIMANOVCI) RAZK 3,191 V / M1 granica APV (ŠIMANOVCI) - ŠIMANOVCI (AUTOPUT) RAZK 3,191 V / M1 granica APV (ŠIMANOVCI) - DOBANOVCI 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 4,624 S / M1 DOBANOVCI 1 (AUTOPUT) - granica APV (ŠIMANOVCI) RAZK 4,624 S 0017 DB M1 DOBANOVCI 1 (AUTOPUT) - DOBANOVCI 2 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 3,327 S 0018 DB M1 DOBANOVCI 2 (AUTOPUT) - DOBANOVCI 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 3,327 S 0019 DB M1 DOBANOVCI 2 (AUTOPUT) - AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA" RAZK 2,100 S 0020 DB M1 AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA" - DOBANOVCI 2 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 2,100 S / M1 AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA" - BEOGRAD 1 (ZMAJ) RAZK 6,840 S / M1 BEOGRAD 1 (ZMAJ) - AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA" RAZK 6,840 S / M1;M22 BEOGRAD 1 (ZMAJ) - BEOGRAD 2 (TOŠIN BUNAR) RAZK 2,875 S / M1;M22 BEOGRAD 2 (TOŠIN BUNAR) - BEOGRAD 1 (ZMAJ) RAZK 2,875 S / M1;M22 BEOGRAD 2 (TOŠIN BUNAR) - BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) RAZK 4,886 S / M1;M22 BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) - BEOGRAD 2 (TOŠIN BUNAR) RAZK 4,886 S / M1 BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) - BEOGRAD 4 (AUTOKOMANDA) RAZK 1,719 S / M1 BEOGRAD 4 (AUTOKOMANDA) - BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) RAZK 1,719 S / M1 BEOGRAD 4 (AUTOKOMANDA) - BUBANJ POTOK RAZK 9,554 S / M1 BUBANJ POTOK - BEOGRAD 4 (AUTOKOMANDA) RAZK 9,554 S / M1 BUBANJ POTOK - VRČIN RAZK 9,261 S / M1 VRČIN - BUBANJ POTOK RAZK 9,261 S / M1 VRČIN - MALI POŽAREVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 14,263 S / M1 MALI POŽAREVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - VRČIN RAZK 14,263 S / M1 MALI POŽAREVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - UMČARI 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 6,462 S / M1 UMČARI 1 (AUTOPUT) - MALI POŽAREVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 6,462 S / M1 UMČARI 1 (AUTOPUT) - VODANJ (AUTOPUT) RAZK 5,938 S / M1 VODANJ (AUTOPUT) - UMČARI 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 5,938 S

88 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K 0039 DD M1 VODANJ (AUTOPUT) - KOLARI (AUTOPUT) RAZK 6,300 S 0040 DD M1 KOLARI (AUTOPUT) - VODANJ (AUTOPUT) RAZK 6,300 S 0041 DD M1 KOLARI (AUTOPUT) - RALJA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 5,600 S 0042 DD M1 RALJA 1 (AUTOPUT) - KOLARI (AUTOPUT) RAZK 5,600 S / M1 RALJA 1 (AUTOPUT) - RALJA 2 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 1,495 S / M1 RALJA 2 (AUTOPUT) - RALJA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 1,495 S / M1 RALJA 2 (AUTOPUT) - VELIKA PLANA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 28,389 S / M1 VELIKA PLANA 1 (AUTOPUT) - RALJA 2 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 28,389 S / M1 VELIKA PLANA 1 (AUTOPUT) - MARKOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,002 S / M1 MARKOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - VELIKA PLANA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,002 S / M1 MARKOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - BATOČINA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 10,218 S / M1 BATOČINA 1 (AUTOPUT) - MARKOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 10,218 S / M1 BATOČINA 1 (AUTOPUT) - JAGODINA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 22,400 S / M1 JAGODINA 1 (AUTOPUT) - BATOČINA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 22,400 S / M1 JAGODINA 1 (AUTOPUT) - ĆUPRIJA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,268 S / M1 ĆUPRIJA 1 (AUTOPUT) - JAGODINA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,268 S / M1 ĆUPRIJA 1 (AUTOPUT) - PARAĆIN 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 10,748 S / M1 PARAĆIN 1 (AUTOPUT) - ĆUPRIJA 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 10,748 S / M1;M5 PARAĆIN 1 (AUTOPUT) - POJATE 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,096 S / M1;M5 POJATE 1 (AUTOPUT) - PARAĆIN 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 12,096 S M1 POJATE 1 (AUTOPUT) - RAŽANJ 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 13,300 S M1 RAŽANJ 1 (AUTOPUT) - POJATE 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 13,300 S M1 RAŽANJ 1 (AUTOPUT) - ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR RAZK 20,100 S M1 ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR - RAŽANJ 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 20,100 S M1 ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR - ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 3,400 S M1 ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR RAZK 3,400 S / M1 ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - NIŠ 1 (TRUPALE) RAZK 22,792 S / M1 NIŠ 1 (TRUPALE) - ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 22,792 S M1;M25 NIŠ 1 (TRUPALE) - NIŠ 2 (POPOVAC) RAZK 3,300 S M1;M25 NIŠ 2 (POPOVAC) - NIŠ 1 (TRUPALE) RAZK 3,300 S M1;M25 NIŠ 2 (POPOVAC) - NIŠ 3 (BATUŠINAC) RAZK 5,700 S M1;M25 NIŠ 3 (BATUŠINAC) - NIŠ 2 (POPOVAC) RAZK 5,700 S 0071 DF M1 NIŠ 3 (BATUŠINAC) - DOLJEVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 10,900 S 0072 DF M1 DOLJEVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - NIŠ 3 (BATUŠINAC) RAZK 10,900 S M1 DOLJEVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - BRESTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 5,900 S M1 BRESTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - DOLJEVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 5,900 S M1 BRESTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - PEČENJEVCE RAZK 6,900 S M1 PEČENJEVCE - BRESTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 6,900 S

89 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M1 PEČENJEVCE - NOMANICA RAZK 16,400 S M1 NOMANICA - PEČENJEVCE RAZK 16,400 S M1 NOMANICA - MALA KOPAŠNICA RAZK 6,700 S M1 MALA KOPAŠNICA - NOMANICA RAZK 6,700 S M1 MALA KOPAŠNICA - GRDELICA 1 4,000 S M1 GRDELICA 1 - DŽEP 17,579 S M1 DŽEP - VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) 10,000 S M1 VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) - GRAMAÐA 5,766 S M1 GRAMAÐA - RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 14,500 S M1 RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) 6,476 S M1 VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) - DAVIDOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 8,595 S M1 DAVIDOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - BUJANOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 5,951 S M1 BUJANOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) 20,366 S M1 ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) - granica SR/BJRM (TABANOVCE) 6,053 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) - BEOGRAD 5 (SAVSKA) RAZK 0,255 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 5 (SAVSKA) - BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) RAZK 0,255 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 5 (SAVSKA) - BEOGRAD 6 (ŽELEZNIČKA STANICA) 0,845 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 6 (ŽELEZNIČKA STANICA) - BEOGRAD 7 (AUTOBUSKA STANICA) RAZK 0,668 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 7 (AUTOBUSKA STANICA) - BEOGRAD 6 (ŽELEZNIČKA STANICA) RAZK 0,668 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 7 (AUTOBUSKA STANICA) - BEOGRAD 8 (PANČEVAČKI MOST) 6,700 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 8 (PANČEVAČKI MOST) - BEOGRAD 9 (KRNJAČA) RAZK 2,100 S M1.9 BEOGRAD 9 (KRNJAČA) - BEOGRAD 8 (PANČEVAČKI MOST) RAZK 2,100 S / M1.9 BEOGRAD 9 (KRNJAČA) - granica APV (PANČEVO) RAZK 12,300 S / M1.9 granica APV (PANČEVO) - BEOGRAD 9 (KRNJAČA) RAZK 12,300 S / M1.9 granica APV (PANČEVO) - PANCEVO 1 RAZK 2,900 V / M1.9 PANCEVO 1 - granica APV (PANČEVO) RAZK 2,900 V / M1.9;M24 PANCEVO 1 - PANCEVO 2 RAZK 1,251 V / M1.9;M24 PANCEVO 2 - PANCEVO 1 RAZK 1,251 V M1.9 PANCEVO 2 - ALIBUNAR 1 31,771 V M1.9 ALIBUNAR 1 - BANATSKI KARLOVAC 5,200 V M1.9 BANATSKI KARLOVAC - ULJMA 11,900 V M1.9;M7.1 ULJMA - VRŠAC 1 13,708 V M1.9 VRŠAC 1 - VRŠAC 2 0,981 V M1.9 VRŠAC 2 - VRŠAC 3 RAZK 0,964 V M1.9 VRŠAC 3 - VRŠAC 2 RAZK 0,964 V M1.9 VRŠAC 3 - granica SR/RUM (VATIN) 12,436 V M1.10 RALJA 1 (AUTOPUT) - RALJA 3 2,600 S M1.10 RALJA 3 - RALJA 4 0,438 S

90 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M1.10 RALJA 5 - RALJA 3 0,477 S M1.10 RALJA 6 - RALJA 4 0,375 S M1.10 RALJA 4 - RALJA 5 0,184 S M1.10 RALJA 5 - SMEDEREVO 3 (KOLARI) 4,500 S M1.10 SMEDEREVO 3 (KOLARI) - SMEDEREVO 2 (PETRIJEVO) 1,800 S M1.10 SMEDEREVO 2 (PETRIJEVO) - SMEDEREVO 1 (DUNAV) 5,300 S M1.11 BATOČINA 1 (AUTOPUT) - BATOČINA 2 0,623 S M1.11 BATOČINA 2 - CVETOJEVAC 18,200 S M1.11 CVETOJEVAC - KRAGUJEVAC 1 (DONJA SABANTA) RAZK 6,500 S M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 1 (DONJA SABANTA) - CVETOJEVAC RAZK 6,500 S M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 1 (DONJA SABANTA) - KRAGUJEVAC 2 RAZK 1,164 S M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 2 - KRAGUJEVAC 1 (DONJA SABANTA) RAZK 1,164 S M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 2 - KRAGUJEVAC 3 0,436 S M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 3 - KRAGUJEVAC 4 RAZK 1,400 S M1.11 KRAGUJEVAC 4 - KRAGUJEVAC 3 RAZK 1,400 S / M1.12;M25 NIŠ 1 (TRUPALE) - NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) RAZK 3,000 S / M1.12;M25 NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) - NIŠ 1 (TRUPALE) RAZK 3,000 S M1.12;M25 NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) - NIŠ 5 (MALČA) RAZK 13,300 S M1.12;M25 NIŠ 5 (MALČA) - NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) RAZK 13,300 S M1.12 NIŠ 5 (MALČA) - NIŠ 6 RAZK 0,772 S M1.12 NIŠ 6 - NIŠ 5 (MALČA) RAZK 0,772 S M1.12 NIŠ 6 - NIŠ 7 (NIŠKA BANJA) 1,128 S M1.12 NIŠ 7 (NIŠKA BANJA) - CRVENA REKA 21,800 S M1.12 CRVENA REKA - BELA PALANKA 1 9,993 S M1.12 BELA PALANKA 1 - PIROT 27,598 S M1.12 PIROT - SUKOVO 14,446 S M1.12 SUKOVO - DIMITROVGRAD 9,587 S M1.12 DIMITROVGRAD - granica SR/BUG (GRADINA) 6,969 S M1.13 VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) - ŽITORAÐE 4,111 S M1.13 ŽITORAÐE - SURDULICA 5,357 S M1.13 SURDULICA - OKRUGLICA 19,194 S M1.13;R122 OKRUGLICA - VLASINSKO JEZERO 4,356 S M1.13 VLASINSKO JEZERO - STREZIMIROVCI 18,995 S M1.13 STREZIMIROVCI - granica SR/BUG (STREZIMIROVCI) 0,608 S M2 granica CG/SR (ŠPILJANI) - BREGOVI 2,932 S M2 BREGOVI - RIBARIĆI 12,573 S M2 RIBARIĆI - granica APKM (VITKOVIĆI) 10,253 S M3 granica HR/SR (BOGOJEVO) - BOGOJEVO (SONTA) 0,592 V

91 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M3 BOGOJEVO (SONTA) - SRPSKI MILETIĆ 10,392 V M3;M18 SRPSKI MILETIĆ - ODŽACI 1 (DERONJE) 9,379 V M3 ODŽACI 1 (DERONJE) - ODŽACI 2 (RATKOVO) 0,296 V M3 ODŽACI 2 (RATKOVO) - KULA 1 (SAVINO SELO) 23,495 V M3;R119 KULA 1 (SAVINO SELO) - KULA 2 (CRVENKA) 1,567 V M3 KULA 2 (CRVENKA) - VRBAS 1 (KUCURA) 10,956 V M3;R118 VRBAS 1 (KUCURA) - VRBAS 2 (CENTAR) 0,790 V M3 VRBAS 2 (CENTAR) - VRBAS 3 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) 1,823 V 0161 DA M3;R127 VRBAS 3 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) - VRBAS 4 1,300 V 0162 DA M3 VRBAS 4 - PETLJA SRBOBRAN 3,800 V M3 PETLJA SRBOBRAN - SRBOBRAN 1 (FEKETIĆ) 5,570 V M3 SRBOBRAN 1 (FEKETIĆ) - BEČEJ 1 (MILEŠEVO) 21,508 V M3;R122 BEČEJ 1 (MILEŠEVO) - BEČEJ 2 (BAČKO GRADIŠTE) 2,329 V M3 BEČEJ 2 (BAČKO GRADIŠTE) - NOVI BEČEJ 1 (KUMANE) 9,576 V M3 NOVI BEČEJ 1 (KUMANE) - NOVI BEČEJ 2 (BAŠAID) 3,385 V M3 NOVI BEČEJ 2 (BAŠAID) - KIKINDA 1 (BAŠAID) 33,108 V M3;M24 KIKINDA 1 (BAŠAID) - KIKINDA 2 (IĐOŠ) 1,752 V 0170 DA M3 KIKINDA 2 (IĐOŠ) - KIKINDA 3 (MOKRIN) 3,900 V M3;R123 KIKINDA 3 (MOKRIN) - KIKINDA 4 (RUSKO SELO) 1,687 V M3 KIKINDA 4 (RUSKO SELO) - granica SR/RUM (KALUÐEROVO) 8,201 V M4;M19 granica BIH/SR (KARAKAJ) - MALI ZVORNIK 0,200 S M4;M19 MALI ZVORNIK - RADALJ 2,096 S M4;M19 RADALJ - BANJA KOVILJAČA 12,073 S M4;M19 BANJA KOVILJAČA - LOZNICA 1 5,800 S M4;M14.1 LOZNICA 1 - LOZNICA 2 1,500 S M4 LOZNICA 2 - LOZNICA 3 0,568 S M4 LOZNICA 3 - LOZNICA 4 RAZK 1,400 S M4 LOZNICA 4 - LOZNICA 3 RAZK 1,400 S M4 LOZNICA 4 - LOZNICA 5 0,232 S M4 LOZNICA 5 - ŽERAVIJA (TRŠIĆ) 3,926 S M4 ŽERAVIJA (TRŠIĆ) - KRST 3,144 S M4 KRST - ZAVLAKA 1 (TEKERIŠ) 19,647 S M4;R127 ZAVLAKA 1 (TEKERIŠ) - ZAVLAKA 2 (LIKODRA) 0,619 S M4 ZAVLAKA 2 (LIKODRA) - OSEČINA 1 (JADAR) 13,601 S M4;R208 OSEČINA 1 (JADAR) - OSEČINA 2 (VAROŠ) 0,426 S M4 OSEČINA 2 (VAROŠ) - TUÐIN 2,822 S M4 TUÐIN - VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 1 10,146 S M4 VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 1 - PRIČEVIĆ 5,378 S

92 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M4 PRIČEVIĆ - VALJEVO 1 (DONJA BUKOVICA) 13,827 S M4 VALJEVO 1 (DONJA BUKOVICA) - VALJEVO 2 (JOVANJA) 0,204 S M4 VALJEVO 2 (JOVANJA) - VALJEVO 3 0,234 S M4 VALJEVO 3 - VALJEVO 4 RAZK 0,308 S M4 VALJEVO 4 - VALJEVO 3 RAZK 0,308 S / M4;M21 VALJEVO 4 - VALJEVO 5 (OBILAZNICA) RAZK 3,600 S / M4;M21 VALJEVO 5 (OBILAZNICA) - VALJEVO 4 RAZK 3,600 S M4 VALJEVO 5 (OBILAZNICA) - POPUČKE 1 RAZK 3,633 S M4 POPUČKE 1 - VALJEVO 5 (OBILAZNICA) RAZK 3,633 S M4 POPUČKE 1 - POPUČKE 2 0,167 S M4 POPUČKE 2 - DIVCI 5,142 S M4 DIVCI - SLOVAC 7,214 S M4 SLOVAC - LAJKOVAC 1 5,761 S M4 LAJKOVAC 1 - LAJKOVAC 2 1,617 S M4 LAJKOVAC 2 - ĆELIJE 2,824 S M4;M22 ĆELIJE - LAZAREVAC 1 (IBARSKA MAGISTRALA) 4,491 S M4 LAZAREVAC 1 (IBARSKA MAGISTRALA) - LAZAREVAC 2 (ČIBUTKOVICA) 2,700 S M4 LAZAREVAC 2 (ČIBUTKOVICA) - LAZAREVAC 3 (BARZILOVICA) 0,676 S M4;R203 LAZAREVAC 3 (BARZILOVICA) - LAZAREVAC 4 0,716 S M4 LAZAREVAC 4 - KRUŠEVICA 13,600 S M4 KRUŠEVICA - DAROSAVA 1 5,211 S M4;R203a DAROSAVA 1 - DAROSAVA 2 0,162 S M4 DAROSAVA 2 - ARANÐELOVAC 1 8,295 S M4;R202 ARANÐELOVAC 1 - ARANÐELOVAC 2 (BUKULJA) 0,520 S M4 ARANÐELOVAC 2 (BUKULJA) - ARANÐELOVAC 3 2,500 S M4;R202 ARANÐELOVAC 3 - ARANÐELOVAC 4 (ORAŠAC) 1,100 S M4 ARANÐELOVAC 4 (ORAŠAC) - KRČEVAC 8,959 S M4;M23 KRČEVAC - TOPOLA 1 4,640 S M4;M23 TOPOLA 1 - TOPOLA 2 1,010 S M4 TOPOLA 2 - NATALINCI 10,119 S M4 NATALINCI - ADROVCI 16,918 S M4;R109 ADROVCI - RAČA 1 1,030 S M4;R109 RAČA 1 - RAČA 2 0,290 S M4 RAČA 2 - MARKOVAC 2 9,590 S M4;R214 MARKOVAC 2 - MARKOVAC 3 0,327 S M4 MARKOVAC 3 - MARKOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 2,258 S M4 MARKOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - SVILAJNAC 1 (KUŠILJEVO) 6,501 S M4;R103;R108 SVILAJNAC 1 (KUŠILJEVO) - SVILAJNAC 2 (CRKVENAC) 1,400 S

93 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M4;R103 SVILAJNAC 2 (CRKVENAC) - MEDVEÐA 14,800 S M4;R103 MEDVEÐA - DESPOTOVAC 1 (VOJNIK) 10,000 S M4;R103;R216 DESPOTOVAC 1 (VOJNIK) - DESPOTOVAC 2 (MANASTIR MANASIJA) 0,793 S M4;R103;R216 DESPOTOVAC 2 (MANASTIR MANASIJA) - DVORIŠTE 7,000 S M4;R103 DVORIŠTE - RAVNA REKA 15,700 S M4;R255a RAVNA REKA - BREZOVICA 15,900 S M4;R255 BREZOVICA - BORSKO JEZERO 50,200 S M4;R105 BORSKO JEZERO - BRESTOVAČKA BANJA 5,100 S M4;R105 BRESTOVAČKA BANJA - BRESTOVAC 4,000 S M4 BRESTOVAC - BOR 1 3,900 S M4;R106 BOR 1 - BOR 2 2,100 S M4;R106;R106b BOR 2 - ZAGRAÐE 8,100 S M4;R106b ZAGRAÐE - RGOTINA 1 5,600 S 0242 NDG M5 granica BIH/SR (VARDIŠTE) - KREMNA 1 (TARA) 21,100 S M5;R112 KREMNA 1 (TARA) - KREMNA 2 1,864 S M5 KREMNA 2 - VOLUJAC 24,582 S M5 VOLUJAC - UŽICE 1 (GOSTINICA) 8,404 S M5 UŽICE 1 (GOSTINICA) - UŽICE 2 (TVRDIĆI) 0,685 S M5 UŽICE 2 (TVRDIĆI) - UŽICE 3 0,373 S M5;M21 UŽICE 3 - POŽEGA 21,739 S M5 POŽEGA - KRATOVSKA STENA 7,942 S M5 KRATOVSKA STENA - PAKOVRAČE (MARKOVICA) 18,506 S M5 PAKOVRAČE (MARKOVICA) - ČAČAK 1 (GUČA) 7,041 S M5 ČAČAK 1 (GUČA) - ČAČAK 2 (KULINOVCI) 1,836 S M5 ČAČAK 2 (KULINOVCI) - PRELJINA 5,611 S M5;M22 PRELJINA - MRČAJEVCI 12,229 S M5;M22 MRČAJEVCI - KRALJEVO 1 18,518 S M5 KRALJEVO 1 - KRALJEVO 2 1,700 S M5 KRALJEVO 2 - KRALJEVO 3 RAZK 1,200 S M5 KRALJEVO 3 - KRALJEVO 2 RAZK 1,200 S M5 KRALJEVO 3 - KRALJEVO 4 (ŽIČA) RAZK 1,010 S M5 KRALJEVO 4 (ŽIČA) - KRALJEVO 3 RAZK 1,010 S M5 KRALJEVO 4 (ŽIČA) - KRALJEVO 5 (BERANOVAC) 1,628 S M5 KRALJEVO 5 (BERANOVAC) - RATINA 4,000 S M5 RATINA - NOVO SELO 12,600 S M5;R224 NOVO SELO - VRNJCI 3,460 S M5 VRNJCI - TRSTENIK 9,024 S M5 TRSTENIK - STOPANJA 1 (DONJA OMASNICA) 11,240 S

94 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M5 STOPANJA 1 (DONJA OMASNICA) - KOŠEVI 8,400 S M5 KOŠEVI - JASIKA 1 4,900 S M5 JASIKA 1 - MAKREŠANE 6,700 S M5 MAKREŠANE - ĆIĆEVAC 11,800 S M5 ĆIĆEVAC - POJATE 2 3,649 S M5 POJATE 2 - POJATE 1 (AUTOPUT) 0,251 S M5 PARAĆIN 1 (AUTOPUT) - DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) 3,298 S M5 DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) - GRZA 10,432 S M5 GRZA - STRAŽA 10,350 S M5 STRAŽA - MIROVO 17,682 S M5 MIROVO - BOLJEVAC 1 5,430 S M5 BOLJEVAC 1 - VALAKONJE 7,023 S M5 VALAKONJE - SELIŠTE 11,395 S M5 SELIŠTE - METOVNICA 6,864 S M5;R105b METOVNICA - GAMZIGRAD 5,243 S M5;R105b GAMZIGRAD - ZVEZDAN 1,368 S M5 ZVEZDAN - LUBNICA 3,400 S M5 LUBNICA - ZAJEČAR 1 (ŠLJIVAR) 1,251 S M5;R248 ZAJEČAR 1 (ŠLJIVAR) - ZAJEČAR 2 0,207 S M5 ZAJEČAR 2 - ZAJEČAR 3 1,400 S M5 ZAJEČAR 3 - ZAJEČAR 4 0,610 S M5 ZAJEČAR 4 - ZAJEČAR 5 0,111 S M5 ZAJEČAR 5 - ZAJEČAR 3 0,544 S M5 ZAJEČAR 4 - ZAJEČAR 6 0,510 S M5 ZAJEČAR 6 - granica SR/BUG (VRŠKA ČUKA) 9,947 S M7 BAČKA PALANKA 1 (OBROVAC) - BAČKA PALANKA 2 6,000 V M7 BAČKA PALANKA 2 - BAČKA PALANKA 3 4,400 V M7 BAČKA PALANKA 3 - BAČKA PALANKA 4 RAZK 0,452 V M7 BAČKA PALANKA 4 - BAČKA PALANKA 3 RAZK 0,452 V M7 BAČKA PALANKA 4 - ČELAREVO 8,148 V M7 ČELAREVO - FUTOG 18,000 V M7 FUTOG - NOVI SAD 1 (RUMENKA) RAZK 9,000 V M7 NOVI SAD 1 (RUMENKA) - FUTOG RAZK 9,000 V M7 NOVI SAD 1 (RUMENKA) - NOVI SAD 2 RAZK 1,600 V M7 NOVI SAD 2 - NOVI SAD 1 (RUMENKA) RAZK 1,600 V / M7;M22.1 NOVI SAD 2 - NOVI SAD 3 RAZK 0,811 V / M7;M22.1 NOVI SAD 3 - NOVI SAD 2 RAZK 0,811 V M7 NOVI SAD 3 - NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) RAZK 4,227 V

95 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M7 NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 3 RAZK 4,227 V M7 NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 5 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) RAZK 0,539 V M7 NOVI SAD 5 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) RAZK 0,539 V M7 NOVI SAD 5 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) - KAĆ 3,261 V M7 KAĆ - ŽABALJ 1 13,320 V M7 ŽABALJ 1 - ZRENJANIN 1 (OBILAZNICA) 24,300 V M7 ZRENJANIN 1 (OBILAZNICA) - ZRENJANIN 2 RAZK 2,300 V M7 ZRENJANIN 2 - ZRENJANIN 1 (OBILAZNICA) RAZK 2,300 V M7;M24 ZRENJANIN 2 - ZRENJANIN 3 (EČKA) RAZK 1,700 V M7;M24 ZRENJANIN 3 (EČKA) - ZRENJANIN 2 RAZK 1,700 V M7 ZRENJANIN 3 (EČKA) - ZRENJANIN 4 RAZK 1,422 V M7 ZRENJANIN 4 - ZRENJANIN 3 (EČKA) RAZK 1,422 V M7 ZRENJANIN 4 - ZRENJANIN 5 (OBILAZNICA) 0,617 V M7 ZRENJANIN 5 (OBILAZNICA) - ZRENJANIN 6 (KANAL BEGEJ) RAZK 2,300 V M7 ZRENJANIN 6 (KANAL BEGEJ) - ZRENJANIN 5 (OBILAZNICA) RAZK 2,300 V M7 ZRENJANIN 6 (KANAL BEGEJ) - ŽITIŠTE 12,420 V M7 ŽITIŠTE - BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO 15,060 V M7 BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO - NOVA CRNJA 8,285 V M7 NOVA CRNJA - VOJVODA STEPA 4,405 V M7 VOJVODA STEPA - granica SR/RUM (SRPSKA CRNJA) 10,006 V M7.1 ZRENJANIN 5 (OBILAZNICA) - SUTJESKA 1 (NEUZINA) 22,234 V M7.1 SUTJESKA 1 (NEUZINA) - SECANJ 1 (JAŠA TOMIĆ) 6,291 V M7.1 SECANJ 1 (JAŠA TOMIĆ) - SECANJ 2 (NEUZINA) 1,364 V M7.1 SECANJ 2 (NEUZINA) - PLANDIŠTE 37,740 V M7.1 PLANDIŠTE - VRŠAC 1 21,358 V M7.1 ULJMA - STRAŽA 15,896 V M7.1 STRAŽA - BELA CRKVA 17,140 V M7.1 BELA CRKVA - granica SR/RUM (KALUÐEROVO) 11,445 V M8 granica CG/SR (JABUKA) - KOLOVRAT 18,517 S M8;M21 KOLOVRAT - PRIJEPOLJE 5,142 S M8;R118 PRIJEPOLJE - ALJINOVIĆI 31,200 S M8;R118;R231 ALJINOVIĆI - SJENICA 1 (SJENIČKO JEZERO) 14,551 S M8;R117;R118;R231 SJENICA 1 (SJENIČKO JEZERO) - SJENICA 2 (TRIJEBINE) 0,433 S 0338 DG M8;R118;R231 SJENICA 2 (TRIJEBINE) - SJENICA 3 (MEDARE) 0,657 S 0339 DG M8;R118 SJENICA 3 (MEDARE) - ŠTAVALJ 12,300 S M8;M21.1;R118 ŠTAVALJ - BRNJICA 4,691 S M8;R118 BRNJICA - SUŠICA 2,900 S M8;R118;R272 SUŠICA - DUGA POLJANA 3,180 S

96 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M8;R118 DUGA POLJANA - DOJEVIĆE 27,115 S M8;R118 DOJEVIĆE - NOVI PAZAR 1 (VRANOVINA) 6,464 S M8;R118;R234 NOVI PAZAR 1 (VRANOVINA) - NOVI PAZAR 2 1,261 S M9 granica APKM (MUTIVODE) - TULARE 8,321 S M9 TULARE - MAĆEDONCE 12,372 S M9 MAĆEDONCE - NEGOSAVLJE 7,745 S M9 NEGOSAVLJE - KRIVAČA 17,959 S 0350 DF M9 KRIVAČA - LEBANE 1 (ŠUMANE) 1,500 S 0351 DF M9;R223 LEBANE 1 (ŠUMANE) - LEBANE 2 1,200 S M9 LEBANE 2 - LESKOVAC 1 (GORNJA STOPANJA) 18,981 S 0353 DF M9 LESKOVAC 1 (GORNJA STOPANJA) - LESKOVAC 2 (BOLNICA) 0,336 S 0354 DF013/DF M9 LESKOVAC 2 (BOLNICA) - LESKOVAC 3 RAZK 0,336 S 0355 DF013/DF M9 LESKOVAC 3 - LESKOVAC 2 (BOLNICA) RAZK 0,336 S 0356 DF M9;R214 LESKOVAC 3 - LESKOVAC 4 0,374 S 0357 DF M9;R124;R214 LESKOVAC 4 - LESKOVAC 5 (BRATMILOVCI) RAZK 0,652 S 0358 DF M9;R124;R214 LESKOVAC 5 (BRATMILOVCI) - LESKOVAC 4 RAZK 0,652 S M9;R214 LESKOVAC 5 (BRATMILOVCI) - LESKOVAC 6 (MALA KOPAŠNICA) 3,019 S 0360 DF M9;R214 LESKOVAC 6 (MALA KOPAŠNICA) - LESKOVAC 7 (GRDELICA) 0,055 S M9 LESKOVAC 7 (GRDELICA) - NOMANICA 5,200 S M9 NOMANICA - VLASOTINCE 6,600 S M9 VLASOTINCE - SVOÐE 15,898 S M9 SVOÐE - BONJINCE 4,164 S M9 BONJINCE - BABUŠNICA 17,266 S M9;R244 BABUŠNICA - DONJI STRIŽEVAC 4,424 S M9 DONJI STRIŽEVAC - SADIKOV BUNAR 15,459 S M9 SADIKOV BUNAR - PIROT 4,319 S M14.1 granica BIH/SR (ŠEPAK) - LOZNICA 6 0,200 S M14.1;M19 LOZNICA 6 - LOZNICA 1 0,499 S M17.1 granica HR/SR (BATINA) - BEZDAN 8,315 V M17.1;M18 BEZDAN - SOMBOR 1 (OBILAZNICA) 14,000 V M17.1 SOMBOR 1 (OBILAZNICA) - SOMBOR 2 (OBILAZNICA) 3,800 V M17.1 SOMBOR 2 (OBILAZNICA) - SVETOZAR MILETIĆ 9,100 V M17.1 SVETOZAR MILETIĆ - BAJMOK 21,665 V M17.1 BAJMOK - SUBOTICA 1 (OBILAZNICA) 19,300 V M17.1 SUBOTICA 1 (OBILAZNICA) - SUBOTICA 2 4,000 V M17.1;R117 SUBOTICA 2 - granica SR/MAÐ (KELEBIJA) 11,110 V M18 granica MAÐ/SR (BAČKI BREG) - BEZDAN 10,250 V M18 SOMBOR 1 (OBILAZNICA) - SOMBOR 3 (APATIN) 3,000 V

97 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M18;R101 SOMBOR 3 (APATIN) - SOMBOR 4 (STAPAR) 1,766 V M18;R101 SOMBOR 4 (STAPAR) - SOMBOR 5 (KLJAJIĆEVO) RAZK 0,829 V M18;R101 SOMBOR 5 (KLJAJIĆEVO) - SOMBOR 4 (STAPAR) RAZK 0,829 V M18 SOMBOR 5 (KLJAJIĆEVO) - SOMBOR 6 RAZK 0,564 V M18 SOMBOR 6 - SOMBOR 5 (KLJAJIĆEVO) RAZK 0,564 V M18 SOMBOR 6 - SRPSKI MILETIĆ 24,300 V M18 ODŽACI 1 (DERONJE) - BAČ 13,592 V M18 BAČ - BAČKA PALANKA 1 (OBROVAC) 16,200 V M18 BAČKA PALANKA 1 (OBROVAC) - BAČKA PALANKA 5 6,400 V M18;R119 BAČKA PALANKA 5 - BAČKA PALANKA 6 0,285 V M18 BAČKA PALANKA 6 - granica SR/HR (BAČKA PALANKA) 2,153 V M18;R106 granica HR/SR (LJUBA) - ERDEVIK 9,500 V M18 ERDEVIK - SELIŠTE (KUKUJEVCI) 7,284 V M18 SELIŠTE (KUKUJEVCI) - KUZMIN 3,055 V M18 KUZMIN - granica SR/BIH (SREMSKA RAČA) 17,814 V M18.1 granica HR/SR (SOT) - ŠID 12,205 V M18.1 ŠID - ADAŠEVCI 8,992 V 0398 DB M19;M22 BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) - BEOGRAD 10 (ČUKARICA) RAZK 4,100 S 0399 DB M19;M22 BEOGRAD 10 (ČUKARICA) - BEOGRAD 3 (MOSTAR) RAZK 4,100 S 0400 DB M19 BEOGRAD 10 (ČUKARICA) - ŽELEZNIK 1 RAZK 5,200 S 0401 DB M19 ŽELEZNIK 1 - BEOGRAD 10 (ČUKARICA) RAZK 5,200 S 0402 DB M19 ŽELEZNIK 1 - OSTRUŽNICA RAZK 2,500 S 0403 DB M19 OSTRUŽNICA - ŽELEZNIK 1 RAZK 2,500 S 0404 DB M19 OSTRUŽNICA - UMKA 7,200 S M19 UMKA - BARIČ 7,978 S 0406 DB M19 BARIČ - OBRENOVAC 1 2,100 S 0407 DB M19;R101 OBRENOVAC 1 - OBRENOVAC 2 (RVATI) 0,994 S M19 OBRENOVAC 2 (RVATI) - DEBRC 28,521 S M19 DEBRC - ZVEZD 1 (VLADIMIRCI) 5,024 S M19;R207 ZVEZD 1 (VLADIMIRCI) - ZVEZD 2 (PROVO) 1,073 S M19 ZVEZD 2 (PROVO) - MIŠAR 11,600 S M19 MIŠAR - ŠABAC 1 (JELENČA) RAZK 1,900 S M19 ŠABAC 1 (JELENČA) - MIŠAR RAZK 1,900 S M19;M21 ŠABAC 1 (JELENČA) - ŠABAC 2 (DUMAČA) RAZK 0,794 S M19;M21 ŠABAC 2 (DUMAČA) - ŠABAC 1 (JELENČA) RAZK 0,794 S M19 ŠABAC 2 (DUMAČA) - ŠABAC 3 (GORNJA VRANJSKA) 1,359 S M19 ŠABAC 3 (GORNJA VRANJSKA) - ŠABAC 4 (JEVREMOVAC) 2,492 S M19 ŠABAC 4 (JEVREMOVAC) - MAJUR 6,040 S

98 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M19 MAJUR - SLEPČEVIĆ 7,900 S M19 SLEPČEVIĆ - PETLOVAČA 6,900 S M19 PETLOVAČA - PRNJAVOR 7,419 S M19 PRNJAVOR - LIPNIČKI ŠOR 18,118 S M19 LIPNIČKI ŠOR - LOZNICA 6 7,976 S M19.1 MALI ZVORNIK - GRACANICA 37,758 S 0425 DC M19.1 GRACANICA - LJUBOVIJA 1 (BRATUNAC) 3,900 S 0426 DC M19.1 LJUBOVIJA 1 (BRATUNAC) - LJUBOVIJA 2 3,200 S M19.1 LJUBOVIJA 2 - ROGAČICA 1 35,726 S M19.1;R111 ROGAČICA 1 - ROGAČICA 2 0,096 S M19.1 ROGAČICA 2 - BAJINA BAŠTA 1 (PERUĆAC) 11,485 S 0430 DG M19.1;R112 BAJINA BAŠTA 1 (PERUĆAC) - BAJINA BAŠTA 2 0,239 S 0431 DG M19.1 BAJINA BAŠTA 2 - DUB 12,800 S M19.1 DUB - VOLUJAC 17,107 S 0433 DB M21 PETROVARADIN 1 - PETROVARADIN 2 2,064 V M21 PETROVARADIN 2 - PETROVARADIN 3 RAZK 0,836 V M21 PETROVARADIN 3 - PETROVARADIN 2 RAZK 0,836 V M21 PETROVARADIN 3 - PARAGOVO 6,500 V 0437 DB001/DB M21 PARAGOVO - IRIŠKI VENAC RAZK 6,500 V 0438 DB001/DB M21 IRIŠKI VENAC - PARAGOVO RAZK 6,500 V 0439 DB M21 IRIŠKI VENAC - IRIG 1 (KRUŠEDOL) 7,000 V M21;R130 IRIG 1 (KRUŠEDOL) - IRIG 2 (VRDNIK) 0,962 V 0441 DB M21 IRIG 2 (VRDNIK) - RUMA 1 (PUTINCI) 9,400 V M21;R106 RUMA 1 (PUTINCI) - RUMA 2 (KRALJEVCI) 0,763 V 0443 DB M21;R103;R106 RUMA 2 (KRALJEVCI) - RUMA 3 (PETLJA) 1,600 V 0444 DB M21 RUMA 3 (PETLJA) - RUMA (AUTOPUT) 4,000 V M21 RUMA (AUTOPUT) - JARAK 6,607 V M21 JARAK - granica APV (ŠABAC) 20,844 V 0447 DC M21 granica APV (ŠABAC) - ŠABAC 5 (PETLJA) 0,625 S 0448 DC M21;R208 ŠABAC 5 (PETLJA) - ŠABAC 6 0,376 S M21 ŠABAC 6 - ŠABAC 2 (DUMAČA) RAZK 1,963 S M21 ŠABAC 2 (DUMAČA) - ŠABAC 6 RAZK 1,963 S M21 ŠABAC 1 (JELENČA) - LOJANICE 12,423 S M21;R210 LOJANICE - MATIJEVAC 3,125 S M21 MATIJEVAC - DRAGINJE 1 (VLADIMIRCI) 7,115 S M21;R207 DRAGINJE 1 (VLADIMIRCI) - DRAGINJE 2 (KAMENICA) 0,532 S M21 DRAGINJE 2 (KAMENICA) - KOCELJEVA 1 (KAMENICA) 8,201 S M21;R206 KOCELJEVA 1 (KAMENICA) - KOCELJEVA 2 (NOVACI) 2,600 S

99 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M21 KOCELJEVA 2 (NOVACI) - DRUŽETIĆ 5,452 S M21 DRUŽETIĆ - GOLA GLAVA 1,955 S M21 GOLA GLAVA - SLATINA 4,724 S M21 SLATINA - VALJEVO 4 15,628 S M21 VALJEVO 5 (OBILAZNICA) - VALJEVO 7 (OBILAZNICA) 1,500 S M21 VALJEVO 7 (OBILAZNICA) - KAONA 26,900 S M21 KAONA - KOSJERIĆ 1 (SELO) 15,900 S M21;R263 KOSJERIĆ 1 (SELO) - KOSJERIĆ 2 1,000 S M21 KOSJERIĆ 2 - ČESTOBRODICA 13,886 S M21 ČESTOBRODICA - POŽEGA 10,206 S M21 UŽICE 3 - BELA ZEMLJA 8,535 S M21 BELA ZEMLJA - KNEŽEVIĆI 6,496 S M21 KNEŽEVIĆI - ZLATIBOR 8,053 S M21 ZLATIBOR - RZAV 3,739 S M21 RZAV - KOKIN BROD 1 (PRIBOJSKA BANJA) 29,670 S M21;R228 KOKIN BROD 1 (PRIBOJSKA BANJA) - KOKIN BROD 2 (ZLATARSKO JEZERO) 0,803 S M21 KOKIN BROD 2 (ZLATARSKO JEZERO) - NOVA VAROŠ 8,335 S M21 NOVA VAROŠ - BISTRICA 15,357 S M21 BISTRICA - PRIJEPOLJE 9,804 S M21 KOLOVRAT - MIJOSKA 0,694 S M21 MIJOSKA - granica SR/CG (GOSTUN) 30,207 S M21.1 POŽEGA - ARILJE 12,644 S M21.1 ARILJE - PRILIKE 19,218 S M21.1 PRILIKE - IVANJICA 9,015 S M21.1 IVANJICA - LUČKA REKA 2,710 S M21.1 LUČKA REKA - BUK 1,381 S M21.1 BUK - KUMANICA 9,581 S M21.1 KUMANICA - GLEĐICA 4,800 S M21.1 GLEĐICA - BRNJICA 0,000 S M21.1 ŠTAVALJ - DUGA POLJANA 0,000 S M21.1;R272 DUGA POLJANA - KARAJUKIĆA BUNARI 22,600 S M21.1;R272 KARAJUKIĆA BUNARI - UGAO 2,600 S M21.1;R272 UGAO - granica SR/CG (BOLJARE) 4,500 S 0490 DA M22 granica MAĐ/SR 1 (HORGOŠ) - HORGOŠ 1 (PETLJA) 4,300 V M22 HORGOŠ 1 (PETLJA) - PETLJA SEVER 12,600 V M22 PETLJA SEVER - PETLJA ISTOK 6,293 V M22 PETLJA ISTOK - BIKOVO 3,400 V M22 BIKOVO - ČANTAVIR 11,200 V

100 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M22 ČANTAVIR - BAČKA TOPOLA 1 (PETLJA) 12,403 V 0496 DA M22 BAČKA TOPOLA 1 (PETLJA) - FEKETIĆ 1 (PETLJA) 4,236 V M22 FEKETIĆ 1 (PETLJA) - PETLJA SRBOBRAN 10,094 V M22 PETLJA SRBOBRAN - ZMAJEVO 1 (PETLJA) 12,735 V M22 ZMAJEVO 1 (PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 6 (TEMERINSKA PETLJA) 18,434 V M22 NOVI SAD 6 (TEMERINSKA PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) 2,486 V M22 NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 7 (MRTVAJA) 2,500 V M22 NOVI SAD 7 (MRTVAJA) - KOVILJ RAZK 13,200 V M22 KOVILJ - NOVI SAD 7 (MRTVAJA) RAZK 13,200 V M22 KOVILJ - MARADIK 1 (PETLJA) RAZK 16,848 V M22 MARADIK 1 (PETLJA) - KOVILJ RAZK 16,848 V M22 MARADIK 1 (PETLJA) - NOVI KARLOVCI 1 (PETLJA) RAZK 4,450 V M22 NOVI KARLOVCI 1 (PETLJA) - MARADIK 1 (PETLJA) RAZK 4,450 V M22 NOVI KARLOVCI 1 (PETLJA) - STARA PAZOVA 1 RAZK 10,847 V M22 STARA PAZOVA 1 - NOVI KARLOVCI 1 (PETLJA) RAZK 10,847 V / M22 STARA PAZOVA 1 - NOVI BANOVCI RAZK 7,100 V / M22 NOVI BANOVCI - STARA PAZOVA 1 RAZK 7,100 V M22 NOVI BANOVCI - BATAJNICA 1 RAZK 5,546 S M22 BATAJNICA 1 - NOVI BANOVCI RAZK 5,546 S M22 BATAJNICA 1 - BATAJNICA 2 (PETLJA) 0,654 S / M22 BATAJNICA 2 (PETLJA) - BATAJNICA 3 0,734 S M22 BATAJNICA 3 - BEOGRAD 1 (ZMAJ) RAZK 9,266 S M22 BEOGRAD 1 (ZMAJ) - BATAJNICA 3 RAZK 9,266 S 0518 DB M22 BEOGRAD 10 (ČUKARICA) - JULINO BRDO RAZK 1,700 S 0519 DB M22 JULINO BRDO - BEOGRAD 10 (ČUKARICA) RAZK 1,700 S M22 JULINO BRDO - ŽARKOVO RAZK 1,300 S M22 ŽARKOVO - JULINO BRDO RAZK 1,300 S M22 ŽARKOVO - KRUŽNI PUT 1 (KNEŽEVAC) 4,100 S M22 KRUŽNI PUT 1 (KNEŽEVAC) - RUŠANJ 8,576 S M22;R204 RUŠANJ - LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 1 (SREMČICA) 1,059 S M22 LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 1 (SREMČICA) - LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 2 (BARAJEVO) 0,656 S M22;R107 LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 2 (BARAJEVO) - VELIKA MOŠTANICA 2,722 S M22 VELIKA MOŠTANICA - MELJAK 1 (BARAJEVO) 3,069 S M22;R201a MELJAK 1 (BARAJEVO) - MELJAK 2 (VRANIĆ) 0,560 S M22 MELJAK 2 (VRANIĆ) - STEPOJEVAC 1 (DRAŽEVAC) 12,717 S M22;R201 STEPOJEVAC 1 (DRAŽEVAC) - STEPOJEVAC 2 (VELIKI CRLJENI) 0,972 S M22 STEPOJEVAC 2 (VELIKI CRLJENI) - LAZAREVAC 1 (IBARSKA MAGISTRALA) 13,791 S M22 ĆELIJE - ŽUPANJAC 4,137 S

101 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M22 ŽUPANJAC - DUDOVICA 6,355 S M22 DUDOVICA - POLJANICA 8,803 S M22;R202 POLJANICA - LJIG 1 1,574 S M22;R271 LJIG 1 - KADINA LUKA 1 3,052 S M22;R271 KADINA LUKA 1 - DIĆI 5,622 S M22;R271 DIĆI - UGRINOVCI 9,647 S M22 UGRINOVCI - BUĆIN GROB 10,785 S M22 BUĆIN GROB - NEVADE 9,574 S M22;R212 NEVADE - GORNJI MILANOVAC 2,652 S M22 GORNJI MILANOVAC - PRELJINA 15,227 S M22 KRALJEVO 1 - KRALJEVO 6 (ČIBUKOVAC) 1,429 S M22 KRALJEVO 6 (ČIBUKOVAC) - KRALJEVO 7 (DRAKČIĆI) RAZK 0,200 S M22 KRALJEVO 7 (DRAKČIĆI) - KRALJEVO 6 (ČIBUKOVAC) RAZK 0,200 S M22 KRALJEVO 7 (DRAKČIĆI) - MATARUŠKA BANJA 6,753 S M22 MATARUŠKA BANJA - UŠĆE 39,092 S M22 UŠĆE - BARE 5,236 S M22 BARE - BILJANOVAC 9,593 S M22 BILJANOVAC - BRVENIK 8,243 S M22 BRVENIK - RAŠKA 1 (TRNAVA) 9,177 S M22 RAŠKA 1 (TRNAVA) - RAŠKA 2 0,552 S M22 RAŠKA 2 - NOVI PAZAR 3 (BANJA) 17,419 S M22 NOVI PAZAR 3 (BANJA) - NOVI PAZAR 2 0,332 S M22;R234 NOVI PAZAR 2 - NOVI PAZAR 4 (OSOJE) 3,451 S M22 NOVI PAZAR 4 (OSOJE) - RIBARIĆI 24,340 S M22.1 granica MAĐ/SR 2 (HORGOŠ) - HORGOŠ 2 (KANJIŽA) 1,700 V M22.1 HORGOŠ 2 (KANJIŽA) - HORGOŠ 3 (MALE PIJACE) 3,000 V 0559 DA M22.1 HORGOŠ 3 (MALE PIJACE) - PETLJA SEVER 14,100 V M22.1 PETLJA SEVER - PALIĆ 3,400 V M22.1 PALIĆ - SUBOTICA 3 (CENTAR) RAZK 6,400 V M22.1 SUBOTICA 3 (CENTAR) - PALIĆ RAZK 6,400 V M22.1;M24 SUBOTICA 3 (CENTAR) - SUBOTICA 4 (KELEBIJA) RAZK 0,931 V M22.1;M24 SUBOTICA 4 (KELEBIJA) - SUBOTICA 3 (CENTAR) RAZK 0,931 V M22.1 SUBOTICA 4 (KELEBIJA) - SUBOTICA 5 RAZK 4,100 V M22.1 SUBOTICA 5 - SUBOTICA 4 (KELEBIJA) RAZK 4,100 V M22.1 SUBOTICA 5 - SUBOTICA 6 (OBILAZNICA) 2,900 V M22.1 SUBOTICA 6 (OBILAZNICA) - STARI ŽEDNIK 10,400 V M22.1 STARI ŽEDNIK - BAČKA TOPOLA 2 15,550 V M22.1 BAČKA TOPOLA 2 - FEKETIĆ 2 (VRBAS) 18,806 V

102 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M22.1 FEKETIĆ 2 (VRBAS) - FEKETIĆ 1 (PETLJA) 2,097 V M22.1 FEKETIĆ 1 (PETLJA) - SRBOBRAN 1 (FEKETIĆ) 12,155 V M22.1 SRBOBRAN 1 (FEKETIĆ) - SRBOBRAN 2 (TURIJA) 0,777 V M22.1 SRBOBRAN 2 (TURIJA) - SIRIG 1 (ZMAJEVO) 12,465 V M22.1;R104 SIRIG 1 (ZMAJEVO) - SIRIG 2 (TEMERIN) 0,067 V M22.1 SIRIG 2 (TEMERIN) - NOVI SAD 8 14,479 V M22.1 NOVI SAD 8 - NOVI SAD 2 RAZK 4,554 V M22.1 NOVI SAD 2 - NOVI SAD 8 RAZK 4,554 V M22.1 NOVI SAD 3 - NOVI SAD 9 RAZK 0,220 V M22.1 NOVI SAD 9 - NOVI SAD 3 RAZK 0,220 V M22.1 NOVI SAD 9 - PETROVARADIN 4 (SREMSKA KAMENICA) 2,080 V M22.1 PETROVARADIN 4 (SREMSKA KAMENICA) - PETROVARADIN 5 1,700 V M22.1 PETROVARADIN 5 - PETROVARADIN 1 RAZK 0,800 V M22.1 PETROVARADIN 1 - PETROVARADIN 5 RAZK 0,800 V M22.1 PETROVARADIN 1 - PETROVARADIN 6 RAZK 0,186 V M22.1 PETROVARADIN 6 - PETROVARADIN 1 RAZK 0,186 V M22.1 PETROVARADIN 6 - MARADIK 2 (KRUŠEDOL) 19,914 V M22.1 MARADIK 2 (KRUŠEDOL) - MARADIK 3 2,315 V M22.1 MARADIK 3 - INĐIJA 1 (NOVI KARLOVCI) 5,583 V M22.1;R109 INĐIJA 1 (NOVI KARLOVCI) - INĐIJA 2 (PUTINCI) 0,420 V M22.1 INĐIJA 2 (PUTINCI) - STARA PAZOVA 2 (CENTAR) 9,594 V M22.1 STARA PAZOVA 2 (CENTAR) - granica APV (NOVA PAZOVA) 9,637 V M22.1 granica APV (NOVA PAZOVA) - BATAJNICA 4 3,171 S M22.1 BATAJNICA 4 - BATAJNICA 2 (PETLJA) 2,310 S M22.1 BATAJNICA 2 (PETLJA) - ZEMUN 1 (NOVA GALENIKA) 7,400 S M22.1 ZEMUN 1 (NOVA GALENIKA) - ZEMUN 2 RAZK 2,400 S M22.1 ZEMUN 2 - ZEMUN 1 (NOVA GALENIKA) RAZK 2,400 S M22.1 ZEMUN 2 - ZEMUN 3 0,525 S M22.1 ZEMUN 3 - ZEMUN 4 RAZK 0,203 S M22.1 ZEMUN 4 - ZEMUN 3 RAZK 0,203 S M22.1 ZEMUN 4 - ZEMUN 5 0,280 S M22.1 ZEMUN 5 - ZEMUN 6 (KARAĐORĐEV TRG) RAZK 0,760 S M22.1 ZEMUN 6 (KARAĐORĐEV TRG) - ZEMUN 5 RAZK 0,760 S M22.2 MARADIK 3 - MARADIK 1 (PETLJA) 6,697 V M22.3 RAŠKA 2 - RUDNICA 8,991 S M22.3 RUDNICA - granica APKM (JARINJE) 2,500 S M23 MALI POŽAREVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - MALI POŽAREVAC 2 0,674 S M23 MALI POŽAREVAC 2 - VLAŠKO POLJE 7,755 S

103 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M23 VLAŠKO POLJE - MLADENOVAC 1 (SELO) 6,000 S M23;R202 MLADENOVAC 1 (SELO) - MLADENOVAC 2 2,087 S M23;R202 MLADENOVAC 2 - MEĐULUŽJE 5,109 S M23 MEĐULUŽJE - KRČEVAC 12,348 S M23 TOPOLA 2 - GORNJA TRNAVA 11,354 S M23;R215 GORNJA TRNAVA - VLAKČA 3,195 S M23 VLAKČA - CEROVAC 12,351 S M23 CEROVAC - KRAGUJEVAC 5 6,800 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 5 - KRAGUJEVAC 6 RAZK 0,654 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 6 - KRAGUJEVAC 5 RAZK 0,654 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 6 - KRAGUJEVAC 7 RAZK 1,829 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 7 - KRAGUJEVAC 6 RAZK 1,829 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 7 - KRAGUJEVAC 8 (DIVOSTIN) RAZK 0,517 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 8 (DIVOSTIN) - KRAGUJEVAC 7 RAZK 0,517 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 8 (DIVOSTIN) - KRAGUJEVAC 4 RAZK 2,763 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 4 - KRAGUJEVAC 8 (DIVOSTIN) RAZK 2,763 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 4 - KRAGUJEVAC 9 RAZK 2,600 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 9 - KRAGUJEVAC 4 RAZK 2,600 S M23 KRAGUJEVAC 9 - RAVNI GAJ 10,400 S M23 RAVNI GAJ - KNIĆ 5,129 S M23 KNIĆ - MRČAJEVCI 17,411 S M23.1 RAVNI GAJ - VITANOVAC 25,847 S M23.1 VITANOVAC - KRALJEVO 8 6,400 S M23.1 KRALJEVO 8 - KRALJEVO 9 1,700 S M23.1 KRALJEVO 9 - KRALJEVO 3 RAZK 2,200 S M23.1 KRALJEVO 3 - KRALJEVO 9 RAZK 2,200 S M24 SUBOTICA 2 - SUBOTICA 4 (KELEBIJA) 0,333 V M24 SUBOTICA 3 (CENTAR) - SUBOTICA 7 RAZK 1,900 V M24 SUBOTICA 7 - SUBOTICA 3 (CENTAR) RAZK 1,900 V M24 SUBOTICA 7 - PETLJA ISTOK 7,000 V M24 PETLJA ISTOK - VELEBIT 15,800 V M24 VELEBIT - GORNJI BREG 1 (KANJIŽA) 9,000 V M24;R119 GORNJI BREG 1 (KANJIŽA) - GORNJI BREG 2 (NOVO ORAHOVO) 1,300 V M24 GORNJI BREG 2 (NOVO ORAHOVO) - SENTA 4,668 V M24 SENTA - ČOKA 1 5,491 V 0644 DA M24 ČOKA 1 - KIKINDA 2 (IĐOŠ) 21,330 V M24 KIKINDA 1 (BAŠAID) - BAŠAID 1 19,574 V M24 BAŠAID 1 - MELENCI 15,996 V

104 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M24 MELENCI - ZRENJANIN 7 (ARADAC) 13,500 V M24 ZRENJANIN 7 (ARADAC) - ZRENJANIN 2 2,200 V M24 ZRENJANIN 3 (EČKA) - ZRENJANIN 8 (ARADAC) RAZK 0,100 V M24 ZRENJANIN 8 (ARADAC) - ZRENJANIN 3 (EČKA) RAZK 0,100 V M24 ZRENJANIN 8 (ARADAC) - EČKA 8,700 V M24 EČKA - KOVAČICA 34,030 V M24 KOVAČICA - JABUČKI RIT 25,520 V M24 JABUČKI RIT - PANČEVO 3 4,900 V M24 PANČEVO 3 - PANCEVO 2 RAZK 2,382 V M24 PANCEVO 2 - PANČEVO 3 RAZK 2,382 V M24 PANCEVO 1 - KOVIN 1 28,672 V M24 KOVIN 1 - granica APV (SMEDEREVSKA ADA) 7,678 V M24 granica APV (SMEDEREVSKA ADA) - SMEDEREVO 4 (RADINAC) 7,587 S M24 SMEDEREVO 4 (RADINAC) - RALJA 6 2,492 S M24 RALJA 6 - RALJA 7 2,647 S M24 RALJA 7 - RALJA 8 0,726 S M24;R109b RALJA 8 - RALJA 9 0,886 S M24 RALJA 9 - MALA KRSNA 1,400 S M24 MALA KRSNA - POŽAREVAC 1 (OBILAZNICA) 11,000 S M24 POŽAREVAC 1 (OBILAZNICA) - POŽAREVAC 2 1,500 S M24 POŽAREVAC 2 - POŽAREVAC 3 2,200 S M24 POŽAREVAC 3 - POŽAREVAC 4 2,854 S M24 POŽAREVAC 4 - SALAKOVAC 5,900 S M24 SALAKOVAC - ZABREGA (BOŽEVAC) 14,263 S M24 ZABREGA (BOŽEVAC) - LJEŠNICA 15,800 S M24 LJEŠNICA - TURIJA 6,078 S M24 TURIJA - KUČEVO 8,165 S M24 KUČEVO - DEBELI LUG 41,054 S M24;R104 DEBELI LUG - MAJDANPEK 8,668 S M24 MAJDANPEK - MILOŠEVA KULA 25,274 S M24;R106 MILOŠEVA KULA - KLOKOČEVAC 7,296 S M24 KLOKOČEVAC - PLAVNA 11,139 S M24 PLAVNA - ŠTUBIK 7,926 S M24 ŠTUBIK - BUKOVO 1 13,972 S M24;N1 BUKOVO 1 - BUKOVO 2 0,980 S M24;N1 BUKOVO 2 - NEGOTIN 1 4,100 S M24;N1 NEGOTIN 1 - NEGOTIN 2 0,623 S 0684 DD M24;R278;N1 NEGOTIN 2 - NEGOTIN 3 0,550 S

105 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K 0685 DD M24;R278 NEGOTIN 3 - NEGOTIN 4 0,185 S 0686 DD M24 NEGOTIN 4 - BREGOVO 11,300 S M24 BREGOVO - granica SR/BUG (BREGOVO) 1,995 S M24.1 EČKA - PERLEZ 1 (TITEL) 12,314 V M24.1;R110 PERLEZ 1 (TITEL) - PERLEZ 2 (FARKAŽDIN) 2,514 V M24.1 PERLEZ 2 (FARKAŽDIN) - ČENTA 9,691 V M24.1 ČENTA - granica APV (ČENTA) 2,904 V M24.1;R264 granica APV (ČENTA) - BORČA 25,900 S M24.1;R264 BORČA - BEOGRAD 9 (KRNJAČA) RAZK 5,100 S M24.1;R264 BEOGRAD 9 (KRNJAČA) - BORČA RAZK 5,100 S 0695 DD M25 BRANA "HE ÐERDAP I" - KLADOVO 9,862 S 0696 DD M25;R250 KLADOVO - MILUTINOVAC 10,504 S M25 MILUTINOVAC - BRZA PALANKA 12,784 S M25 BRZA PALANKA - SLATINSKA REKA (SLATINA) 6,542 S 0699 DD M25 SLATINSKA REKA (SLATINA) - DUŠANOVAC 16,400 S M25 DUŠANOVAC - NEGOTIN 5 7,800 S M25 NEGOTIN 5 - BUKOVO 2 3,400 S M25 BUKOVO 2 - KARBULOVO 4,600 S M25;N1 KARBULOVO - TRNJANE 4,700 S 0704 DD M25 TRNJANE - SALAŠ 1 10,600 S M25 SALAŠ 1 - JASIKOVA 1 3,823 S M25 JASIKOVA 1 - RGOTINA 2 15,705 S M25 RGOTINA 2 - VRAŽOGRNAC 1 3,766 S M25 VRAŽOGRNAC 1 - VRAŽOGRNAC 2 0,608 S M25 VRAŽOGRNAC 2 - ZAJEČAR 7 (ZVEZDAN) 2,600 S M25 ZAJEČAR 7 (ZVEZDAN) - ZAJEČAR 8 (VELIKI IZVOR) 1,100 S M25 ZAJEČAR 8 (VELIKI IZVOR) - ZAJEČAR 6 2,100 S M25 ZAJEČAR 6 - VRATARNICA 12,448 S M25 VRATARNICA - MINIĆEVO 1 (VITKOVAC) 13,146 S M25;R247a MINIĆEVO 1 (VITKOVAC) - MINIĆEVO 2 (DEBELICA) 1,428 S M25 MINIĆEVO 2 (DEBELICA) - KNJAŽEVAC 1 (TRGOVIŠTE) 11,181 S M25;R121 KNJAŽEVAC 1 (TRGOVIŠTE) - KNJAŽEVAC 2 0,936 S M25 KNJAŽEVAC 2 - SVRLJIG 28,192 S M25 SVRLJIG - MALČA 14,456 S M25 MALČA - NIŠ 5 (MALČA) 6,768 S M25 NIŠ 3 (BATUŠINAC) - MEROŠINA 1 (ALEKSANDROVO) 5,996 S M25 MEROŠINA 1 (ALEKSANDROVO) - MEROŠINA 2 (ROZINA) 1,633 S M25 MEROŠINA 2 (ROZINA) - PROKUPLJE 1 (ORLJANE) 11,840 S

106 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M25;R221 PROKUPLJE 1 (ORLJANE) - PROKUPLJE 2 (STRAŽAVA) 1,055 S M25 PROKUPLJE 2 (STRAŽAVA) - PROKUPLJE 3 0,764 S 0725 DF M25;R223 PROKUPLJE 3 - PROKUPLJE 4 (BELA VODA) 0,956 S M25;R223 PROKUPLJE 4 (BELA VODA) - POTOČIĆ 1 (DONJA TOPONICA) 8,287 S M25;R223 POTOČIĆ 1 (DONJA TOPONICA) - POTOČIĆ 2 (MALA PLANA) 0,136 S M25 POTOČIĆ 2 (MALA PLANA) - BELOLJIN 6,927 S M25 BELOLJIN - KURŠUMLIJA 1 14,920 S M25;R222 KURŠUMLIJA 1 - RUDARE 9,262 S M25 RUDARE - granica APKM (MERDARE) 18,913 S M25.1 BRANA "HE ÐERDAP I" - POREČKI MOST 1 (BRZA PALANKA) 47,013 S M25.1;R104 POREČKI MOST 1 (BRZA PALANKA) - POREČKI MOST 2 (MOSNA) 1,723 S M25.1;R104 POREČKI MOST 2 (MOSNA) - STARA RESKOVICA 9,129 S M25.1 STARA RESKOVICA - GOLUBAC 51,580 S M25.1 GOLUBAC - BRANIČEVO 1 (DONJA KRUŠEVICA) 9,076 S M25.1 BRANIČEVO 1 (DONJA KRUŠEVICA) - BRANIČEVO 2 (TRIBRODE) 2,606 S M25.1;R108 BRANIČEVO 2 (TRIBRODE) - TOPOLOVNIK 13,043 S M25.1 TOPOLOVNIK - BERANJE 12,492 S M25.1 BERANJE - BRATINAC 1 (NABRĐE) 6,405 S M25.1;R105 BRATINAC 1 (NABRĐE) - BRATINAC 2 (BABUŠINAC) 0,217 S M25.1 BRATINAC 2 (BABUŠINAC) - POŽAREVAC 5 2,700 S M25.1 POŽAREVAC 5 - POŽAREVAC 6 2,300 S M25.1 POŽAREVAC 6 - POŽAREVAC 7 2,700 S M25.1 POŽAREVAC 7 - POŽAREVAC 1 (OBILAZNICA) 5,100 S M25.2;R237 ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) - PREŠEVO 8,300 S M25.2 PREŠEVO - granica APKM (DEPČE) 12,500 S M25.3 granica APKM (KONČULJ) - BUJANOVAC 2 12,320 S M25.3;R125b BUJANOVAC 2 - BUJANOVAC 3 0,980 S M25.3;R125b BUJANOVAC 3 - BUJANOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 0,170 S R100 BEOGRAD 10 (GLAVNA POŠTA) - BEOGRAD 11 (CVETKOVA PIJACA) RAZK 3,600 S R100 BEOGRAD 11 (CVETKOVA PIJACA) - BEOGRAD 10 (GLAVNA POŠTA) RAZK 3,600 S R100 BEOGRAD 11 (CVETKOVA PIJACA) - MALI MOKRI LUG 3,400 S R100 MALI MOKRI LUG - KRUŽNI PUT 2 (LEŠTANE) 6,767 S R100 KRUŽNI PUT 2 (LEŠTANE) - BEĆAREVO BRDO 8,449 S R100 BEĆAREVO BRDO - BRESTOVIK 9,557 S R100 BRESTOVIK - SMEDEREVO 1 (DUNAV) 6,500 S R100 SMEDEREVO 1 (DUNAV) - SMEDEREVO 5 7,400 S R100 SMEDEREVO 5 - SMEDEREVO 6 0,145 S R100 SMEDEREVO 6 - SMEDEREVO 4 (RADINAC) 4,600 S

107 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R100a BRESTOVIK - UMČARI 2 8,884 S R100a UMČARI 2 - UMČARI 1 (AUTOPUT) 1,393 S R100b MALI MOKRI LUG - KUMODRAŽ (VOJVODE STEPE) 4,300 S R101 ZABREŽJE - OBRENOVAC 3 (KRTINSKA) 2,568 S 0765 DB R101;R267 OBRENOVAC 3 (KRTINSKA) - OBRENOVAC 1 0,077 S R101 OBRENOVAC 2 (RVATI) - VELIKO POLJE 6,529 S R101 VELIKO POLJE - STUBLINE 4,113 S R101 STUBLINE - UB 1 (VRELO) 14,163 S R101 UB 1 (VRELO) - UB 2 (STUBLENICA) 1,238 S R101;R270 UB 2 (STUBLENICA) - UB 3 (DUPLJAJ) 0,262 S R101 UB 3 (DUPLJAJ) - SLOVAC 12,984 S R101 BOGOJEVO (SONTA) - SOMBOR 3 (APATIN) 38,917 V R101 SOMBOR 5 (KLJAJIĆEVO) - SOMBOR 7 1,800 V R101 SOMBOR 7 - KLJAJIĆEVO 1 (ČONOPLJA) 11,000 V R101 KLJAJIĆEVO 1 (ČONOPLJA) - KLJAJIĆEVO 2 (TELEČKA) 1,301 V R101 KLJAJIĆEVO 2 (TELEČKA) - KULA 2 (CRVENKA) 26,587 V R101a STUBLINE - BRGULE 5,544 S R101a BRGULE - LAJKOVAC 2 23,722 S R101b VELIKO POLJE - BANJANI 1 (DEBRC) 17,530 S R101b;R206 BANJANI 1 (DEBRC) - BANJANI 2 (UB) 0,330 S R101b BANJANI 2 (UB) - NOVACI 8,650 S R101b NOVACI - PAMBUKOVICA 5,000 S R101b;R270a PAMBUKOVICA - ČUČUGE 0,911 S R101b ČUČUGE - SLATINA 6,500 S R102 KRAGUJEVAC 1 (DONJA SABANTA) - GORNJA SABANTA 15,419 S R102 GORNJA SABANTA - REKOVAC 11,054 S R102 REKOVAC - TEČIĆ 2,993 S R102 TEČIĆ - BELUŠIĆ 1 (LOČIKA) 5,972 S R102;R218 BELUŠIĆ 1 (LOČIKA) - BELUŠIĆ 2 (OPARIĆ) 0,923 S R102 BELUŠIĆ 2 (OPARIĆ) - DONJI KRČIN 1 (VARVARIN) 8,873 S R102;R220 DONJI KRČIN 1 (VARVARIN) - DONJI KRČIN 2 (OPARIĆ) 0,071 S R102 DONJI KRČIN 2 (OPARIĆ) - JASIKA 2 21,212 S R102 JASIKA 2 - JASIKA 1 0,913 S R102 JASIKA 1 - JASIKA 3 0,755 S R102 JASIKA 3 - KRUŠEVAC 1 RAZK 2,200 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 1 - JASIKA 3 RAZK 2,200 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 1 - KRUŠEVAC 2 0,167 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 2 - KRUŠEVAC 3 1,760 S

108 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R102 KRUŠEVAC 3 - KRUŠEVAC 4 (KAONIK) RAZK 0,130 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 4 (KAONIK) - KRUŠEVAC 3 RAZK 0,130 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 4 (KAONIK) - KRUŠEVAC 5 RAZK 1,083 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 5 - KRUŠEVAC 4 (KAONIK) RAZK 1,083 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 5 - KRUŠEVAC 6 RAZK 0,217 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 6 - KRUŠEVAC 5 RAZK 0,217 S R102 KRUŠEVAC 6 - RAVNI 31,811 S R102;R222 RAVNI - BLACE 1 0,332 S R102;R222 BLACE 1 - BLACE 2 (BARBATOVAC) RAZK 12,768 S R102;R222 BLACE 2 (BARBATOVAC) - BLACE 1 RAZK 12,768 S R102 BLACE 2 (BARBATOVAC) - BLACE 3 RAZK 0,729 S R102 BLACE 3 - BLACE 2 (BARBATOVAC) RAZK 0,729 S R102 BLACE 3 - BELOLJIN 11,271 S R102 BAČKO NOVO SELO - BAČ 16,446 V R102 BAČ - SILBAŠ 1 (GAJDOBRA) 22,549 V R102;R119 SILBAŠ 1 (GAJDOBRA) - SILBAŠ 2 (DESPOTOVO) 0,595 V R102 SILBAŠ 2 (DESPOTOVO) - RUMENKA 25,643 V R102 RUMENKA - NOVI SAD 10 (ŠAJLOVO) 4,100 V R102 NOVI SAD 10 (ŠAJLOVO) - NOVI SAD 1 (RUMENKA) RAZK 3,050 V R102 NOVI SAD 1 (RUMENKA) - NOVI SAD 10 (ŠAJLOVO) RAZK 3,050 V R102a TEČIĆ - LOČIKA 13,025 S R103 KOSTOLAC - POŽAREVAC 6 7,300 S R103 POŽAREVAC 6 - POŽAREVAC 8 3,100 S R103;R214a POŽAREVAC 8 - POŽAREVAC 9 0,546 S R103;R214a POŽAREVAC 9 - POŽAREVAC 10 0,227 S R103 POŽAREVAC 10 - POŽAREVAC 3 2,573 S R103 POŽAREVAC 3 - ALEKSANDROVAC 16,600 S R103 ALEKSANDROVAC - ŽABARI 10,562 S R103 ŽABARI - SVILAJNAC 3 (LUKOVICA) 13,940 S R103;R108 SVILAJNAC 3 (LUKOVICA) - SVILAJNAC 1 (KUŠILJEVO) 1,659 S R103 RAVNA REKA - STRANAC 6,045 S R103 STRANAC - MANASTIR RAVANICA 6,300 S R103;R103v MANASTIR RAVANICA - SENJE 1,600 S R103 SENJE - ĆUPRIJA 1 (AUTOPUT) 8,064 S R103 ĆUPRIJA 1 (AUTOPUT) - ĆUPRIJA 4 1,427 S R103 ĆUPRIJA 4 - ĆUPRIJA 3 0,132 S R103 granica HR/SR (TOVARNIK) - ŠID 5,393 V R103 ŠID - KUKUJEVCI 11,853 V

109 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K 0837 DB R103 KUKUJEVCI - KUZMIN (AUTOPUT) 4,200 V 0838 DB R103 KUZMIN (AUTOPUT) - KUZMIN 2,600 V R103 KUZMIN - SREMSKA MITROVICA 1 17,000 V R103 SREMSKA MITROVICA 1 - SREMSKA MITROVICA 2 RAZK 1,200 V R103 SREMSKA MITROVICA 2 - SREMSKA MITROVICA 1 RAZK 1,200 V R103;R116 SREMSKA MITROVICA 2 - SREMSKA MITROVICA 3 (SALAŠ NOĆAJSKI) RAZK 2,177 V R103;R116 SREMSKA MITROVICA 3 (SALAŠ NOĆAJSKI) - SREMSKA MITROVICA 2 RAZK 2,177 V R103 SREMSKA MITROVICA 3 (SALAŠ NOĆAJSKI) - SREMSKA MITROVICA 4 (JARAK) 0,376 V R103 SREMSKA MITROVICA 4 (JARAK) - RUMA 4 (VOGANJ) 12,506 V 0846 DB R103;R106 RUMA 4 (VOGANJ) - RUMA 3 (PETLJA) 5,000 V R103 RUMA 2 (KRALJEVCI) - PEĆINCI (AUTOPUT) 13,267 V R103 PEĆINCI (AUTOPUT) - PEĆINCI 1 (SUBOTIŠTE) 3,075 V R103 PEĆINCI 1 (SUBOTIŠTE) - PEĆINCI 2 0,171 V R103 PEĆINCI 2 - PEĆINCI 3 (PRHOVO) 0,000 V R103 PEĆINCI 3 (PRHOVO) - PRHOVO 2,900 V R103 PRHOVO - granica APV (DEČ) 14,200 V R103a;R216 DVORIŠTE - VODNA 4,278 S R103a VODNA - DIVLJAKOVAC 6,919 S R103b STRANAC - GRZA 25,273 S R103.1 KUKUJEVCI - SELIŠTE (KUKUJEVCI) 4,846 V R103.2 SREMSKA MITROVICA 3 (SALAŠ NOĆAJSKI) - SREMSKA MITROVICA (AUTOPUT) 3,235 V R103.3 SREMSKA MITROVICA 4 (JARAK) - JARAK 11,884 V R104 BRZA PALANKA - POREČKI MOST 1 (BRZA PALANKA) 30,195 S R104 STARA RESKOVICA - MAJDANPEK 23,222 S R104 DEBELI LUG - JASIKOVO 18,523 S R104 JASIKOVO - ŽAGUBICA 24,150 S R104 ODŽACI 2 (RATKOVO) - DESPOTOVO 1 (SILBAŠ) 22,784 V R104;R119 DESPOTOVO 1 (SILBAŠ) - DESPOTOVO 2 (SAVINO SELO) 0,917 V R104 DESPOTOVO 2 (SAVINO SELO) - ZMAJEVO 2 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) 13,487 V R104;R127 ZMAJEVO 2 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) - ZMAJEVO 3 (STEPANOVIĆEVO) 0,937 V R104 ZMAJEVO 3 (STEPANOVIĆEVO) - ZMAJEVO 1 (PETLJA) 3,628 V R104 ZMAJEVO 1 (PETLJA) - SIRIG 1 (ZMAJEVO) 5,955 V R104 SIRIG 2 (TEMERIN) - TEMERIN 6,576 V R104 TEMERIN - ŽABALJ 2 15,701 V R104a JASIKOVO - BOR 2 42,183 S R105 RAM 1 - BRATINAC 2 (BABUŠINAC) 21,524 S R105 BRATINAC 1 (NABRĐE) - SALAKOVAC 7,403 S R105 SALAKOVAC - MALO CRNIĆE 4,061 S

110 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R105 MALO CRNIĆE - RAŠANAC 11,904 S R105 RAŠANAC - PETROVAC NA MLAVI 1 (KNEŽICA) 10,112 S R105;R108 PETROVAC NA MLAVI 1 (KNEŽICA) - PETROVAC NA MLAVI 2 1,486 S R105;R107 PETROVAC NA MLAVI 2 - PETROVAC NA MLAVI 3 (MELNICA) 0,774 S R105 PETROVAC NA MLAVI 3 (MELNICA) - KREPOLJIN 23,422 S R105 KREPOLJIN - ŽAGUBICA 22,191 S R105 ŽAGUBICA - BORSKO JEZERO 34,501 S R105 BRESTOVAC - SELIŠTE 14,985 S R105 KLJAJIĆEVO 2 (TELEČKA) - BAČKI SOKOLAC 23,161 V R105a MALO CRNIĆE - BOŽEVAC 7,866 S R105b BRESTOVAC - METOVNICA 16,902 S R105b ZVEZDAN - ZAJEČAR 7 (ZVEZDAN) 5,806 S R106 POREČKI MOST 2 (MOSNA) - KLOKOČEVAC 11,867 S R106 MILOŠEVA KULA - LUKA 19,474 S R106 LUKA - ZAGRAÐE 17,293 S R106 BOR 1 - VRAŽOGRNAC 1 21,400 S R106 ERDEVIK - MANÐELOS 17,528 V R106 MANÐELOS - RUMA 4 (VOGANJ) 17,111 V R106 RUMA 1 (PUTINCI) - PUTINCI 10,954 V R106 PUTINCI - GOLUBINCI 6,666 V R106 GOLUBINCI - STARA PAZOVA 2 (CENTAR) 7,441 V R106 STARA PAZOVA 2 (CENTAR) - STARA PAZOVA 3 2,000 V R106 STARA PAZOVA 3 - STARA PAZOVA 4 RAZK 2,100 V R106 STARA PAZOVA 4 - STARA PAZOVA 3 RAZK 2,100 V R106 STARA PAZOVA 4 - STARA PAZOVA 1 0,510 V R106 STARA PAZOVA 1 - STARI BANOVCI 5,290 V R106a LUKA - SALAŠ 2 15,394 S R106a;N1 SALAŠ 2 - SALAŠ 3 (SIKOLE) 0,881 S R106a;R260;N1 SALAŠ 3 (SIKOLE) - SALAŠ 4 0,711 S R106a SALAŠ 4 - SALAŠ 1 1,199 S R106a SALAŠ 1 - NEGOTIN 1 31,008 S R107 UMKA - VELIKA MOŠTANICA 12,144 S R107 LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 2 (BARAJEVO) - BARAJEVO 1 (BAĆEVAC) 7,222 S R107;R201a BARAJEVO 1 (BAĆEVAC) - BARAJEVO 2 (VITKOVICA) 1,773 S R107 BARAJEVO 2 (VITKOVICA) - SLATINA 14,926 S R107;R201b SLATINA - DUĆINA 3,200 S R107 DUĆINA - KOSMAJ 1 (SOPOT) 5,200 S R107;R200a KOSMAJ 1 (SOPOT) - KOSMAJ 2 (ROGAČA) 0,346 S

111 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R107 KOSMAJ 2 (ROGAČA) - MLADENOVAC 2 16,127 S R107 MLADENOVAC 2 - MLADENOVAC 3 (SELEVAC) 2,991 S R107 MLADENOVAC 3 (SELEVAC) - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 1 (AZANJA) 22,511 S R107;R109 SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 1 (AZANJA) - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 2 (PRIDVORICE) 1,444 S R107;R109 SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 2 (PRIDVORICE) - STOJAČAK 5,056 S R107 STOJAČAK - VELIKA PLANA 2 7,150 S R107;R214 VELIKA PLANA 2 - VELIKA PLANA 1 (AUTOPUT) 0,413 S 0920 DD R107;R214 VELIKA PLANA 1 (AUTOPUT) - VELIKA PLANA 3 0,376 S R107 VELIKA PLANA 3 - ŽABARI 11,205 S R107 ŽABARI - BOŠNJAK (VELIKI POPOVAC) 15,015 S R107 BOŠNJAK (VELIKI POPOVAC) - PETROVAC NA MLAVI 4 (VELIKO LAOLE) 9,196 S R107;R108 PETROVAC NA MLAVI 4 (VELIKO LAOLE) - PETROVAC NA MLAVI 2 0,204 S R107 PETROVAC NA MLAVI 3 (MELNICA) - KUČEVO 29,869 S R107 granica HR/SR (NESTIN) - SVILOŠ (DUNAV) 13,272 V R107 SVILOŠ (DUNAV) - RAKOVAC 17,941 V R107 RAKOVAC - SREMSKA KAMENICA 1 7,000 V R107 SREMSKA KAMENICA 1 - SREMSKA KAMENICA 2 RAZK 0,811 V R107 SREMSKA KAMENICA 2 - SREMSKA KAMENICA 1 RAZK 0,811 V R107 SREMSKA KAMENICA 2 - PETROVARADIN 4 (SREMSKA KAMENICA) 3,789 V R107a MLADENOVAC 3 (SELEVAC) - SELEVAC 20,004 S 0933 DD R107b BOŠNJAK (VELIKI POPOVAC) - ORLJEVO 1 (MIRIJEVO) 7,000 S R107b;R275 ORLJEVO 1 (MIRIJEVO) - ORLJEVO 2 (RAŠANAC) 0,164 S R107b ORLJEVO 2 (RAŠANAC) - POŽAREVAC 4 20,068 S R107b POŽAREVAC 4 - POŽAREVAC 9 4,100 S R107b POŽAREVAC 9 - POŽAREVAC 7 4,000 S R107b POŽAREVAC 7 - DUBRAVICA (PRISTANIŠTE) 10,900 S R108 RAM 2 (DUNAV) - RAM 1 1,728 S R108 RAM 1 - TOPOLOVNIK 13,382 S R108 BRANIČEVO 2 (TRIBRODE) - SREDNJEVO 8,597 S R108 SREDNJEVO - ZABREGA (BOŽEVAC) 11,600 S R108 ZABREGA (BOŽEVAC) - BOŽEVAC 3,906 S R108 BOŽEVAC - PETROVAC NA MLAVI 1 (KNEŽICA) 30,771 S R108 PETROVAC NA MLAVI 4 (VELIKO LAOLE) - SVILAJNAC 3 (LUKOVICA) 34,108 S R108 SVILAJNAC 2 (CRKVENAC) - GLOGOVAC 32,148 S R108 GLOGOVAC - ĆUPRIJA 2 14,452 S R108 BAJMOK - BAČKI SOKOLAC 18,634 V R108 BAČKI SOKOLAC - BAČKA TOPOLA 3 (BAJŠA) 8,273 V R108;R119 BAČKA TOPOLA 3 (BAJŠA) - BAČKA TOPOLA 2 0,395 V

112 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R108;R119 BAČKA TOPOLA 2 - BAČKA TOPOLA 4 (NOVO ORAHOVO) 1,118 V R108 BAČKA TOPOLA 4 (NOVO ORAHOVO) - BEČEJ 3 (BAČKO PETROVO SELO) 38,741 V R108a BERANJE - SREDNJEVO 14,724 S R108a SREDNJEVO - MILJEVIĆ 2,041 S R108a MILJEVIĆ - ZELENIK 9,531 S R108a ZELENIK - MALEŠEVO 8,674 S R108a MALEŠEVO - GOLUBAC 3,286 S R108b BRANIČEVO 1 (DONJA KRUŠEVICA) - MILJEVIĆ 6,884 S R108c ZELENIK - LJEŠNICA 4,763 S R109 SMEDEREVO 6 - SMEDEREVO 3 (KOLARI) 6,000 S R109 SMEDEREVO 3 (KOLARI) - KOLARI (AUTOPUT) 4,700 S 0962 DD R109 KOLARI (AUTOPUT) - SELEVAC 10,000 S R109 SELEVAC - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 1 (AZANJA) 16,212 S R109 STOJAČAK - ADROVCI 12,746 S R109 RAČA 2 - CEROVAC 20,038 S R109 PUTINCI - INĐIJA 2 (PUTINCI) 9,990 V R109 INĐIJA 1 (NOVI KARLOVCI) - INĐIJA 3 2,458 V R109 INĐIJA 3 - NOVI KARLOVCI 2 (PETLJA) RAZK 3,500 V R109 NOVI KARLOVCI 2 (PETLJA) - INĐIJA 3 RAZK 3,500 V R109 NOVI KARLOVCI 2 (PETLJA) - NOVI KARLOVCI 1 (PETLJA) 0,542 V R109 NOVI KARLOVCI 1 (PETLJA) - STARI SLANKAMEN 12,425 V R109a KRNJEVO - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 3 (VELIK PLANA) 11,744 S R109a SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 3 (VELIK PLANA) - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 4 RAZK 0,250 S R109a SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 4 - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 3 (VELIK PLANA) RAZK 0,250 S R109a SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 4 - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 2 (PRIDVORICE) 0,120 S R109a SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 2 (PRIDVORICE) - NATALINCI 18,002 S R109b SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 3 (VELIK PLANA) - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 5 RAZK 1,500 S R109b SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 5 - SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 3 (VELIK PLANA) RAZK 1,500 S R109b SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 5 - RALJA 8 24,100 S R109b RALJA 9 - RALJA 2 (AUTOPUT) 0,640 S R110 GORNJA SABANTA - JAGODINA 2 24,714 S R110 JAGODINA 2 - GLOGOVAC 8,655 S R110 GLOGOVAC - MEDVEÐA 14,467 S R110 KAĆ - ŠAJKAŠ 15,024 V R110 ŠAJKAŠ - PERLEZ 1 (TITEL) 31,806 V R110 PERLEZ 2 (FARKAŽDIN) - KOVAČICA 21,395 V R110 KOVAČICA - PADINA 9,667 V R110 PADINA - SELEUŠ 16,100 V

113 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R110.1 PADINA - SAMOŠ 14,011 V R111 VALJEVO 2 (JOVANJA) - VALJEVO 6 (LELIĆ) 0,497 S R111 VALJEVO 6 (LELIĆ) - ROGAČICA 1 59,203 S R111 ROGAČICA 2 - KOSTOJEVIĆI 7,119 S R111 KOSTOJEVIĆI - DUB 7,062 S R111 KANJIŽA - NOVI KNEŽEVAC 1 (COKA) 6,695 V R111;R112 NOVI KNEŽEVAC 1 (COKA) - NOVI KNEŽEVAC 2 (SRPSKI KRSTUR) 1,159 V R111 NOVI KNEŽEVAC 2 (SRPSKI KRSTUR) - BANATSKO ARANÐELOVO 12,657 V R111 BANATSKO ARANÐELOVO - granica SR/MAĐ (RABE) 6,108 V R112 PERUĆAC - BAJINA BAŠTA 1 (PERUĆAC) 13,199 S 0999 DG R112 BAJINA BAŠTA 2 - BAJINA BAŠTA 3 (MANASTIR RAČA) 1,200 S R112 BAJINA BAŠTA 3 (MANASTIR RAČA) - KALUÐERSKE BARE 14,617 S R112 KALUÐERSKE BARE - KREMNA 1 (TARA) 8,989 S R112 KREMNA 2 - KNEŽEVIĆI 16,332 S R112 granica SR/MAÐ (ÐALA) - NOVI KNEŽEVAC 2 (SRPSKI KRSTUR) 13,262 V R112 NOVI KNEŽEVAC 1 (COKA) - ČOKA 2 12,874 V R112 ČOKA 2 - BANATSKI MONOŠTOR (CRNA BARA) 12,335 V R112;R123 BANATSKI MONOŠTOR (CRNA BARA) - CRNA BARA (MOKRIN) 2,214 V R112 CRNA BARA (MOKRIN) - granica SR/RUM (VRBICA) 4,500 V 1008 NDA R112 ČOKA 2 - ČOKA 1 0,377 V R112a KALUÐERSKE BARE - ZAOVINE 21,145 S R112b BAJINA BAŠTA 3 (MANASTIR RAČA) - MANASTIR RAČA 4,321 S R113 PRIČEVIĆ - PECKA 1 25,919 S R113 PECKA 1 - LJUBOVIJA 2 22,902 S R113 NOVI BEČEJ 1 (KUMANE) - MELENCI 20,329 V R113a PECKA 1 - PECKA 2 (OSTRUŽANJ) 0,402 S R113a;R208 PECKA 2 (OSTRUŽANJ) - PECKA 3 (GUNJACI) 0,586 S R113a PECKA 3 (GUNJACI) - KRUŠKA 1 20,575 S R113a;R127 KRUŠKA 1 - KRUŠKA 2 (KRZAVA) 3,135 S R113a KRUŠKA 2 (KRZAVA) - ŠARENA BUKVA 11,500 S R113a;R211a ŠARENA BUKVA - TURSKI GROBOVI 1 (KRUPANJ) 1,000 S R113a TURSKI GROBOVI 1 (KRUPANJ) - TURSKI GROBOVI 2 (BRSTICA) 0,500 S R113a TURSKI GROBOVI 2 (BRSTICA) - ZAJAČA 12,100 S R113a ZAJAČA - LOZNICA 5 11,400 S R114 granica CG/SR (PLJEVLJA) - granica SR/BIH (USTIBAR) 28,747 S R114 NOVI BEČEJ 2 (BAŠAID) - BAŠAID 1 21,834 V R114 BAŠAID 1 - BAŠAID 2 (TORDA) 1,980 V R114 BAŠAID 2 (TORDA) - NOVA CRNJA 16,200 V

114 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R115 BISTRICA - PRIBOJSKA BANJA 14,181 S R115 PRIBOJSKA BANJA - granica SR/BIH (UVAC) 7,960 S R115 KOVIN 2 (DELIBLATO) - VRAČEV GAJ 35,557 V R115 VRAČEV GAJ - BELA CRKVA 5,522 V R115.1 VRAČEV GAJ - BANATSKA PALANKA (DUNAV) 6,703 V R116 BUK - UŠĆE 48,700 S R116 SVILOŠ (DUNAV) - MANÐELOS 18,374 V R116 MANÐELOS - SREMSKA MITROVICA 2 11,110 V R116 SREMSKA MITROVICA 3 (SALAŠ NOĆAJSKI) - granica APV (NOĆAJ) 12,391 V R117 ČAČAK 1 (GUČA) - GUČA 1 (TURICA) 18,224 S R117;R227 GUČA 1 (TURICA) - GUČA 2 (KAONA) 4,832 S R117 GUČA 2 (KAONA) - IVANJICA 26,433 S R117 IVANJICA - SJENICA 1 (SJENIČKO JEZERO) 61,686 S R117 SJENICA 2 (TRIJEBINE) - granica SR/CG (VRBNICA) 31,217 S R118 FEKETIĆ 2 (VRBAS) - VRBAS 5 (FEKETIĆ) 11,055 V R118 VRBAS 5 (FEKETIĆ) - VRBAS 2 (CENTAR) 0,268 V R118 VRBAS 1 (KUCURA) - SAVINO SELO 12,147 V R118a DOJEVIĆE - PAZARIŠTE 3,372 S R118a PAZARIŠTE - TUTIN 1 (JUŽNI KOČANIK) 25,041 S R118a TUTIN 1 (JUŽNI KOČANIK) - BREGOVI 8,778 S R118b;R231a TUTIN 1 (JUŽNI KOČANIK) - TUTIN 2 (VELE POLJE) 2,100 S R118b TUTIN 2 (VELE POLJE) - granica SR/CG (VUČA) 9,100 S R119 KOŠEVI - ČITLUK 3,100 S R119 ČITLUK - VITKOVO 25,753 S 1051 DE R119 VITKOVO - BOTURIĆI 15,800 S R119;R222 BOTURIĆI - GRČAK 2,898 S R119 GRČAK - JOŠANICKA BANJA 27,221 S R119 JOŠANICKA BANJA - BILJANOVAC 10,341 S R119 HORGOŠ 2 (KANJIŽA) - KANJIŽA 10,866 V R119 KANJIŽA - ZIMONIĆ 7,851 V R119 ZIMONIĆ - GORNJI BREG 1 (KANJIŽA) 9,011 V R119 GORNJI BREG 2 (NOVO ORAHOVO) - TORNJOŠ 15,875 V R119 TORNJOŠ - BAČKA TOPOLA 1 (PETLJA) 13,100 V R119 BAČKA TOPOLA 1 (PETLJA) - BAČKA TOPOLA 4 (NOVO ORAHOVO) 3,600 V R119 BAČKA TOPOLA 3 (BAJŠA) - KULA 2 (CRVENKA) 24,774 V R119 KULA 1 (SAVINO SELO) - SAVINO SELO 10,733 V R119 SAVINO SELO - DESPOTOVO 2 (SAVINO SELO) 6,330 V R119 DESPOTOVO 1 (SILBAŠ) - SILBAŠ 2 (DESPOTOVO) 8,542 V

115 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R119 SILBAŠ 1 (GAJDOBRA) - GAJDOBRA 4,721 V 1066 DA R119 GAJDOBRA - BAČKA PALANKA 2 9,700 V R119 BAČKA PALANKA 2 - BAČKA PALANKA 5 3,300 V R119 BAČKA PALANKA 6 - BAČKA PALANKA 7 0,303 V R119 BAČKA PALANKA 7 - BAČKA PALANKA 3 RAZK 2,497 V R119 BAČKA PALANKA 3 - BAČKA PALANKA 7 RAZK 2,497 V R119a JOŠANICKA BANJA - KOPAONIK 23,889 S R119a KOPAONIK - RUDNICA 17,490 S R119.1 TORNJOŠ - ČANTAVIR 12,200 V R119.1 ČANTAVIR - STARI ŽEDNIK 6,500 V R120 BOLJEVAC 2 - RTANJ 8,095 S R120 RTANJ - SOKOBANJA 1 (BLENDIJA) 17,683 S R120;R121 SOKOBANJA 1 (BLENDIJA) - SOKOBANJA 2 (VAROŠ) 1,711 S R120 SOKOBANJA 2 (VAROŠ) - DONJI KRUPAC (DOBRUJEVAC) 28,500 S R120;R243 DONJI KRUPAC (DOBRUJEVAC) - VELE POLJE 8,300 S R120 VELE POLJE - GORNJA TOPONICA 8,600 S R120 BAČKO GRADIŠTE - NADALJ 6,949 V R120 NADALJ - TEMERIN 10,261 V R120 TEMERIN - NOVI SAD 6 (TEMERINSKA PETLJA) 13,244 V R120 NOVI SAD 6 (TEMERINSKA PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 11 (VELIKI RIT) 0,812 V R120 NOVI SAD 11 (VELIKI RIT) - NOVI SAD 3 RAZK 3,488 V R120 NOVI SAD 3 - NOVI SAD 11 (VELIKI RIT) RAZK 3,488 V R121 VUKANJA - ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 28,208 S 1088 DF R121 ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - ALEKSINAC 2 0,132 S R121;R214 ALEKSINAC 2 - ALEKSINAC 3 0,156 S R121 ALEKSINAC 3 - ALEKSINAC 4 0,041 S R121 ALEKSINAC 4 - ALEKSINAC 5 RAZK 0,419 S R121 ALEKSINAC 5 - ALEKSINAC 4 RAZK 0,419 S R121 ALEKSINAC 5 - ALEKSINAC 6 0,105 S R121 ALEKSINAC 6 - ALEKSINAC 7 RAZK 0,105 S R121 ALEKSINAC 7 - ALEKSINAC 6 RAZK 0,105 S R121 ALEKSINAC 7 - ŽUČKOVAC 22,900 S R121 ŽUČKOVAC - SOKOBANJA 2 (VAROŠ) 6,403 S R121 SOKOBANJA 1 (BLENDIJA) - KNJAŽEVAC 3 (GLOGOVAC) 34,695 S R121 KNJAŽEVAC 3 (GLOGOVAC) - KNJAŽEVAC 4 (KALIČINA) 0,693 S R121 KNJAŽEVAC 4 (KALIČINA) - KNJAŽEVAC 2 0,506 S R121 KNJAŽEVAC 1 (TRGOVIŠTE) - KALNA 26,276 S R121;R243 KALNA - JALOVIK 2,401 S

116 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R121 JALOVIK - DIMITROVGRAD 101,798 S R121 GOLUBINCI - PEĆINCI 1 (SUBOTIŠTE) 13,984 V R121 PEĆINCI 1 (SUBOTIŠTE) - KUPINOVO (SAVA) 32,708 V R121a ŽUČKOVAC - JOŠANICA 9,165 S R121a JOŠANICA - GRABOVO 14,140 S R121a GRABOVO - NOVI BRAĆIN 12,615 S R122 SVOÐE - SASTAV REKA 14,399 S R122 SASTAV REKA - CRNA TRAVA 14,645 S R122 CRNA TRAVA - OKRUGLICA 20,702 S R122 VLASINSKO JEZERO - BOSILEGRAD 1 (VLASINSKO JEZERO) 34,588 S R122 BOSILEGRAD 1 (VLASINSKO JEZERO) - BOSILEGRAD 2 (VAROŠ) 1,018 S R122 BOSILEGRAD 2 (VAROŠ) - RIBARCI 12,010 S R122 RIBARCI - granica SR/BUG (RIBARCI) 0,126 S R122 SENTA - BEČEJ 3 (BAČKO PETROVO SELO) 39,737 V R122 BEČEJ 3 (BAČKO PETROVO SELO) - BEČEJ 1 (MILEŠEVO) 0,601 V R122 BEČEJ 2 (BAČKO GRADIŠTE) - BAČKO GRADIŠTE 8,711 V R122 BAČKO GRADIŠTE - ČURUG 6,651 V R122 ČURUG - ŽABALJ 2 13,805 V R122 ŽABALJ 2 - ŽABALJ 1 2,023 V R122 ŽABALJ 1 - ŠAJKAŠ 9,471 V R122 ŠAJKAŠ - KOVILJ 5,800 V R122a RIBARCI - GR SR/MAK (KARAMANICA) 25,600 S R122b SASTAV REKA - STREZIMIROVCI 24,110 S R123 LESKOVAC 1 (GORNJA STOPANJA) - DRAGOVAC 20,196 S R123;R223 DRAGOVAC - BOJNIK 1 (KAMENICA) 0,751 S R123 BOJNIK 1 (KAMENICA) - DOBRA VODA 18,025 S R123 DOBRA VODA - PROLOM 3,875 S R123 BANATSKO ARANÐELOVO - BANATSKI MONOŠTOR (CRNA BARA) 17,104 V R123 CRNA BARA (MOKRIN) - KIKINDA 3 (MOKRIN) 21,438 V R123 KIKINDA 4 (RUSKO SELO) - VOJVODA STEPA 23,389 V R123 VOJVODA STEPA - SRPSKI ITEBEJ 22,000 V R123 SRPSKI ITEBEJ - NOVI ITEBEJ (BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO) 5,834 V R123 NOVI ITEBEJ (BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO) - TORAK 6,445 V R123 TORAK - KRAJIŠNIK 12,404 V R123 KRAJIŠNIK - SUTJESKA 1 (NEUZINA) 9,203 V R123 SUTJESKA 1 (NEUZINA) - SUTJESKA 2 (TAMIŠ) 2,400 V R123 NEUZINA 2 (TAMIŠ) - NEUZINA 1 1,994 V R123 NEUZINA 1 - SAMOŠ 13,924 V

117 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R123 SAMOŠ - SELEUŠ 19,667 V R123 SELEUŠ - ALIBUNAR 2 7,095 V R123 ALIBUNAR 2 - BANATSKI KARLOVAC 4,834 V R123 BANATSKI KARLOVAC - DELIBLATO 0,000 V R123 DELIBLATO - KOVIN 2 (DELIBLATO) 7,900 V R123 KOVIN 2 (DELIBLATO) - KOVIN 1 4,586 V 1147 DF R123a VLASOTINCE - GRDELICA 2 10,800 S 1148 DF R123a;R214 GRDELICA 2 - GRDELICA 3 0,268 S R123a GRDELICA 3 - GRDELICA 1 0,755 S R123.1 TORAK - ŽITIŠTE 6,200 V R123.2 KRAJIŠNIK - JAŠA TOMIĆ 10,911 V R123.2 JAŠA TOMIĆ - granica SR/RUM (JAŠA TOMIĆ) 2,697 V R124 LIČJE - LESKOVAC 5 (BRATMILOVCI) 27,406 S 1154 DF R124 LESKOVAC 4 - LESKOVAC 8 (GIMNAZIJA) 0,198 S 1155 DF R124 LESKOVAC 8 (GIMNAZIJA) - LESKOVAC 9 (OPŠTINA) RAZK 0,405 S 1156 DF R124 LESKOVAC 9 (OPŠTINA) - LESKOVAC 8 (GIMNAZIJA) RAZK 0,405 S 1157 DF R124 LESKOVAC 9 (OPŠTINA) - STROJKOVCE 10,700 S R124 STROJKOVCE - VUČJE 13,100 S R124 VUČJE - REPNICE 0,000 S R124;R214 REPNICE - VLADIČIN HAN 2 1,405 S R124 VLADIČIN HAN 2 - VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) 0,458 S R124 ČENTA - JABUČKI RIT 36,763 V R124a STROJKOVCE - BARJE 16,800 S R124a BARJE - STUDENA (KALUĐERCE) 0,000 S R124a STUDENA (KALUĐERCE) - VLASE 12,600 S R124a;R223 VLASE - UŠEVCE 2,000 S R124a UŠEVCE - BAČVIŠTE (STUBAL) 0,000 S R124a;R214 BAČVIŠTE (STUBAL) - LEPENICA 0,438 S R124a LEPENICA - GRAMAÐA 1,392 S R124a GRAMAÐA - SURDULICA 11,841 S R124b ŽITORAÐE - MAČKATICA 23,102 S R125 BOSILEGRAD 1 (VLASINSKO JEZERO) - GLOŽJE (GOLEMA REKA) 9,220 S R125 GLOŽJE (GOLEMA REKA) - RADOVNICA 0,000 S R125 RADOVNICA - DONJI STAJEVAC 8,100 S R125 DONJI STAJEVAC - TRGOVIŠTE 8,822 S R125 TRGOVIŠTE - SVETA PETKA 24,561 S R125 SVETA PETKA - DAVIDOVAC 3 10,810 S R125;R214 DAVIDOVAC 3 - DAVIDOVAC 2 0,212 S

118 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R125 DAVIDOVAC 2 - DAVIDOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 0,219 S R125 PLANDIŠTE - ALIBUNAR 2 26,811 V R125 ALIBUNAR 2 - ALIBUNAR 1 1,744 V R125a SVETA PETKA - granica SR/BJRM (SV. PROHOR PČINJSKI) 13,935 S R125b BUJANOVAC 4 - BUJANOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 2,323 S R125b BUJANOVAC 2 - VELIKI TRNOVAC 1 2,000 S R125b VELIKI TRNOVAC 1 - VELIKI TRNOVAC 2 1,100 S R125b VELIKI TRNOVAC 2 - MUHOVAC 0,000 S R126 TOPOLA 1 - TOPOLA 3 0,479 S R126 TOPOLA 3 - DONJA ŠATORNJA 1 11,468 S R126;R215 DONJA ŠATORNJA 1 - DONJA ŠATORNJA 2 (DONJA TREŠNJEVICA) 1,439 S R126 DONJA ŠATORNJA 2 (DONJA TREŠNJEVICA) - RUDNIK 11,657 S R126 RUDNIK - BUĆIN GROB 2,296 S R126 VRŠAC 2 - STRAŽA 17,519 V R127 ŠABAC 4 (JEVREMOVAC) - VOLUJAC 16,975 S R127;R210 VOLUJAC - TEKERIŠ 1 10,507 S R127 TEKERIŠ 1 - TEKERIŠ 2 (JUGOVIĆI) 2,717 S R127 TEKERIŠ 2 (JUGOVIĆI) - ZAVLAKA 1 (TEKERIŠ) 12,632 S R127 ZAVLAKA 2 (LIKODRA) - MOJKOVIĆ 1,168 S R127 MOJKOVIĆ - KRUPANJ 1 (BRSTICA) 16,484 S R127;R211 KRUPANJ 1 (BRSTICA) - KRUPANJ 2 (TOMANJ) 0,058 S R127 KRUPANJ 2 (TOMANJ) - KRUŠKA 2 (KRZAVA) 7,400 S R127 KRUŠKA 1 - GRACANICA 20,700 S R127 RUMENKA - ZMAJEVO 3 (STEPANOVIĆEVO) 18,904 V R127 ZMAJEVO 2 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) - VRBAS 3 (BAČKO DOBRO POLJE) 11,773 V 1204 DA R127 VRBAS 4 - VRBAS 5 (FEKETIĆ) 1,700 V R127a BELA CRKVA (OSEČINA) - MOJKOVIĆ 6,376 S R128 ADAŠEVCI - granica SR/HR (JAMENA) 28,200 V R129 SRBOBRAN 2 (TURIJA) - NADALJ 15,139 V R129 NADALJ - ČURUG 8,000 V R130 RAKOVAC - IRIG 2 (VRDNIK) 20,503 V R130 IRIG 1 (KRUŠEDOL) - MARADIK 2 (KRUŠEDOL) 16,163 V R153a BEOGRAD 2 (TOŠIN BUNAR) - NOVI BEOGRAD 1 RAZK 0,806 S R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 1 - BEOGRAD 2 (TOŠIN BUNAR) RAZK 0,806 S R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 1 - NOVI BEOGRAD 2 0,252 S R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 2 - NOVI BEOGRAD 3 RAZK 0,987 S R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 3 - NOVI BEOGRAD 2 RAZK 0,987 S R153a NOVI BEOGRAD 3 - SURČIN 1 (AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA") 5,355 S

119 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R153a SURČIN 1 (AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA") - SURČIN 2 4,086 S R153a;R267 SURČIN 2 - BEČMEN 3,180 S R153a BEČMEN - granica APV (DEČ) 11,613 S R200 BEOGRAD 4 (AUTOKOMANDA) - BEOGRAD 12 RAZK 3,700 S R200 BEOGRAD 12 - BEOGRAD 4 (AUTOKOMANDA) RAZK 3,700 S R200 BEOGRAD 12 - BELI POTOK 7,200 S R200 BELI POTOK - AVALA 1 2,719 S R200 AVALA 1 - AVALA 2 (RIPANJ) 0,494 S R200;R204 AVALA 2 (RIPANJ) - ŠUPLJA STENA 6,235 S R200 ŠUPLJA STENA - TREŠNJA 1 6,402 S R200;R200v TREŠNJA 1 - TREŠNJA 2 1,642 S R200 TREŠNJA 2 - RALJA 1 (PARCANI) 4,800 S R200;R201a RALJA 1 (PARCANI) - RALJA 2 (HAJDUKOVAČKI KRAJ) 0,150 S R200;R201a RALJA 2 (HAJDUKOVAČKI KRAJ) - POPOVIĆ 2,400 S R200 POPOVIĆ - ÐURINCI 6,019 S R200 ÐURINCI - VLAŠKO POLJE 4,733 S R200a ÐURINCI - KOSMAJ 1 (SOPOT) 8,798 S R200a KOSMAJ 2 (ROGAČA) - ARANÐELOVAC 2 (BUKULJA) 25,592 S R200b AVALA 1 - AVALA 1 8,095 S R201 BARIČ - DRAŽEVAC 10,790 S R201 DRAŽEVAC - STEPOJEVAC 1 (DRAŽEVAC) 9,575 S R201 STEPOJEVAC 2 (VELIKI CRLJENI) - VELIKI CRLJENI (JUNKOVAC) 3,145 S R201 VELIKI CRLJENI (JUNKOVAC) - VREOCI (MEDOŠEVAC) 5,671 S R201 VREOCI (MEDOŠEVAC) - KRUŠEVICA 16,041 S R201a DRAŽEVAC - MELJAK 2 (VRANIĆ) 11,805 S R201a MELJAK 1 (BARAJEVO) - BARAJEVO 1 (BAĆEVAC) 6,697 S R201a BARAJEVO 2 (VITKOVICA) - RALJA 1 (PARCANI) 15,000 S R201a POPOVIĆ - MALI POŽAREVAC 2 8,644 S R201a MALI POŽAREVAC 2 - UMČARI 2 9,533 S R201b VELIKI CRLJENI (JUNKOVAC) - SIBNICA 17,541 S R201b SIBNICA - SLATINA 3,248 S R201b DUĆINA - RALJA 2 (HAJDUKOVAČKI KRAJ) 16,100 S R202 SMEDEREVO 5 - SMEDEREVO 2 (PETRIJEVO) 5,900 S R202 SMEDEREVO 2 (PETRIJEVO) - VODANJ (AUTOPUT) 7,500 S R202 VODANJ (AUTOPUT) - MLADENOVAC 1 (SELO) 22,721 S R202 MEĐULUŽJE - ARANÐELOVAC 4 (ORAŠAC) 13,890 S R202;R215 ARANÐELOVAC 3 - ARANĐELOVAC 5 0,468 S R202;R215a ARANĐELOVAC 5 - ARANÐELOVAC 2 (BUKULJA) 2,524 S

120 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R202 ARANÐELOVAC 1 - ARANĐELOVAC 6 1,000 S R202;R215a ARANĐELOVAC 6 - ARANĐELOVAC 7 0,510 S R202 ARANĐELOVAC 7 - BELANOVICA 1 (VARNICE) 20,790 S R202 BELANOVICA 1 (VARNICE) - POLJANICA 15,768 S 1259 DC R202;R271 LJIG 1 - LJIG 2 0,429 S 1260 DC R202 LJIG 2 - MIONICA 1 (MALJEVIĆ) 17,200 S R202;R205 MIONICA 1 (MALJEVIĆ) - MIONICA 2 (VAROŠ) 0,737 S R202 MIONICA 2 (VAROŠ) - DIVCI 7,389 S 1263 DB R203 VREOCI (MEDOŠEVAC) - LAZAREVAC 4 7,400 S 1264 DB R203 LAZAREVAC 3 (BARZILOVICA) - BELANOVICA 2 (ŽIVKOVCI) 22,800 S R203;R203a BELANOVICA 2 (ŽIVKOVCI) - BELANOVICA 1 (VARNICE) 0,111 S 1266 DC R203 BELANOVICA 1 (VARNICE) - RUDNIK 19,900 S R203a BELANOVICA 2 (ŽIVKOVCI) - DAROSAVA 1 16,453 S R203a DAROSAVA 2 - SIBNICA 20,367 S R204 JULINO BRDO - ŽELEZNIK 1 5,270 S R204;R251 ŽELEZNIK 1 - ŽELEZNIK 2 0,576 S R204 ŽELEZNIK 2 - LIPOVAČKA ŠUMA 1 (SREMČICA) 10,761 S R204 RUŠANJ - AVALA 2 (RIPANJ) 19,827 S R204 ŠUPLJA STENA - VRČIN 6,012 S R204 VRČIN - BEĆAREVO BRDO 8,276 S R205 ŽUPANJAC - BOGOVAÐA 1,524 S R205 BOGOVAÐA - MALJEVIĆ 13,273 S R205;R205b MALJEVIĆ - MIONICA 1 (MALJEVIĆ) 2,004 S R205 MIONICA 2 (VAROŠ) - BREŽÐE (OSEČENICA) 11,378 S R205 BREŽÐE (OSEČENICA) - DIVČIBARE 19,056 S R205 DIVČIBARE - SASTAVCI 28,267 S R205a KAONA - DIVČIBARE 7,519 S R205b MALJEVIĆ - LATKOVIĆ 1 13,237 S R205b;R271 LATKOVIĆ 1 - LATKOVIĆ 2 0,460 S R205b LATKOVIĆ 2 - DUDOVICA 1,878 S 1285 DB R205b DUDOVICA - ČIBUTKOVICA 3,500 S R205b ČIBUTKOVICA - ŠUŠNJAR 0,000 S R205b ŠUŠNJAR - LAZAREVAC 2 (ČIBUTKOVICA) 1,200 S R206 DEBRC - BANJANI 1 (DEBRC) 13,745 S R206 BANJANI 2 (UB) - UB 1 (VRELO) 11,051 S R206 UB 1 (VRELO) - NOVACI 12,813 S R206 NOVACI - KOCELJEVA 2 (NOVACI) 9,232 S R206 KOCELJEVA 1 (KAMENICA) - ŠABACKA KAMENICA 7,754 S

121 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R206 ŠABACKA KAMENICA - GRADOJEVIĆ 8,351 S R206a GOLA GLAVA - VALJEVO 1 (DONJA BUKOVICA) 22,270 S R207 PROVO - ZVEZD 2 (PROVO) 5,641 S R207 ZVEZD 1 (VLADIMIRCI) - VLADIMIRCI 6,246 S R207 VLADIMIRCI - DRAGINJE 1 (VLADIMIRCI) 10,507 S R207 DRAGINJE 2 (KAMENICA) - ŠABACKA KAMENICA 9,524 S R207 ŠABACKA KAMENICA - VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 2 (OSLADIĆ) 21,300 S R207;R270a VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 2 (OSLADIĆ) - VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 3 (PRIČEVIĆ) 1,194 S R207 VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 3 (PRIČEVIĆ) - VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 1 3,278 S R208 GLUŠCI - ŠABAC 7 (MAJUR) 20,666 S 1303 DC R208 ŠABAC 7 (MAJUR) - ŠABAC 5 (PETLJA) 3,000 S R208 ŠABAC 6 - ŠABAC 3 (GORNJA VRANJSKA) 1,342 S R208 ŠABAC 3 (GORNJA VRANJSKA) - ZABLAĆE 1 (SINOŠEVIĆ) 16,802 S R208;R210 ZABLAĆE 1 (SINOŠEVIĆ) - ZABLAĆE 2 (MATIJEVAC) 0,140 S R208 ZABLAĆE 2 (MATIJEVAC) - GRADOJEVIĆ 15,434 S 1308 DC R208 GRADOJEVIĆ - OSEČINA 2 (VAROŠ) 17,600 S R208;R211 OSEČINA 1 (JADAR) - OSEČINA 3 (PECKA) 0,854 S R208 OSEČINA 3 (PECKA) - PECKA 2 (OSTRUŽANJ) 12,500 S R208 PECKA 3 (GUNJACI) - GUNJACI 3,400 S R208a PETLOVAČA - DUBLJE 1 (ZMINJAK) 7,600 S R208a;R210a DUBLJE 1 (ZMINJAK) - DUBLJE 2 (BOGATIĆ) 0,257 S R208a DUBLJE 2 (BOGATIĆ) - BOGATIĆ 1 (KLENJE) 4,043 S R208a;R209 BOGATIĆ 1 (KLENJE) - BOGATIĆ 2 (METKOVIĆ) 0,835 S R208a BOGATIĆ 2 (METKOVIĆ) - GLUŠCI 10,015 S R208a GLUŠCI - granica APV (NOĆAJ) 2,531 S R209 ŠABAC 7 (MAJUR) - MAJUR 5,372 S R209 MAJUR - BOGATIĆ 1 (KLENJE) 14,623 S R209 BOGATIĆ 2 (METKOVIĆ) - GLOGOVAC 6,400 S R209;R210 GLOGOVAC - CRNA BARA 1 (BANOVO POLJE) 1,950 S R209 CRNA BARA 1 (BANOVO POLJE) - CRNA BARA 2 (DRINA) 2,293 S R209a BOGATIĆ 1 (KLENJE) - KLENJE 5,200 S R209a;R210a KLENJE - BADOVINCI 5,700 S R209a;R210a BADOVINCI - granica SR/BIH (PAVLOVIĆA ĆUPRIJA) 3,048 S R210 granica APV (CRNA BARA) - CRNA BARA 1 (BANOVO POLJE) 0,847 S R210 GLOGOVAC - BADOVINCI 10,051 S R210 BADOVINCI - PRNJAVOR 10,535 S R210 PRNJAVOR - TEKERIŠ 1 6,006 S R210 VOLUJAC - ZABLAĆE 1 (SINOŠEVIĆ) 6,700 S

122 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R210 ZABLAĆE 2 (MATIJEVAC) - MATIJEVAC 5,200 S R210 LOJANICE - VLADIMIRCI 2,848 S R210a SLEPČEVIĆ - DUBLJE 1 (ZMINJAK) 8,000 S R210a DUBLJE 2 (BOGATIĆ) - KLENJE 3,300 S R211 KRST - KORENITA 3,814 S R211 KORENITA - ŠARENA BUKVA 11,716 S R211 ŠARENA BUKVA - KRUPANJ 3 4,900 S R211 KRUPANJ 3 - KRUPANJ 1 (BRSTICA) 1,000 S R211 KRUPANJ 2 (TOMANJ) - ŠLJIVOVA 8,800 S R211 ŠLJIVOVA - GUNJACI 7,059 S R211 GUNJACI - OSEČINA 3 (PECKA) 11,364 S R211a KRUPANJ 3 - TURSKI GROBOVI 1 (KRUPANJ) 10,750 S R211a ŠARENA BUKVA - RADALJ 13,100 S R211b MANASTIR TRONOŠA - KORENITA 4,025 S R212 KRAGUJEVAC 8 (DIVOSTIN) - BARE 21,086 S R212 BARE - NEVADE 19,220 S R212;R271 GORNJI MILANOVAC - KLATIĆEVO 5,484 S R212 KLATIĆEVO - BERŠIĆI 1 (OZREM) 9,066 S R212;R212a BERŠIĆI 1 (OZREM) - BERŠIĆI 2 (LOŽANJ) 0,561 S R212 BERŠIĆI 2 (LOŽANJ) - BREZNA 1 (SREZOJEVCI) 8,859 S R212;R259 BREZNA 1 (SREZOJEVCI) - BREZNA 2 (LEUŠIĆI) 0,288 S R212 BREZNA 2 (LEUŠIĆI) - PRANJANI 7,652 S R212 PRANJANI - ŠILJKOVICA 20,675 S R212 ŠILJKOVICA - SASTAVCI 11,566 S R212 SASTAVCI - ČESTOBRODICA 4,064 S R212a KADINA LUKA 1 - KADINA LUKA 2 (BA) 1,406 S R212a KADINA LUKA 2 (BA) - BERŠIĆI 1 (OZREM) 22,004 S R212a BERŠIĆI 2 (LOŽANJ) - GORNJI BANJANI 8,065 S R212b DIĆI - LJUTOVNICA 22,986 S R212b;R271 LJUTOVNICA - KLATIĆEVO 1,584 S R212v KNIĆ - BARE 16,977 S R213 VALJEVO 6 (LELIĆ) - VARDA 37,946 S R213;R263 VARDA - JAKALJ 3,610 S R213 JAKALJ - UŽICE 1 (GOSTINICA) 12,000 S R214 RALJA 7 - MALA KRSNA 3,100 S R214 MALA KRSNA - OSIPAONICA 6,239 S R214 OSIPAONICA - KRNJEVO 15,382 S R214 KRNJEVO - VELIKA PLANA 3 8,869 S

123 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R214 VELIKA PLANA 2 - VELIKA PLANA 4 RAZK 0,768 S R214 VELIKA PLANA 4 - VELIKA PLANA 2 RAZK 0,768 S R214 VELIKA PLANA 4 - MARKOVAC 2 10,632 S R214 MARKOVAC 3 - BATOČINA 2 9,882 S R214 BATOČINA 2 - JAGODINA 2 24,282 S R214 JAGODINA 2 - JAGODINA 3 0,789 S R214 JAGODINA 3 - JAGODINA 4 (BRESJE) RAZK 1,611 S R214 JAGODINA 4 (BRESJE) - JAGODINA 3 RAZK 1,611 S R214 JAGODINA 4 (BRESJE) - MIJATOVAC 3,385 S R214 MIJATOVAC - ĆUPRIJA 2 4,564 S R214 ĆUPRIJA 2 - ĆUPRIJA 3 0,335 S R214 ĆUPRIJA 3 - PARAĆIN 2 7,529 S R214 PARAĆIN 2 - PARAĆIN 3 RAZK 1,200 S R214 PARAĆIN 3 - PARAĆIN 2 RAZK 1,200 S R214 PARAĆIN 3 - POJATE 2 13,271 S R214 POJATE 2 - NOVI BRAĆIN 5,700 S R214 NOVI BRAĆIN - RAŽANJ 2 7,601 S R214 RAŽANJ 2 - DELIGRAD 8,584 S R214 DELIGRAD - ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR 11,539 S 1388 DF R214 ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR - ALEKSINAC 2 4,300 S R214 ALEKSINAC 3 - KATUN 7,900 S R214 KATUN - GORNJA TOPONICA 11,200 S R214 GORNJA TOPONICA - NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) 7,973 S 1392 DF R214 NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) - NIŠ 8 RAZK 4,120 S 1393 DF R214 NIŠ 8 - NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) RAZK 4,120 S 1394 DF R214 NIŠ 8 - NIŠ 9 0,300 S 1395 DF R214 NIŠ 9 - NIŠ 10 RAZK 1,800 S 1396 DF R214 NIŠ 10 - NIŠ 9 RAZK 1,800 S R214 NIŠ 10 - NIŠ 11 0,864 S R214 NIŠ 11 - NIŠ 12 RAZK 2,100 S R214 NIŠ 12 - NIŠ 11 RAZK 2,100 S R214 NIŠ 12 - ORLJANE 13,736 S R214 ORLJANE - DOLJEVAC 2 2,572 S R214 DOLJEVAC 2 - BRESTOVAC 2 6,280 S R214;R242 BRESTOVAC 2 - BRESTOVAC 3 0,912 S R214 BRESTOVAC 3 - LESKOVAC 3 18,514 S 1405 DF R214 LESKOVAC 7 (GRDELICA) - GRDELICA 2 12,700 S R214 GRDELICA 3 - PREDEJANE (VAROŠ) 10,156 S

124 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R214 PREDEJANE (VAROŠ) - DŽEP 7,640 S R214 DŽEP - VLADIČIN HAN 2 11,700 S R214 REPNICE - LEPENICA 4,215 S R214 BAČVIŠTE (STUBAL) - RANUTOVAC 2 12,369 S R214 RANUTOVAC 2 - RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 0,214 S 1412 DF R214 RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - VRANJE 2 5,400 S R214;R223 VRANJE 2 - VRANJE 3 RAZK 1,400 S R214;R223 VRANJE 3 - VRANJE 2 RAZK 1,400 S R214 VRANJE 3 - DAVIDOVAC 2 9,891 S R214 DAVIDOVAC 3 - BUJANOVAC 4 5,594 S R214 BUJANOVAC 4 - ČUKARKA 2 20,000 S R214 ČUKARKA 2 - granica SR/BJRM (TABANOVCE) 4,300 S R214a OSIPAONICA - POŽAREVAC 2 11,000 S R214a POŽAREVAC 2 - POŽAREVAC 10 3,063 S R214a POŽAREVAC 8 - POŽAREVAC 5 3,300 S 1422 DC R215;R215a ARANĐELOVAC 5 - ARANĐELOVAC 8 0,194 S 1423 DC R215 ARANĐELOVAC 8 - DONJA ŠATORNJA 2 (DONJA TREŠNJEVICA) 18,600 S R215 DONJA ŠATORNJA 1 - VLAKČA 15,593 S R215 GORNJA TRNAVA - RAČA 1 24,707 S 1426 DC R215a TOPOLA 3 - ARANĐELOVAC 8 11,400 S R215a ARANÐELOVAC 2 (BUKULJA) - ARANĐELOVAC 6 1,300 S R215a ARANĐELOVAC 7 - BUKULJA 3,900 S R216 ĆUPRIJA 4 - DESPOTOVAC 1 (VOJNIK) 22,470 S R216 VODNA - KREPOLJIN 31,834 S R217 MIJATOVAC - VARVARIN 1 (ĆIĆEVAC) 27,451 S 1432 DE R217;R220 VARVARIN 1 (ĆIĆEVAC) - VARVARIN 2 (BAČINA) 0,148 S R217 VARVARIN 2 (BAČINA) - JASIKA 2 18,371 S R217 JASIKA 2 - VELIKA DRENOVA 1 (STRAGARI) 13,900 S R217;R218 VELIKA DRENOVA 1 (STRAGARI) - VELIKA DRENOVA 2 (SELIŠTE) 0,560 S R217 VELIKA DRENOVA 2 (SELIŠTE) - GRABOVAC 1 (TRSTENIK) 12,340 S R217;R219 GRABOVAC 1 (TRSTENIK) - GRABOVAC 2 (PRNJAVOR) 0,283 S R217 GRABOVAC 2 (PRNJAVOR) - UGLJAREVO 8,511 S R217 UGLJAREVO - VITANOVAC 12,366 S R218 JAGODINA 4 (BRESJE) - LOČIKA 12,113 S R218 LOČIKA - BELUŠIĆ 1 (LOČIKA) 14,037 S R218 BELUŠIĆ 2 (OPARIĆ) - OPARIĆ 1 6,043 S R218;R220 OPARIĆ 1 - OPARIĆ 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) 0,093 S R218 OPARIĆ 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) - VELIKA DRENOVA 1 (STRAGARI) 17,700 S

125 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R218 VELIKA DRENOVA 2 (SELIŠTE) - SELIŠTE (ZAPADNA MORAVA) 4,300 S R218 STOPANJA 2 (ZAPADNA MORAVA) - STOPANJA 1 (DONJA OMASNICA) 2,600 S R218 STOPANJA 1 (DONJA OMASNICA) - VITKOVO 18,816 S R218 VITKOVO - BRUS 1 13,300 S R218;R222 BRUS 1 - BRUS 2 (KOBILJE) 0,076 S R218 BRUS 2 (KOBILJE) - BRZEĆE 17,552 S R218 BRZEĆE - BLAŽEVO 12,100 S R218 BLAŽEVO - MERĆEZ 17,200 S R218 MERĆEZ - KURŠUMLIJA 2 (MAČKOVAC) 24,208 S R218;R222 KURŠUMLIJA 2 (MAČKOVAC) - KURŠUMLIJA 3 (MARKOVICE) 0,092 S R218 KURŠUMLIJA 3 (MARKOVICE) - granica APKM (PREPOLAC) 11,700 S R218a BRZEĆE - KOPAONIK 17,693 S R218b MERĆEZ - granica APKM (ŠTAVA) 17,100 S R219 REKOVAC - PREVEŠT 1 18,030 S R219;R220 PREVEŠT 1 - PREVEŠT 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) 0,251 S R219 PREVEŠT 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) - GRABOVAC 2 (PRNJAVOR) 19,283 S R219 GRABOVAC 1 (TRSTENIK) - TRSTENIK 2,706 S 1462 DE R220 ĆIĆEVAC - VARVARIN 1 (ĆIĆEVAC) 5,800 S R220 VARVARIN 2 (BAČINA) - DONJI KRČIN 1 (VARVARIN) 18,433 S R220 DONJI KRČIN 2 (OPARIĆ) - OPARIĆ 1 7,030 S R220 OPARIĆ 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) - PREVEŠT 2 (LEPOJEVIĆ) 6,405 S R220 PREVEŠT 1 - KALENIČKI PRNJAVOR 4,436 S R221 DELIGRAD - KAONIK (ÐUNIS) 11,345 S R221 KAONIK (ÐUNIS) - RIBARE 15,745 S R221 RIBARE - VUKANJA 9,630 S R221 VUKANJA - KLISURICA 4,900 S R221 KLISURICA - PROKUPLJE 2 (STRAŽAVA) 16,763 S R221 PROKUPLJE 1 (ORLJANE) - ORLJANE 21,227 S R221a RIBARE - RIBARSKA BANJA 2,799 S R221b KAONIK (ÐUNIS) - KRUŠEVAC 7 12,400 S R221b KRUŠEVAC 7 - KRUŠEVAC 4 (KAONIK) RAZK 1,600 S R221b KRUŠEVAC 4 (KAONIK) - KRUŠEVAC 7 RAZK 1,600 S R222;R224 VRNJCI - VRNJAČKA BANJA 6,600 S R222 VRNJAČKA BANJA - STANIŠINCI 9,900 S R222 STANIŠINCI - GRČAK 14,477 S R222 BOTURIĆI - BRUS 2 (KOBILJE) 10,834 S R222 BRUS 1 - RAVNI 16,758 S 1482 DF R222 BLACE 2 (BARBATOVAC) - KURŠUMLIJA 2 (MAČKOVAC) 21,500 S

126 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K 1483 DF R222 KURŠUMLIJA 3 (MARKOVICE) - KURŠUMLIJA 1 1,900 S 1484 DF R222 RUDARE - PROLOM 10,100 S R222 PROLOM - GAJTANSKA VRATA 0,000 S R222 GAJTANSKA VRATA - NEGOSAVLJE 21,800 S R223 KRUŠEVAC 5 - POTOČIĆ 2 (MALA PLANA) 60,183 S 1488 DF R223 PROKUPLJE 3 - PROKUPLJE 5 (ŽITORAĐA) 1,293 S R223 PROKUPLJE 5 (ŽITORAĐA) - ZLATA 33,603 S R223 ZLATA - BOJNIK 2 (ZELETOVO) 8,965 S R223;R242 BOJNIK 2 (ZELETOVO) - BOJNIK 1 (KAMENICA) 0,370 S R223 DRAGOVAC - LEBANE 2 11,097 S 1493 DF R223 LEBANE 1 (ŠUMANE) - GAGINCE 17,800 S R223 GAGINCE - granica APKM (RAVNI DEL) 0,000 S R223 granica APKM (TRSTENA) - VLASE 0,000 S R223 UŠEVCE - VRANJE 2 19,900 S R223 VRANJE 3 - VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 1,823 S R223 VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) - VRANJE 3 RAZK 1,823 S R223 VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) - DONJI STAJEVAC 36,136 S R223a ZLATA - ŽITORAÐA 17,139 S R224 UGLJAREVO - NOVO SELO 3,300 S R224 VRNJAČKA BANJA - GOČ 1 (STANIŠINCI) 10,500 S R224;R225 GOČ 1 (STANIŠINCI) - GOČ 2 (BREZNA) 2,400 S R224 GOČ 2 (BREZNA) - BARE 45,300 S R225 KRALJEVO 5 (BERANOVAC) - GOČ 2 (BREZNA) 35,500 S R225 GOČ 1 (STANIŠINCI) - STANIŠINCI 5,200 S R225a KRALJEVO 4 (ŽIČA) - MATARUŠKA BANJA 9,303 S R226 PRANJANI - TRBUŠANI 17,768 S R226 TRBUŠANI - ČAČAK 3 (PRIJEVOR) 3,379 S R226 ČAČAK 3 (PRIJEVOR) - ČAČAK 4 2,091 S R226 ČAČAK 4 - ČAČAK 5 RAZK 0,309 S R226 ČAČAK 5 - ČAČAK 4 RAZK 0,309 S R226 ČAČAK 5 - ČAČAK 2 (KULINOVCI) 1,200 S R226 ČAČAK 2 (KULINOVCI) - DRAKČIĆI 27,000 S R226 DRAKČIĆI - KRALJEVO 7 (DRAKČIĆI) 4,300 S R227 KRATOVSKA STENA - LUČANI 1,296 S R227 LUČANI - LIS 8,996 S R227 LIS - GUČA 1 (TURICA) 5,733 S R227 GUČA 2 (KAONA) - KAONA (GORNJI DUBAC) 17,339 S R227 KAONA (GORNJI DUBAC) - DRAKČIĆI 18,678 S

127 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R227a LUČANI - PAKOVRAČE (MARKOVICA) 16,971 S R227b KAONA (GORNJI DUBAC) - LUČKA REKA 33,000 S R228 LIS - ARILJE 12,555 S R228 ARILJE - LJUBIŠ 43,900 S R228;R230 LJUBIŠ - JASENOVO 16,800 S R228 JASENOVO - KOKIN BROD 2 (ZLATARSKO JEZERO) 16,900 S R228 KOKIN BROD 1 (PRIBOJSKA BANJA) - PRIBOJSKA BANJA 25,962 S R230 BELA ZEMLJA - TRNAVA (SIROGOJNO) 19,710 S R230 TRNAVA (SIROGOJNO) - LJUBIŠ 15,464 S R230 JASENOVO - PRILIKE 35,441 S R231 NOVA VAROŠ - ALJINOVIĆI 21,043 S R231 SJENICA 3 (MEDARE) - KARAJUKIĆA BUNARI 26,300 S R231a;R236 UGAO - ŠIPČE 9,900 S R231a ŠIPČE - TUTIN 2 (VELE POLJE) 18,900 S R232 MIJOSKA - MATARUGE 12,300 S R232 MATARUGE - granica SR/CG (BRAJKOVAC) 0,000 S R233 RUDNO - BRVENIK 22,400 S 1538 DG R234 RAŠKA 1 (TRNAVA) - NOVI PAZAR 1 (VRANOVINA) 41,500 S R234 NOVI PAZAR 4 (OSOJE) - BRÐANI 11,400 S R234 BRÐANI - granica APKM (KAŠALJ) 0,000 S R235 NOVI PAZAR 3 (BANJA) - granica APKM (LOPUŽNJE) 25,500 S R236 PAZARIŠTE - ŠIPČE 34,000 S R237 ČUKARKA 2 - ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) 0,614 S R237 PREŠEVO - granica APKM (STANEVCE) 10,600 S R238 TRGOVIŠTE - granica SR/BJRM (KALOVO) 10,500 S R239 GLOŽJE (GOLEMA REKA) - VRANJSKA BANJA 1 63,200 S R239 VRANJSKA BANJA 1 - RANUTOVAC 2 1,563 S R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 1 - VRANJSKA BANJA 2 0,110 S R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 2 - VRANJSKA BANJA 3 RAZK 1,800 S R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 3 - VRANJSKA BANJA 2 RAZK 1,800 S R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 3 - VRANJSKA BANJA 4 0,139 S 1552 DF R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 4 - VRANJSKA BANJA 5 RAZK 0,139 S 1553 DF R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 5 - VRANJSKA BANJA 4 RAZK 0,139 S R240 PREDEJANE (VAROŠ) - CRNA TRAVA 28,436 S R241 NIŠ 7 (NIŠKA BANJA) - NIŠKA BANJA 3,705 S R241 NIŠKA BANJA - NIKOLA TESLA RAZK 1,400 S R241 NIKOLA TESLA - NIŠKA BANJA RAZK 1,400 S R241 NIKOLA TESLA - GADŽIN HAN 12,800 S

128 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R241 GADŽIN HAN - LIČJE 19,415 S R241 LIČJE - BONJINCE 18,913 S R241a NIŠKA BANJA - CRVENA REKA 22,087 S R242 GADŽIN HAN - BRESTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 17,450 S R242 BRESTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - BRESTOVAC 3 0,450 S R242 BRESTOVAC 2 - BOJNIK 2 (ZELETOVO) 21,572 S R242 BOJNIK 1 (KAMENICA) - MIJAJLICA 9,514 S R242 MIJAJLICA - CARIČIN GRAD 2,525 S R242 CARIČIN GRAD - SLIŠANE 9,715 S R242a MIJAJLICA - RADAN 13,083 S R242b CARIČIN GRAD - KRIVAČA 8,028 S R243 KATUN - DONJI KRUPAC (DOBRUJEVAC) 7,200 S R243 VELE POLJE - POPŠICA 15,200 S R243 POPŠICA - SVRLJIG 14,465 S R243 SVRLJIG - PERIŠ 18,358 S R243 PERIŠ - JALOVIK 11,309 S R243 KALNA - granica SR/BUG (RAVNO BUČJE) 16,100 S R244 PERIŠ - BELA PALANKA 1 23,800 S R244 BELA PALANKA 1 - BELA PALANKA 2 1,626 S R244 BELA PALANKA 2 - DONJI STRIŽEVAC 18,474 S R244 BABUŠNICA - TRNSKI ODOROVCI 32,009 S R244 TRNSKI ODOROVCI - PETAČINCI 11,000 S R244 PETAČINCI - DIMITROVGRAD 21,500 S R244a SUKOVO - TRNSKI ODOROVCI 16,709 S R245 DOLJEVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - DOLJEVAC 2 1,653 S R245 DOLJEVAC 2 - ŽITORAÐA 10,438 S R245 ŽITORAÐA - PROKUPLJE 5 (ŽITORAĐA) 10,518 S R245a MEROŠINA 2 (ROZINA) - KLISURICA 21,000 S R246 POPŠICA - KNJAŽEVAC 3 (GLOGOVAC) 37,630 S R247 BRESTOVAČKA BANJA - ZLOT 12,416 S R247 ZLOT - VALAKONJE 16,309 S R247 VALAKONJE - BOLJEVAC 3 6,310 S R247;R261 BOLJEVAC 3 - BOLJEVAC 4 (BOLJEVAC SELO) 0,074 S R247 BOLJEVAC 4 (BOLJEVAC SELO) - BUČJE 25,772 S R247 BUČJE - DONJA SOKOLOVICA 3,461 S R247 DONJA SOKOLOVICA - KNJAŽEVAC 5 (ŠTIPINA) 12,970 S R247 KNJAŽEVAC 5 (ŠTIPINA) - KNJAŽEVAC 4 (KALIČINA) 1,857 S R247a DONJA SOKOLOVICA - DEBELICA 10,158 S

129 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R247a DEBELICA - MINIĆEVO 2 (DEBELICA) 1,952 S R247a MINIĆEVO 1 (VITKOVAC) - granica SR/BUG (KADIBOGAZ) 17,683 S R247b KNJAŽEVAC 5 (ŠTIPINA) - DEBELICA 9,900 S R247b DEBELICA - VRATARNICA 15,200 S R248 BREGOVO - ROGLJEVO 7,900 S R248;R248a ROGLJEVO - CRNOMASNICA 5,900 S R248 CRNOMASNICA - BRAĆEVAC 1 6,700 S 1604 DD R248;R248a BRAĆEVAC 1 - BRAĆEVAC 2 0,075 S R248 BRAĆEVAC 2 - ZAJEČAR 8 (VELIKI IZVOR) 35,268 S R248 ZAJEČAR 8 (VELIKI IZVOR) - ZAJEČAR 2 3,746 S R248 ZAJEČAR 1 (ŠLJIVAR) - BUČJE 35,400 S R248a granica BUG/SR (KOVILOVO) - ROGLJEVO 5,700 S R248a CRNOMASNICA - BRAĆEVAC 2 3,100 S R248a BRAĆEVAC 1 - VELIKA JASIKOVA 0,000 S R248a VELIKA JASIKOVA - JASIKOVA 1 4,200 S R248a JASIKOVA 1 - JASIKOVA 2 0,827 S R249 ŠTUBIK - SLATINSKA REKA (SLATINA) 24,011 S R251 KRUŽNI PUT 2 (LEŠTANE) - BUBANJ POTOK 5,780 S R251 BUBANJ POTOK - BELI POTOK 5,010 S R251 BELI POTOK - KRUŽNI PUT 1 (KNEŽEVAC) 9,480 S R251 KRUŽNI PUT 1 (KNEŽEVAC) - ŽELEZNIK 1 3,547 S R251 ŽELEZNIK 2 - ŽELEZNIK 1 2,035 S R252 ZLATIBOR - SEMEGNJEVO 15,314 S R253 RZAV - RIBNIČKO JEZERO 6,049 S 1621 DD R254 SAMARINOVAC - RADUJEVAC 10,800 S R255 STRAŽA - BREZOVICA 20,300 S R256 TURIJA - MALEŠEVO 17,836 S R257 LIPNIČKI ŠOR - TEKERIŠ 2 (JUGOVIĆI) 25,458 S R258 MAĆEDONCE - SIJARINSKA BANJA 4,949 S R259 VALJEVO 7 (OBILAZNICA) - BREŽÐE (OSEČENICA) 17,185 S R259 BREŽÐE (OSEČENICA) - SRASLA BUKVA 16,600 S 1628 DE R259 SRASLA BUKVA - BREZNA 2 (LEUŠIĆI) 15,200 S R259 BREZNA 1 (SREZOJEVCI) - TRBUŠANI 19,157 S R259a SRASLA BUKVA - KADINA LUKA 2 (BA) 13,250 S R260;N1 TRNJANE - SALAŠ 4 11,500 S R260 SALAŠ 3 (SIKOLE) - PLAVNA 23,000 S R261 LUBNICA - BOLJEVAC 3 28,800 S R261 BOLJEVAC 4 (BOLJEVAC SELO) - BOLJEVAC 2 0,133 S

130 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R261 BOLJEVAC 2 - BOLJEVAC 1 1,500 S R262 BELA PALANKA 2 - SADIKOV BUNAR 20,838 S R263 UŽICE 2 (TVRDIĆI) - KOSJERIĆ 2 36,011 S R263 KOSJERIĆ 1 (SELO) - VARDA 16,560 S R263 JAKALJ - KOSTOJEVIĆI 8,109 S R265 NOVI BANOVCI - BATAJNICA 4 4,444 S R266 AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA" - SURČIN 1 (AERODROM "NIKOLA TESLA") 5,627 S R267 BATAJNICA 4 - DOBANOVCI 1 (AUTOPUT) 10,401 S R267 DOBANOVCI 1 (AUTOPUT) - SURČIN 2 7,831 S R267 BEČMEN - PROGAR 15,927 S 1645 DB R267 KRTINSKA VODOZAHVAT - OBRENOVAC 3 (KRTINSKA) 9,800 S R268 TRŠIĆ - ŽERAVIJA (TRŠIĆ) 3,577 S R269 ZAJAČA - GUČEVO 0,000 S R269 GUČEVO - BANJA KOVILJAČA 12,487 S R270 POPUČKE 2 - UB 3 (DUPLJAJ) 23,496 S R270 UB 2 (STUBLENICA) - BRGULE 15,855 S R270a UB 2 (STUBLENICA) - ČUČUGE 10,792 S R270a PAMBUKOVICA - DRUŽETIĆ 7,508 S R270a DRUŽETIĆ - VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 3 (PRIČEVIĆ) 18,992 S R270a VALJEVSKA KAMENICA 2 (OSLADIĆ) - TUÐIN 8,187 S R271 LAJKOVAC 1 - BOGOVAÐA 6,708 S R271 BOGOVAÐA - LATKOVIĆ 1 6,040 S 1657 DC R271 LATKOVIĆ 2 - LJIG 2 7,400 S R271 UGRINOVCI - LJUTOVNICA 15,600 S R272 KUMANICA - SUŠICA 35,700 S R273 POPOVAC - DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) 5,208 S 1661 DF R274 MALČA - NIŠ 13 18,400 S R274 NIŠ 13 - NIŠ 14 (SINĐELIĆEV TRG) RAZK 1,100 S R274 NIŠ 14 (SINĐELIĆEV TRG) - NIŠ 13 RAZK 1,100 S 1664 DF018/DF R274 NIŠ 14 (SINĐELIĆEV TRG) - NIŠ 15 (TRG KRALJA ALEKSANDRA) RAZK 1,100 S 1665 DF018/DF R274 NIŠ 15 (TRG KRALJA ALEKSANDRA) - NIŠ 14 (SINĐELIĆEV TRG) RAZK 1,100 S 1666 DF R274 NIŠ 15 (TRG KRALJA ALEKSANDRA) - NIŠ 9 RAZK 0,272 S 1667 DF R274 NIŠ 9 - NIŠ 15 (TRG KRALJA ALEKSANDRA) RAZK 0,272 S R275 ALEKSANDROVAC - ORLJEVO 1 (MIRIJEVO) 10,465 S R275 ORLJEVO 2 (RAŠANAC) - RAŠANAC 2,752 S R276 ČAČAK 3 (PRIJEVOR) - ŠILJKOVICA 29,887 S R277 TULARE - VELIKA BRAINA 6,800 S R278 NEGOTIN 5 - NEGOTIN 2 1,400 S

131 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K 1673 DD R278 NEGOTIN 4 - RADUJEVAC 11,600 S R279 ZLOTSKA PEĆINA - ZLOT 2,903 S R280 MANASTIR MANASIJA - DESPOTOVAC 2 (MANASTIR MANASIJA) 2,237 S N1 DUŠANOVAC - SAMARINOVAC 7,200 S N1 SAMARINOVAC - NEGOTIN 3 4,700 S N1 BUKOVO 1 - KARBULOVO 2,900 S N1 SALAŠ 2 - JASIKOVA 2 2,100 S N1 JASIKOVA 2 - RGOTINA 1 15,200 S N1 RGOTINA 1 - RGOTINA 2 3,700 S N1 RGOTINA 2 - VRAŽOGRNAC 2 5,600 S N2 PRHOVO - ŠIMANOVCI (AUTOPUT) 10,015 V N3 RIÐICA - SVETOZAR MILETIĆ 18,364 V N3 SVETOZAR MILETIĆ - KLJAJIĆEVO 1 (ČONOPLJA) 11,443 V N4 BAŠAID 2 (TORDA) - BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO 13,404 V N4 BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO - NOVI ITEBEJ (BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO) 9,014 V N5 GAJDOBRA - ČELAREVO 12,800 V N6 NEUZINA 1 - SECANJ 2 (NEUZINA) 4,570 V N7 SRPSKI ITEBEJ - granica SR/RUM (MEÐA) 11,867 V N8 SECANJ 1 (JAŠA TOMIĆ) - JAŠA TOMIĆ 11,894 V N9 TURSKI GROBOVI 2 (BRSTICA) - ŠARENA BUKVA 5,540 S N10 TRNAVA (SIROGOJNO) - SIROGOJNO 3,599 S N11 HORGOŠ 1 (PETLJA) - HORGOŠ 3 (MALE PIJACE) 0,817 V N12 SUBOTICA 1 (OBILAZNICA) - SUBOTICA 6 (OBILAZNICA) 4,900 V N12 SUBOTICA 6 (OBILAZNICA) - BIKOVO 5,800 V N13 VELEBIT - ZIMONIĆ 6,800 V N14 SOMBOR 2 (OBILAZNICA) - SOMBOR 8 3,900 V N14 SOMBOR 8 - SOMBOR 7 0,722 V N14 SOMBOR 4 (STAPAR) - SOMBOR 8 0,428 V N15 ZRENJANIN 1 (OBILAZNICA) - ZRENJANIN 7 (ARADAC) 3,600 V N15 ZRENJANIN 7 (ARADAC) - ZRENJANIN 9 1,300 V N16 DOBANOVCI 2 (AUTOPUT) - OSTRUŽNICA RAZK 14,000 S N16 OSTRUŽNICA - DOBANOVCI 2 (AUTOPUT) RAZK 14,000 S N17 granica BIH/SR (BRATUNAC) - LJUBOVIJA 1 (BRATUNAC) 0,300 S N18 KRALJEVO 8 - RATINA 3,700 S N19 ČITLUK - KRUŠEVAC 2 3,100 S N19 KRUŠEVAC 2 - KRUŠEVAC 8 0,856 S N19 KRUŠEVAC 8 - KRUŠEVAC 9 RAZK 1,200 S N19 KRUŠEVAC 9 - KRUŠEVAC 8 RAZK 1,200 S

132 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K N19 KRUŠEVAC 9 - MAKREŠANE 5,744 S N20 granica SR/BIH (USTIBAR) - granica SR/BIH (UVAC) 8,100 S N21 MEROŠINA 1 (ALEKSANDROVO) - NIŠ 12 8,200 S N21 NIŠ 12 - NIŠ 2 (POPOVAC) 1,800 S N22 PEČENJEVCE - LESKOVAC 6 (MALA KOPAŠNICA) 14,200 S N22 LESKOVAC 6 (MALA KOPAŠNICA) - MALA KOPAŠNICA 9,300 S N23 BUJANOVAC 3 - VELIKI TRNOVAC 1 2,600 S M2 granica APKM (VITKOVIĆI) - ZUBIN POTOK 17,513 K M2 ZUBIN POTOK - K.MITROVICA 1 (GORNJA KLINA) 16,912 K M2 K.MITROVICA 1 (GORNJA KLINA) - K.MITROVICA 3 (LEPOSAVIĆ) 1,982 K M2 K.MITROVICA 3 (LEPOSAVIĆ) - VUČITRN 1 (POLJANCE) 8,345 K M2 VUČITRN 1 (POLJANCE) - NEDAKOVAC 5,393 K M2 NEDAKOVAC - MILOŠEVO 1 (LEBANE) 11,752 K M2 MILOŠEVO 1 (LEBANE) - ORLOVIĆ 5,837 K M2 ORLOVIĆ - PRIŠTINA 1 (PEĆ) 3,211 K M2;M25 PRIŠTINA 1 (PEĆ) - ČAGLAVICA 2,864 K M2;M25 ČAGLAVICA - LAPLJE SELO 7,785 K M2 LAPLJE SELO - KONJUH 5,118 K M2 KONJUH - LUGAĐIJA 3,592 K M2 LUGAĐIJA - UROŠEVAC 1 (GNJILANE) 14,620 K M2 UROŠEVAC 1 (GNJILANE) - GRLICA 5,720 K M2 GRLICA - DOGANOVIĆ 1 (ŠTRPCE) 4,482 K M2 DOGANOVIĆ 1 (ŠTRPCE) - granica APKM/BJRM (ĐENERAL JANKOVIĆ) 19,144 K M9 granica CG/APKM (BJELUHA) - PEĆ 1 (DEČANI) 25,027 K M9 PEĆ 1 (DEČANI) - PEĆ 2 (VITOMIRICA) 0,433 K M9 PEĆ 2 (VITOMIRICA) - JABLANICA 19,794 K M9 JABLANICA - ZAIMOVO 4,436 K M9 ZAIMOVO - DOLAC 1 (KLINA) 1,716 K M9 DOLAC 1 (KLINA) - DOLAC 2 (HRAMOVIK) 0,626 K M9 DOLAC 2 (HRAMOVIK) - KIJEVO 12,252 K M9 KIJEVO - LAPUŠNIK 11,498 K M9 LAPUŠNIK - KOMORAN 5,981 K M9 KOMORAN - VELIKA SLATINA 1 (MAGURA) 10,743 K M9;R120 VELIKA SLATINA 1 (MAGURA) - VELIKA SLATINA 2 (OBILIĆ) 0,286 K M9 VELIKA SLATINA 2 (OBILIĆ) - PRIŠTINA 1 (PEĆ) 12,313 K M9;M25 PRIŠTINA 1 (PEĆ) - PRIŠTINA 2 (LEBANE) 3,163 K M9 PRIŠTINA 2 (LEBANE) - granica APKM (MUTIVODE) 33,344 K M9.1 DOLAC 2 (HRAMOVIK) - HRAMOVIK 13,721 K

133 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M9.1 HRAMOVIK - ĐAKOVICA 1 (BISTRICA) 17,410 K M9.1 ĐAKOVICA 1 (BISTRICA) - ĐAKOVICA 2 (ĆAFA PRUŠIT) 1,827 K M9.1 ĐAKOVICA 2 (ĆAFA PRUŠIT) - PONOŠEVAC 13,404 K M9.1 PONOŠEVAC - granica APKM/ALB (MORINA) 5,500 K M22.3 granica APKM (JARINJE) - DREN 13,797 K M22.3 DREN - BALABAN 25,859 K M22.3 BALABAN - KOSOVSKA MITROVICA 4 (TREPČA) 13,053 K M22.3 KOSOVSKA MITROVICA 4 (TREPČA) - K.MITROVICA 3 (LEPOSAVIĆ) 1,149 K M25 granica APKM (MERDARE) - PODUJEVO 1 (KRPIMEJ) 7,838 K M25 PODUJEVO 1 (KRPIMEJ) - PODUJEVO 2 (LAPAŠTICA) 7,473 K M25 PODUJEVO 2 (LAPAŠTICA) - LUŽANE 0,696 K M25 LUŽANE - LEBANE 8,744 K M25 LEBANE - PRIŠTINA 2 (LEBANE) 9,043 K M25 LAPLJE SELO - LIPLJAN 1 (JANJEVO) 4,613 K M25;R120 LIPLJAN 1 (JANJEVO) - LIPLJAN 2 (MAGURA) 1,919 K M25 LIPLJAN 2 (MAGURA) - MLADENOV HAN 5,221 K M25 MLADENOV HAN - ŠTIMLJE 5,628 K M25 ŠTIMLJE - CRNOLJEVO 6,945 K M25 CRNOLJEVO - DULJE 11,580 K M25 DULJE - SUVA REKA 1 (STUDENČANE) 7,684 K M25 SUVA REKA 1 (STUDENČANE) - SUVA REKA 2(MUŠUTIŠTE) 2,691 K M25 SUVA REKA 2(MUŠUTIŠTE) - PRIZREN 1 (BREZOVICA) 16,425 K M25 PRIZREN 1 (BREZOVICA) - PRIZREN 2 (LANDOVICA) 0,870 K M25 PRIZREN 2 (LANDOVICA) - ŽUR 11,130 K M25 ŽUR - granica APKM/ALB (VRBICA) 6,272 K M25.2 ČAGLAVICA - LABLJANE 24,142 K M25.2 LABLJANE - BRAŠALJCE 10,940 K M25.2 BRAŠALJCE - GNJILANE 1 (KLOKOT) 8,255 K M25.2;M25.3 GNJILANE 1 (KLOKOT) - GNJILANE 2 (DOBRČANE) 0,084 K M25.2 GNJILANE 2 (DOBRČANE) - granica APKM (DEPČE) 16,261 K M25.3 ŠTIMLJE - KOŠARE 5,184 K M25.3 KOŠARE - UROŠEVAC 2 (JEZERCE) 7,182 K M25.3 UROŠEVAC 2 (JEZERCE) - UROŠEVAC 1 (GNJILANE) 2,590 K M25.3 UROŠEVAC 1 (GNJILANE) - KLOKOT 17,379 K M25.3 KLOKOT - LIVOČ 8,615 K M25.3 LIVOČ - GNJILANE 1 (KLOKOT) 5,252 K M25.3 GNJILANE 2 (DOBRČANE) - GNJILANE 3 (GORNJE MAKREŠANE) 0,148 K M25.3 GNJILANE 3 (GORNJE MAKREŠANE) - DONJE KORMINJANE 16,971 K

134 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K M25.3 DONJE KORMINJANE - DOMOROVCE 2,092 K M25.3 DOMOROVCE - granica APKM (KONČULJ) 2,033 K R101 K.MITROVICA 1 (GORNJA KLINA) - GORNJA KLINA 15,223 K R101 GORNJA KLINA - PADALIŠTE 19,012 K R101 PADALIŠTE - BELO POLJE 4,496 K R101 BELO POLJE - ĐURAKOVAC 1 (ISTOK) 9,832 K R101;R104 ĐURAKOVAC 1 (ISTOK) - ĐURAKOVAC 2 (KLINA) 0,232 K R101 ĐURAKOVAC 2 (KLINA) - BANJICA 7,438 K R101 BANJICA - VITOMIRICA 6,934 K R101 VITOMIRICA - PEĆ 2 (VITOMIRICA) 2,826 K R102 GORNJA KLINA - SRBICA 6,366 K R102;R105 SRBICA - POLJANCE 1,702 K R102 POLJANCE - KOMORAN 20,547 K R102 KOMORAN - CRNOLJEVO 0,000 K R103 BELO POLJE - ISTOK 7,681 K R103 ISTOK - BANJICA 14,070 K R104 ISTOK - ĐURAKOVAC 1 (ISTOK) 6,707 K R104 ĐURAKOVAC 2 (KLINA) - KLINA 15,211 K R104 KLINA - DOLAC 1 (KLINA) 3,030 K R105 KLINA - SRBICA 26,591 K R105 POLJANCE - VUČITRN 2 (OBILIĆ) 0,000 K R105;R220 VUČITRN 2 (OBILIĆ) - VUČITRN 3 (K.MITROVICA) 0,000 K R105 VUČITRN 3 (K.MITROVICA) - VUČITRN 1 (POLJANCE) 0,000 K R106 VITOMIRICA - granica CG/APKM (KULA) 26,423 K R107 PEĆ 1 (DEČANI) - RAUŠIĆ 5,163 K R107 RAUŠIĆ - DEČANI 1 (LUMBARDA) 8,453 K R107 DEČANI 1 (LUMBARDA) - DEČANI 2 (V.DEČANI) 0,454 K R107 DEČANI 2 (V.DEČANI) - DEČANI 3 (JUNIK) 1,188 K R107 DEČANI 3 (JUNIK) - RASTOVICA 5,355 K R107 RASTOVICA - ĐAKOVICA 1 (BISTRICA) 14,587 K R107 ĐAKOVICA 1 (BISTRICA) - BISTRAŽIN 8,295 K R107 BISTRAŽIN - ZRZE 1 (HRAMOVIK) 3,616 K R107 ZRZE 1 (HRAMOVIK) - ZRZE 2 (ORAHOVAC) 0,911 K R107 ZRZE 2 (ORAHOVAC) - VELIKA KRUŠA 7,654 K R107 VELIKA KRUŠA - PIRANE 4,144 K R107 PIRANE - LANDOVICA 3,298 K R107 LANDOVICA - PRIZREN 2 (LANDOVICA) 7,980 K R108 DEČANI 2 (V.DEČANI) - VISOKI DEČANI 2,051 K

135 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R108 VISOKI DEČANI - granica APKM/CG (KOZNJER) 0,000 K R109 DEČANI 3 (JUNIK) - JUNIK 0,000 K R109 JUNIK - PONOŠEVAC 8,117 K R110 ZRZE 2 (ORAHOVAC) - ORAHOVAC 1 (SUVA REKA) 7,252 K R110 ORAHOVAC 1 (SUVA REKA) - MALIŠEVO 1 (DULJE) 17,717 K R110 MALIŠEVO 1 (DULJE) - LAPUŠNIK 12,765 K R111 HRAMOVIK - RATKOVAC 0,000 K R111 RATKOVAC - ZRZE 1 (HRAMOVIK) 6,993 K R112 BISTRAŽIN - ĐONAJ 0,000 K R112 ĐONAJ - LANDOVICA 3,870 K R113 ŽUR - PLAVSKI MEGDAN 14,747 K R113 PLAVSKI MEGDAN - DRAGAŠ 6,266 K R113 DRAGAŠ - RESTELICA 19,677 K R114 DRAGAŠ - BROD 12,874 K R115 PRIZREN 1 (BREZOVICA) - BREZOVICA 1(MUŠUTIŠTE) 37,681 K R115 BREZOVICA 1(MUŠUTIŠTE) - BREZOVICA 2 (ŠARA) 0,313 K R115 BREZOVICA 2 (ŠARA) - DOGANOVIĆ 2 (GLOBOČICA) 18,754 K R115 DOGANOVIĆ 2 (GLOBOČICA) - DOGANOVIĆ 1 (ŠTRPCE) 1,975 K R116 DOGANOVIĆ 2 (GLOBOČICA) - granica APKM/BJRM (GLOBOČICA) 23,494 K R117 ORAHOVAC 1 (SUVA REKA) - ORAHOVAC 2 (V.KRUŠA) 3,303 K R117 ORAHOVAC 2 (V.KRUŠA) - VRLIŠTE 7,605 K R117 VRLIŠTE - STUDENČANE 0,000 K R117 STUDENČANE - SUVA REKA 1 (STUDENČANE) 6,122 K R118 SUVA REKA 2(MUŠUTIŠTE) - DELOVCE 12,612 K R118 DELOVCE - BREZOVICA 1(MUŠUTIŠTE) 0,000 K R119 DULJE - MALIŠEVO 1 (DULJE) 15,885 K R119 MALIŠEVO 1 (DULJE) - KIJEVO 12,330 K R120 LEBANE - MILOŠEVO 1 (LEBANE) 5,526 K R120 MILOŠEVO 1 (LEBANE) - OBILIĆ 1 (K.MITROVICA) 4,107 K R120;R220 OBILIĆ 1 (K.MITROVICA) - OBILIĆ 2 (ORLOVIĆ) 1,327 K R120 OBILIĆ 2 (ORLOVIĆ) - VELIKA SLATINA 2 (OBILIĆ) 15,002 K R120 VELIKA SLATINA 1 (MAGURA) - MAGURA 8,516 K R120 MAGURA - LIPLJAN 2 (MAGURA) 9,360 K R120 LIPLJAN 1 (JANJEVO) - KONJUH 4,005 K R120 KONJUH - JANJEVO 10,219 K R121 RAUŠIĆ - BARANE 19,468 K R121 BARANE - ZAIMOVO 10,578 K R122 KLOKOT - VITINA 6,177 K

136 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R122 VITINA - GRLICA 13,486 K R123 LABLJANE - BOSTANE 10,388 K R123 BOSTANE - KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 1 (STREZOVCE) 0,000 K R123 KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 1 (STREZOVCE) - DONJE KORMINJANE 7,234 K R123a KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 1 (STREZOVCE) - KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 2 (TUĐEVCE) 2,034 K R123a KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 2 (TUĐEVCE) - STREZOVCE 13,897 K R124 DOMOROVCE - ODANOVCE 6,420 K R124 ODANOVCE - SIPASNICA 4,994 K R124 SIPASNICA - DESIVOJCE 0,000 K R125 LUŽANE - BATLAVA 7,729 K R125 BATLAVA - ORLANE 11,092 K R125 ORLANE - granica APKM (VELIKA BRAINA) 0,000 K R126 BATLAVA - PODUJEVO 3 (PREPOLAC) 10,522 K R126;R127 PODUJEVO 3 (PREPOLAC) - PODUJEVO 4 (REČICA) 0,180 K R126 PODUJEVO 4 (REČICA) - KRPIMEJ 10,069 K R126 KRPIMEJ - REČICA 0,000 K R127 PODUJEVO 1 (KRPIMEJ) - PODUJEVO 4 (REČICA) 2,522 K R127 PODUJEVO 3 (PREPOLAC) - granica APKM (PREPOLAC) 11,923 K R128 PODUJEVO 2 (LAPAŠTICA) - NEDAKOVAC 0,000 K R129 KOSOVSKA MITROVICA 4 (TREPČA) - KAČAN DO 26,948 K R129 KAČAN DO - KRPIMEJ 0,000 K R201 DEČANI 1 (LUMBARDA) - BARANE 0,000 K R201 BARANE - JABLANICA 0,000 K R202 RASTOVICA - JUNIK 5,433 K R203 ĐAKOVICA 2 (ĆAFA PRUŠIT) - granica APKM/ALB (ĆAFA PRUŠIT) 0,000 K R204 ORAHOVAC 2 (V.KRUŠA) - VELIKA KRUŠA 0,000 K R205 PIRANE - STUDENČANE 11,745 K R206 UROŠEVAC 2 (JEZERCE) - GORNJE NERODIMLJE 8,671 K R206 GORNJE NERODIMLJE - JEZERCE 0,000 K R207 MLADENOV HAN - KOŠARE 6,755 K R208 MAGURA - LIPOVICA 3,204 K R209 LUGAĐIJA - BRAŠALJCE 0,000 K R210 BREZOVICA 2 (ŠARA) - ŠARA (SKI CENTAR) 9,176 K R211 VITINA - VRNEZ 12,035 K R212 LIVOČ - HADŽ 9,819 K R212 HADŽ - granica APKM/BJRM (STANČIĆ) 0,000 K R213 GNJILANE 3 (GORNJE MAKREŠANE) - BOSTANE 18,276 K R214 ODANOVCE - granica APKM (KARAČEVO) 5,238 K

137 ID_sectio n_new ID_section_ OLD ID_ node start NEW ID_ node end NEW Overlap Name_section Separated pavements Length Adminisrtative Unit S/V/K R215 SIPASNICA - OGOŠTE 6,322 K R216 KOSOVSKA KAMENICA 2 (TUĐEVCE) - granica APKM (TUĐEVCE) 0,000 K R217 BALABAN - BANJSKA 3,419 K R218 DREN - granica APKM (BELO BRDO) 15,451 K R219 ĐONAJ - ZJUM 0,000 K R220 ORLOVIĆ - OBILIĆ 2 (ORLOVIĆ) 3,862 K R220 OBILIĆ 1 (K.MITROVICA) - VUČITRN 2 (OBILIĆ) 0,000 K R220 VUČITRN 3 (K.MITROVICA) - K.MITROVICA 1 (GORNJA KLINA) 0,000 K R221 ZUBIN POTOK - PADALIŠTE 0,000 K R222 PLAVSKI MEGDAN - ZAPLUŽJE 7,569 K R235 granica APKM (LOPUŽNJE) - granica APKM (GRADAC) 0,000 K

138 Appendix E GPS TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS

139 CONTENT 1. Global transformation parameters Transformation parameters RECC Novi Sad Transformation parameters RECC Pančevo Transformation parameters RECC Šabac Transformation parameters RECC Belgrade Transformation parameters RECC Kragujevac Transformation parameters RECC Zaječar Transformation parameters RECC Užice Transformation parameters RECC Kruševac Transformation parameters RECC Niš...10 i

140 1. GLOBAL TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS Global transformation parameters (the whole territory of the Republic of Serbia) have been derived on the basis of points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.032" ey = " S(ey) = 0.049" ez = " S(ez) = 0.044" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 390/K10 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 253/P24 σ [m] =

141 2. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC NOVI SAD Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Novi Sad have been derived on the basis of 192 points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.203" ey = " S(ey) = 0.198" ez = " S(ez) = 0.225" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 796/N17 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 151/B32 σ [m] =

142 3. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC PANČEVO Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Pančevo have been derived on the basis of 155 points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.191" ey = " S(ey) = 0.283" ez = " S(ez) = 0.252" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 71/A5 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 216/P24 σ [m] =

143 4. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC ŠABAC Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Šabac have been derived on the basis of 113 points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.166" ey = " S(ey) = 0.319" ez = " S(ez) = 0.179" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 177/A1 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 413/J2 σ [m] = 0.2 4

144 5. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC BELGRADE Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Belgrade have been derived on the basis of 76 points of the state trigonometry network. Transformation parameters Average errors tx = m S(tx) = m Translations ty = m S(ty) = m tz = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.307" Rotations ey = " S(ey) = 0.306" ez = " S(ez) = 0.313" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 435/G7 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 9 σ [m] =

145 6. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC KRAGUJEVAC Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Kragujevac have been derived on the basis of 100 points of the state trigonometry network. Transformation parameters Average errors tx = m S(tx) = m Translations ty = m S(ty) = m tz = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.141" Rotations ey = " S(ey) = 0.141" ez = " S(ez) = 0.142" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 110/B3 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 364/7 σ [m] =

146 7. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC ZAJEČAR Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Zaječar have been derived on the basis of 49 points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.618" ey = " S(ey) = 0.411" ez = " S(ez) = 0.666" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 371/P12 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 32/N1 σ [m] =

147 8. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC UŽICE Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Užice have been derived on the basis of 101 points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.197" ey = " S(ey) = 0.192" ez = " S(ez) = 0.166" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 207/LJ5 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 304/P10 σ [m] =

148 9. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC KRUŠEVAC Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Kruševac have been derived on the basis of 98 points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.148" ey = " S(ey) = 0.196" ez = " S(ez) = 0.152" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 249/D5 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 485/7 σ [m] =

149 10. TRANSFORMATION PARAMETERS RECC NIŠ Transformation parameters for the Real Estate Cadastre Centre Niš have been derived on the basis of 347 points of the state trigonometry network. Translations Rotations Transformation parameters tx = m ty = m tz = m Average errors S(tx) = m S(ty) = m S(tz) = m ex = " S(ex) = 0.103" ey = " S(ey) = 0.096" ez = " S(ez) = 0.097" Scale rm = ppm S(rm) = ppm Note: These data can not be used for needs of surveys and cadastres. Summary review of displacement vectors: dsr [m] = dmin [m] = at trigonometry point 496/P23 dmax [m] = at trigonometry point 101 σ [m] =

150 Appendix F REPORT ON TEST SURVEY

151 CONTENT 1. Introduction Test route Survey Comparison of registered data Longitudinal roughness Transversal roughness-rutting Conclusion...7 i

152 1. INTRODUCTION As preparation action before survey of road network which belongs to reference system of the Republic of Serbia, and collection of detailed data on the same, survey of part of the network which would comprise representative sample of main and regional roads was foreseen. Test route was predicted with the aim to investigate and compare measurements with multi-functional devices ARAN and ROMDAS and to establish volume of data which these two systems will collect during survey. Both systems performed individual survey, but in the same time period and on the same part of the network. With additional analysis and comparison of data, abilities of each system were estimated in order to perform measurements on complete network with highest possible quality and in foreseen term. 2. TEST ROUTE Planned test route was prepared in form of list of traffic nodes and traffic sections which are being surveyed. For the needs of survey of test route, adequate GPS recording was prepared, with marked all traffic nodes and sections in standard format *.gpx. Figure 2.1. shows the review of test route. Figure 2.1. Review of test route 1

153 During the selection of sections within the test route, it was taken care that the measuring sample is sufficient for quality analysis of surveyed data, which implied the following: - total length of at least 200 km; - different road categories (main roads, regional roads); - different conditions of traffic (road for motor vehicles-motorway, two-track road for mixed traffic, separated carriageways, etc); - different topographic conditions (plain, hilly terrain, mountainous terrain); - different characteristics of pavement structure surface condition (good, medium, bad); - different environmental conditions (settlements, local roads, etc); Based on previously stated, several main and regional roads were chosen in order to represent complete condition of road network which is subject of research, in the best possible way. In the same tame, it was taken care that test route doesn't have problematic traffic sections and nodes, i.e. that all of them are clearly positioned according to rules for forming the reference system of Republic of Serbia. Table 2.1. shows the list of sections and road directions which are comprised with test route. Table 2.1. Sections comprised with test survey br. deonica početni čvor završni čvor ime početnog čvora ime završnog čvora dužina [km] put M gr. Mađarske (Horgoš) Horgoš 1, Horgoš Male pijace 9, Male pijace Subotica 2 (Senta) 17, Subotica 2 (Senta) Subotica 3 (Kelebija) 0, Subotica 3 (Kelebija) Žednik 17, Žednik Bačka Topola 1 (Bečej) 15, Bačka Topola 1 (Bečej) Feketić 1 (Vrbas) 18, Feketić 1 (Vrbas) petlja Feketić 2, petlja Feketić Srbobran 1 (Novi Sad) 12, Srbobran 1 (Novi Sad) Srbobran 2 (Nadalj) 0, Srbobran 2 (Nadalj) Sirig 1 (Zmajevo) 12, Sirig 1 (Zmajevo) Sirig 2 (Temerin) 0, Sirig 2 (Temerin) Novi Sad 5 (Sirig) 13, Novi Sad 5 (Sirig) Novi Sad 2 (Srbobran) 5, Novi Sad 2 (Srbobran) Novi Sad 3 (S.Karlovci) 0, Novi Sad 3 (S.Karlovci) Novi Sad 7 (Beočin) 2, Novi Sad 7 (Beočin) Novi Sad (Petrovaradin) 2, Novi Sad (Petrovaradin) Maradik 1 (Krušedol) 20, Maradik 1 (Krušedol) Maradik 2 (Beograd) 2, Maradik 2 (Beograd) Inđija 1 5, Inđija 1 Inđija 0, Inđija Stara Pazova 9, Stara Pazova gr. Vojvodine (N.Pazova) 9,637 suma 181,106 put M gr. Vojvodine (N.Pazova) Stara Pazova 9,637 suma 9,637 2

154 br. put R106 deonica početni čvor završni čvor ime početnog čvora ime završnog čvora dužina [km] Stara Pazova Golubinci 7, Golubinci Putinci 6, Putinci Ruma 2 (S.Pazova) 10, Ruma 2 (S.Pazova) Ruma 5 (Golubinci) 1,185 put M21 suma 26, Ruma 5 (Golubinci) Irig 2 (Vrdnik) 9, Irig 2 (Vrdnik) Irig 1 (Krušedol) 0, Irig 1 (Krušedol) Novi Sad (Petrovaradin) 20,039 put M22.1 suma 30, Novi Sad 7 (Beočin) Novi Sad (Petrovaradin) 2, Novi Sad 3 (S.Karlovci) Novi Sad 7 (Beočin) 2, Novi Sad 2 (Srbobran) Novi Sad 3 (S.Karlovci) 0,811 put M / / 2048 suma 5, Novi Sad 2 (Srbobran) Novi Sad 3 (S.Karlovci) 0, Novi Sad 1 (B.Petrovac) Novi Sad 2 (Srbobran) 1, Čelarevo Novi Sad 1 (B.Petrovac) 29, Bačka Palanka 1 (Bač) Čelarevo 9, gr. Hrvatske (B.Palanka) Bačka Palanka 1 (Bač) 2,153 put M18 suma 43, Bačka Palanka 1 (Bač) Bač 22, Bač Odžaci 1 (Bač) 13,592 put M3 suma 36, Odžaci 1 (Bač) Odžaci 2 (Despotovo) 0,296 put R104 suma 0, Odžaci 2 (Despotovo) Despotovo 1 (B.Palanka) 22, Despotovo 1 (B.Palanka) Despotovo 2 (Kula) 0, Despotovo 2 (Kula) Zmajevo 1 (Vrbas) 13, Zmajevo 1 (Vrbas) Zmajevo 2 (Rumenka) 0,937 put R127 suma 38, Zmajevo 2 (Rumenka) Rumenka 18,904 put R102 suma 18, Rumenka Novi Sad 1 (B.Petrovac) 7,380 suma 7,380 3

155 br. put M24 deonica početni čvor završni čvor ime početnog čvora ime završnog čvora dužina [km] Subotica 3 (Kelebija) Subotica 2 (Senta) 0, Subotica 2 (Senta) Gornji Breg 1 (Horgoš) 33, Gornji Breg 1 (Horgoš) Gornji Breg 2 (B.Topola) 6, Gornji Breg 2 (B.Topola) Senta 4,668 suma 45,238 ukupno 442,750 Presented data on test route were defined in relation to existing reference system of Republic of Serbia, which was improved in continuation of work on the task. 3. SURVEY In order to perform quality survey of the test route, it was necessary that all weather conditions were satisfying, i.e. that the days are clear and without precipitation. These conditions are necessary for the need of registering video-recordings of test sections, and precipitations could also effect accuracy of measuring other data such as rutting etc. Based on reliable data on weather forecast, survey of test route with both mentioned systems was planned and performed in period from 20/02/2008 to 23/02/2008. Each of the systems surveyed the test route individually. On the test route, slightly longer than 400 km, ARAN vehicle surveyed all the details which incorporated equipment enables, while ROMDAS vehicle surveyed longitudinal roughness, rutting, road axis geometry and front camera recording. Beside registration of mentioned data, ARAN front camera recording also served to check the ability of survey of data on traffic intensity using portable counter method. 4. COMPARISON OF REGISTERED DATA After processing the registered data, it was proceeded with their control and comparison in regard to the system they were registered by. This comprised the following data: - basic road geometry parameters; - digital video recordings; - traffic volume using portable counter method; - traffic-technical road equipment; - longitudinal road roughness; - transversal roughness-rutting. Control and comparison of data registered with GPS device and gyroscope indicated that both systems give data of sufficient accuracy for the needs of road data base, therefore reliable indicators for layout and longitudinal section of the road (directions, curves, grade falls and change of grade) can be obtained in adequate way during further data processing. During test survey, loss of connection with GPS satellite system never occurred, so it wasn't possible to check reliability of device work in such conditions, however, having in mind that the Republic of Serbia owns developed network of active base stations with data in real time, even the signal loss during real survey won't represent a problem. 4

156 Video records are compatible because both systems give records which comprise both front and back side, in widths which are approximately equal. ARAN system registers video records in form of photographs in jpg format, while on ROMDAS system, front camera gives video recording in continuity, and the back one, like ARAN, series of photographs in jpg format. Registering the inventory and distresses, i.e. pavement condition is done by further processing of video records, thus compatibility depends only on experience of operator and identification system, which won't represent a problem because both teams have enough experience, and identification system was preset LONGITUDINAL ROUGHNESS Data on pavement longitudinal roughness, i.e. IRI coefficient, were analyzed using finite difference method for both systems. Analysis showed satisfactory results and good level of compatibility between measuring systems. Average difference in data between measuring systems is up to ± 5 %, for range of measured roughnesses from 0 to 5 IRI. Figure 4.1. shows part of the chart which reflects uniformity of measured values from both systems. Figure 4.1. Comparison of measured longitudinal roughnesses with values IRI<5 In cases when IRI values are higher than 5, differences of measuring results of these two systems increase to %. With additional pavement distress check, it was established that these recorded data doesn't represent direct image of longitudinal roughness, but consequence of combination of other pavement distresses as well. This indicates that system for longitudinal roughness registration on ROMDAS system is more sensitive to pavement surface distresses or other roughnesses on the road (pothole, surface degradation, stone, polluted pavement etc), which reflects as increased roughness. Figure 4.2. shows part of the chart which reflects differences of measured longitudinal roughnesses from both systems. 5

157 Figure 4.2. Comparison of measured longitudinal roughnesses with values IRI> TRANSVERSAL ROUGHNESS-RUTTING Transversal roughness indicators, i.e. size of rutting were registered and processed using straight edge method, with virtual beam 2 m long. This process is in procedure of introduction into world standards, while official length of virtual beam for computation with this method is 1,2 m. ROMDAS system gives adequate data for this method since it's adjusted that way. ARAN system, which was used for test survey, uses the same method for computation of rutting, but with virtual beam 3 m long, which is not in compliance with world standards. In order to be possible to compare recorded results, operators on ARAN system performed scaling of values to virtual beam 2 m long. ROMDAS system measures rutting using ultrasound beam with 30 sensors, mounted horizontally in regard to foundation, which are successively switched on one by one, so that in every 10 m approximate value of rut depth on imaginary profile is obtained. ARAN system uses more perfect device for rut depth survey. Horizontal console contains 19 ultrasound sensors, and vertically, 9 ultrasound sensors are mounted on each side. Therefore large number of determines cross section, with accuracy of each sensor of about 1 mm. Also, it is possible to precisely define double ruts, while inevitable meander of vehicles on the road doesn't effect the measurement. Precisely the above mentioned differences in way of recording transversal roughness data caused deviation of results between these two systems. Data obtained from both systems were processed using finite difference method, and than values of 85. percentiles from obtained data were compared. With detailed analysis of all recorded data from complete test route it was established that deviations in rut size of these two systems are ± 10 %, which is entirely satisfying because those are completely different measuring methods. Figure 4.3. shows part of the chart which reflects differences of measured rutting from both systems. 6

158 Figure 4.3. Comparison of measured rutting 5. CONCLUSION After analysis and comparison of registered data during test survey with two multifunctional devices (ARAN and ROMDAS) it was established that the systems have sufficiently good level of result compatibility. Also, it is considered that the differences won't effect eventual investment programming, i.e. that there is no danger that indicators recorded with ROMDAS system would indicate that it's necessary to perform certain maintenance activity, unlike the data recorded with ARAN system, or vice versa. However, with the purpose of achieving uniformity of data on road nework and avoiding incompatibility of data caused by source or way of survey, it was desided that: - the whole motorway network and all sections of main and regional roads with pavement will be surveyed using ARAN system; - sections with mixed pavement, i.e. surface layer and unpaved sections (macadam and earth surface layer) will be surveyed using ROMDAS system. That way possible non uniformity was completely prevented, i.e. uniformity of data on roughness and rut depth was provided, which appeared as possible problem during test survey in interpretation of results, especially on sections with significant pavement destresses. 7

159 Appendix G ASPHALT PAVEMENTS FIELD TESTING RESULTS

160 Road Section Start node End node Section name Length Test Sample mark GPS - X GPS - Y Carriage. number side D/L D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 Wear. layer d ai Upper bear. layer 1 d ai Upper bear. layer 2 d ai Upper bear. layer 3 d ai Upper bear. layer 4 d ai Upper bear. layer 5 d ai Upper bear. layer 6 d ai Lower bear. layer 1 d ai Lower bear. layer 2 d ai Lower bear. layer 3 d ai Subgrade CBR SRT M MALA KOPAŠNICA - GRDELICA 1 4,000 1 M D 256,6 216,9 191,2 125,7 83,6 57,0 40,7 AB 3 0,4 BNS 12 0,36 BNS 4 0,28 DK 25 0, ,46 M GRDELICA 1 - DŽEP 17,579 4 M D 239,0 202,3 180,9 134,1 99,7 74,7 55,4 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 BNS 4,5 0,35 BNS 2 0,27 DK 23 0,14 Z 12 82,12 M D 320,5 278,7 245,1 161,6 106,8 72,7 51,5 AB 5 0,4 BNS 6 0,36 BNS 4 0,23 BNS 6 0,28 DK 24 0, ,8 M D 240,1 212,3 189,6 135,7 95,1 65,6 44,7 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 BNS 3,5 0,28 BNS 6 0,24 DK 26 0, ,92 M D 324,9 275,2 240,6 152,4 93,7 55,4 32,3 AB 4 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 BNS 5 0,36 BNS 2 0,25 BNS 6 0,23 DK 30 0, ,8 M DŽEP - VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) 10,000 1 M D 243,0 201,6 176,4 118,1 79,8 52,7 31,8 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 11 0,36 AB 2 0,25 BNS 7 0,23 DK 28 0,14 STENA - 83,48 M VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) - GRAMAÐA 5,766 1 M D 313,4 252,9 218,9 148,8 100,8 68,2 46,5 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 4,5 0,36 AB 3 0,35 BNS 7 0,35 BNS 8 0,24 BNS 4 0,23 DK 24 0,12 Z 10 84,56 M GRAMAÐA - RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 14,500 3 M D 172,6 138,7 124,1 93,4 69,0 49,5 35,4 AB 5 0,4 BNS 4 0,28 AB 4 0,35 BNS 9 0,28 BNS 8 0,23 DK 22 0, ,64 M D 201,5 164,8 150,7 115,1 87,6 65,6 48,6 AB 6 0,4 AB 3 0,35 BNS 7 0,28 BNS 8 0,28 BNS 5 0,28 AB 3 0,25 BNS 3 0,23 DK 21 0, ,8 M D 178,6 135,1 117,7 84,3 61,4 45,8 34,8 AB 6 0,4 AB 3 0,35 BNS 7 0,36 BNS 8 0,28 BNS 5 0,28 AB 3 0,25 BNS 4 0,23 DK 22 0, ,6 M RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) 6,476 2 M D 187,7 153,4 140,5 114,3 93,5 73,7 57,9 AB 6 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 BNS 4 0,35 BNS 5 0,35 BNS 7 0,23 DK 33 0, ,8 M D 243,6 229,9 173,2 118,0 82,4 58,4 40,5 AB 6 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 BNS 5 0,35 BNS 6 0,35 BNS 7 0,27 DK 35 0, ,8 M VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) - DAVIDOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 8,595 1 M D 261,8 218,0 202,0 155,3 119,4 91,0 70,1 AB 4 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 BNS 6 0,36 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 7 0,28 BNS 3,5 0,24 DK 30 0, ,3 M DAVIDOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - BUJANOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 5,951 2 M D 321,2 269,5 236,7 160,4 112,5 81,6 61,7 AB 5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 BNS 4 0,28 BNS 7 0,28 BNS 3,5 0,24 BNS 5 0,23 DK 32 0, ,4 M D 370,1 325,3 296,6 213,9 149,9 107,0 78,5 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,36 BNS 2,5 0,28 BNS 5,5 0,28 DK 30 0,14 Š 27 80,25 M BUJANOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) 20,366 4 M D 383,0 316,8 270,6 156,8 88,4 47,6 24,9 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 9,5 0,36 BNS 2 0,28 BNS 3 0,24 DK 28 0, ,04 M D 396,5 339,3 293,0 170,0 93,8 51,2 31,7 AB 5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 BNS 6 0,28 DK 30 0, ,56 M D 356,4 308,8 280,6 195,1 132,2 87,1 58,4 AB 6 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,36 BNS 4,5 0,28 BNS 2,5 0,28 BNS 4,5 0,22 DK 24 0, ,14 ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) granica SR/BJRM M D 415,5 365,8 329,7 228,3 157,6 111,5 79,5 AB 6 0,4 BNS 5 0,36 BNS 5 0,36 BNS 7 0,27 BNS 3 0,23 DK 27 0, ,62 M (TABANOVCE) 6,053 2 M D 265,0 199,0 157,8 76,3 38,3 20,4 12,5 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 BNS 5 0,36 BNS 8 0,23 DK 27 0, ,44 M D 223,7 179,9 157,2 111,1 81,3 61,0 44,3 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 12 0,36 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 4 0,24 DK ,2 M NIŠ 7 (NIŠKA BANJA) - CRVENA REKA 21,800 5 M D 193,7 163,9 148,9 112,5 85,9 66,2 52,1 AB 4 0,4 BNS 11 0,36 BNS 9 0,28 AB 2,5 0,25 BNS 8 0,23 DK 28 0,14 9,5 68,3 M D 184,1 140,3 116,6 63,2 34,1 18,4 10,7 AB 6 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 AB 2 0,25 BNS 4 0,23 DK 30 0, ,2 M D 247,7 198,1 174,4 120,3 86,3 64,1 49,0 AB 6 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,36 BNS 2,5 0,28 BNS 4 0,23 68,3 M D 271,1 229,4 209,0 153,9 112,0 81,9 60,4 AB 6 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 BNS 6 0,28 DK 32 0, ,8 M D 280,4 237,4 208,7 127,3 77,0 48,4 32,6 AB 5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,28 BNS 9 0,28 DK 20 0, ,18 M CRVENA REKA - BELA PALANKA 1 9,993 2 M D 299,4 245,8 216,7 137,8 89,3 61,5 47,3 AB 4 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 BNS 7 0,28 DK 35 0, ,6 M D 291,1 256,3 225,5 137,3 90,1 64,7 50,8 AB 6 0,35 BNS 11 0,24 DK 15 0,12 Š 25 0, ,2 M BELA PALANKA 1 - PIROT 27,598 5 M D 533,2 434,0 370,4 216,9 120,6 63,6 35,7 AB 4 0,4 BNS 8 0,28 BNS 12 0,24 DK 10 0,14 Š 23 0, ,12 M D 244,8 167,3 130,1 67,8 39,3 24,5 16,9 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 BNS 6 0,24 DK 35 0, ,8 M D 443,5 306,9 235,4 114,3 60,1 36,0 24,1 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 5 0,36 BNS 5 0,24 DK 8 0,14 Š 26 0, ,4 M D 308,7 221,9 185,1 104,6 59,5 35,6 23,6 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 7 0,4 BNS 7 0,4 BNS 4 0,23 DK 7 0,14 Š 26 0,13 14,5 68,2 M D 443,6 376,1 330,8 211,8 138,3 93,4 69,6 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 13 0,36 BNS 6 0,24 DK 5 0,14 Š 20 0, ,3 M PIROT - SUKOVO 14,446 3 M D 333,6 270,9 233,4 144,1 91,7 64,6 48,1 AB 4 0,4 BNS 10 0,36 DK 23 0,12 Š 20 0, ,4 M D 493,9 364,5 303,2 181,7 118,9 82,6 58,5 AB 5 0,4 BNS 3,5 0,28 BNS 8 0,24 DK 20 0,12 Š 21 0,11 Z 6 69,1 M D 273,0 227,8 207,8 151,1 106,9 76,3 55,3 AB 4 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 DK 16 0,14 Š 18 0,13 Z 7 57,4 M SUKOVO - DIMITROVGRAD 9,587 2 M D 309,7 260,5 229,7 152,0 103,1 74,0 56,1 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 BNS 6 0,28 DK 15 0,14 Š 24 0,13 5,5 57,2 M D 217,9 189,2 178,0 143,6 112,6 86,6 64,8 AB 5 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 BNS 6 0,24 DK 13 0,14 Š 23 0,13 Z 7 56,5 M DIMITROVGRAD - granica SR/BUG (GRADINA) 6,969 2 M D 256,4 175,8 144,9 69,1 29,8 11,7 3,9 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,36 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 8 0,24 DK 10 0,14 Š 15 0,13 6,5 68,4 M D 123,3 97,2 88,3 69,0 56,4 46,7 39,0 AB 5 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 BNS 10 0,36 BNS 6 0,24 DK 8 0,14 Š 20 0,13 Z 8 59,6 M VLADIČIN HAN 1 (AUTOPUT) - ŽITORAÐE 4,111 1 M D 397,1 343,2 304,6 204,1 138,5 94,5 67,3 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 DK 8 0,14 Š 35 0, ,26 M ŽITORAÐE - SURDULICA 5,357 2 M D 426,9 361,4 308,9 195,4 130,1 91,6 68,5 AB 4 0,4 BNS 10 0,36 DK 10 0,14 Š 40 0, ,8 M SURDULICA - OKRUGLICA 19,194 3 M D 679,0 544,8 413,2 172,5 79,8 43,3 27,9 AB 5 0,4 BNS 7 0,35 DK 6 0,14 Š 32 0, ,2 M D 418,4 361,2 311,5 197,8 129,5 88,1 64,7 AB 6,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,27 DK 35 0, ,92 M D 508,9 455,3 400,9 249,5 155,1 97,5 66,4 AB 6 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,36 AB 3,5 0,25 BNS 8 0,23 DK 22 0, ,24 M OKRUGLICA - VLASINSKO JEZERO 4,356 1 M D 716,5 537,8 425,5 239,9 158,6 122,8 91,4 BNS 3,5 0,27 BNS 11 0,23 Š 45 0, ,06 M VLASINSKO JEZERO - STREZIMIROVCI 18,995 4 M D 993,1 734,7 560,4 246,8 116,4 63,1 37,2 AB 5 0,4 BNS 2 0,28 BNS 7 0,23 DK 35 0, ,4 M D 680,8 570,8 500,2 333,9 226,2 156,5 111,3 AB 5 0,36 BNS 3 0,28 BNS 3,5 0,24 BNS 6 0,23 Š 30 0, ,8 M D 563,9 460,9 385,8 218,3 120,1 73,3 48,3 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 2 0,28 BNS 8 0,27 DK 14 0, ,16 M D 1123,8 845,0 643,8 329,5 199,0 133,4 101,5 BNS 7 0,23 DK 39 0, ,48 M STREZIMIROVCI - granica SR/BUG (STREZIMIROVCI) 0,608 1 M D 1054,5 779,3 575,9 237,0 129,7 86,6 63,3 BNS 7,5 0,24 DK 20 0, ,52 M BOGOJEVO (SONTA) - SRPSKI MILETIĆ 10,392 3 M D AB 5 0,4 BNS 13 0,36 DK 21 0,12 P 20 0,07 DK 20 0,1 Z 7 67,42 M D AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 10,5 0,23 DK 50 0,1 Z 6,5 50,18 M D AB 4 0,4 AB 2 0,4 BNS 5 0,28 DK 45 0,12 Z 6 54,6 M SRPSKI MILETIĆ - ODŽACI 1 (DERONJE) 9,379 2 M D AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 4 0,23 AB 4,5 0,35 DK 47 0,14 Z 5,5 55,2 M D AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,27 DK 30 0,12 Z 5 60,9 M BOR 1 - BOR 2 2,100 1 M D 614,1 414,2 318,8 177,9 119,1 87,2 66,2 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 7 0,23 DK 28 0,1 Z 5 56,3 M BOR 2 - ZAGRAÐE 8,100 2 M D 269,4 200,6 173,5 116,5 81,1 59,4 45,8 BNS 6 0,36 AB 2 0,25 BNS 9 0,23 DK 42 0, ,6 M D 374,6 287,8 238,3 142,3 95,6 72,4 58,3 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 9 0,22 DK 5 0,1 Š 28 0,11 Z 4 64,4 M ZAGRAÐE - RGOTINA 1 5,600 2 M D 645,5 517,7 429,0 242,8 147,1 98,6 73,8 BNS 7 0,23 DK 56 0, ,2 M PARAĆIN 1 (AUTOPUT) - DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) 3,298 1 M D 611,7 524,0 419,1 237,3 145,1 90,4 60,7 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 2 0,24 BNS 8 0,23 DK 7 0,1 Š 42 0, ,3 M DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) - GRZA 10,432 2 M D 528,5 371,3 296,4 150,6 85,4 53,0 36,4 AB 4 0,35 BNS 3 0,28 BNS 5 0,23 DK 8 0,1 Š 38 0, ,6 M D 680,6 490,5 389,1 208,0 114,4 66,0 46,6 AB 5 0,35 BNS 4,5 0,28 BNS 2,5 0,28 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 10 0,12 Š 35 0, ,3 M GRZA - STRAŽA 10,350 2 M D 490,0 419,5 359,5 199,9 114,8 71,3 47,9 AB 4,5 0,35 BNS 2 0,28 BNS 7,5 0,23 DK 7 0,1 Š 32 0,13 Z 6,5 62,1 M D 513,6 384,7 305,5 149,1 75,5 38,7 24,9 AB 4,5 0,35 BNS 6,5 0,28 BNS 4,5 0,28 DK 34 0,12 Z 7 81,5 M STRAŽA - MIROVO 17,682 3 M D AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,36 DK 12 0,14 Š 45 0,13 Z 18 70,4 M D 752,6 557,6 451,1 249,1 143,6 195,3 72,5 AB 7 0,35 BNS 8 0,28 DK 8 0,1 Š 32 0,13 Z 5 72,7 M D 279,9 200,5 158,0 83,1 45,7 30,1 22,3 AB 4 0,4 BNS 4 0,27 BNS 8 0,27 DK 43 0,12 Z 8 56,6 M MIROVO - BOLJEVAC 1 5,430 2 M D 314,8 245,6 176,6 60,9 17,1 4,2 0,9 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 7 0,27 BNS 8,5 0,22 DK 33 0, ,7 M D 279,9 233,9 203,0 115,3 57,0 25,7 11,1 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 12 0,27 BNS 10 0,23 DK 31 0, ,2 M BOLJEVAC 1 - VALAKONJE 7,023 1 M D 365,3 294,7 269,0 199,3 143,0 100,8 71,7 AB 7,5 0,35 BNS 8 0,28 CS 18 0,2 Š 50 0, ,4 M VALAKONJE - SELIŠTE 11,395 2 M D 590,7 434,8 357,8 196,8 111,3 67,8 47,5 AB 3 0,35 BNS 5 0,28 BNS 4 0,28 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 30 0, ,2 M D 686,7 579,3 487,9 285,0 166,4 107,1 80,3 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 7 0,23 BNS 8 0,23 Š 32 0,09 Z 7 72,7 M SELIŠTE - METOVNICA 6,864 2 M D 764,8 516,3 396,7 204,4 123,7 84,3 63,1 AB 4 0,4 BNS 2 0,28 BNS 7 0,23 DK 28 0,12 Z 5,5 63,7 M D 332,4 237,3 188,5 93,1 49,2 29,9 22,2 AB 5,5 0,35 BNS 10 0,23 DK 28 0, ,2 M METOVNICA - GAMZIGRAD 5,243 1 M D 1019,7 735,4 578,2 282,9 148,1 92,5 70,9 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 3 0,23 BNS 4,5 0,22 DK 35 0,1 Z 6 55,4 M ZVEZDAN - LUBNICA 3,400 1 M D 473,1 343,3 284,2 179,8 125,0 93,7 73,1 AB 6,5 0,35 BNS 2 0,28 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 30 0,12 Z 8 58,5 M ZAJEČAR 6 - granica SR/BUG (VRŠKA ČUKA) 9,947 3 M D 480,7 316,2 253,7 137,5 83,6 58,3 47,6 BNS 10 0,22 BNS 10 0,22 DK 5 0,12 Š 25 0,13 Z 4,5 75

161 Road Section Start node End node Section name Length Test Sample mark GPS - X GPS - Y Carriage. number side D/L D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 Wear. layer d ai Upper bear. layer 1 d ai Upper bear. layer 2 d ai Upper bear. layer 3 d ai Upper bear. layer 4 d ai Upper bear. layer 5 d ai Upper bear. layer 6 d ai Lower bear. layer 1 d ai Lower bear. layer 2 d ai Lower bear. layer 3 d ai Subgrade CBR SRT M D 615,9 495,7 420,4 246,3 157,7 101,5 71,4 BNS 9,5 0,26 BNS 10,5 0,22 DK 6 0,12 Š 26 0,11 Z 7 68,6 M D 420,8 309,6 261,6 145,4 84,6 55,7 40,2 AB 4 0,4 BNS 12 0,27 BNS 3,5 0,23 DK 5 0,14 Š 27 0,13 Z 9 54 M BAČKA PALANKA 4 - ČELAREVO 8,148 2 M D AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 9,5 0,28 Š 30 0,13 Z 6 49,7 M D AB 5 0,4 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 4 0,23 DK 9 0,12 LK 25 0,15 P 12 0,11 Z 4 64,4 M ČELAREVO - FUTOG 18,000 3 M D AB 3 0,35 BNS 17 0,23 CS 20 0,3 P 10 57,5 M D BNS 5 0,28 BNS 6 0,27 BNS 4 0,23 DK 14 0,12 LK 20 0,15 Z 5 61 M D BNS 4,5 0,36 BNS 3 0,23 BNS 2,5 0,28 DK 15 0,12 LK 25 0,11 P 5 0,07 Z 4 50,3 M NOVI SAD 4 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) - NOVI SAD 5 (ZRENJANINSKA PETLJA) 0,539 1 M D * * * * * * AB 7 0,4 BNS 9 0,27 BNS 7 0,22 * * * CS 20 0,25 Š 32 0,13 * * * P M KAĆ - ŽABALJ 1 13,320 3 M D AB 4 0,4 BNS 9 0,27 BNS 6 0,22 CS 16 0,3 Š 29 0,13 P 11 64,5 M D AB 4 0,4 BNS 5 0,36 BNS 6 0,23 CS 17 0,3 Š 30 0,13 P 12 58,5 M D AB 4 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,25 BNS 7 0,36 BNS 4,5 0,28 CS 17 0,3 Š 37 0,13 P 8 65,2 M ŽABALJ 1 - ZRENJANIN 1 (OBILAZNICA) 24,300 5 M D AB 4 0,4 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 11 0,23 CS 20 0,3 Š 32 0,13 P M D AB 5 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,36 BNS 8,5 0,23 CS 18 0,3 Š 31 0,13 P 6 70,2 M D AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 8,5 0,23 DK 50 0,12 Š 30 0,11 Z 4 59,3 M D AB 4 0,4 BNS 3,5 0,28 BNS 6,5 0,23 CS 18 0,3 Š 47 0,13 Z 10 64,5 M D AB 6 0,4 BNS 7 0,28 CS 18 0,3 Š 30 0,13 Z 3 60,4 M ZRENJANIN 5 (OBILAZNICA) - ZRENJANIN 6 (KANAL BEGEJ) 2,300 1 M D BNS 3 0,27 BNS 6 0,23 DK 12 0,12 LK 24 0,15 Z 5 66,3 M ZRENJANIN 6 (KANAL BEGEJ) - ŽITIŠTE 12,420 2 M D AB 4 0,35 BNS 5,5 0,28 BNS 10,5 0,23 DK 30 0,12 Z 6 62 M D BNS 7 0,4 BNS 15,5 0,27 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 15 0,1 Z 5 70,4 M ŽITIŠTE - BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO 15,060 3 M D AB 2 0,35 BNS 7 0,35 BNS 11 0,26 DK 19 0,12 Š 30 0,13 Z 7 63,5 M D BNS 6 0,35 BNS 7 0,35 BNS 12 0,35 DK 17 0,1 Z 5 60 M D BNS 5 0,27 BNS 8 0,27 BNS 8 0,23 DK 21 0,1 Z 7 63,5 M BANATSKO KARAĐORĐEVO - NOVA CRNJA 8,285 2 M D AB 4 0,35 BNS 8,5 0,27 BNS 16,5 0,23 DK 26 0,1 Z 6 56,2 M D AB 3 0,4 BNS 5 0,27 BNS 5 0,27 BNS 12 0,27 BNS 7 0,27 DK 8 0,12 LK 18 0,15 Z 7 63,7 M NOVA CRNJA - VOJVODA STEPA 4,405 1 M D AB 4 0,25 AB 4 0,25 BNS 6 0,22 DK 8 0,12 LK 18 0,25 Z 5 67,2 M VOJVODA STEPA - granica SR/RUM (SRPSKA CRNJA) 10,006 2 M D AB 5 0,35 BNS 7,5 0,28 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 18 0,12 Z 4 68,5 M D AB 7 0,35 DK 17 0,1 Z 6 58,6 M VLASOTINCE - SVOÐE 15,898 2 M D AB 5 0,25 BNS 7,5 0,23 DK 36 0,1 8 62,4 M D BNS 7 0,28 DK 26 0, ,6 M BONJINCE - BABUŠNICA 17,266 4 M D AB 3 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 Š 39 0, ,4 M D BNS 6,5 0,28 DK 35 0, ,4 M D AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 4 0,36 BNS 10 0,36 DK 30 0,14 STENA - 56,5 M D AB 2 0,35 BNS 3 0,28 DK 20 0,1 9 67,4 M BABUŠNICA - DONJI STRIŽEVAC 4,424 1 M D BNS 4,5 0,28 DK 15 0,1 Z 4 62,7 M DONJI STRIŽEVAC - SADIKOV BUNAR 15,459 4 M D 958,6 677,0 515,6 259,3 155,8 104,8 80,0 BNS 6 0,24 Š 24 0,09 Z 8 70,5 M D 544,4 434,6 356,4 192,3 107,3 76,2 56,8 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 4,5 0,36 Š 28 0, ,2 M D 366,4 210,4 121,4 24,8 7,0 4,1 2,7 BNS 8 0,28 Š 30 0, ,3 M D 717,4 592,2 477,3 274,1 166,5 109,3 78,9 AB 2 0,35 DK 20 0,1 Z 6 52,6 M SADIKOV BUNAR - PIROT 4,319 1 M D 972,5 830,7 694,0 392,6 224,9 131,1 88,6 AB 5,5 0,4 DK 27 0,1 Z 5 53,4 M SRPSKI MILETIĆ - ODŽACI 1 (DERONJE) 9,379 2 M D AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 4 0,23 AB 4,5 0,35 DK 47 0,14 Z 5,5 55,2 M D AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,27 DK 30 0,12 Z 5 60,9 M ODŽACI 1 (DERONJE) - BAČ 13,592 3 M D AB 5,5 0,4 DK 42 0,12 Z 5 50,26 M D AB 3 0,25 DK 33 0,12 Z 6 48,8 M D BNS 4 0,36 BNS 8 0,36 CS 13 0,3 Z 8 57,5 M BAČ - BAČKA PALANKA 1 (OBROVAC) 16,200 3 M D BNS 5,5 0,36 BNS 6,5 0,36 DK 16 0,12 Z 7 64,38 M D AB 6 0,35 BNS 4 0,35 Š 7 0,11 DK 16 0,12 Z 7 66,4 M D AB 6 0,25 AB 4 0,25 DK 17 0,1 Z 6,5 67,2 M BAČKA PALANKA 1 (OBROVAC) - BAČKA PALANKA 5 6,400 3 M D AB 4,5 0,4 AB 4 0,4 DK 19 0,14 Z 5,5 49,2 M D AB 5 0,4 AB 3 0,25 BNS 8 0,28 B 18 0,3 Š 12 0,11 Z 7,5 53,5 M D AB 4 0,35 AB 2 0,35 AB 3 0,25 BNS 6 0,27 DK 18 0,14 Z 8 56,7 M BAČKA PALANKA 6 - granica SR/HR (BAČKA PALANKA) 2,153 1 M D AB 5 0,35 BNS 12 0,27 CS 15 0,25 P 15 0,07 P 9 54,5 M DEBELI LUG - MAJDANPEK 8,668 2 M D 443,9 315,1 243,1 116,1 71,2 53,2 42,1 AB 5 0,4 BNS 4 0,36 BNS 4 0,23 DK 28 0,14 Z 6 55 M D 563,4 417,7 341,7 196,7 124,6 83,8 59,3 AB 5 0,4 BNS 3 0,36 BNS 4,5 0,23 BNS 4 0,24 DK 32 0,14 Z 7 51,9 M BRANA "HE ÐERDAP I" - KLADOVO 9,862 2 M D 225,4 179,4 159,2 95,4 57,4 36,0 23,7 AB 1,5 0,4 BNS 4 0,28 BNS 1,5 0,28 BNS 8 0,23 BNS 7,5 0,23 Š 35 0,13 Z 5 59,2 M D 381,8 346,5 281,0 147,5 90,1 59,7 42,2 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,35 BNS 7,5 0,27 Š 36 0,11 Z 4 71,6 M KLADOVO - MILUTINOVAC 10,504 1 M D 505,6 362,3 299,3 174,1 109,0 75,5 557,6 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 9 0,27 BNS 6 0,23 Š 40 0,11 Z 6 67,4 M MILUTINOVAC - BRZA PALANKA 12,784 3 M D 327,0 259,8 216,4 125,3 79,2 48,8 36,5 AB 5 0,4 BNS 8 0,27 BNS 7 0,23 DK 5 0,12 Š 26 0,11 Z 5 64,6 M D 342,7 306,3 262,6 158,6 107,4 77,4 60,2 AB 3 0,4 BNS 4,5 0,35 BNS 6 0,23 DK 6 0,14 Š 26 0,13 Z 7,5 69,5 M D 679,3 405,8 329,6 184,5 118,8 84,1 65,2 AB 4 0,4 AB 5,5 0,4 DK 10 0,12 Š 23 0,09 Z 5 58,6 M BRZA PALANKA - SLATINSKA REKA (SLATINA) 6,542 1 M D 419,9 270,6 210,1 115,5 70,2 42,8 30,1 AB 4 0,35 BNS 8 0,35 BNS 7 0,27 DK 10 0,12 Š 20 0,09 Z 4,5 68 M SLATINSKA REKA (SLATINA) - DUŠANOVAC 16,400 4 M ,0 242,6 194,3 90,0 38,2 14,4 5,5 AB 6 0,4 BNS 6 0,35 BNS 8,5 0,27 Š 42 0,11 14,7 59,9 M ,3 325,6 302,1 159,7 98,2 69,5 56,1 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 6 0,35 BNS 10 0,27 Š 40 0, ,4 M ,2 237,1 201,1 118,5 70,7 46,7 34,7 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 8 0,35 BNS 9 0,35 Š 40 0, ,3 M ,3 466,0 386,3 232,6 152,5 105,7 79,0 AB 6 0,35 BNS 7 0,35 BNS 7 0,27 Š 40 0,13 Z 6 73,4 M DUŠANOVAC - NEGOTIN 5 7,800 1 M ,7 339,6 274,0 161,7 114,1 84,6 66,2 AB 4 0,4 BNS 9 0,27 BNS 9 0,23 Š 38 0,13 Z 5,5 65,5 M MEROŠINA 2 (ROZINA) - PROKUPLJE 1 (ORLJANE) 11,840 3 M D 330,5 278,9 249,4 170,4 123,5 95,3 76,1 AB 6 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 DK 8 0,14 Š 20 0,13 Z 8 52,3 M D 529,9 409,5 332,5 176,6 102,6 68,3 50,9 BNS 9,5 0,28 DK 16 0,14 Š 40 0, ,3 M D 632,7 478,9 355,6 159,1 90,5 62,0 50,7 BNS 6 0,28 DK 15 0,12 DK 30 0,1 Z 5,5 68,4 M PROKUPLJE 4 (BELA VODA) - POTOČIĆ 1 (DONJA TOPONICA) 8,287 2 M D 707,7 487,8 356,1 150,4 77,4 51,8 39,1 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 6 0,27 DK 10 0,12 DK 20 0,12 Z 7 52,6 M D 574,9 434,2 351,0 209,7 138,0 97,5 72,4 AB 6 0,28 BNS 6,5 0,27 BNS 5 0,27 DK 13 0,12 Š 16 0, ,8 M POTOČIĆ 2 (MALA PLANA) - BELOLJIN 6,927 1 M D 481,2 382,7 310,9 168,9 101,4 67,4 51,3 AB 6 0,4 BNS 6 0,36 DK 20 0,14 Š 30 0,13 Š 16 66,1 M BELOLJIN - KURŠUMLIJA 1 14,920 3 M D 327,2 284,0 250,6 166,6 115,7 83,9 63,4 AB 4 0,4 BNS 9,5 0,36 DK 15 0,14 Š 30 0,13 Š 17 57,4 M D 816,8 618,4 477,4 244,5 147,7 106,2 77,0 BNS 7,5 0,28 DK 20 0,12 Š 23 0,13 Z 7 52,7 M D 673,0 441,9 348,3 271,3 95,3 63,7 47,3 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 9,5 0,28 BNS 5 0,24 DK 20 0,12 Š 20 0,13 Z 7,5 63,8 M KURŠUMLIJA 1 - RUDARE 9,262 2 M D 1088,8 853,2 672,4 253,8 107,3 58,0 47,0 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,26 BNS 8 0,22 DK 18 0,12 Š 15 0,11 Z 8,5 67,4 M D 641,0 439,7 322,3 132,2 59,9 34,7 23,7 AB 4 0,35 BNS 12 0,23 DK 15 0,12 Š 18 0,09 Z 8 55,1 M RUDARE - granica APKM (MERDARE) 18,913 4 M D 849,9 593,9 455,4 200,8 111,9 73,1 52,7 AB 2 0,25 BNS 10 0,22 DK 12 0,12 Š 23 0,09 Z 6,5 51,8

162 Road Section Start node End node Section name Length Test Sample mark GPS - X GPS - Y Carriage. number side D/L D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 Wear. layer d ai Upper bear. layer 1 d ai Upper bear. layer 2 d ai Upper bear. layer 3 d ai Upper bear. layer 4 d ai Upper bear. layer 5 d ai Upper bear. layer 6 d ai Lower bear. layer 1 d ai Lower bear. layer 2 d ai Lower bear. layer 3 d ai Subgrade CBR SRT M D 461,1 386,1 331,2 186,8 108,2 68,6 47,2 AB 5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 DK 34 0,14 Z 7,5 53,6 M D 367,3 292,5 254,8 161,4 98,6 62,6 44,7 AB 4 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,28 DK 30 0, ,7 M D 1048,8 514,2 287,6 71,8 14,4 1,4 0,8 AB 4 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,27 DK 28 0, ,2 M BRANA "HE ÐERDAP I" - POREČKI MOST 1 (BRZA PALANKA) 47,013 9 M D 399,6 313,1 249,7 115,0 42,3 15,8 7,6 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,23 BNS 8 0,23 DK 7 0,14 Š 28 0,13 GLINA SA KAMENOM 9,5 68,3 M D 306,9 251,7 215,9 130,1 74,4 44,1 29,5 AB 2 0,4 BNS 9 0,35 BNS 9,5 0,27 DK 5 0,14 Š 32 0,13 PRAŠ. GLINA SA KAM ,1 M D 521,1 449,6 392,1 231,5 34,1 80,2 53,4 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 7 0,35 BNS 9 0,23 DK 5 0,14 Š 32 0,13 Z 7 59,9 M D 605,9 461,6 380,2 199,3 94,2 46,2 29,7 AB 4 0,35 AB 5 0,35 BNS 9 0,27 DK 5 0,12 Š 28 0,13 Z 5 61,7 M D 280,2 203,3 156,0 74,8 33,3 14,3 6,8 AB 4 0,35 BNS 4 0,27 BNS 10 0,28 DK 8 0,14 Š 34 0,13 GLINA SA KAMENOM M D 262,6 202,3 152,5 67,4 41,3 30,3 24,0 AB 3 0,35 BNS 5,5 0,27 Š 30 0,13 STENA U RASPADU 63 M D 334,0 213,9 147,9 53,6 22,7 9,7 3,5 AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 6 0,35 Š 32 0,11 Š 13 63,3 M D 691,2 517,4 403,2 210,6 125,5 83,2 61,1 AB 3 0,4 BNS 7 0,35 BNS 8 0,27 Š 30 0,13 Z 7 72,3 M D 444,6 300,8 214,4 74,8 25,8 11,2 6,9 AB 3 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,35 BNS 7,5 0,27 DK 6 0,14 Š 40 0,13 Š M POREČKI MOST 1 (BRZA PALANKA) - POREČKI MOST 2 (MOSNA) 1,723 1 M D 412,1 312,6 257,1 137,9 73,1 44,0 30,9 AB 2 0,4 BNS 7 0,35 BNS 9 0,23 DK 5 0,14 Š 32 0,13 Z 6 64,7 M POREČKI MOST 2 (MOSNA) - STARA RESKOVICA 9,129 1 M D 1170,3 720,8 516,6 212,3 84,5 36,8 24,0 AB 2 0,4 BNS 4 0,27 BNS 13 0,23 DK 6 0,14 Š 35 0,13 Z 6,5 65,3 M ČUKARKA 1 (AUTOPUT) - PREŠEVO 8,300 2 M D 498,6 373,6 291,7 160,4 109,4 79,7 63,6 BNS 6,5 0,27 DK 24 0,14 7,2 85,72 M D 394,9 297,3 225,5 114,3 76,8 58,9 44,5 BNS 7 0,27 DK 24 0, ,12 M PREŠEVO - granica APKM (DEPČE) 12,500 3 M D 412,9 285,3 201,7 59,2 21,8 15,8 9,4 BNS 7,5 0,28 DK 21 0, ,52 M D 504,9 395,6 279,8 78,5 20,8 10,0 7,5 BNS 7 0,27 DK 22 0, ,72 M D 916,7 704,1 563,6 283,4 164,3 109,4 77,9 BNS 8 0,36 DK 30 0, ,44 M granica APKM (KONČULJ) - BUJANOVAC 2 12,320 2 M D 1209,7 907,6 732,3 393,8 238,7 159,4 116,1 AB 4 0,4 BNS 2 0,36 BNS 7 0,23 DK 38 0,14 21,2 81,18 M D 807,6 621,4 519,3 321,9 214,8 149,1 110,1 AB 5 0,4 BNS 3,5 0,36 BNS 7,5 0,23 DK 34 0,14 24,2 84,26 M BUJANOVAC 2 - BUJANOVAC 3 0,980 1 M D 716,6 516,0 401,7 200,5 111,4 73,5 58,3 AB 1,5 0,4 BNS 3,5 0,36 BNS 6 0,23 DK 27 0,12 8,2 72,48 R BLACE 3 - BELOLJIN 11,271 3 R D 425,9 359,1 318,2 210,9 138,6 89,6 63,0 AB 3 0,4 BNS 8 0,28 BNS 3,5 0,28 BNS 6 0,24 DK 20 0,1 Z 5 52,3 R D 596,4 498,6 416,9 216,9 117,0 68,1 46,0 AB 7 0,4 BNS 11 0,23 DK 16 0,1 Z 5 56,2 R D 675,0 517,8 414,9 221,1 119,5 73,7 50,0 AB 4 0,35 BNS 7 0,23 BNS 5 0,23 DK 16 0,16 Z 5,5 60,38 R BAČKO NOVO SELO - BAČ 16,446 4 R D BNS 7 0,27 BNS 5 0,23 DK 9 0,12 Š 9 0,09 Z 5 67,2 R D AB 5 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,28 DK 20 0,1 Z 7 62,3 R D BNS 8 0,23 DK 25 0,1 Z 6 58,4 R D AB 2 0,4 BNS 8 0,28 DK 30 0,12 Z 6,5 50,28 R BAČ - SILBAŠ 1 (GAJDOBRA) 22,549 4 R D AB 3 0,4 DK 32 0,14 Z 8 48,6 R D AB 5 0,4 BNS 3 0,36 BNS 8 0,27 DK 10 0,14 Š 16 0,13 Z 8 63,5 R D AB 5 0,4 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 5 0,28 BNS 4,5 0,24 DK 36 0,12 Z 6,5 56,2 R D AB 5 0,4 AB 3 0,4 BNS 7 0,28 DK 10 0,14 Š 30 0,13 Z 6 79,2 R SILBAŠ 2 (DESPOTOVO) - RUMENKA 25,643 3 R D AB 3 0,35 BNS 7 0,28 BNS 5 0,26 BNS 8 0,22 DK 14 0,12 Š 42 0,12 Z 8 66,4 R D AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 4,5 0,28 BNS 15 0,23 DK 14 0,12 Z 7 64,8 R D AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 4,5 0,28 AB 2 0,25 AB 4,5 0,25 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 7 0,12 Š 22 0,11 Z 6 62,3 R103b STRANAC - GRZA 25,273 2 R103b D 1417,5 1218,9 1020,8 547,5 314,9 190,1 126,9 BNS 5 0,22 DK 13 0,1 GLINA SA KAMENOM 9 76,2 R103b D 296,7 514,4 404,1 216,4 134,3 98,8 70,7 BNS 3 0,24 DK 10 0,1 Z 5 69,7 R BRZA PALANKA - POREČKI MOST 1 (BRZA PALANKA) 30,195 5 R D 1045,3 667,9 480,9 185,0 104,6 68,5 58,1 BNS 6,5 0,28 Š 32 0,11 Z 6 63,2 R D 986,5 660,2 437,8 131,6 61,6 42,5 30,3 AB 5 0,36 DK 13 0,14 Š 20 0,13 Z 5 57,3 R D 1056,1 555,6 357,3 172,2 72,3 35,4 28,7 BNS 10 0,24 DK 4 0,1 Š 20 0,09 Z 4 72,3 R D 767,5 579,9 432,2 181,2 78,8 47,2 36,3 BNS 5 0,27 BNS 4 0,23 BNS 4,5 0,23 BNS 3 0,23 DK 5 0,14 Š 24 0, R D 1137,9 830,5 612,8 219,9 77,9 31,9 21,8 BNS 4 0,24 Š 27 0, ,5 R STARA RESKOVICA - MAJDANPEK 23,222 5 R D 1010,4 728,3 510,3 189,3 82,4 46,5 34,1 BNS 5 0,27 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 7 0,1 Š 20 0,11 Z 6 69,3 R D 1028,6 725,8 557,0 232,0 107,1 53,8 34,3 BNS 5 0,27 BNS 4 0,24 DK 6 0,1 Š 21 0, R D 882,3 606,5 445,1 187,8 84,9 58,9 47,7 BNS 5 0,35 BNS 6 0,27 DK 5 0,12 Š 23 0, R D 1240,4 979,7 756,3 397,4 241,2 155,9 105,1 BNS 4,5 0,27 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 8 0,1 Š 20 0,11 STENA 76,9 R D 1096,9 601,7 443,4 185,3 96,3 59,4 45,0 BNS 6,5 0,23 BNS 3,5 0,24 Š 29 0,11 STENA 80,4 R DEBELI LUG - JASIKOVO 18,523 4 R D 808,4 505,0 352,5 146,1 80,3 49,8 32,8 AB 5 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 14 0,14 Š 45 0, ,2 R D 498,3 342,9 239,8 79,6 34,6 22,1 15,5 BNS 7,5 0,27 BNS 8 0,23 DK 5 0,1 Š 14 0, ,1 R D 1135,9 852,2 700,4 382,4 218,7 135,0 94,9 BNS 5,5 0,27 BNS 5 0,23 DK 5 0,1 Š 12 0,09 Z 4 69,1 R D 763,5 543,8 423,3 208,4 116,9 77,0 55,7 AB 6 0,4 BNS 4,5 0,23 BNS 8 0,23 DK 19 0, ,2 R JASIKOVO - ŽAGUBICA 24,150 5 R D 1266,6 918,2 641,4 204,4 82,8 44,1 29,1 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 29 0,1 STENA - 84,8 R D 589,4 352,9 153,4 25,9 11,1 6,6 3,7 BNS 4,5 0,24 DK 29 0,12 STENA - 82,9 R D 1550,7 795,6 438,0 59,9 30,3 23,7 19,2 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 21 0, R D 686,5 555,7 472,3 282,2 173,7 118,3 88,5 AB 6,5 0,4 BNS 4 0,23 BNS 3,5 0,23 BNS 4 0,28 DK 24 0, ,3 R D 1341,0 1018,1 760,5 283,7 150,9 106,9 83,1 BNS 6 0,23 BNS 2,5 0,24 DK 19 0, ,3 R104a JASIKOVO - BOR 2 42,183 7 R104a D 832,9 553,4 386,2 153,1 93,8 68,1 51,2 BNS 5 0,23 BNS 9 0,23 DK 15 0, ,2 R104a D 1224,7 853,7 596,0 267,6 161,2 113,3 84,7 BNS 6 0,28 DK 23 0,12 Z 6,5 81,9 R104a D 883,8 614,1 390,5 174,8 103,3 73,3 54,0 BNS 6,5 0,23 DK 21 0, R104a D 1038,5 758,4 589,5 287,2 156,8 95,5 66,3 AB 4 0,35 BNS 5 0,23 DK 26 0,12 Z 6 71,9 R104a D 919,9 784,7 671,2 232,0 100,0 48,9 33,2 BNS 8 0,23 DK 22 0, ,7 R104a D 1173,4 903,7 693,7 307,4 166,4 100,0 71,1 BNS 8,5 0,23 DK 25 0, ,5 R104a D 656,9 507,5 394,8 202,1 105,5 56,6 33,6 AB 6,5 0,35 BNS 2,5 0,28 BNS 3,5 0,24 DK 18 0,1 Z 5 61,5 R105b BRESTOVAC - METOVNICA 16,902 4 R105b D 495,2 357,2 263,3 96,5 41,7 22,3 14,5 AB 7 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 23 0, ,5 R105b D 1076,2 695,4 509,3 200,8 94,9 58,9 39,5 BNS 6 0,23 DK 18 0,1 9 75,5 R105b D 2084,9 1442,0 1088,7 387,1 189,9 118,9 82,3 BNS 8 0,23 DK 16 0, ,5 R105b D 974,7 674,5 508,2 258,6 148,6 88,6 55,3 BNS 5 0,23 DK 14 0,1 7 70,2 R105b METOVNICA - GAMZIGRAD 5,831 1 R105b D 884,0 682,5 553,0 293,8 168,0 111,6 76,4 AB 7,5 0,4 BNS 5 0,23 DK 20 0, ,3 R105b ZVEZDAN - ZAJEČAR 7 (ZVEZDAN) 5,806 2 R105b D 700,3 504,5 381,9 104,2 78,9 66,0 54,0 BNS 8,5 0,36 DK 20 0,11 Z 5 60,5 R105b D 1367,1 989,0 357,9 196,5 122,8 87,0 56,0 BNS 6 0,23 DK 20 0,1 Z 8 53,5 R POREČKI MOST 2 (MOSNA) - KLOKOČEVAC 11,867 3 R D 846,6 615,0 509,6 296,0 168,8 98,7 63,4 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,27 BNS 9 0,27 Š 30 0,13 Š 12 52,3 R D 605,5 448,2 365,8 217,1 144,1 101,1 74,7 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 11 0,27 DK 7 0,14 Š 26 0,13 Z 7 53,2 R D 436,2 332,3 251,0 116,6 69,1 47,8 35,9 AB 4,5 0,35 BNS 8,5 0,23 DK 8 0,12 Š 32 0,13 PRAŠ. GLINA SA ŠLJU ,5 R MILOŠEVA KULA - LUKA 19,474 4 R D 401,1 307,9 257,3 131,3 75,8 47,1 31,7 AB 4 0,4 BNS 4 0,36 BNS 6 0,23 BNS 3,5 0,23 DK 28 0,14 GLINA SA KAMENOM 9 54,3 R D 428,8 320,4 262,8 142,9 82,1 51,6 37,2 AB 4 0,25 BNS 4 0,28 BNS 6 0,23 DK 30 0,12 GLINA SA KAMENOM 10 60,7 R D 485,6 336,7 258,1 118,9 58,4 27,1 12,4 AB 6,5 0,4 BNS 6 0,27 BNS 6 0,27 DK 28 0,14 STENA U RASPADU 56,6

163 Road Section Start node End node Section name Length Test Sample mark GPS - X GPS - Y Carriage. number side D/L D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 Wear. layer d ai Upper bear. layer 1 d ai Upper bear. layer 2 d ai Upper bear. layer 3 d ai Upper bear. layer 4 d ai Upper bear. layer 5 d ai Upper bear. layer 6 d ai Lower bear. layer 1 d ai Lower bear. layer 2 d ai Lower bear. layer 3 d ai Subgrade CBR SRT R D 618,8 420,6 310,2 123,3 45,9 24,4 13,8 AB 6 0,35 BNS 7,5 0,27 BNS 8 0,23 DK 22 0,1 STENA U RASPADU 63,4 R LUKA - ZAGRAÐE 17,293 4 R D 707,9 455,9 352,7 283,2 205,2 69,7 51,8 AB 4 0,35 BNS 8 0,23 DK 35 0,12 GLINA SA KAMENOM 8 70,9 R D 502,7 367,9 312,3 185,0 116,3 77,2 54,3 AB 4 0,35 BNS 14,5 0,27 DK 32 0,12 PRAŠ. GLINA SA KAM ,5 R D 176,4 126,1 100,1 51,6 32,3 24,7 20,0 AB 5 0,4 BNS 9,5 0,27 DK 33 0,14 STENA U RASPADU 65,4 R D 792,6 618,0 504,2 292,5 194,4 138,6 103,9 AB 7 0,27 DK 27 0,12 Z 4 66,6 R118a DOJEVIĆE - PAZARIŠTE 3,372 1 R118a D 632,1 378,9 254,4 98,6 59,8 42,8 33,7 AB 4 0,25 BNS 7 0,24 BNS 2 0,24 DK 17 0,1 Z 5 64,6 R118a PAZARIŠTE - TUTIN 1 (JUŽNI KOČANIK) 25,041 5 R118a D 287,9 204,9 133,5 53,6 36,3 30,1 28,1 AB 5 0,4 BNS 4 0,36 DK 42 0,14 STENA U RASPADU 57,6 R118a D 811,8 656,0 517,4 240,1 113,7 63,0 38,1 BNS 7,5 0,28 BNS 4 0,24 DK 15 0,1 Z 6 67,8 R118a D 341,9 234,9 184,3 98,9 65,9 47,4 37,7 BNS 5 0,28 BNS 3 0,24 DK 16 0,12 Z 7 R118a D 489,7 310,9 205,0 45,6 7,6 0,3 0,8 BNS 7,5 0,24 BNS 6 0,24 DK 18 0,12 Z 5 R118a D 850,5 6361,2 508,0 293,6 182,9 115,4 71,2 BNS 7 0,24 BNS 6,5 0,24 DK 16 0,1 Z 4 R118a TUTIN 1 (JUŽNI KOČANIK) - BREGOVI 8,778 2 R118a D 285,1 192,2 144,2 66,0 35,1 23,5 14,6 BNS 5 0,28 BNS 8 0,24 DK 18 0,1 PRAŠ. GLINA SA KAM ,6 R118a D 503,1 398,5 323,2 175,1 118,0 87,0 68,6 AB 3 0,35 BNS 7 0,28 DK 22 0,12 PRAŠ. GLINA SA KAM. 9,5 R RTANJ - SOKOBANJA 1 (BLENDIJA) 17,683 3 R D 597,7 450,4 361,2 171,7 98,7 66,1 47,6 BNS 10 0,23 DK 15 0,1 5 82,5 R D 773,6 557,1 446,7 237,8 139,7 91,6 67,6 BNS 6,5 0,35 BNS 5,5 0,27 BNS 8,5 0,26 DK 22 0, ,2 R D 644,4 403,1 286,9 102,4 57,5 48,5 36,0 BNS 6 0,24 BNS 9 0,23 DK 18 0, ,5 R SOKOBANJA 2 (VAROŠ) - DONJI KRUPAC (DOBRUJEVAC) 28,500 1 R D 871,0 663,8 525,8 285,6 176,9 117,7 84,6 AB 4 0,4 BNS 4 0,36 BNS 2 0,24 DK 21 0,14 Z 9 60,8 R DONJI KRUPAC (DOBRUJEVAC) - VELE POLJE 8,300 2 R D BNS 5 0,24 DK 20 0,1 Š 12 0, ,3 R D BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 16 0,1 Z 4 82,4 R VUKANJA - ALEKSINAC 1 (AUTOPUT) 28,208 6 R D 1187,8 876,4 651,2 194,8 87,3 55,9 44,5 BNS 5,5 0,27 Š 34 0, ,7 R D 1148,0 723,7 521,0 270,5 162,5 106,2 74,3 BNS 6,5 0,23 R D 748,6 597,1 473,2 223,1 116,4 74,3 57,6 AB 6,4 0,4 R D 447,3 324,4 249,5 124,4 80,2 59,8 48,5 AB 7,7 0,4 R D 501,5 410,7 349,2 215,4 140,8 99,5 75,6 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 DK 10 0,14 Š 15 0,13 7,5 59,7 R D 354,5 289,3 242,3 140,5 92,6 69,8 56,2 AB 3,4 0,4 BNS 7,1 0,28 DK 12 0,14 Š 18 0, ,1 R ALEKSINAC 7 - ŽUČKOVAC 22,900 5 R D 805,7 581,1 448,0 211,9 123,5 85,6 65,5 AB 3,9 0,4 AB 4,6 0,4 DK 10 0,12 Š 14 0, ,3 R D 725,2 552,6 448,6 257,2 165,8 114,2 87,2 AB 5,7 0,4 AB 3,1 0,35 DK 14 0,1 Z 5,5 42,7 R D 510,2 381,2 302,8 149,0 83,8 53,7 38,6 AB 5,6 0,4 BNS 3,2 0,23 BNS 2,4 0,23 DK 23 0, ,7 R D 144,5 109,1 91,3 50,2 21,0 8,3 2,5 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 6,5 0,36 BNS 7 0,36 DK 25 0, ,5 R D 500,9 37,5 283,8 155,3 103,4 77,0 61,6 AB 7 0,4 DK 40 0, ,1 R ŽUČKOVAC - SOKOBANJA 2 (VAROŠ) SOKOBANJA 1 (BLENDIJA) KNJAŽEVAC 3 6,403 1 R D 439,9 338,8 276,5 176,4 128,7 96,2 73,0 AB 7 0,4 R (GLOGOVAC) 34,695 7 R D 920,3 729,3 591,7 326,5 203,8 140,0 103,4 AB 1,7 0,4 BNS 5,8 0,27 Š 23 0,11 10,5 51,8 R D 1383,3 1035,1 805,3 343,5 192,1 126,9 92,2 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,35 DK 25 0,14 6,5 54,1 R D 1312,9 932,1 669,7 310,5 185,2 135,9 103,2 AB 1,8 0,35 BNS 4,9 0,23 DK 18 0, ,1 R D 1479,9 1074,2 825,9 401,5 233,3 145,9 133,8 AB 2 0,35 BNS 8 0,24 DK 15 0, ,6 R D 562,3 338,5 214,5 69,9 33,5 16,4 6,6 AB 4 0,25 DK 17 0, ,2 R D 952,8 731,3 581,1 320,8 194,5 131,9 95,4 KNJAŽEVAC 3 (GLOGOVAC) KNJAŽEVAC 4 R D 759,3 526,5 400,2 213,5 131,6 88,3 65,5 AB 3,5 0,25 DK 23 0,12 8,5 64 R (KALIČINA) 0,693 1 R D 925,9 778,1 654,9 380,9 219,0 135,1 95,2 AB 3,7 0,4 BNS 8,8 0,27 DK 15 0,14 Š 23 0,13 Z 5 53,3 R KNJAŽEVAC 1 (TRGOVIŠTE) - KALNA 26,276 5 R D 380,8 294,4 238,7 128,4 78,8 53,8 39,9 AB 6,5 0,4 BNS 2 0,27 BNS 5,9 0, D 454,8 346,8 263,3 113,4 63,9 49,5 39,9 BNS 7,8 0,27 DK 15 0,1 9,5 64, D 1679,2 1368,2 1078,6 363,8 101,6 49,5 44,0 AB 9 0,4 DK 18 0,12 5,5 65, D 1032,6 840,1 694,6 367,6 194,3 118,7 89,3 AB 6,5 0,25 DK 16 0,1 7,5 65, D 704,6 519,7 355,0 91,2 33,0 18,3 11,8 AB 3 0,25 DK 14 0, R VLASINSKO JEZERO - BOSILEGRAD 1 (VLASINSKO JEZERO) 34,588 7 R D 1087,2 900,1 759,5 442,4 265,1 161,5 104,5 AB 8 0,4 BNS 7 0,23 Š 28 0, ,28 R D 881,9 706,0 562,4 263,5 132,6 67,7 38,9 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 5 0,23 Š 28 0, ,28 R D 793,3 529,8 400,6 201,3 130,0 96,4 72,4 AB 7,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,23 Š 26 0,13 Z 6,2 92,4 R D 864,1 581,3 425,2 159,7 58,8 24,9 13,7 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 9 0,23 Š 25 0, ,68 R D 315,3 221,3 151,2 14,3 0,0 1,0 1,0 AB 3 0,35 BNS 6 0,28 BNS 6 0,23 Š 23 0, ,24 R D 537,8 416,5 330,0 171,2 95,7 62,2 45,6 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 3 0,28 BNS 6,5 0,23 Š 28 0, ,2 R D 533,6 397,4 302,6 141,4 72,1 44,0 31,2 AB 6,5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,23 Š 26 0, ,46 R BOSILEGRAD 1 (VLASINSKO JEZERO) - BOSILEGRAD 2 (VAROŠ) 1,018 1 R D 774,0 548,4 397,3 147,7 56,0 23,5 12,1 AB 5 0,4 BNS 5 0,23 Š 40 0, ,6 R BOSILEGRAD 2 (VAROŠ) - RIBARCI 12,010 2 R D 458,8 367,4 310,1 178,1 98,5 51,9 28,6 AB 4,5 0,35 BNS 5,5 0,28 BNS 4,5 0,28 AB 6,5 0,25 BNS 5,5 0,23 Š 18 0, ,64 R D 413,5 346,7 298,0 183,0 108,6 64,7 40,0 AB 5 0,4 BNS 5 0,28 AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 7 0,23 DK 21 0, ,12 R RIBARCI - granica SR/BUG (RIBARCI) 0,126 1 R D 840,4 664,6 525,3 229,7 115,3 71,9 55,5 AB 7 0,4 BNS 7 0,27 BNS 4 0,23 Š 23 0, ,2 R122a RIBARCI - GR SR/MAK (KARAMANICA) 25,600 2 R122a D 491,7 367,3 278,1 107,1 37,8 15,3 10,9 AB 4 0,4 BNS 6 0,36 Š 30 0,13 STENA - 81,56 R122a D 472,3 348,8 254,7 84,9 26,8 12,8 9,8 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,36 Š 24 0,13 STENA - 84,56 R122b SASTAV REKA - STREZIMIROVCI 24,110 2 R122b D 1265,4 1015,3 708,6 219,5 134,2 73,0 52,5 BNS 9 0,23 DK 30 0,1 8 82,3 R122b D 1142,9 904,9 498,3 185,1 109,1 70,5 50,9 BNS 6,5 0,23 DK 32 0,1 7 80,6 R LESKOVAC 1 (GORNJA STOPANJA) - DRAGOVAC 20,196 5 R D 555,9 577,1 448,5 221,1 137,0 99,8 80,6 AB 5 0,4 BNS 4 0,23 DK 5 0,14 Š 29 0, ,4 R D 999,8 594,5 429,6 195,7 107,0 68,7 53,4 AB 7 0,4 BNS 5 0,23 DK 6 0,14 Š 28 0,13 Z 8 64,6 R D 789,4 507,3 354,6 267,1 92,6 59,6 46,8 BNS 5 0,28 BNS 5 0,23 BNS 5 0,23 DK 6 0,12 Š 20 0,11 Z 6 61,4 R D 1366,3 1050,2 817,9 377,4 188,5 103,0 63,7 AB 7 0,4 BNS 3 0,28 BNS 5 0,23 DK 26 0,14 Z 7 64,5 R D 685,2 517,6 437,6 268,9 175,8 119,0 88,0 AB 6,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 DK 8 0,14 Š 23 0,13 Z 5 62,1 R BOJNIK 1 (KAMENICA) - DOBRA VODA 18,025 3 R D 897,0 593,4 447,0 224,1 126,0 73,4 47,1 BNS 9 0,27 Š 28 0,09 Z 4 68,4 R D 906,0 639,4 442,5 197,8 116,8 80,9 62,3 BNS 7 0,27 Š 26 0, ,4 R D 938,2 652,2 488,1 243,6 149,4 98,7 70,6 BNS 5,5 0,26 Š 20 0, ,3 R LIČJE - LESKOVAC 5 (BRATMILOVCI) 27,406 6 R D 1295,0 877,7 617,6 198,9 82,6 52,3 43,0 BNS 6 0,28 Š 30 0, ,2 R D 956,4 585,0 407,2 143,9 60,2 29,8 20,7 BNS 9 0,28 Š 24 0, ,2 R D 706,6 459,1 337,2 166,7 100,9 68,9 50,5 AB 6 0,36 BNS 9 0,27 Š 48 0,13 10,5 57,8 R D 1027,4 761,9 601,1 306,0 166,9 96,8 59,1 AB 5 0,4 BNS 5 0,23 Š 40 0,113 11,5 62,4 R D 436,6 341,9 284,4 162,5 106,9 83,5 69,2 AB 5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 Š 28 0, ,8 R D 530,8 403,7 326,2 195,7 134,9 98,6 75,4 BNS 7 0,36 DK 5 0,14 Š 50 0, ,8 R124a STUDENA (KALUĐERCE) - VLASE 12,600 1 R124a D 927,3 723,0 522,7 248,2 130,8 74,9 46,2 BNS 5 0,23 Š 47 0,13 Z 7 90,32 R124b ŽITORAÐE - MAČKATICA 23,102 4 R124b D 1146,9 867,0 605,7 244,1 120,4 77,8 57,0 BNS 8 0,24 DK 18 0,1 STENA - 70,1 R124b D 804,2 550,0 376,5 124,7 48,1 25,6 17,5 BNS 9 0,27 DK 22 0,14 STENA - 67,4 R124b D 1336,2 1037,5 775,4 292,9 119,1 57,5 39,3 BNS 7 0,28 DK 23 0,14 STENA - 66,4

164 Road Section Start node End node Section name Length Test Sample mark GPS - X GPS - Y Carriage. number side D/L D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 Wear. layer d ai Upper bear. layer 1 d ai Upper bear. layer 2 d ai Upper bear. layer 3 d ai Upper bear. layer 4 d ai Upper bear. layer 5 d ai Upper bear. layer 6 d ai Lower bear. layer 1 d ai Lower bear. layer 2 d ai Lower bear. layer 3 d ai Subgrade CBR SRT R124b D 1090,6 678,6 491,1 233,2 123,3 75,9 53,9 BNS 7 0,23 DK 24 0,12 STENA - 69,2 R BOSILEGRAD 1 (VLASINSKO JEZERO) - GLOŽJE (GOLEMA REKA) 9,220 2 R D 541,7 299,4 136,6 0,0 1,9 0,1 4,1 BNS 5 0,23 Š 41 0,13 STENA - 93,72 R D 706,7 488,6 358,9 152,3 82,4 52,4 35,7 BNS 8 0,27 Š 35 0,13 STENA - 94,08 R RADOVNICA - DONJI STAJEVAC 8,100 2 R D 990,8 694,8 500,1 224,6 126,7 81,8 59,0 BNS 6 0,23 DK 31 0, ,08 R D 1028,5 732,6 528,4 152,0 44,7 21,0 12,8 BNS 8,5 0,23 DK 34 0, ,72 R DONJI STAJEVAC - TRGOVIŠTE 8,822 2 R D 1004,0 697,7 421,7 101,4 37,2 13,9 9,1 BNS 7,5 0,23 DK 29 0, ,08 R D 547,2 329,0 209,3 31,2 9,1 7,3 6,1 BNS 10 0,23 DK 26 0, ,68 R TRGOVIŠTE - SVETA PETKA 24,561 5 R D 475,8 242,1 145,4 41,0 12,6 3,6 0,9 BNS 7,5 0,23 DK 29 0, ,76 R D 531,3 306,7 196,1 58,0 25,3 15,3 10,3 BNS 6 0,23 DK 27 0, ,4 R D 548,8 368,0 270,3 93,5 37,3 21,8 14,9 AB 7 0,4 BNS 6 0,23 DK 30 0, ,82 R D 1518,2 1084,0 816,7 292,7 118,4 60,7 35,4 AB 4 0,4 BNS 8 0,23 DK 28 0, ,02 R D 643,8 470,9 362,1 179,9 111,7 78,2 59,2 AB 8,5 0,4 BNS 6 0,23 DK 32 0,14 Z 6,6 74,28 R SVETA PETKA - DAVIDOVAC 3 10,810 3 R D 553,7 492,6 354,5 198,7 114,4 72,5 51,8 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 AB 5,5 0,35 BNS 8,5 0,23 DK 20 0, ,6 R D 652,4 513,9 431,8 257,2 162,2 110,6 83,3 AB 4 0,4 BNS 9,5 0,36 BNS 9,5 0,23 DK 27 0, ,2 R D 1500,3 1202,9 1005,2 524,6 266,5 162,0 111,2 AB 2,5 0,25 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 5 0,12 LK 16 0,15 DK 10 0, ,82 R125a SVETA PETKA - granica SR/BJRM (SV. PROHOR PČINJSKI) 13,935 4 R125a D 852,9 607,8 450,4 215,1 130,5 89,6 72,2 BNS 6,5 0,27 DK 32 0,12 Z 9 91,32 R125a D 1419,9 1018,4 719,5 290,8 132,6 73,5 46,9 BNS 5,5 0,22 DK 30 0, ,4 R125a D 624,8 389,7 265,0 80,3 24,6 9,2 5,8 BNS 8,5 0,22 DK 30 0,12 18,2 90,68 R125a D 419,6 317,8 255,5 130,9 70,4 46,1 31,5 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 LK 32 0,12 23,2 81,12 R125b VELIKI TRNOVAC 2 - MUHOVAC 0,000 2 R125b D 980,5 618,2 413,4 177,6 123,7 95,9 75,4 AB 5 0,4 BNS 2 0,36 BNS 7 0,23 DK 30 0,14 9,2 60,12 R125b D 676,5 574,4 459,5 268,5 166,7 110,7 79,3 AB 4 0,4 BNS 4 0,36 BNS 6 0,23 DK 35 0,14 DK 24 73,72 R POJATE 2 - NOVI BRAĆIN 5,700 2 R D 434,7 346,9 294,6 189,9 133,6 98,0 75,7 BNS 13,5 0,28 Š 28 0, ,2 R D 682,0 539,6 465,0 267,2 158,5 101,8 75,9 AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,27 BNS 3,5 0,24 DK 10 0,12 Š 18 0, ,4 R NOVI BRAĆIN - RAŽANJ 2 7,601 1 R D 486,1 376,5 311,1 179,1 114,6 80,1 61,3 BNS 8 0,27 BNS 3 0,28 DK 12 0,12 Š 20 0,11 Z 5 67,4 R RAŽANJ 2 - DELIGRAD 8,584 2 R D 379,6 312,0 280,2 201,5 146,1 106,0 79,9 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 8 0,35 BNS 11 0,27 Š 60 0, ,3 R D 533,4 420,0 366,5 237,4 155,7 102,5 73,4 AB 3,5 0,35 BNS 4 0,27 BNS 6 0,27 DK 10 0,12 Š 22 0,11 Z 6 58,4 R DELIGRAD - ALEKSINAČKI BUJMIR 11,539 2 R D 527,4 425,8 362,6 234,1 166,9 124,3 95,5 AB 5 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 DK 26 0, ,2 R D 465,7 368,8 296,0 168,5 113,2 84,8 67,0 AB 3 0,4 BNS 9 0,35 DK 23 0, ,2 R ALEKSINAC 3 - KATUN 7,900 2 R D 604,6 452,1 355,5 187,0 120,6 87,0 66,3 BNS 5 0,23 DK 10 0,1 6 64,7 R D 390,0 344,8 306,3 210,1 147,0 104,5 76,3 AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,36 BNS 3,5 0,24 BNS 11 0,28 BNS 8,5 0,24 DK 16 0,12 Z 5 57,2 R KATUN - GORNJA TOPONICA 11,200 2 R D 427,4 362,5 323,7 222,3 150,4 102,1 73,0 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 BNS 6 0,28 Š 35 0, ,2 R D 471,7 376,7 318,0 200,0 139,2 103,3 80,2 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 DK 23 0,14 Z 7 62,7 R GORNJA TOPONICA - NIŠ 4 (GORNJA TOPONICA) 7,973 2 R D 371,4 296,7 255,9 157,0 103,0 71,6 53,2 AB 6 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 BNS 3,5 0,23 DK 18 0,12 Z 6 60,4 R D 553,3 453,6 388,4 244,9 160,8 111,4 84,3 AB 4 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 KOCKA 10 0,38 P 7 0,07 DK 17 0,12 Z 7 50,2 R NIŠ 12 - ORLJANE 13,736 3 R D 305,6 300,9 293,8 268,5 236,5 202,6 170,4 B 20 0,45 Š 15 0,13 Z 7 - R D 471,4 437,2 408,7 315,2 221,5 174,5 136,0 B 20 0,45 Š 14 0,13 Z 6,5 - R D 622,7 485,2 408,2 256,4 183,3 138,1 106,6 AB 3,5 0,4 AB 4 0,35 BNS 5 0,28 DK 8 0,12 Š 24 0,11 Z 7,5 - R DOLJEVAC 2 - BRESTOVAC 2 6,280 2 R D 518,0 422,0 358,1 210,5 134,0 94,3 72,1 AB 3,5 0,4 AB 4,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,28 DK 10 0,12 Š 27 0,12 Z 6,2 58,26 R D 741,4 620,0 541,6 343,8 227,5 155,6 111,1 AB 4 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 DK 12 0,14 Š 25 0,12 6,4 50,22 R BRESTOVAC 3 - LESKOVAC 3 18,514 4 R D 729,7 603,1 499,4 321,4 220,8 156,9 118,2 BNS 8 0,23 DK 10 0,12 Š 22 0, ,48 R D 1075,3 895,0 771,3 488,8 320,8 221,5 151,1 BNS 8 0,22 DK 7 0,1 Š 22 0, ,22 R D 1275,8 1039,3 875,9 524,9 333,1 220,7 156,6 AB 3 0,25 BNS 6 0,24 DK 6 0,1 Š 24 0,11 6,5 54,4 R D 390,8 345,4 318,0 239,3 176,2 129,2 98,4 AB 4 0,4 BNS 5 0,35 BNS 11 0,27 DK 6 0,14 Š 27 0,13 6,5 63,8 R DŽEP - VLADIČIN HAN 2 11,700 2 R D 696,2 688,4 431,2 199,8 117,3 84,0 31,8 BNS 9,5 0,36 DK 10 0,12 LK 20 0, ,4 R D 438,4 338,4 241,2 91,8 45,2 26,7 18,3 BNS 7 0,28 Š 22 0, ,42 R REPNICE - LEPENICA 4,215 1 R D 546,1 402,7 314,7 163,4 102,6 72,3 54,8 AB 6,5 0,4 BNS 6 0,4 DK 6 0,14 Š 20 0, ,38 R BAČVIŠTE (STUBAL) - RANUTOVAC 2 12,369 3 R D 676,4 506,0 398,5 201,5 124,3 86,2 63,0 BNS 6 0,24 BNS 6 0,24 DK 8 0,12 LK 17 0,14 10,4 68,24 R D 552,5 473,6 405,0 251,7 157,9 100,6 68,6 AB 5,5 0,4 AB 4 0,4 BNS 2,5 0,24 BNS 6,5 0,24 BNS 5 0,24 DK 20 0, ,34 R D 460,1 333,8 248,7 112,8 66,7 46,1 36,0 AB 7 0,4 DK 29 0,12 Š 25 0, ,64 R RANUTOVAC 1 (AUTOPUT) - VRANJE 2 5,400 1 R D 848,9 647,0 497,8 229,5 123,4 76,2 56,3 AB 6,5 0,4 DK 36 0,12 Z 4 70,2 R VRANJE 2 - VRANJE 3 1,400 1 R D 472,2 402,7 350,3 217,3 130,3 78,3 50,5 AB 6 0,4 BNS 3,5 0,4 BNS 5 0,23 DK 14 0,14 Š 20 0, ,18 R VRANJE 3 - DAVIDOVAC 2 9,891 2 R D 495,8 373,4 302,7 175,3 119,2 90,7 70,6 AB 3 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 DK 12 0,14 DK 22 0, ,4 R D 446,3 341,0 275,8 152,1 96,3 68,1 52,4 AB 5 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 DK 26 0, ,8 R DAVIDOVAC 3 - BUJANOVAC 4 5,594 1 R D 742,7 544,3 418,5 218,3 140,2 102,7 83,0 AB 5 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 DK 22 0, ,92 R BUJANOVAC 4 - ČUKARKA 2 20,000 4 R D 863,8 588,1 429,8 156,7 57,6 24,5 15,7 AB 5 0,4 BNS 5 0,27 DK 23 0, ,8 R D 800,8 629,8 510,0 257,2 137,3 81,8 56,1 AB 4 0,4 BNS 10 0,36 DK 34 0, ,2 R D 785,4 623,4 516,7 300,1 211,1 145,7 94,8 BNS 7 0,27 DK 26 0, ,2 R D 1164,3 924,9 663,2 242,0 118,1 78,1 56,0 BNS 7,5 0,24 DK 13 0, ,8 R ČUKARKA 2 - granica SR/BJRM (TABANOVCE) 4,300 1 R D 1125,4 857,7 661,8 311,6 173,0 108,1 73,6 BNS 6 0,23 DK 12 0, ,68 R MERĆEZ - KURŠUMLIJA 2 (MAČKOVAC) 24,208 4 R D 509,8 407,5 310,6 134,5 67,1 41,0 29,9 AB 2 0,25 BNS 6,5 0,23 DK 8 0,1 Š 38 0, ,4 R D 592,0 422,0 313,3 137,6 75,9 48,3 34,4 BNS 5,5 0,28 Š 31 0, ,5 R D 548,6 366,0 261,1 106,7 64,3 45,2 33,0 BNS 7 0,22 Š 26 0, ,52 R D 570,2 406,8 289,0 82,5 25,6 10,8 6,5 BNS 6 0,28 DK 8 0,1 Š 20 0,11 6,5 52,8 R KURŠUMLIJA 3 (MARKOVICE) - granica APKM (PREPOLAC) 11,700 3 R D 694,1 519,8 411,0 213,3 129,1 90,1 68,6 AB 2 0,4 BNS 4 0,4 BNS 4 0,23 DK 10 0,14 Š 18 0, ,3 R D 459,1 325,8 250,9 123,4 78,4 56,7 42,6 AB 4 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 DK 8 0,14 Š 20 0,13 13,5 57,5 R D 515,9 427,7 357,5 207,3 126,7 83,1 58,7 AB 3 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,28 DK 7 0,14 Š 20 0, ,7 R KLISURICA - PROKUPLJE 2 (STRAŽAVA) 16,763 4 R D 731,5 493,8 356,7 135,8 64,0 36,7 27,6 BNS 5,5 0,28 DK 34 0, ,4 R D 871,5 613,0 415,1 150,9 67,6 55,2 44,3 BNS 7 0,23 DK 30 0, ,24 R D 598,9 343,6 237,9 105,4 55,3 38,2 27,5 BNS 3 0,24 DK 18 0,1 Z 5,5 69,38 R D 657,3 466,2 349,4 146,1 77,4 50,0 35,0 AB 5 0,28 BNS 5 0,23 DK 22 0,1 Z 6 72,16 R RAVNI - BLACE 1 12,763 3 R D 500,2 391,5 322,0 172,7 110,2 75,6 52,8 AB 7 0,4 BNS 8 0,36 DK 32 0,14 7,5 53,28 R D 610,0 523,3 428,2 209,4 103,2 55,2 38,6 AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 4 0,24 DK 22 0,12 Z 6 62,3 BLACE 2 (BARBATOVAC) KURŠUMLIJA 2 R D 1002,7 647,8 465,3 202,6 111,9 74,8 55,0 AB 3 0,35 BNS 3 0,28 BNS 6 0,23 DK 23 0,14 Z 8 54,2 R (MAČKOVAC) 21,500 5 R D 653,6 439,5 319,7 154,2 100,1 72,9 54,7 AB 5 0,25 BNS 6 0,23 DK 43 0,12 Z 7 60,18 R D 386,0 291,2 236,1 135,0 89,3 65,4 49,3 AB 3 0,4 BNS 9 0,36 DK 35 0,14 Z 8 58,5 R D 695,7 511,0 424,8 235,1 134,7 81,0 52,9 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 8,5 0,36 DK 23 0,14 Z 7 52,5 R D 412,7 298,9 222,7 88,9 36,7 17,3 7,6 BNS 7,5 0,36 DK 18 0,12 Š 35 0,12 Z 6,5 60,48

165 Road Section Start node End node Section name Length Test Sample mark GPS - X GPS - Y Carriage. number side D/L D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 Wear. layer d ai Upper bear. layer 1 d ai Upper bear. layer 2 d ai Upper bear. layer 3 d ai Upper bear. layer 4 d ai Upper bear. layer 5 d ai Upper bear. layer 6 d ai Lower bear. layer 1 d ai Lower bear. layer 2 d ai Lower bear. layer 3 d ai Subgrade CBR SRT R D 487,1 375,3 304,7 158,5 88,5 56,5 41,1 AB 3 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 DK 25 0,14 Z 7,5 53,24 R RUDARE - PROLOM 10,100 3 R D 477,9 396,7 340,8 206,1 136,8 96,8 72,4 AB 4 0,4 BNS 7 0,36 DK 50 0,14 6,5 61,2 R D 500,6 339,9 250,1 106,8 69,8 47,4 35,2 BNS 7 0,36 DK 30 0, ,4 R D 416,1 376,2 310,8 172,7 108,3 78,5 62,4 BNS 11 0,36 DK 22 0, ,6 R KRUŠEVAC 5 - POTOČIĆ 2 (MALA PLANA) 60,183 3 R D 823,8 655,6 533,3 281,8 155,8 94,4 61,6 BNS 8,5 0,36 DK 9 0,14 Š 27 0,13 Z 7 56,28 R D 453,2 346,0 274,4 149,9 93,4 62,6 54,6 BNS 9 0,36 DK 8 0,14 Š 26 0,13 Z 7,5 58,2 R D 961,2 694,0 515,6 201,1 96,3 58,4 40,6 BNS 7 0,36 DK 6 0,14 Š 20 0, ,2 R POTOČIĆ 1 (DONJA TOPONICA) - PROKUPLJE 4 (BELA VODA) 10,013 3 R D 1151,8 904,5 731,6 432,9 264,6 175,9 124,3 BNS 5 0,24 Š 13 0,09 LK 15 0, ,42 R D 862,8 673,9 402,5 177,7 99,1 66,1 43,8 BNS 6 0,23 Š 13 0,09 LK 17 0,11 12,5 68,4 R D 441,7 378,5 304,6 153,2 83,0 55,2 43,4 BNS 9 0,36 DK 28 0,14 Z 6,5 58,28 R PROKUPLJE 5 (ŽITORAĐA) - ZLATA 33,603 7 R D 1710,0 1418,0 1021,0 227,1 49,4 16,6 18,2 AB 3 0,25 BNS 8 0,23 DK 24 0,1 Z 4 63,2 R D 1497,1 1219,3 1004,6 285,7 73,5 27,4 16,9 BNS 7 0,23 DK 7 0,1 Š 18 0,09 13,5 67,4 R D 1297,1 931,1 705,5 279,9 106,2 45,6 28,4 BNS 4 0,24 DK 18 0, ,32 R D 1127,0 835,0 625,0 341,4 207,4 126,2 80,2 BNS 4 0,23 DK 8 0,1 Š 26 0, ,3 R D 1450,7 1145,9 896,3 386,7 168,3 87,5 45,7 BNS 8 0,24 DK 6 0,12 Š 21 0, ,52 R D 1022,2 725,9 542,8 215,2 123,5 82,5 59,1 BNS 8 0,28 DK 37 0, ,3 R D 1206,7 846,0 641,9 308,0 184,9 118,4 79,4 BNS 8 0,24 DK 32 0,12 9,5 61,4 R UŠEVCE - VRANJE 2 19,900 4 R D 926,3 663,5 483,3 207,2 115,0 73,0 51,3 BNS 6 0,23 Š 45 0,13 Z 6,3 91 R D 711,3 554,1 413,3 183,5 99,2 59,2 39,5 AB 2,5 0,4 BNS 2,5 0,28 BNS 6,5 0,23 Š 37 0,13 Z 6 83,62 R D 550,7 402,0 313,4 143,6 66,3 30,1 11,4 AB 4 0,4 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 3,5 0,28 BNS 7 0,23 DK 5 0,12 Š 50 0,13 Z 6,8 81,06 R D 633,5 337,6 225,1 66,5 17,4 5,1 2,8 AB 4 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 DK 5 0,12 Š 40 0, ,82 R VRANJE 1 (AUTOPUT) - DONJI STAJEVAC 36,136 4 R D 1749,7 1367,8 885,6 326,3 167,2 111,3 97,6 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 21 0,12 Z 4 92,2 R D 1192,6 1023,1 689,3 284,8 153,3 93,1 56,2 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 18 0,12 7,5 93,74 R D 1228,0 1008,7 750,1 332,9 170,6 98,2 58,7 BNS 7 0,23 DK 32 0, ,24 R D 838,1 685,7 498,5 187,3 75,2 37,7 24,6 BNS 7 0,35 DK 28 0, ,44 R223a ZLATA - ŽITORAÐA 17,139 4 R223a D 952,6 752,0 617,5 326,0 171,2 95,9 64,0 AB 7,5 0,4 BNS 6 0,28 DK 26 0,14 Z 7 55,6 R223a D 1038,9 776,5 621,1 300,7 148,4 84,5 56,2 AB 8 0,4 BNS 6 0,24 DK 28 0, ,48 R223a D 757,8 594,6 490,9 262,5 148,2 90,2 58,0 AB 7 0,4 BNS 6 0,24 DK 24,5 0,14 9,5 54,8 R223a D 1082,6 836,2 667,7 316,2 159,1 92,7 70,5 AB 7 0,4 BNS 5 0,28 DK 26 0,14 Z 8,5 64,4 R GLOŽJE (GOLEMA REKA) - VRANJSKA BANJA 1 63,200 6 R D 819,0 667,4 490,6 2331,8 138,8 91,8 60,6 BNS 5 0,24 BNS 7 0,23 DK 11 0,12 Š 15 0,13 STENA - 91,12 R D 703,4 360,1 183,2 34,4 16,3 10,4 6,3 BNS 7,5 0,23 DK 15 0,12 Š 16 0, ,08 R D 688,4 478,4 353,2 135,8 49,4 15,3 6,2 AB 3 0,35 BNS 7 0,23 DK 25 0,14 Š 15 0,13 STENA - 90,68 R D 748,3 530,9 387,9 137,8 61,7 34,2 21,8 AB 5 0,35 BNS 9 0,23 DK 9 0,12 Š 16 0,13 STENA - 87,76 R D 1024,2 802,3 578,5 248,4 122,5 68,0 45,4 BNS 7 0,23 DK 8 0,14 Š 17 0,13 STENA - 93,06 R D 769,0 569,1 451,3 240,0 146,1 102,5 78,6 AB 7,5 0,35 BNS 9 0,23 DK 10 0,14 Š 40 0,13 KAMEN - 74,92 R VRANJSKA BANJA 1 - RANUTOVAC 2 1,563 1 R D 406,7 357,4 326,8 237,9 163,5 107,9 73,0 BNS 14,5 0,36 BNS 8 0,27 BNS 3 0,24 DK 8 0,12 Š 16 0,13 KAMEN - 82,8 R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 2 - VRANJSKA BANJA 3 1,800 1 R239a D 394,3 312,0 268,6 166,6 107,7 73,5 55,3 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 BNS 4 0,28 BNS 4,5 0,23 Š 42 0, ,24 R239a VRANJSKA BANJA 5 - VRANJSKA BANJA 4 0,139 1 R239a D 718,6 487,4 364,6 168,4 98,9 87,7 61,6 BNS 8 0,24 Š 37 0, ,12 R NIŠ 7 (NIŠKA BANJA) - NIŠKA BANJA 3,705 1 R D 343,7 282,8 241,7 144,0 86,2 55,5 41,5 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 BNS 5 0,36 DK 12 0,14 [ 34 0,13 Š 18 66,4 R NIŠKA BANJA - NIKOLA TESLA 1,400 1 R D 253,3 209,2 193,9 147,3 110,3 84,0 64,8 AB 4 0,4 BNS 3,5 0,28 BNS 6 0,27 DK 10 0,14 Š 28 0, ,86 R NIKOLA TESLA - GADŽIN HAN 12,800 2 R D 458,5 312,7 229,2 78,1 24,8 7,3 3,0 BNS 8 0,36 DK 8 0,14 Š 26 0,13 9,5 52,68 R D 357,2 293,7 251,2 152,1 94,2 65,4 47,2 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 10 0,28 DK 5 0,14 Š 36 0,13 Z 7 53,4 R GADŽIN HAN - LIČJE 19,415 4 R D 440,9 356,2 300,4 175,3 108,3 72,7 53,4 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 10 0,28 DK 6 0,14 Š 30 0,13 9,5 57,4 R D 413,1 280,3 201,2 67,0 25,9 12,4 7,5 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 9,5 0,28 DK 8 0,14 Š 24 0,13 10,5 55,24 R D 861,1 698,0 579,7 316,0 176,7 107,3 74,3 BNS 7 0,24 DK 23 0, ,66 R D 589,7 464,0 375,4 198,7 115,7 75,5 54,7 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,36 DK 32 0,14 12,5 58,62 R LIČJE - BONJINCE 18,913 5 R D 651,0 522,3 433,2 246,1 145,9 95,3 68,0 BNS 9 0,36 DK 30 0,12 Z 6,5 78,4 R D 1289,0 959,0 719,7 349,9 194,3 126,3 92,6 BNS 7 0,24 DK 26 0,1 Z 7,5 67,2 R D 1015,9 809,7 607,1 305,4 191,4 130,1 92,4 BNS 6,5 0,23 DK 18 0,1 10,5 73,4 R D 608,1 471,0 386,9 225,7 143,3 99,0 70,5 BNS 9 0,36 DK 21 0, ,82 R D 797,6 657,2 557,0 348,5 222,2 144,7 97,8 AB 4,5 0,4 BNS 10 0,28 DK 18 0, ,42 R241a NIŠKA BANJA - CRVENA REKA 22,087 5 R241a D 1039,7 872,3 747,8 434,1 266,0 162,1 101,8 BNS 7,5 0,24 DK 15 0, ,8 R241a D 220,1 141,1 97,0 28,9 8,2 2,2 1,9 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 DK 30 0, ,8 R241a D 483,1 397,5 324,0 176,5 106,7 70,7 52,1 BNS 6,5 0,24 DK 18 0, ,4 R241a D 847,1 611,2 484,5 274,3 183,5 131,2 98,5 AB 7,5 0,4 DK 32 0, ,9 R241a D 618,1 406,2 283,7 117,8 60,5 35,6 23,5 BNS 6 0,36 DK 28 0, ,9 R VELE POLJE - POPŠICA 15,200 3 R D AB 6 0,35 BNS 7,5 0,23 DK 20 0,1 Z 5 62,5 R D BNS 6 0,23 DK 18 0,1 9 57,2 R D BNS 8 0,23 DK 23 0,1 8 82,3 R POPŠICA - SVRLJIG 14,465 3 R D BNS 3 0,36 DK 21 0, ,5 R D BNS 3 0,24 DK 20 0,1 Z 4 71,6 R D BNS 4,5 0,24 DK 22 0,1 Z 5,5 64,5 R SVRLJIG - PERIŠ 18,358 3 R D BNS 3 0,24 DK 8 0,1 Š 16 0,09 Z 6 58,4 R D BNS 3 0,24 DK 18 0, R D BNS 5 0,28 DK 20 0,1 8 60,3 R BABUŠNICA - TRNSKI ODOROVCI 32,009 6 R D 1630,1 1246,8 1000,2 465,0 244,1 157,3 113,4 BNS 4 0,36 BNS 2,5 0,24 DK 12 0,14 Š 18 0,13 Z 8,5 66,4 R D 950,7 761,7 614,7 343,3 202,3 129,5 88,8 BNS 6 0,36 DK 20 0,14 Š 32 0,13 Z 7,5 62,3 R D 450,0 298,0 214,7 99,7 54,1 34,4 23,3 BNS 5,5 0,24 DK 10 0,12 Š 16 0, ,2 R D 559,5 387,6 266,1 85,7 33,5 18,5 13,0 BNS 10 0,24 DK 7 0,1 Š 18 0,09 8,5 64,3 R D 1544,1 1177,7 935,5 483,4 268,3 176,9 132,7 BNS 5 0,36 DK 5 0,14 Š 20 0,13 Z 8 68,1 R D 765,4 444,9 315,8 163,1 110,5 82,5 63,4 BNS 4 0,28 BNS 4 0,24 DK 5 0,14 Š 18 0,13 Z 9 64,7 R D 474,4 314,8 214,2 81,5 46,4 34,4 24,2 BNS 5,5 0,36 Š 23 0, ,3 R PETAČINCI - DIMITROVGRAD 21,500 4 R D 933,8 683,5 522,6 242,0 141,1 95,6 70,5 BNS 7,5 0,24 Š 30 0,09 Z 3 65,7 R D 982,2 639,0 455,7 197,0 123,5 86,1 69,0 BNS 6 0,28 Š 26 0,13 Z 5 65,2 R D 865,8 618,1 476,0 264,7 175,1 123,0 94,1 BNS 5 0,24 Š 28 0,11 Z 4,5 70,1 R D 423,9 295,9 209,7 74,9 29,7 11,2 5,5 BNS 7 0,24 Š 26 0, ,3 R244a SUKOVO - TRNSKI ODOROVCI 16,709 4 R244a D 647,2 484,9 391,4 220,9 138,5 97,2 71,4 BNS 12 0,28 DK 10 0,14 Š 30 0,11 Z 6,5 61,2 R244a D 522,1 395,1 310,7 157,4 97,1 72,5 58,1 BNS 11 0,28 DK 8 0,12 Š 28 0, ,2

166 Road Section Start node End node Section name Length Test Sample mark GPS - X GPS - Y Carriage. number side D/L D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 Wear. layer d ai Upper bear. layer 1 d ai Upper bear. layer 2 d ai Upper bear. layer 3 d ai Upper bear. layer 4 d ai Upper bear. layer 5 d ai Upper bear. layer 6 d ai Lower bear. layer 1 d ai Lower bear. layer 2 d ai Lower bear. layer 3 d ai Subgrade CBR SRT R244a D 912,7 617,0 477,6 242,2 142,4 94,5 70,1 BNS 9 0,28 Š 22 0,11 Z 7 71,5 R244a D 595,6 443,0 301,5 63,3 42,3 30,1 20,6 BNS 7,5 0,28 Š 23 0,09 13,5 76,4 R245a MEROŠINA 2 (ROZINA) - KLISURICA 21,000 4 R245a D 1035,7 742,1 558,1 208,4 107,0 73,9 56,3 AB 4,5 0,25 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 14 0,1 7,2 80,86 R245a D 818,8 622,1 421,4 157,3 74,5 44,9 29,1 AB 2,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,23 DK 16 0,1 Z 6,6 83,8 R245a D 1725,4 1374,5 1067,3 421,3 166,7 97,1 77,1 AB 6 0,36 DK 25 0,12 Z 12,4 90,16 R245a D 882,3 615,6 411,1 176,2 89,7 56,8 39,9 BNS 5 0,27 DK 18 0,14 Z 5,2 72,42 R BREGOVO - ROGLJEVO 7,900 2 R D 2037,6 1547,4 1187,6 496,8 233,8 149,3 115,2 BNS 13 0,23 DK 16 0,1 Z 5 62,3 R D 866,1 678,3 564,0 327,3 195,7 127,8 87,8 BNS 5,5 0,23 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 22 0,1 Z 4,5 66,2 R ROGLJEVO - CRNOMASNICA 5,900 1 R D 825,5 655,2 569,7 374,5 257,9 167,6 118,2 BNS 3 0,23 DK 15 0,1 Z 6 74,1 R CRNOMASNICA - BRAĆEVAC 1 6,700 2 R D 1063,3 853,8 710,2 420,9 256,6 170,5 123,3 BNS 4,5 0,23 BNS 9 0,23 BNS 3,5 0,23 DK 18 0,1 Z 6,5 74,4 R D 1005,8 644,3 504,0 274,5 176,1 125,8 98,4 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 30 0,1 Z 7 63,6 R BRAĆEVAC 2 - ZAJEČAR 8 (VELIKI IZVOR) 35,268 7 R D 1444,5 1144,7 783,4 281,3 239,3 86,5 67,5 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 14 0,1 GLINA SA KAMENOM 9 72,4 R D 1200,4 862,0 555,1 306,4 219,1 159,5 122,2 BNS 5 0,23 DK 17 0,1 GLINA SA KAMENOM 8 73,6 R D 951,4 740,1 604,8 342,6 213,0 147,6 109,2 AB 2,5 0,4 AB 4,5 0,4 DK 32 0,14 Z 7 72,6 R D 1239,1 853,3 628,5 259,7 135,1 86,9 57,3 BNS 5,5 0,23 BNS 4 0,23 DK 20 0,1 Z 5 69,7 R D 245,2 149,9 95,0 25,0 10,4 6,6 4,8 AB 5 0,4 BNS 9 0,27 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 30 0,14 GLINA SA KAMENOM 12 60,2 R D 703,5 485,6 340,7 176,6 112,7 77,0 56,8 BNS 7,5 0,23 Š 18 0,09 Z 5 67 R D 479,0 336,6 264,7 155,2 115,1 91,9 75,8 BNS 6,5 0,4 BNS 5,5 0,23 Š 23 0,13 Z 8,5 56,4 R ŠTUBIK - SLATINSKA REKA (SLATINA) 24,011 5 R D 1236,3 969,3 773,3 346,4 147,6 73,1 47,3 BNS 5,5 0,4 BNS 5 0,27 DK 25 0,14 Z 8,5 62,5 R D 1666,6 1266,3 975,1 349,4 145,3 77,6 60,5 BNS 6 0,23 DK 5 0,14 Š 10 0,11 Z 6 7,25 R D 1016,8 822,7 652,7 305,4 130,7 63,3 36,0 BNS 10 0,36 BNS 7 0,23 DK 8 0,14 Š 19 0,13 Z 5,5 68,7 R D 567,8 350,3 226,1 96,4 54,5 37,7 29,4 BNS 8 0,23 Š 20 0,09 Z 4 77,5 R D 731,3 546,6 354,6 169,2 113,6 83,3 65,8 BNS 8 0,23 DK 7 0,1 Š 35 0,09 GLINA SA ŠLJUNKOM 8 71,7 R KLADOVO - MILUTINOVAC 30,600 6 R D 562,5 412,3 326,3 192,5 123,3 85,9 65,0 BNS 5,5 0,23 Š 27 0,11 Z 5 75,4 R D 590,0 418,9 334,3 199,7 139,4 101,5 78,7 BNS 6 0,23 Š 32 0,11 Z 8 68,8 R D 528,6 358,1 277,1 151,8 97,7 69,2 53,0 BNS 6,5 0,23 Š 39 0,09 Z 4 65,2 R D 686,8 518,3 412,1 230,8 155,1 119,6 87,4 BNS 8,5 0,23 Š 25 0,09 Z 4,5 81,5 R D 395,9 281,6 220,8 120,2 78,0 56,0 42,7 AB 3,5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,35 BNS 5 0,23 Š 30 0,11 Z 6 61,5 R D 577,8 436,5 363,5 208,0 123,8 83,2 63,7 AB 56 0,4 BNS 10 0,35 BNS 13,5 0,23 Š 26 0,11 PRAŠ. GLINA SA ŠLJU ,4 R SAMARINOVAC - RADUJEVAC 10,800 3 R D 293,5 242,1 221,9 176,2 132,2 99,4 75,3 AB 3 0,4 BNS 7 0,27 BNS 9 0,27 BNS 7 0,23 BNS 9 0,23 DK 6 0,14 Š 25 0,13 Z 6 97,4 R D 769,8 635,1 532,1 325,0 216,0 151,5 111,9 BNS 9,5 0,23 BNS 9 0,23 DK 7 0,1 Š 12 0,09 Z 5 74,8 R D 1490,3 1123,1 688,8 409,0 214,8 137,7 93,7 BNS 7 0,23 DK 8 0,1 Š 8 0,09 Z 4 73,4 R SALAŠ 3 (SIKOLE) - PLAVNA 23,000 4 R D 1577,1 1014,6 684,5 351,5 198,2 128,0 102,3 BNS 8 0,23 Š 14 0,09 Z 6 62,1 R D 871,3 453,4 439,1 238,6 121,6 65,0 26,7 BNS 4,5 0,23 DK 12 0,1 GLINA SA KAMENOM 9 69 R D 773,8 552,2 421,9 218,8 132,5 82,6 52,5 BNS 6,5 0,4 DK 42 0,14 PRAŠ. GLINA SA KAM R D 492,3 286,7 168,5 50,0 28,4 19,5 12,9 BNS 5,5 0,35 Š 30 0,13 Z 7 61,5 R LUBNICA - BOLJEVAC 3 28,800 6 R D 941,4 810,0 636,8 307,9 171,0 119,7 92,0 BNS 3,5 0,24 AB 3 0,24 BNS 4 0,23 DK 25 0,1 4 84,7 R D 808,2 548,9 391,1 154,0 79,3 56,7 48,4 AB 5,5 0,4 DK 7 0,14 Š 16 0,13 Z 7 61,4 R D 632,2 413,9 304,9 121,7 53,6 26,0 14,5 BNS 8,5 0,27 BNS 6 0,22 DK 23 0,1 Z 5 72 R D 864,6 744,8 550,4 292,5 185,9 128,1 91,8 BNS 6,5 0,27 Š 25 0, ,7 R D 1026,7 597,5 393,6 129,0 51,6 22,1 9,2 BNS 7 0,27 Š 28 0,11 STENA - 72,5 R D 771,2 518,2 352,1 176,0 109,7 70,7 49,6 AB 5 0,35 BNS 8 0,23 DK 22 0, ,3 R POPOVAC - DAVIDOVAC (POPOVAC) 5,208 2 R D 404,3 287,1 242,5 171,9 138,1 106,7 85,8 AB 5,5 0,4 BNS 6,5 0,36 DK 27 0,14 PRAŠ. GLINA SA KAM ,2 R D 675,3 528,2 449,4 299,7 222,5 166,5 126,8 AB 4 0,4 BNS 7,5 0,36 DK 26 0,14 PRAŠ. GLINA SA KAM R MALČA - NIŠ 13 18,400 3 R D 1551,0 1210,2 960,2 455,6 227,6 134,6 99,0 BNS 7,5 0,27 Š 20 0, ,7 R D 1529,4 1082,0 804,3 344,0 187,7 110,5 65,8 BNS 6 0,27 Š 23 0, ,4 R D 594,0 440,0 340,0 158,4 87,7 50,6 34,4 AB 3 0,4 BNS 4 0,28 BNS 6,5 0,22 DK 12 0,12 Š 26 0,13 Z 8 54,6 R NEGOTIN 4 - RADUJEVAC 11,600 3 R D 861,0 670,4 531,1 288,5 176,7 124,5 94,3 BNS 10 0,27 BNS 3 0,23 Š 17 0,11 Z 7,5 64,6 R D 882,9 681,8 536,4 283,5 167,0 113,7 89,0 BNS 6,5 0,23 BNS 5 0,24 Š 18 0,09 Z 6 77,6 R D 1603,3 1227,9 960,0 436,9 232,1 141,4 98,9 BNS 6,5 0,23 BNS 5 0,23 Š 22 0,11 Z 5 62,6 N ZRENJANIN 7 (ARADAC) - ZRENJANIN 9 1,300 1 N D AB 5 0,4 BNS 4 0,36 BNS 6 0,27 BNS 4 0,24 DK 13 0,12 Š 25 0,13 Z 9 58,5 N MEROŠINA 1 (ALEKSANDROVO) - NIŠ 12 8,200 2 N D 394,2 355,0 329,5 252,8 186,3 133,8 96,6 AB 4,5 0,35 BNS 11 0,23 DK 10 0,12 Š 20 0,11 Z 6,5 56,2 N D 437,4 386,3 354,4 264,8 195,2 143,7 107,7 AB 3 0,35 BNS 6,5 0,27 BNS 5 0,23 DK 6 0,14 Š 23 0,11 Z 5 48,6 N BUJANOVAC 3 - VELIKI TRNOVAC 1 2,600 1 N D AB 5 0,4 BNS 2,5 0,36 BNS 6 0,23 DK 29 0,14 8,4 54,2 N N D 858,4 518,8 334,8 62,5 7,5 1,6 4,0 AB 3,5 0,25 BNS 5,5 0,23 DK 15 0,1 STENA U RASPADU 76,5 N D 1181,9 877,3 643,9 310,4 168,0 100,4 61,5 AB 4 0,35 BNS 2 0,24 BNS 6 0,23 DK 16 0,1 6 76,4

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170 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Vehicle type Origin Destination Goods Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total 1 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 320 NI 16 N.Sad Pr. Banja 30 utovaren 2,6 2,6 5,2 5,1 5,2 10,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,5 2 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno mercedes PN 8 Beograd Požarevac Kreč utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,7 4,8 9,5 4,0 3,9 7,9 3,6 3,5 7,1 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 38,9 3 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 180 E 24 BG 3 Beograd Niš Tehn. Roba utovaren 2,7 2,6 5,3 3,2 3,3 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,8 4 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 BG 3 Beograd Kragujevac Sok utovaren 2,1 2,1 4,2 3,5 3,5 7,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,2 5 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes BG 3 Beograd Kragujevac Tehn. Roba utovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 2,8 2,8 5,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,3 6 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 3 Beograd Grocka Hleb utovaren 1,3 1,4 2,7 1,6 1,5 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,8 7 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 BG 3 Beograd Grocka Hleb utovaren 1,0 1,1 2,1 1,7 1,8 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,6 8 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FM 12 BG 5 Beograd Despotovac istovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 2,0 2,1 4,1 1,4 1,5 2,9 1,4 1,5 2,9 0,0 0,0 13,6 9 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FM 12 BG 5 Beograd Despotovac istovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 1,5 1,5 3,0 1,5 1,6 3,1 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 0,0 12,9 10 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1635 RU 3 Ruma Niš St. Hrana utovaren 3,0 3,1 6,1 5,2 5,2 10,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 11 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes RU 7 Ruma Svilajnac Boja utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 5,0 5,0 10,0 4,1 4,2 8,3 3,8 3,8 7,6 2,4 2,4 4,8 0,0 37,6 12 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 SM 36 S.Mitrovica V, Plana Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,3 1,2 1,5 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,5 13 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 85-14B KG 3 Beograd Milanovac Mleko utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,3 1,3 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,1 14 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Kamaz NI 4 Indjiia Niš Contejner utovaren 1,9 2,0 3,9 2,0 2,1 4,1 2,0 2,0 4,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,0 15 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno NIBUS SU 3 Subotica Niš 42 utovaren 3,0 3,1 6,1 5,2 5,1 10,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,4 16 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 SU 12 Subotica Kraljevo istovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,3 4,4 8,7 1,0 1,0 2,0 1,0 1,1 2,1 1,0 1,0 2,0 0,0 21,5 17 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 14 Beograd Lozovik istovaren 2,6 2,5 5,1 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,8 1,9 3,7 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,0 17,0 18 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo F 10 AR 4 Beograd Arandjelovac Sok utovaren 3,6 3,5 7,1 4,1 4,1 8,2 2,2 2,3 4,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,8 19 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1318 KV 3 Beograd Smederevo Voda utovaren 2,3 2,3 4,6 5,4 5,4 10,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,4 20 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2540 SO 4 Niš Sombor meso utovaren 2,7 2,9 5,6 4,1 4,2 8,3 3,9 4,1 8,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 21,9 21 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN PN 3 Paraćin Subotica prehrana utovaren 2,1 2,2 4,3 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,2 22 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 LE 3 Leskovac Ruma Sok utovaren 2,7 2,8 5,5 4,2 4,3 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,0 23 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 3300 NI 12 Niš N.Sad Armatura utovaren 3,1 3,0 6,1 5,1 4,7 9,8 3,6 3,4 7,0 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 37,2 24 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1836 BG 3 Arandjelovac Beograd Asfalt utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 6,1 6,2 12,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,4 25 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 KI 12 Kragujevac Kikinda Gume utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,1 4,3 8,4 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 36,2 26 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 142 L LE 12 Leskovac Beograd Armatura utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 5,2 5,3 10,5 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 39,9 27 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 KG 3 Leskovac Beograd Brašno utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,0 28 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2543 AR 8 Arandjelovac Vrbas Voda utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,7 3,8 7,5 4,1 4,2 8,3 4,1 4,3 8,4 0,0 38,6 29 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN JA 8 Jagodina Beograd V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,6 4,4 9,0 4,3 4,1 8,4 4,5 4,4 8,9 4,7 4,6 9,3 0,0 42,5 30 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco NS 12 Niš N.Sad Cigla utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 4,3 4,5 8,8 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,6 3,5 7,1 0,0 36,9 31 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Pežo Boxer BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd Kada utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,2 1,4 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,9 32 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 R.Srpska 12 Kruševac R.Srpska H.Proizvodi utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,4 4,6 9,0 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 36,7 33 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 2222 AR 3 Arandjelovac Beograd Pesak utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 4,4 4,8 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,5 34 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Vranje Beograd nameštaj utovaren 3,1 3,0 6,1 2,8 2,7 5,5 2,8 2,9 5,7 3,0 3,1 6,1 3,0 3,1 6,1 0,0 29,5 35 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 AR 12 Arandjelovac Beograd Voda utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,6 4,4 9,0 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,4 3,5 6,9 0,0 36,8 36 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 VR 6 Vranje Beograd nameštaj utovaren 3,1 3,0 6,1 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,2 3,1 6,3 3,2 3,3 6,5 0,0 0,0 25,4 37 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 50 H AR 3 Arandjelovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,3 1,4 2,7 2,1 2,0 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,8 38 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 PN 3 Paraćin N.Sad prehrana utovaren 1,4 1,5 2,9 2,1 2,2 4,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 39 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 460 NS 12 Tabanovce N.Sad prehrana utovaren 3,7 3,4 7,1 3,9 4,1 8,0 3,2 3,2 6,4 4,0 4,0 8,0 3,6 3,4 7,0 0,0 36,5 40 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava T.Zeta ŠA 3 Vrčin Šabac gr. Materijal utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 2,1 1,9 4,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,5 41 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 SM 12 Tabanovce S.Mitrovica gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,0 6,3 3,7 3,8 7,5 4,0 4,0 8,0 4,0 4,0 8,0 3,9 4,0 7,9 0,0 37,7 42 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1523 VŠ 3 Niš Vršac prehrana utovaren 1,7 2,0 3,7 3,7 4,0 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,4 43 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1835 BO 12 Bor Šabac energenti utovaren 3,0 2,8 5,8 2,3 2,0 4,3 3,6 4,0 7,6 3,0 2,8 5,8 3,5 3,3 6,8 0,0 30,3 44 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco VR 3 Vrčin Beograd nameštaj utovaren 1,2 1,1 2,3 1,3 1,2 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,8 45 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 413 BG 3 Niš Beograd nameštaj utovaren 1,1 1,0 2,1 1,3 1,3 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,7 46 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 PN 7 Paraćin Beograd prehrana utovaren 4,0 3,6 7,6 6,0 5,0 11,0 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,2 3,0 6,2 3,2 3,2 6,4 0,0 38,8 47 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN 4372 BG 8 Smederevo N.Sad energenti utovaren 2,2 2,3 4,5 3,3 3,4 6,7 1,7 1,8 3,5 4,0 3,7 7,7 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 29,9 48 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 615 PO 16 Kučevo Beograd 38 utovaren 2,9 2,5 5,4 6,0 5,1 11,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 49 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno SETRA 420 BG 16 Kosjerić Vranje 49 utovaren 2,7 2,6 5,3 3,9 3,5 7,4 1,7 1,8 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,2 50 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1644 BG 7 BG Knjaževac ambalaža utovaren 2,8 2,6 5,4 1,6 1,9 3,5 1,0 0,8 1,8 0,9 1,0 1,9 1,0 0,9 1,9 0,0 14,5 51 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 BG 3 Požarevac N.Sad prehrana utovaren 2,1 2,2 4,3 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,2 52 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 KŠ 6 Kruševac S.Mitrovica ambalaža utovaren 2,7 2,5 5,2 2,0 1,9 3,9 1,0 0,9 1,9 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,0 0,0 12,7 53 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 Bosna 12 Niš Beograd ambalaža utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 3,0 2,7 3,2 2,0 1,9 3,9 1,7 2,0 3,7 2,0 2,3 4,3 0,0 19,2 54 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN KG 3 Šabac Kragujevac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,3 1,4 2,7 1,6 1,5 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,8 55 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 BG 3 Beograd Bor ambalaža utovaren 1,9 1,9 3,8 2,0 1,9 3,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,7 56 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 AR 12 Kragujevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,7 3,4 7,1 5,2 5,0 10,2 3,6 3,5 7,1 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,5 3,0 6,5 0,0 38,5 57 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2226 NI 16 Niš Zrenjanin 56 utovaren 2,9 2,9 5,8 5,6 5,4 11,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,8 58 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 VR 3 Vrčin Valjevo nameštaj utovaren 1,8 1,8 3,6 2,2 2,5 4,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,3 59 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1524 KG 6 Kragujevac Beograd automobili utovaren 2,5 2,4 4,9 4,9 4,4 9,3 2,6 2,5 5,1 2,7 2,6 5,3 0,0 0,0 24,6 60 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 35-8H BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd ambalaža utovaren 0,8 0,9 1,7 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,2 61 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 915 LE 3 Leskovac Beograd lekovi utovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 2,2 2,3 4,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,2 62 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 90 T 17 KG 3 Svilajnac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,4 1,2 2,6 1,6 1,8 3,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,0 63 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco VR 3 Vranje Beograd nameštaj utovaren 1,0 0,9 1,9 1,4 1,3 2,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,6 64 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1721 JA 6 Jagodina Beograd el. Materijal utovaren 2,9 3,0 5,9 4,8 4,3 9,1 3,9 3,8 7,7 3,6 3,5 7,1 0,0 0,0 29,8 65 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno NEOPLAN SL 116 KŠ 16 Kruševac Beograd 38 utovaren 3,4 3,7 7,1 4,8 4,7 9,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,6 66 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 AR 12 Arandjelovac Beograd Voda utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 4,9 4,5 9,4 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,3 3,0 6,3 3,2 3,7 6,9 0,0 36,7 67 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 AR 12 Arandjelovac Beograd Voda utovaren 3,8 3,8 7,6 5,9 5,0 10,9 3,2 3,0 6,2 3,4 3,3 6,7 3,2 3,3 6,5 0,0 37,9 68 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 65 C 15 KG 3 Kragujevac Beograd nameštaj utovaren 0,9 1,0 1,9 2,4 2,2 4,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,5 69 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 180 E BG 6 Kruševac S.Mitrovica ambalaža utovaren 2,1 1,9 4,0 1,6 1,8 3,4 1,8 1,7 3,5 1,6 1,5 3,1 0,0 0,0 14,0 70 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1214 NS 3 Kruševac N.Sad kozmetika utovaren 1,9 2,0 3,9 3,7 4,0 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,6 71 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1214 BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,6 3,3 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,5 72 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 142 BG 4 Mladenovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 3,0 3,3 6,3 4,5 4,2 8,7 4,0 3,9 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 22,9 73 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno TAM T 65 BG 3 Požarevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 3,0 3,2 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,7 Loaded Axle weights (T) Weighing Gross Vehicle Weight

171 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 74 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno SETRA S 220 BG 16 Smederevo Beograd 31 utovaren 1,9 2,1 4,0 4,0 4,1 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,1 75 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno SETRA S 220 BG 16 Leskovac Beograd 16 utovaren 1,6 1,7 3,3 2,7 3,0 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,0 76 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 BG 3 Vrčin Beograd delovi utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 2,5 2,5 5,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,6 77 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2200 BG 3 Vrčin Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,5 1,4 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,4 78 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1335 BG 3 Smederevo Beograd otpad utovaren 1,9 2,0 3,9 3,0 3,5 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,4 79 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2200 PI 16 Pirot Beograd 27 utovaren 2,0 2,1 4,1 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,0 80 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava BG 3 Vrčin Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,4 81 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 BG 6 Arandjelovac Beograd ambalaža utovaren 2,3 2,0 4,3 1,8 1,9 3,7 1,9 2,0 3,9 1,7 2,0 3,7 0,0 0,0 15,6 82 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 815 ČA 3 Grocka Beograd tekstil utovaren 1,2 1,4 2,6 1,3 1,4 2,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,3 83 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 815 BG 3 Vrčin Beograd stoka utovaren 1,6 1,7 3,3 1,7 1,8 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,8 84 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno GAZ BG 3 Grocka Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,5 1,3 2,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,1 85 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 BG 12 Lazarevac Beograd energenti utovaren 3,6 3,5 7,1 5,9 6,0 11,9 3,4 3,5 6,9 3,7 3,3 7,0 3,3 3,0 6,3 0,0 39,2 86 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 8 Surčin V.Plana St. hrana utovaren 3,5 3,5 7,0 4,7 4,6 9,3 2,2 2,3 4,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 4,6 4,6 9,2 0,0 37,5 87 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 BG 12 Šabac Smederevo prazan 2,7 2,7 5,4 1,8 1,7 3,5 1,0 1,0 2,0 1,0 1,1 2,1 1,0 1,1 2,1 0,0 15,1 88 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 460 NI 12 Beograd Niš Brašno utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 4,8 4,8 9,6 2,9 2,9 5,8 3,5 3,5 7,0 3,3 3,3 6,6 0,0 36,1 89 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1628 BG 3 Batrovci Mladenovac stoka utovaren 2,5 2,6 5,1 4,0 4,2 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,3 90 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN VA 12 Ub Mladenovac prazan 2,9 2,9 5,8 1,8 1,9 3,7 0,9 0,8 1,7 1,0 1,0 2,0 1,0 0,9 1,9 0,0 15,1 91 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno SETRA S 431 NS 16 N.Sad Vranje 60 utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5,3 5,3 10,6 3,2 3,2 6,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 23,8 92 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes KV 16 Subotica V.Banja 30 utovaren 2,6 2,8 5,4 5,0 5,2 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,6 93 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2435 KG 9 Beograd Kragujevac pivo utovaren 3,1 3,2 6,3 4,2 4,3 8,5 2,7 2,7 5,4 3,2 3,2 6,4 4,2 4,3 8,5 2,7 2,7 5,4 40,5 94 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 14 Beograd Despotovac prehrana utovaren 2,7 2,6 5,3 1,6 1,7 3,3 1,5 1,5 3,0 1,3 1,4 2,7 1,0 1,0 2,0 0,0 16,3 95 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF LF BG 3 Beograd Mladenovac iverica utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,4 3,4 6,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,1 96 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 460 RU 3 Pećinci Mladenovac meso utovaren 2,9 2,7 5,6 5,4 5,5 10,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 97 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN SU 7 Beograd Požarevac Voda utovaren 4,1 4,2 8,3 3,4 3,3 6,7 2,5 2,5 5,0 1,0 0,8 1,8 1,0 0,9 1,9 0,0 23,7 98 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 SM 3 S.Mitrovica Učari prehrana utovaren 1,6 1,7 3,3 2,0 1,9 3,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 99 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Internacional NS 4 N.Sad Sirakovo rad. Mašane utovaren 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,8 3,8 7,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 22,1 100 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 8 N.Sad Mladenovac gorivo utovaren 2,2 2,3 4,5 2,1 2,2 4,3 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,8 1,8 3,6 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 18,6 101 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 SD 6 Beograd S.Palanka prazan 2,3 2,3 4,6 1,7 1,8 3,5 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,1 1,1 2,2 0,0 0,0 12,9 102 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN KG 12 Šimanovci Topola prazan 2,9 3,0 5,9 2,4 2,5 4,9 1,3 1,2 2,5 1,0 0,8 1,8 0,6 0,6 1,2 0,0 16,3 103 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 RU 12 Šabac Smederevo prazan 2,8 2,8 5,6 2,0 2,1 4,1 1,0 1,0 2,0 1,0 1,1 2,1 1,0 1,1 2,1 0,0 15,9 104 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1213 ZR 3 Zrenjanin Vrčin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,8 1,8 3,6 1,9 1,9 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,4 105 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN PK 7 Beograd Kruševac lepak utovaren 3,8 3,8 7,6 5,4 5,5 10,9 3,8 3,8 7,6 3,3 3,2 6,5 3,5 3,5 7,0 0,0 39,6 106 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno SETRA S 215 LE 16 Beograd Leskovac 20 utovaren 2,2 2,2 4,4 4,1 4,2 8,3 2,0 2,1 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,8 107 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno BERKOF BG 16 Beograd Raška 27 utovaren 3,1 3,0 6,1 5,3 5,5 10,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,9 108 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF F 95 NI 12 Slovenija Niš energenti utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,0 4,1 8,1 1,5 1,4 2,9 1,7 1,6 3,3 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 24,4 109 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo F 9 ŠA 3 Šabac Topola Mleko utovaren 2,7 2,8 5,5 2,1 2,1 4,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,7 110 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco RU 3 Ruma Niš nameštaj utovaren 1,1 1,1 2,2 1,4 1,5 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,1 111 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 360 BG 12 Odžaci Kragujevac gas utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5,0 5,0 10,0 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,6 3,6 7,2 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 38,6 112 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava LE 3 BG Leskovac prazan 1,0 1,1 2,1 1,1 1,1 2,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,3 113 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1213 RU 3 Kragujevac Arandjelovac nameštaj utovaren 1,7 1,7 3,4 2,8 2,8 5,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,0 114 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 SO 3 Crvenka Niš prehrana utovaren 2,8 2,8 5,6 4,9 4,9 9,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,4 115 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania PO 4 Barič Petrov. Na Ml. gorivo utovaren 4,3 4,3 8,6 4,9 4,9 9,8 3,9 3,9 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 26,2 116 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 BG 12 Beograd Vrčin tv. Aparati utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 4,1 4,1 8,2 2,0 2,1 4,1 2,0 2,1 4,1 2,1 2,1 4,2 0,0 27,2 117 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1523 BG 3 Obrenovac Niš delovi utovaren 2,2 2,2 4,4 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9 118 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1850 VR 7 Beograd Niš Sok utovaren 3,8 3,9 7,7 5,0 4,8 9,8 3,1 3,2 6,3 2,1 2,1 4,2 2,6 2,5 5,1 0,0 33,1 119 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava SD 3 Apatin S.Palanka St. hrana utovaren 1,4 1,3 2,7 2,1 2,2 4,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,0 120 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno RENO 480 ZA 12 Sombor Zaječar žito utovaren 3,6 3,5 7,1 5,2 5,2 10,4 3,6 3,6 7,2 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 38,9 121 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 VR 7 Zemun Niš Sok utovaren 3,6 3,7 7,3 5,0 5,0 10,0 2,8 2,8 5,6 3,0 2,9 5,9 3,0 3,0 6,0 0,0 34,8 122 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno RENO JA 6 Slovenija Niš automobili utovaren 3,4 3,3 6,7 4,9 4,8 9,7 1,8 1,7 3,5 1,8 1,8 3,6 0,0 0,0 23,5 123 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 ČA 12 Beograd Arandjelovac prazan 2,5 2,6 5,1 1,8 1,9 3,7 1,0 1,0 2,0 1,0 1,1 2,1 1,0 1,0 2,0 0,0 14,9 124 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 KŠ 12 Kruševac Beograd kozmetika utovaren 2,7 2,5 5,2 1,5 2,2 3,7 1,7 1,5 3,2 1,6 1,7 3,3 1,0 1,2 2,2 0,0 17,6 125 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 AR 12 Arandjelovac Beograd ambalaža utovaren 3,0 2,8 5,8 2,2 2,5 4,7 1,4 1,3 2,7 1,7 1,8 3,5 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 19,8 126 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1518 BG 3 Vrčin Beograd nameštaj utovaren 2,0 1,8 3,8 1,7 1,8 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,3 127 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 420 LE 16 Surdulica Bečej 58 utovaren 2,7 2,6 5,3 2,5 2,5 5,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,3 128 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 80 12A BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,0 1,1 2,1 3,5 3,3 6,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,9 129 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 420 BG 16 Niš Beograd 41 utovaren 3,1 3,5 6,6 5,3 4,6 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 130 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF BG 16 Prokuplje Beograd 40 utovaren 3,1 3,0 6,1 5,5 4,7 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,3 131 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF BG 16 Prokuplje Beograd 53 utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 6,0 5,5 11,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 18,2 132 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 RU 12 Niš Ruma Metal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5,2 5,5 10,7 4,2 4,5 8,7 4,0 4,5 8,5 4,0 4,2 8,2 0,0 42,6 133 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno TAM KŠ 16 Kruševac Beograd 22 utovaren 2,5 2,7 5,2 4,5 4,4 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,1 134 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN 160 E KI 3 Niš Kikinda delovi utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 3,7 3,4 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,6 135 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN 420 RU 3 Kruševac N.Sad prehrana utovaren 2,2 1,9 4,1 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,3 136 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno TAM 170 T 15 KI 3 Kragujevac Kikinda delovi utovaren 1,7 1,6 3,3 2,9 3,7 6,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,9 137 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno NIBUS KG 16 Kragujevac Beograd 21 utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,2 4,7 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,7 138 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 NS 12 Kragujevac Beograd prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 5,5 6,0 11,5 3,7 4,0 7,7 4,2 4,4 8,6 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 42,6 139 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno IKARBUS BG 16 Kruševac Beograd 22 utovaren 3,0 2,7 5,7 4,7 5,5 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,9 140 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 420 Bosna 12 Niš Beograd ambalaža utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 4,7 4,2 8,9 3,7 4,2 7,9 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,9 3,8 7,7 0,0 39,1 141 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco BG 3 Beograd Mladenovac Sok utovaren 1,4 1,5 2,9 2,5 2,4 4,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,8 142 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1213 PA 3 Pančevo Vrčin prazan 1,6 1,7 3,3 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,3 143 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN NS 8 Indjiia Petrov. Na Ml. kukuruz utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 4,7 4,7 9,4 4,4 4,4 8,8 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,1 1,1 2,2 0,0 29,7 144 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1845 PN 12 Železnik Preševo paneli utovaren 3,0 3,1 6,1 2,7 2,7 5,4 1,5 1,5 3,0 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 20,8 145 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 113 AR 12 Pančevo Arandjelovac gorivo utovaren 3,1 3,1 6,2 4,9 4,8 9,7 4,2 4,1 8,3 3,8 3,8 7,6 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 39,2 146 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2219 BG 4 Beograd Zaječar gr. Materijal utovaren 2,8 3,0 5,8 3,9 4,0 7,9 3,2 3,0 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,9

172 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 147 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 NS 12 N.Sad Niš kukuruz utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,7 4,6 9,3 4,1 4,1 8,2 4,0 4,0 8,0 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 39,9 148 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF XF KI 12 Kikinda Prokuplje pšenica utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 4,9 5,0 9,9 4,2 4,1 8,3 4,0 4,0 8,0 4,0 3,9 7,9 0,0 40,9 149 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno IKARBUS BG 16 Beograd Vrčin 70 utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 3,4 3,4 6,8 2,7 2,6 5,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 18,9 150 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN Makedonija 12 Sombor Tabanovce pšenica utovaren 3,2 3,2 6,4 4,6 4,6 9,2 3,9 3,9 7,8 4,0 3,9 7,9 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 38,7 151 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 80 12A ZR 3 Zrenjanin Vrčin krompir utovaren 1,3 1,4 2,7 2,0 2,1 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,8 152 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1625 BO 12 Surčin Bor St. hrana utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,9 4,9 9,8 4,2 4,2 8,4 4,0 4,1 8,1 4,0 3,9 7,9 0,0 40,5 153 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1213 BG 3 Beograd Jagodina prehrana utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 3,9 4,0 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,6 154 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 142 BG 7 Beograd Kragujevac Brašno utovaren 2,9 3,0 5,9 4,0 3,9 7,9 4,0 4,0 8,0 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 36,9 155 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 BG 3 Beograd Smederevo prazan 1,4 1,5 2,9 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,9 156 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 VR 12 Subotica Vranje prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,3 4,4 8,7 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,4 3,5 6,9 0,0 36,3 157 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Beograd Požarevac prehrana utovaren 3,1 3,1 6,2 4,6 4,5 9,1 3,8 3,8 7,6 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,6 3,5 7,1 0,0 37,4 158 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 Slovenija 12 Batrovci Niš el. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,8 4,9 9,7 3,9 3,8 7,7 3,9 3,9 7,8 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 38,9 159 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 UE 12 Beograd Kruševac razno utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,4 4,5 8,9 4,0 3,9 7,9 3,9 3,9 7,8 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 38,4 160 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mecedes 1848 BG 3 Smederevo Šimanovci meso utovaren 2,2 2,5 4,7 4,0 4,2 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,9 161 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 88 E PO 3 Požarevac Beograd otpad utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,5 1,7 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,5 162 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 SO 12 Niš Sombor pivo utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 6,5 6,2 12,7 4,5 4,2 8,7 4,4 4,5 8,9 4,3 4,5 8,8 0,0 45,9 163 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 BG 16 Kruševac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 4,3 4,0 8,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,4 164 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 8 Kragujevac Beograd delovi utovaren 3,0 2,9 5,9 4,4 4,7 9,1 4,5 4,7 9,2 3,5 4,0 7,5 3,7 4,0 7,7 0,0 39,4 165 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 Makedonija 12 Tabanovce Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 4,7 5,0 9,7 4,4 4,1 8,5 4,0 3,7 7,7 4,2 4,0 8,2 0,0 40,6 166 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN JA 12 Jagodina N.Sad pivo utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,9 5,7 10,6 4,2 4,4 8,6 3,9 4,5 8,4 4,2 4,0 8,2 0,0 42,1 167 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Mladenovac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,7 7,1 5,9 6,2 12,1 4,7 4,5 9,2 4,1 4,5 8,6 4,2 4,7 8,9 0,0 45,9 168 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 420 BG 7 Mladenovac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,7 5,5 10,2 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,2 4,3 8,5 1,7 1,9 3,6 0,0 37,7 169 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 124 Bosna 12 Tabanovce Beograd prehrana utovaren 3,0 3,2 6,2 4,7 5,5 10,2 3,7 4,0 7,7 3,7 4,3 8,0 3,6 4,0 7,6 0,0 39,7 170 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 124 Bosna 12 Tabanovce Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,7 3,0 5,7 3,7 4,0 7,7 2,7 2,8 5,5 3,0 3,2 6,2 3,1 2,8 5,9 0,0 31,0 171 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 SD 3 Smederevo N.Sad energenti utovaren 1,7 2,2 3,9 3,7 4,2 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,8 172 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 KG 4 Smederevo Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5,8 6,0 11,8 4,7 5,5 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 29,2 173 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 SO 7 Kruševac Sombor pivo utovaren 2,2 2,7 4,9 4,2 4,5 8,7 4,0 4,2 8,2 4,2 4,5 8,7 1,9 1,7 3,6 0,0 34,1 174 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 420 BG 4 Kruševac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,7 7,1 4,8 5,0 9,8 4,2 4,8 9,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 25,9 175 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 80 H BG 3 Kragujevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 2,2 2,1 4,3 4,7 4,2 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,2 176 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 4 Kragujevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,7 7,0 4,5 4,7 9,2 5,2 5,0 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 26,4 177 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 Smederevo Šabac lim utovaren 3,7 3,9 7,6 5,6 6,0 11,6 4,9 4,7 9,6 4,4 4,2 8,6 4,3 4,0 8,3 0,0 45,7 178 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Požarevac Beograd St. hrana utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 6,0 6,2 12,2 3,4 3,4 6,8 3,7 4,2 7,9 3,7 4,2 7,9 0,0 41,6 179 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes NI 16 Subotica Niš 53 utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 5,0 5,2 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,6 3,2 5,8 22,6 180 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1819 VR 3 Šabac Vranje stoka utovaren 2,9 3,0 5,9 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,6 181 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 BG 12 Beograd Leskovac bela tehnika utovaren 3,2 3,0 6,2 4,0 4,3 8,3 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 36,5 182 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno SETRA S 431 KG 16 Beograd Kragujevac 66 utovaren 3,8 3,9 7,7 4,4 4,4 8,8 3,4 3,4 6,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 23,3 183 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno IKARBUS BG 16 Beograd Sopot 34 utovaren 2,8 2,8 5,6 5,0 5,1 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,7 184 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN KG 12 Beograd Topola prazan 2,8 2,8 5,6 2,0 1,8 3,8 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 13,7 185 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN NP 3 Beograd Aleksandrovac nameštaj utovaren 2,7 2,6 5,3 2,4 2,4 4,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,1 186 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava NI 3 Beograd Niš prazan 1,0 1,1 2,1 0,9 1,0 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,0 187 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno TAM T 60 SM 3 Šid Mladenovac prazan 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,6 0,5 1,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,6 188 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1921 AR 3 Surčin Arandjelovac prazan 2,5 2,5 5,0 2,1 2,1 4,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,2 189 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 NS 7 Zrenjanin Despotovac St. hrana utovaren 3,8 3,7 7,5 6,0 5,8 11,8 3,6 3,5 7,1 3,2 3,2 6,4 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 40,0 190 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno RENO 8 AR 3 Arandjelovac Vrčin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,1 1,1 2,2 2,0 2,1 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,3 191 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF XF BG 12 Beograd Arandjelovac nameštaj utovaren 2,5 2,4 4,9 3,3 3,2 6,5 1,9 1,9 3,8 2,0 2,1 4,1 1,9 2,0 3,9 0,0 23,2 192 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 KV 3 Beograd Požarevac gr. Materijal utovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 1,8 1,8 3,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,3 193 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco KG 3 Beograd Kragujevac energenti utovaren 1,0 0,9 1,9 1,0 1,1 2,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,0 194 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 RU 12 Ruma Smederevo otpad utovaren 3,0 2,7 5,7 2,3 2,3 4,6 1,2 1,2 2,4 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,0 1,1 2,1 0,0 17,1 195 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco KG 3 Beograd Kragujevac gr. Materijal utovaren 2,0 2,0 4,0 2,2 2,2 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,4 196 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 180 E 24 NS 3 Beograd Mladenovac energenti utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,8 4,7 9,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,4 197 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno RENO NS 3 Vrbas Smederevo prehrana utovaren 2,8 2,8 5,6 5,7 5,6 11,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,9 198 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 3654 BG 16 Niš Beograd 39 utovaren 3,0 3,1 6,1 4,9 5,5 10,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 199 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 RU 12 Kragujevac Ruma drvo utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,6 4,2 8,8 3,2 3,8 7,0 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 37,1 200 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NI 3 Niš Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 5,6 5,4 11,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,3 201 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 BG 3 Arandjelovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 1,9 1,9 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,3 202 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 PO 3 Požarevac Beograd Voda utovaren ,4 2,4 4,3 4,1 8,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,8 203 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco BG 12 Smederevo Beograd lim utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5,1 5,7 10,8 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 40,1 204 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 4 Kragujevac N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 5,1 5,2 10,3 4,1 4,3 8,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 25,5 205 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco ZR 12 Smederevo Zrenjanin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,0 3,1 6,1 2,1 2,2 4,3 2,3 2,4 4,7 2,2 2,3 4,5 2,3 2,4 4,7 0,0 24,3 206 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 BG 3 Grocka Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,6 3,1 1,7 2,1 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,9 207 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 LO 12 Kruševac Šabac lim utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 5,6 5,4 11,0 3,9 4,4 8,3 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 41,3 208 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 BG 6 Arandjelovac Beograd Voda utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5,0 4,8 9,8 4,9 5,2 10,1 4,7 4,8 9,5 0,0 0,0 35,9 209 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 Smederevo Beograd lim utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 5,3 5,5 10,8 4,1 4,0 8,1 4,2 4,1 8,3 4,2 4,0 8,2 0,0 42,3 210 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 Smederevo Beograd lim utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 5,3 5,5 10,8 4,1 4,0 8,1 4,2 4,1 8,3 4,2 4,0 8,2 0,0 42,3 211 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 PO 12 Požarevac Šid gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 5,5 5,4 10,9 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,7 3,6 7,3 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 39,2 212 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd automobili utovaren 2,2 2,1 4,3 2,8 2,9 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,0 213 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 410 BG 12 Arandjelovac Beograd Voda utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 5,0 5,3 10,3 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 39,3 214 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 411 BG 3 Grocka Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,3 1,4 2,7 2,0 2,1 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,8 215 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes BG 3 Sopat Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,0 2,1 4,1 3,6 3,4 7,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,1 216 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd otpad utovaren 2,9 3,1 6,0 5,2 5,1 10,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,3 217 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1518 BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd razno utovaren 2,3 2,4 4,7 3,0 2,9 5,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,6 218 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno ISUZU BG 16 Beograd Mladenovac 22 utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 2,6 2,6 5,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,8 219 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 SM 12 Beograd Krnjevo prehrana utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5,3 5,4 10,7 3,3 3,4 6,7 3,8 3,8 7,6 3,8 3,8 7,6 0,0 39,4

173 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 220 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 PN 7 Beograd Paraćin prazan 2,7 2,8 5,5 1,7 1,8 3,5 1,0 0,9 1,9 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,0 13,9 221 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 RU 12 Sllankamen Smederevo prazan 2,9 2,8 5,7 2,0 2,0 4,0 1,0 0,9 1,9 1 0,9 1,9 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,0 15,1 222 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN RU 4 N.Sad V.Gradište gas utovaren 3,8 3,7 7,5 4,2 4,2 8,4 3,7 3,6 7,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 23,2 223 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Pećinci Kuršumlija drvo utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,5 4,5 9,0 2,8 2,8 5,6 3,2 3,1 6,3 3,2 3,1 6,3 0,0 33,7 224 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Beograd Vranje gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 6 5,9 11,9 3,2 3,2 6,4 3,9 3,9 7,8 2,8 2,8 5,6 0,0 38,6 225 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1835 BG 12 Beograd Smederevo prazan 2,5 2,6 5,1 1,9 1,9 3,8 1 1,1 2,1 1 1,1 2, ,0 0,0 15,1 226 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 KŠ 12 Beograd Kruševac kozmetika utovaren 3 3 6,0 5 4,9 9,9 3,7 3,6 7,3 3,6 3,6 7,2 3,5 3,5 7,0 0,0 37,4 227 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN ZR 12 Zrenjanin Mladenovac prazan 3 3 6,0 1,8 1,9 3,7 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,0 15,0 228 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN AR 8 N.Sad Arandjelovac prazan 2,5 2,5 5, ,0 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,3 1,4 2,7 0,0 17,5 229 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1624 BG 6 Barič Prhovo gorivo utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5,7 5,6 11,3 2,8 2,8 5, ,0 0,0 0,0 29,4 230 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 315 NI 4 Bačinci Niš meso utovaren 2,8 2,8 5,6 4 3,9 7,9 3,3 3,4 6,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 20,2 231 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 303 LE 16 Beograd Bojnik 13 utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 4,2 4,2 8,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,7 232 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania R 420 BG 12 Beograd Smederevo prazan 2,8 2,8 5,6 2,3 2,3 4,6 1 0,9 1,9 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,1 1,1 2,2 0,0 16,6 233 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno SETRA NP 16 Beograd Kruševac 40 utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 5 5,1 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,4 234 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN Makedonija 12 Zrenjanin Tabanovce prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 5 4,9 9,9 3,9 3,9 7,8 3,7 3,8 7,5 4 3,9 7,9 0,0 39,7 235 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 140 E 21 RU 3 N.Pazova Krnjevo bela tehnika utovaren 2 2,1 4,1 1,8 1,7 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,6 236 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1850 KV 12 Kragujevac Mladenovac energenti utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,3 4,4 8,7 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,7 1,7 3,4 1,6 1,7 3,3 0,0 25,5 237 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 BG 16 Vrčin Beograd 25 utovaren 3,2 2,8 6,0 4,7 5 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,7 238 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno IKARBUS 370 S PO 16 Požarevac Beograd 16 utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5 4,9 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,1 239 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 4 Kragujevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5 5,5 10, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 29,7 240 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno IKARBUS 370 S BG 16 Smederevo Beograd 30 utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 4,7 5 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,4 241 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 80 H NI 3 Niš Beograd stoka utovaren 1,4 1,5 2,9 2 1,7 3,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,6 242 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 12 Kragujevac N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,4 4,5 8,9 3,7 4 7,7 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 39,2 243 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 142 M Bosna 12 Tabanovce Beograd prehrana utovaren 3 2,7 5,7 4,2 4,5 8,7 3,7 4 7,7 3,7 4 7,7 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 37,5 244 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN VA 7 Kragujevac Valjevo delovi utovaren 3,5 3,2 6,7 4,5 4,7 9,2 3,7 4 7,7 3,7 4,2 7,9 1,7 1,9 3,6 0,0 35,1 245 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 420 BG 16 Niš Beograd 30 utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5 5,5 10,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,7 246 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 BG 4 Kragujevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,7 7,1 6 6,3 12,3 5,9 5,6 11,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 30,9 247 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 142 M Bosna 12 Niš Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 5 5,2 10,2 3,7 3,9 7,6 4 3,7 7,7 3,8 4,2 8,0 0,0 40,0 248 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 142 S Bosna 12 Niš Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,8 4,2 9,0 3,9 4 7,9 3,7 4,2 7,9 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 39,2 249 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno BOVA 140 E VA 16 Niš Valjevo 27 utovaren 3 3,3 6,3 4,7 5 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,0 250 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 45 NS 3 Kragujevac N.Sad prehrana utovaren 1,9 2 3,9 4 3,8 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,7 251 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 Bosna 12 Tabanovce Beograd prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 4,7 4,5 9, ,0 3,8 3,8 7,6 3,7 3,4 7,1 0,0 38,6 252 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 AR 3 Arandjelovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,1 3,8 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,1 253 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno NIBUS 5109 NI 16 Niš Beograd 22 utovaren 2,7 3 5,7 4 4,5 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,2 254 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 AR 7 Arandjelovac Beograd razno utovaren 2,8 2,6 5,4 4 3,8 7,8 3,9 3,7 7,6 4 4,2 8,2 1,7 1,5 3,2 0,0 32,2 255 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 BG 12 Kragujevac Beograd energenti utovaren 2,6 2,9 5,5 4,2 4 8,2 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 35,9 256 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo 420 BG 12 Beograd Smederevo prazan 2,8 2,8 5,6 2 1,9 3,9 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,1 1,2 2,3 1 1,1 2,1 0,0 16,4 257 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 LE 12 Beograd Leskovac energenti utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,5 4,5 9,0 3,6 3,6 7,2 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 38,3 258 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1835 BG 12 Zemun Niš Sok utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 5,1 5,2 10, , ,0 3 3,1 6,1 0,0 35,0 259 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN AR 12 Beograd Arandjelovac prazan 3,3 3,4 6,7 1,9 1,9 3,8 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,5 1,6 3,1 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 19,9 260 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 144 L VA 12 Bečej Mladenovac stoka utovaren 3,6 3,5 7,1 5,5 5,5 11,0 3,4 3,3 6,7 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 39,3 261 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 VR 3 Beograd Leskovac prazan 1,3 1,4 2,7 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,4 262 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FM 7 PO 3 Beograd Požarevac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,1 3,2 6, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,3 263 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 RU 3 N.Pazova V.Banja energenti utovaren 1,7 1,7 3,4 2,5 2,5 5,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,4 264 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 PN 3 Beograd Paraćin prazan 1,3 1,4 2,7 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,6 265 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Beograd lokal prazan 3,1 3,1 6,2 2,2 2,3 4,5 1 0,9 1,9 0,9 1 1, ,0 0,0 16,5 266 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2448 VR 4 N.Sad Vranje stoka utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 4,5 4,5 9,0 3,1 3,2 6,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 21,4 267 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco BG 3 Beograd Smederevo riba utovaren 0,8 0,9 1,7 2,2 2,2 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,1 268 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN SD 12 Beograd Smederevo otpad utovaren 2,7 2,8 5,5 2,6 2,5 5,1 1 1,1 2,1 1,1 1,1 2, ,0 0,0 16,9 269 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 SO 12 Kelebija S.Palanka energenti utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 4,7 4,7 9,4 2,9 2,9 5,8 3,4 3,4 6,8 2,5 2,5 5,0 0,0 33,6 270 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 BO 12 Beograd Majdanpek gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,1 6,2 6,4 6,4 12,8 2,1 2,2 4,3 3,3 3,3 6,6 3 3,1 6,1 0,0 36,0 271 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 BG 12 Beograd Vrčin tv. Aparati utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,1 4,1 8,2 2,3 2,4 4,7 2,2 2,3 4,5 2,2 2,2 4,4 0,0 28,3 272 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno STAYER 991 SD 8 Beograd Osipaonica otpad utovaren 3,1 3,1 6,2 4,1 4,1 8,2 1,1 1,2 2,3 4 3,9 7,9 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 31,9 273 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco NI 3 Beograd Niš energenti utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,6 1,6 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,8 274 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Beograd Smederevo prazan 2,8 2,7 5,5 1,8 1,8 3,6 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,0 14,4 275 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo 400 BG 12 Požarevac Beograd ambalaža utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,5 4,7 9,2 3,9 3,8 7,7 4 4,2 8,2 3,7 4,2 7,9 0,0 39,2 276 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Kragujevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,7 4,2 7,9 5,8 6,2 12,0 4,2 4,2 8,4 4,5 4,3 8,8 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 45,4 277 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 RU 7 Požarevac S.Pazova ambalaža utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 2,7 2,2 4,9 2 2,2 4,2 1,7 2 3,7 1,7 2,2 3,9 0,0 21,6 278 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 Bosna 12 Smederevo Beograd lim utovaren 3 3,5 6,5 4,7 5 9,7 4,2 4,5 8,7 4 4,2 8,2 4,3 4,5 8,8 0,0 41,9 279 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes BG 3 Niš Beograd kozmetika utovaren 1,4 1,5 2,9 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,2 280 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 430 Bosna 12 Kladovo Beograd energenti utovaren 2,8 2,5 5,3 3,7 4 7,7 3 2,7 5,7 3,5 3,7 7,2 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 33,8 281 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 VR 3 Vranje Beograd nameštaj utovaren 2,9 2,5 5,4 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,3 282 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1218 KG 3 Kragujevac Čelarevo energenti utovaren 1,7 1,5 3,2 3 3,2 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,4 283 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN SM 4 Mladenovac Šid prehrana utovaren 2,7 2,5 5,2 2,3 2 4,3 1,7 1,8 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,0 284 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 420 BG 5 Kragujevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,9 3,9 7,8 3,5 3,7 7,2 7,7 7 14,7 7,5 7 14,5 0,0 0,0 44,2 285 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno BOVA VDL BG 16 Mladenovac Beograd 35 utovaren 3,2 3,2 6,4 5 4,9 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,3 286 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 Bosna 12 Smederevo Šid lim utovaren 3,6 3,7 7,3 4,4 4 8,4 3,5 3,7 7,2 4,2 4 8,2 4,3 4,2 8,5 0,0 39,6 287 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 Bosna 3 Mladenovac Batrovci prehrana utovaren 3 3 6,0 2,9 3 5,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9 288 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 110 E 17 BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,6 1,9 3,5 1,9 1,6 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,0 289 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco KG 3 Požarevac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,6 1,5 3,1 2,6 2,5 5,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,2 290 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN NS 3 Arandjelovac N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 4,3 3,8 8,1 5,7 4,5 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 18,3 291 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1846 UE 12 Kruševac Batrovci gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 2,2 2,5 4,7 1,3 1,2 2,5 1,2 1,1 2,3 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 17,5 292 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN BG 6 Niš B.Maglić ambalaža utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 2 2,1 4,1 3 3,2 6,2 2,8 2,7 5,5 0,0 0,0 19,4

174 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 293 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 BG 3 Vranje N.Pazova gr. Materijal utovaren 2,7 2,2 4,9 4,4 4,1 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,4 294 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 430 BG 6 Beograd Mladenovac prazan 2,8 2,7 5,5 2,2 2,2 4,4 1,3 1,2 2,5 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 0,0 14,7 295 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1828 VR 3 Beograd Vrčin nameštaj utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 2,5 2,5 5,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,9 296 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 16 KG 12 Crvenka Krnjevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,6 3,7 7,3 5,2 5,5 10,7 3,5 3,4 6,9 4 3,8 7,8 3,2 3,1 6,3 0,0 39,0 297 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 3300 NI 12 Pančevo Niš V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,1 3,2 6, , ,0 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 36,9 298 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF SMIT KG 16 Beograd Kragujevac 22 utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 4,8 4,8 9,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,3 299 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1846 BG 12 Beograd Vrčin prazan 2,7 2,8 5,5 1,8 1,8 3,6 1 1,1 2,1 1,1 1,1 2,2 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 15,3 300 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco BG 7 Beograd Mladenovac prazan 2,3 2,3 4,6 2,4 2,4 4,8 1 0,9 1, ,0 0,6 0,6 1,2 0,0 14,5 301 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 430 BG 12 Beograd Kragujevac prazan 2,8 2,8 5,6 2 1,7 3,7 0,9 0,9 1,8 1 0,9 1,9 1 0,8 1,8 0,0 14,8 302 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 450 VA 12 Valjevo Smederevo r. Mašine utovaren 3 3 6,0 2,6 2,6 5,2 1,3 1,4 2,7 1,5 1,5 3,0 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 20,0 303 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 PO 12 Valjevo Požarevac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,7 3,6 7,3 5,3 5,4 10,7 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 40,0 304 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN KG 12 Beograd Topola prazan 2,8 2,9 5,7 2,3 2,3 4,6 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,9 0,8 1,7 1 0,7 1,7 0,0 15,5 305 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 85-14B VA 3 Valjevo Vrčin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,9 306 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco JA 3 Beograd Svilajnac r. Mašine utovaren 1 1,2 2,2 2,3 2,4 4,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,9 307 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 817 ČA 3 Šimanovci Topola Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,4 1,4 2,8 4,2 4,3 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,3 308 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 3300 JA 7 Beograd Bujanovac kompjuteri utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 3,3 3,4 6,7 2 1,9 3,9 1,2 1,2 2,4 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 21,6 309 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN JA 8 Zemun Despotovac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 4,2 4,3 8, ,0 4 3,9 7,9 4,7 4,7 9,4 4 3,9 7,9 0,0 41,7 310 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno NEOPLAN KŠ 16 Švajcarska Niš 51 utovaren 3,6 3,6 7,2 4,1 4,1 8,2 3,9 3,9 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 23,2 311 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN VA 3 Valjevo Kragujevac gr. Materijal utovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 1,7 1,8 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 312 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN SU 12 Subotica Smederevo prazan 3 3 6,0 2 2,1 4,1 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,9 0,8 1,7 0,0 15,2 313 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 350 BG 4 Beograd Mladenovac prazan 2,2 2,3 4,5 2,5 2,5 5,0 2,2 2,3 4,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,0 314 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 BG 3 Beograd Požarevac prehrana utovaren 1,6 1,6 3,2 2,6 2,5 5,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,3 315 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1834 LE 7 Beograd Leskovac energenti utovaren 3,9 3,9 7,8 5,1 5,2 10,3 4,2 4,2 8,4 3,2 3,3 6,5 2,5 2,5 5,0 0,0 38,0 316 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 817 PN 3 Beograd Paraćin prehrana utovaren 2,5 2,5 5,0 2,1 2 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,1 317 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco RU 12 Indjiia Kragujevac gr. Materijal utovaren 2,9 2,9 5,8 5,1 5,1 10,2 3,6 3,5 7,1 4,2 4,2 8,4 4,2 4,2 8,4 0,0 39,9 318 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2629 JA 4 Železnik Jagodina energenti utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 4,5 4,5 9,0 3,6 3,5 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 21,8 319 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1834 PN 12 Beograd Paraćin prazan 2,6 2,5 5,1 1,8 1,9 3,7 0,9 0,8 1,7 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 13,3 320 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 KG 12 Irig Tabanovce Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,6 3,6 7, ,0 3,6 3,6 7, ,0 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 39,8 321 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 2540 NI 8 Batajnica Aleksandrovac otpad utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,5 4,4 8,9 4,3 4,4 8,7 3,6 3,5 7,1 5 4,7 9,7 0,0 40,7 322 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1621 VR 3 Beograd Leskovac nameštaj utovaren 2,3 2,3 4,6 3,8 3,8 7,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,2 323 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno TAM 130 T11 SD 3 N.Kneževac S.Palanka Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,4 1,4 2,8 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,3 324 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 308 SD 3 Beograd Smederevo razno utovaren 6 0,7 6,7 0,6 0,7 1,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,0 325 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN NI 4 N.Sad Niš razno utovaren 4 3,9 7,9 4,2 4,1 8, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 24,2 326 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo F 10 JA 6 Pančevo Jagodina razno utovaren 3 3 6,0 3,2 3,1 6,3 1,9 1,9 3,8 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 0,0 19,5 327 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1834 NP 3 Beograd Niš energenti utovaren 3,6 3,7 7,3 4,4 4,5 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,2 328 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 410 PO 12 Apatin Požarevac prehrana utovaren 3,6 3,6 7,2 5 4,9 9,9 3,1 3,1 6,2 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,2 3,2 6,4 0,0 36,2 329 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 460 BG 4 Beograd Brus prazan 2,3 2,3 4,6 2,1 2 4,1 1,8 1,8 3,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,3 330 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN TG 510 PO 12 Apatin Požarevac prehrana utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 5 4,8 9,8 3,6 3,7 7, ,0 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 38,4 331 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 2226 ZA 3 Zaječar Beograd razno utovaren 2,3 2,4 4,7 2 2,1 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,8 332 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco RU 12 Pirot Ruma energenti utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 5 4,7 9,7 3,5 3,3 6,8 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,4 3,5 6,9 0,0 36,9 333 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 JA 12 Smederevo Železnik lim utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 4 4,1 8,1 2,9 3,3 6,2 3 3,3 6,3 3,3 3,4 6,7 0,0 34,2 334 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 Hrvatska 12 Tabanovce Batrovci r. Mašine utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 3,5 3,7 7,2 3 3,1 6, ,0 3,1 3 6,1 0,0 31,5 335 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 112L RU 3 Mladenovac Ruma gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 5 5,1 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,9 336 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN KV 12 Kraljevo N.Sad drvo utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 5,7 5,8 11,5 4,1 4 8,1 3,9 3,8 7,7 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 41,9 337 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 NS 12 Kruševac Bečej gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 6,4 6,2 12,6 4,2 4 8,2 4,1 4 8,1 4,1 4,2 8,3 0,0 43,7 338 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FM 12 BG 4 Sopot Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 5,1 5 10,1 5,2 4,7 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 26,8 339 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 KG 12 Kragujevac Beograd prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,6 4,8 9,4 4,6 4,8 9,4 4,9 4,4 9,3 4,6 4,6 9,2 0,0 44,1 340 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 BG 3 Mladenovac Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,8 1,7 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,1 341 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 SO 3 Kruševac Sombor ambalaža utovaren 2,8 2,7 5,5 3,1 3 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,6 342 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 BG 12 Kostolac Subotica energenti utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5,9 5,6 11,5 4,2 4,1 8,3 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,1 4,2 8,3 0,0 43,8 343 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco 190 E 18 SO 12 S.Palanka Apatin ambalaža utovaren 2,8 2,7 5,5 3 2,9 5,9 2,5 2,4 4,9 2,5 2,4 4,9 2,3 2,4 4,7 0,0 25,9 344 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 500 JA 3 Jagodina Beograd stoka utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,0 345 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 RU 12 Niš Ruma prazan 2,8 2,9 5,7 2,2 2,4 4,6 2 1,9 3,9 1,8 1,8 3,6 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 21,2 346 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1215 NS 3 Arandjelovac N.Sad ambalaža utovaren 2 2,1 4,1 2,2 2,3 4,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,6 347 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Fiat ducato KG 1 Kragujevac Beograd razno utovaren 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,1 348 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 PI 12 Pirot N.Sad energenti utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,1 4,3 8,4 3,2 3,4 6,6 3,3 3,4 6,7 3,4 3,2 6,6 0,0 34,6 349 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania 114C BO 11 Kladovo Beograd prazan 3 3,1 6,1 3,2 3,1 6,3 2,4 2,4 4,8 2,6 2,4 5,0 0,0 0,0 22,2 350 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 430 Bosna 3 Tabanovce Batrovci prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,1 4,3 4 3,8 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,1 351 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 430 Bosna 3 Tabanovce Batrovci prehrana utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 4,7 5 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,5 352 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 Bosna 12 Kragujevac Batrovci gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,5 4,4 8,9 3,7 4,2 7,9 3,8 4,4 8,2 3,9 4,3 8,2 0,0 39,4 353 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NS 3 Jagodina Vrbas prehrana utovaren 3 2,5 5,5 2,2 2,2 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,9 354 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NI 3 Niš Beograd energenti utovaren 2,2 2 4,2 3,5 4 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,7 355 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 BG 3 S.Palanka Beograd ambalaža utovaren 2,6 2,5 5,1 2 2,3 4,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,4 356 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAMOS 1620 BG 16 Požarevac Beograd 20 utovaren 2,7 3 5,7 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,9 357 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo 240 VA 12 Kragujevac Valjevo razno utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5,4 6 11,4 4,2 4,4 8,6 4 4,3 8,3 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 42,7 358 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava 80 H RU 3 Niš Ruma prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,3 2,8 1,5 1,7 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,0 359 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF 95 BG 16 Požarevac Beograd 26 utovaren 3 2,7 5,7 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,9 360 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 AR 3 Arandjelovac Beograd energenti utovaren 3,3 3,1 6,4 5,8 6 11,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 18,2 361 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 VA 3 Kragujevac Valjevo nameštaj utovaren 2 1,9 3,9 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,6 362 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 Bosna 12 Smederevo Batrovci lim utovaren 3 2,9 5,9 4,7 5,1 9,8 3,8 4 7,8 4 4,2 8,2 4 3,9 7,9 0,0 39,6 363 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno TAM 170 T 11 PO 16 Požarevac Beograd 31 utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5,5 4,8 10,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,5 364 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NI 3 Niš Beograd kozmetika utovaren 3 3,3 6,3 5 5,7 10,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,0 365 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN SD 12 Subotica M.Krsna gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5 5,3 10,3 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,5 3,5 7,0 0,0 38,9

175 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 366 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1713 Makedonija 6 N.Sad Tabanovce energenti utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5 4,7 9,7 4,4 4,5 8,9 4,3 4,3 8,6 0,0 0,0 34,0 367 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Zastava VR 3 Beograd Vrčin prazan 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,9 368 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1835 SD 6 Šabac Krnjevo razno utovaren 4 4 8,0 6 5,7 11,7 4 3,9 7,9 3,9 3,8 7,7 0,0 0,0 35,3 369 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 ZA 3 Beograd Blace energenti utovaren 3,1 3,1 6, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,2 370 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 AR 12 Beograd Arandjelovac prazan 3 2,9 5,9 2,3 2,4 4,7 0,9 0,9 1, ,0 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 16,3 371 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco Daly VR 3 Beograd Vrčin nameštaj utovaren 0,9 0,8 1,7 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,6 372 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 909 BG 16 Beograd Prokuplje 39 utovaren 2,9 2,9 5,8 4,4 4,5 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,7 373 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Scania R 420 Makedonija 12 Beograd Tabanovce energenti utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 4,8 4,9 9,7 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,5 3,5 7,0 0,0 38,2 374 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 UE 3 Beograd Lapovo prehrana utovaren 1,8 1,7 3,5 1,6 1,5 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,6 375 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno IKARBUS PO 16 Beograd Požarevac 60 utovaren 3,1 3,1 6,2 4,9 5 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,1 376 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1823 SU 3 B.Topola Preševo prehrana utovaren 3,1 3,1 6,2 5,3 5,3 10,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,8 377 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1628 AR 3 Beograd Arandjelovac prazan 2,5 2,5 5,0 4,1 4,1 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,2 378 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1850 KŠ 7 S.Pazova Kruševac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 4,1 4,1 8,2 5,2 5,2 10,4 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 40,1 379 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno DAF CF PN 12 Beograd Topola energenti utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 5,2 5,1 10,3 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 39,6 380 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno FAP 1620 AR 6 Beočin Arandjelovac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,6 3,6 7,2 6,3 6,2 12,5 5,2 5,3 10,5 5,4 5,4 10,8 0,0 0,0 41,0 381 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN 9301 BG 16 Beograd S.Palanka 56 utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5 5,1 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,6 382 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Iveco Daly KŠ 3 N.Sad Kruševac razno utovaren 0,9 0,9 1,8 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,7 383 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Fiat ducato NI 2 Beograd Niš razno utovaren 1 0,9 1,9 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,8 384 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 915 LE 3 Loznica Leskovac prazan 1,6 1,5 3,1 1,3 1,4 2,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,8 385 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 308 D BA 2 S.Mitrovica Smederevo gr. Materijal utovaren 0,6 0,7 1,3 1,4 1,5 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,2 386 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 1030 JA 3 Beograd Jagodina prazan 2,1 2,2 4,3 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,3 387 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno MAN NI 12 Sombor Kruševac energenti utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 5 4,9 9,9 3,2 3,2 6,4 3,5 3,5 7,0 3,3 3,4 6,7 0,0 36,1 388 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 oblačno Mercedes 817 UE 3 Užice Požarevac razno utovaren 1,9 1,9 3,8 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,8 389 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 170 T15 KI 3 Kikinda Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,2 1,2 2,4 1,5 1,7 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,6 390 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN 220 SO 3 Sombor Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 2,9 3,2 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,7 391 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 35-8H ZR 3 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,4 392 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NS3 3 N.Sad Žabalj gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 1,6 3,3 3 3,5 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,8 393 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava 80 H SU 3 Subotica Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 2,8 3,2 6,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,6 394 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN 220 SO 3 Sombor Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 2,2 2 4,2 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,4 395 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,7 5,5 10,2 4,2 3,8 8,0 4,5 3,9 8,4 4,2 3,7 7,9 0,0 41,3 396 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 ZR 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 1,7 2 3,7 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,9 397 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1948 NS 12 N.Sad Zrenjanin Voda utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,9 5,5 10,4 4 3,5 7,5 4,2 4 8,2 4,3 4 8,3 0,0 41,2 398 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 170 T 11 NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,7 3,2 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,1 399 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 NS 3 N.Sad Kać prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,6 3,3 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,0 400 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 NS 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 4 3,9 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,1 401 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 6,5 6,7 13,2 45 4,2 49,2 4,5 4,4 8,9 4,7 4,2 8,9 0,0 87,0 402 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 NS 3 Čelarevo Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,9 3 5,9 2,8 3,6 6,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,3 403 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 BG 12 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,7 4 7,7 6,2 6,7 12,9 3,4 3,7 7,1 3,9 4 7,9 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 43,8 404 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco NS 3 N.Sad Indjija prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 3,7 3,3 7,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,6 405 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno SETRA 420 VR 16 Subotica Beograd 35 utovaren 3,1 3,2 6,3 4,9 5,5 10,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,7 406 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FM 12 NS 8 N.Sad Čurug gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,7 7,1 5,2 6,2 11,4 5,3 6,1 11,4 2 1,7 3,7 2,1 2,4 4,5 0,0 38,1 407 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1836 BG 12 N.Sad Beograd razno utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 6 6,2 12,2 4,5 4,2 8,7 4,7 4,5 9,2 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 45,1 408 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 142 M NS 12 N.Sad Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 4,4 4,3 8,7 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 37,1 409 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 BG 4 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 2,4 2 4, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,2 410 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN NS 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,6 6,9 5,3 5,6 10,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,8 411 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 113 M JA 3 N.Sad Jagodina prehrana utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 4 4,5 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,6 412 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 BG 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 2,5 2,7 5,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,8 413 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 140 E NS 3 N.Sad Beograd razno utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,5 1,6 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,4 414 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 NS 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,4 415 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 143 M NS 12 N.Sad Pančevo prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 5,5 6 11,5 3,9 4,1 8,0 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 40,6 416 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 BG 3 N.Sad Bečej energenti utovaren 2,2 2 4,2 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9 417 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,2 3,5 6,7 3,3 3,3 6,6 3,1 3 6,1 0,0 33,1 418 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 NS 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,3 4,5 4,4 5 9,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,9 419 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 65 T NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin energenti utovaren 0,9 1 1,9 1,5 1,4 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,8 420 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 380 VA 3 B.Maglić Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 2,2 2,5 4,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,3 421 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 2544 TS 8 B.Palanka Niš energenti utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,6 4,7 9,3 4,3 4,2 8,5 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,4 4,1 8,5 0,0 41,3 422 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 75 T 5 NS 3 N.Sad Kać energenti utovaren 1,3 1,2 2,5 2 1,7 3,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,2 423 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,6 4,4 9,0 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,2 4,3 8,5 0,0 41,0 424 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 ZR 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin energenti utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,4 425 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 4,8 4,4 9,2 4,5 4,3 8,8 4,4 4,6 9,0 4,4 4,2 8,6 0,0 42,1 426 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 NS 3 N.Sad lokal prehrana utovaren 2,3 2,4 4,7 4 4,1 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,8 427 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NS 3 N.Sad lokal Voda utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,2 3,3 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,8 428 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,2 4,1 8,3 4,3 4,4 8,7 4,2 4,1 8,3 4,5 4,4 8,9 0,0 41,0 429 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN RU 11 Ruma Zrenjanin gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5,6 5,4 11,0 5,1 5,2 10,3 5,3 5,2 10,5 0,0 0,0 38,0 430 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1836 BG 12 N.Sad Subotica prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,6 4,6 9,2 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,2 3,3 6,5 0,0 35,0 431 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN SO 3 N.Sad Kać prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,3 4,5 4,1 4 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,6 432 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1935 NS 12 S.Karlovci Zrenjanin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 5,6 5,9 11,5 3,6 3,8 7,4 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,6 3,8 7,4 0,0 40,9 433 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco PA 6 Temerin Pančevo prehrana utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 0,0 28,0 434 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 Šabac Šajkaš gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 5,9 6,6 12,5 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,3 4,2 8,5 4,3 4,2 8,5 0,0 45,0 435 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 AR 11 Beočin Arandjelovac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,6 4,4 9,0 3,3 3,6 6,9 3,7 3,6 7,3 0,0 0,0 29,7 436 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,2 6,6 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,1 4,2 8,3 4,3 4,3 8,6 4,3 4,3 8,6 0,0 40,7 437 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco NS 12 N.Sad Titel energenti utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 5,1 4,9 10,0 3,5 3,5 7,0 3,4 3,4 6,8 3,3 3,2 6,5 0,0 36,9 438 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ša 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 5,6 5,7 11,3 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,3 4,5 8,8 0,0 44,3

176 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 439 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,4 4,2 8,6 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,6 3,4 7,0 0,0 35,9 440 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 75 T 5 NS 3 N.Sad Kać stoka utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,0 441 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 ns 3 N.Sad Čurug energenti utovaren 2,6 2,4 5,0 4,1 4,2 8,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,3 442 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco BG 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,1 4,3 2,7 2,8 5,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,8 443 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,7 4,8 9,5 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,7 4,1 7,8 3,8 4,1 7,9 0,0 40,1 444 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 2540 NS 8 N.Sad Zrenjanin Voda utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 4,1 4 8,1 4,1 4 8,1 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,1 4,2 8,3 0,0 40,1 445 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava 80H -12 NS 3 N.Sad Kać nameštaj utovaren 1,3 1,5 2,8 2 1,8 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,6 446 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN BG 3 Vrbas Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,6 2,4 5,0 4,2 4,5 8,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,7 447 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Odžaci Beograd energenti utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4,6 4,4 9,0 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,3 3,5 6,8 0,0 35,7 448 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,3 6,8 5,2 5,4 10,6 4,1 4 8,1 4,1 3,7 7,8 4,2 3,8 8,0 0,0 41,3 449 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Žabalj energenti utovaren 2,7 2,6 5,3 5,1 5 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,4 450 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN ŠA 12 Šabac Vršac V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 5,9 5,7 11,6 3,6 4 7,6 3,5 4 7,5 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 40,7 451 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 SO 3 Sombor Kać r. Mašine utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 3 3,1 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,8 452 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 4 4,1 8,1 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 36,8 453 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5,6 5,3 10,9 3,7 3,7 7,4 4,8 4 8,8 4,2 3,6 7,8 0,0 41,4 454 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 BG 3 N.Sad Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,6 3,5 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,4 455 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 2001 NS 3 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 1,6 1,5 3,1 3,6 3,2 6,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,9 456 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,6 3,7 7,3 5,9 6,2 12,1 4 3,7 7,7 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 42,3 457 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,6 4,2 8,8 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,3 4,4 8,7 4,2 4,4 8,6 0,0 41,2 458 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 2,5 2,5 5,0 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,1 459 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1318 SU 3 Subotica Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,4 2,4 4,8 3,1 3,2 6,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,1 460 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN NS 3 N.Sad Čurug prehrana utovaren 2,5 2,7 5,2 4,5 4,9 9,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,6 461 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 1,7 2 3,7 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,4 462 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN N.S 12 N.Sad Bečej Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,6 3,7 7, ,0 4 4,2 8,2 3,7 4,2 7,9 4,6 5 9,6 0,0 46,0 463 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 2840 VA 12 N.Sad Valjevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,8 3 5,8 3,7 4 7,7 2,2 2,5 4,7 3 2,7 5,7 2,7 2,4 5,1 0,0 29,0 464 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 75VT NS 3 N.Sad Beograd energenti utovaren 1,1 1,3 2,4 1,7 1,5 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,6 465 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 75 T 5 NS 3 N.Sad Beograd energenti utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,9 466 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1620 SO 3 Sombor Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,0 467 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 110 T 11 BG 3 N.Sad Žabalj gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 2 3,7 4,5 4,7 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,9 468 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF 550 NS 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,5 4,7 4,5 4 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,2 469 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF 95 VR 12 B.Palanka Beograd energenti utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 5,9 6 11,9 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,9 4,3 8,2 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 43,0 470 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1017 SM 3 S.Mitrovica Senta prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,7 5 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,9 471 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN BG 3 N.Sad Beograd energenti utovaren 1,9 2 3,9 4,5 4,7 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,1 472 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Čurug gr. Materijal utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,7 473 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 260 t 26 NS 4 N.Sad Čurug gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,6 5 9,6 5 4,8 9,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 26,2 474 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FM 12 NS 12 N.Sad Pančevo energenti utovaren 3,7 3,5 7,2 6,5 5,8 12,3 4,2 4,5 8,7 3,9 4,3 8,2 4 4,5 8,5 0,0 44,9 475 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 BG 4 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,4 6,5 5 4,8 9,8 4,2 5,1 9,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 25,6 476 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 380 NS 4 N.Sad Indjija prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 2,6 3 5,6 2,3 2,7 5,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,8 477 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF 95 ZR 12 N.Sad Zrenjanin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 5,1 5,5 10,6 2,8 3 5,8 2,6 2,9 5,5 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 34,3 478 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava T. ZETA SU 3 Subotica Beograd razno utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,9 479 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,7 5 9,7 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,2 3,5 6,7 0,0 37,4 480 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5,2 5 10,2 4 4,3 8,3 4,1 4 8,1 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 41,0 481 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1838 UE 12 N.Sad Užice prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 5 4,2 9,2 3,8 4 7,8 4 4,2 8,2 4,1 4,5 8,6 0,0 40,1 482 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 BG 12 N.Sad Zrenjanin ambalaža utovaren 2,2 2,3 4,5 2,7 2,5 5,2 1,8 2 3,8 1,7 2 3,7 1,9 2,1 4,0 0,0 21,2 483 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 2429 NS 4 N.Sad Indjija gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,5 4,3 8,8 4,7 4,5 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 24,8 484 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 BG 12 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 6,5 6,3 12,8 4,5 4,2 8,7 4,1 4,2 8,3 4,4 4,1 8,5 0,0 45,5 485 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo f 10 RU 3 N.Sad Kovilj prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,6 3,1 3 3,2 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,3 486 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1422 NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 1,5 3,2 3 3,2 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,4 487 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 44 E BG 12 N.Sad Pančevo energenti utovaren 3,5 3,3 6,8 5,5 6 11,5 4,1 4 8,1 3,7 4,2 7,9 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 42,4 488 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno SETRA 215 K NS 16 N.Sad Mošorin 15 utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 4,1 4 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,8 489 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN PA 3 N.Sad Pančevo energenti utovaren 3,8 4 7,8 4,1 4 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,9 490 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin energenti utovaren 1,5 1,7 3,2 1,3 1,5 2,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,0 491 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 815 ŠA 3 Šabac Pančevo razno utovaren 1,5 1,7 3,2 3 3,2 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,4 492 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 RU 12 Ruma Kikinda drvo utovaren 2,7 2,9 5,6 5,4 5,3 10,7 3,6 3,8 7,4 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 38,7 493 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,2 6,6 4,2 4,1 8,3 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,3 4,5 8,8 4,4 4,5 8,9 0,0 41,2 494 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Budisava energenti utovaren 2,6 2,5 5,1 3,3 3,5 6,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9 495 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 2001 NS 3 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 1,3 1,2 2,5 2 2,1 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,6 496 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FM 12 BG 5 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 3,7 3,7 7,4 5,2 5,7 10,9 5,9 6,4 12,3 0,0 0,0 37,5 497 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FM 12 BG 5 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 3,8 3,7 7,5 5,5 5,8 11,3 6,2 6,3 12,5 0,0 0,0 38,2 498 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 RU 3 Ruma Klek stoka utovaren 2,4 2,3 4,7 3 3,1 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,8 499 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN BG 6 N.Sad Beograd V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5,1 5 10,1 4,8 4,4 9,2 4,7 4,8 9,5 0,0 0,0 35,3 500 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco KŠ 12 B.Palanka Kruševac gr. Materijal utovaren 3 2,9 5,9 4 4,1 8,1 3,5 3,3 6,8 3,6 3,3 6,9 3,5 3,3 6,8 0,0 34,5 501 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 4,6 4,2 8,8 4,1 4 8,1 3,8 4 7,8 3,7 3,9 7,6 0,0 39,2 502 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN SO 6 Apatin Pančevo prehrana utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 5,2 5,5 10,7 5 4,8 9,8 5,1 4,7 9,8 0,0 0,0 36,0 503 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco VŠ 7 N.Sad Vršac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 6,4 6,2 12,6 4,1 4 8,1 3,5 3,7 7,2 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 42,2 504 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava 80 H 12 RU 3 Ruma Čurug stoka utovaren 1,3 1,5 2,8 2,1 2 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,9 505 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 75 T 5 SO 3 Deronje Kać r. Mašine utovaren 1,5 1,6 3,1 2 2,4 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,5 506 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 5,6 5,9 11,5 4,4 4,2 8,6 4,3 4,4 8,7 4,2 4,4 8,6 0,0 43,7 507 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF XF NS 12 B.Palanka S. Crnja GR. energenti utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,9 4,2 9,1 3,3 3,2 6,5 3,4 3,3 6,7 3,2 3,2 6,4 0,0 35,6 508 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1015 NS 3 Čelarevo Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,9 2,5 5,4 3,2 3,4 6,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,0 509 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 2 2,1 4,1 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,0 510 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 5,9 5,7 11,6 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,3 4,2 8,5 4,3 4,2 8,5 0,0 44,0 511 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno RENO NS 3 N.Sad Senta prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,2 4,4 3,5 4 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9

177 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 512 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 12 N.Sad Bečej prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 5,4 6 11,4 4,2 3,8 8,0 4,5 4,2 8,7 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 43,0 513 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 BG 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin otpad utovaren 2,1 2,2 4,3 3,7 5 8,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,0 514 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 113 M NS 4 N.Sad Zrenjanin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,2 4 8,2 1,7 1,9 3,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 18,0 515 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 ZR 4 N.Sad Zrenjanin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 4,5 4,7 9,2 2 1,8 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,1 516 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 VA 3 Apatin Valjevo prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,5 4,7 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,2 517 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 NS 12 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,5 4,7 9,2 4,1 4 8,1 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 38,4 518 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 93 PK 12 N.Sad Prokuplje prehrana utovaren 3,5 3,2 6,7 6,2 6 12,2 3,7 4,2 7,9 4 4,2 8,2 4,5 4,3 8,8 0,0 43,8 519 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 93 NS 12 N.Sad Prokuplje prehrana utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 5,5 5,7 11,2 3,9 4 7,9 4 3,9 7,9 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 41,1 520 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 ŠA 12 Šabac Zrenjanin stoka utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,5 4,2 8,7 3,2 3,7 6,9 4,2 4 8,2 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 37,9 521 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 NS 12 N.Sad Bečej gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3 6,3 5,5 6 11,5 4,5 4,2 8,7 4 4,3 8,3 4 4,4 4,0 0,0 38,8 522 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 BG 12 N.Sad N.Bečej gr. Materijal utovaren 3,7 3,6 7,3 6,7 6,5 13,2 4,4 4,5 8,9 4,7 4,2 8,9 4,4 4,3 8,7 0,0 47,0 523 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN JA 3 N.Sad Jagodina prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,7 4,9 4,5 5 9,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,4 524 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN ZR 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin gr. Materijal utovaren 2,4 2,3 4,7 4,5 5 9,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,2 525 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 110 T 11 NS 3 N.Sad Žabalj gr. Materijal utovaren 1,4 1,4 2,8 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,3 526 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF 95 KM 12 N.Sad K. Mitrovica prehrana utovaren 3 2,7 5,7 5 4,8 9,8 3,7 3,9 7,6 4 4,2 8,2 4 3,7 7,7 0,0 39,0 527 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 143 NS 12 N.Sad Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,7 3,6 7,3 6 6,3 12,3 4 4,2 8,2 3,7 4,2 7,9 4 3,7 7,7 0,0 43,4 528 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco BG 3 N.Sad Titel prehrana utovaren 1,6 1,6 3,2 2,9 3 5,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,1 529 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN TG 410 BG 12 N.Sad Beograd Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,6 3,4 7,0 5,1 5,5 10,6 3,2 3,5 6,7 3 3,7 6,7 3 3,3 6,3 0,0 37,3 530 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 NS 12 N.Sad Zrenjanin V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 5,8 5,7 11,5 4 3,7 7,7 3,7 4 7,7 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 40,9 531 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 815 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,3 532 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1938 NS 8 B.Palanka Beograd energenti utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 4,6 5 9,6 1,7 1,8 3,5 4 4,2 8,2 4,1 4 8,1 0,0 36,5 533 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 NS 4 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,5 4 8,5 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 22,9 534 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 BG 4 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 5 4,8 9,8 3,7 4,2 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 24,1 535 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania 124 NS 12 N.Sad S.Mitrovica V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5,5 6 11,5 3,9 4,2 8,1 4,2 4 8,2 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 43,2 536 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 420 ČA 12 N.Sad Čačak V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 6,5 6,2 12,7 4,2 4 8,2 4,5 4,1 8,6 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 44,3 537 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 Slovenija 12 Batrovci Zrenjanin energenti utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4 4,1 8,1 3,1 3,2 6,3 3,1 3 6,1 2,8 3 5,8 0,0 32,7 538 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 BG 3 N.Sad Beograd energenti utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 3,2 3,3 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,1 539 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1722 NS 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 4,5 4,2 8,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,9 540 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1935 SU 12 Šabac Subotica gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 6,2 6 12,2 3,9 4 7,9 3,7 4 7,7 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 42,9 541 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 RU 12 N.Sad Ruma energenti utovaren 3 3 6,0 6 5,8 11,8 3,9 4,3 8,2 4,2 4 8,2 3,7 4,2 7,9 0,0 42,1 542 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Pančevo energenti utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,3 543 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 8 N.Sad Pančevo energenti utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5,7 6 3,9 3,9 4,2 8,1 4,5 4 8,5 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 30,1 544 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco ČA 12 Vrbas Čačak prehrana utovaren 3 2,9 5,9 4,8 4,7 9,5 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,5 3,3 6,8 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 35,8 545 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FL 12 NS 4 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5,6 5,4 11,0 5,2 5,1 10,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 28,5 546 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1218 NS 3 N.Sad Kovilj prehrana utovaren 2,6 2,5 5,1 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,2 547 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF 800 BG 3 N.Sad Zemun prehrana utovaren 1,6 1,5 3,1 2 2,1 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 548 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,7 3,6 7,3 5,1 5,2 10,3 4,2 4,1 8,3 4 4,2 8,2 4,1 4,2 8,3 0,0 42,4 549 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 2001 NS 3 N.Sad lokal energenti utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,6 1,9 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,1 550 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 SM 6 S.Mitrovica Zrenjanin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 5,6 5,4 11,0 5,2 5,3 10,5 5,1 5,2 10,3 0,0 0,0 37,5 551 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,1 6,4 4,4 4,4 8,8 3,5 4 7,5 3,6 4,1 7,7 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 38,1 552 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 4 4,1 8,1 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 37,0 553 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava T.Zeta ZR 3 Rumenka Zrenjanin stoka utovaren 1,3 1,4 2,7 2,1 2,2 4,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,0 554 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 KV 3 Sombor Kraljevo kozmetika utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 4,1 4 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,2 555 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 ŠA 6 Šabac Kikinda gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 5,9 6 11,9 5,3 5,7 11,0 5,5 6,1 11,6 0,0 0,0 41,6 556 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 2222 NS 4 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,6 4,4 9,0 4,8 5,1 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 25,8 557 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,6 4,5 9,1 4,5 4,7 9,2 4,6 4,7 0,0 4,5 4,4 8,9 0,0 33,5 558 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej energenti utovaren 2,9 2,7 5,6 3,9 3,8 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,3 559 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 RU 12 Ruma Vršac energenti utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 4 3,9 7,9 3,2 3,3 6,5 3,4 3,3 6,7 3,5 3,3 6,8 0,0 34,0 560 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava NS 3 B.Palanka N.Sad energenti utovaren 2,6 2,4 5,0 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9 561 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 SU 12 Jazovnik Zrenjanin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 6,2 6,4 12,6 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,3 4,5 8,8 4,4 4,3 8,7 0,0 45,9 562 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava BG 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,6 1,5 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,6 563 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF 95 JA 12 N.Sad Tabanovce V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,5 3,3 6,8 4,5 3,5 8,0 3,9 3,8 7,7 3,6 3,8 7,4 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 37,8 564 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 Bosna 12 Futog Brčko Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,4 3,2 6,6 5,2 5,1 10,3 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 38,4 565 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 NS 12 Subotica Beočin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3 6,3 4,8 5 9,8 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,6 3,6 7,2 3,4 3,6 7,0 0,0 37,9 566 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1523 NS 3 N.Sad Kać prehrana utovaren 1,8 1,8 3,6 3 2,6 5,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,2 567 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM T 60 ZR 3 N.Sad Kumane prazan 0,7 0,8 1, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,5 568 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes NS 16 N.Sad Čurug 37 utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,9 4,9 9,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,2 569 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM T 60 NS 3 N.Sad Kać energenti utovaren 0,9 1 1,9 1,2 1,2 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,3 570 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF 95 NS 12 Futog Beograd Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 5,4 5,2 10,6 4 3,9 7,9 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 40,0 571 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM T 60 NS 3 N.Sad Budisava prehrana utovaren 1,1 1,1 2,2 1,3 1,4 2,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,9 572 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 120 e 24 ar 3 N.Sad Arandjelovac prehrana utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 3,6 3,9 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,4 573 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1422 UE 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,4 2,6 5,0 2,7 3,2 5,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,9 574 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1827 PG 6 N.Sad Podgorica prehrana utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 4,6 4,8 9,4 3,7 3,6 7,3 3,4 3,4 6,8 0,0 0,0 29,6 575 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 6 B.Palanka Beograd prehrana utovaren 3 2,9 5,9 4,6 4,7 9,3 4,1 4 8,1 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 0,0 31,5 576 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF XF Bosna 12 N.Sad Kikinda gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 5,1 5,3 10,4 3,9 3,8 7,7 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 38,7 577 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava 650 NS 3 Kulpin Žabalj Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,3 1,4 2,7 2,7 2,8 5,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,2 578 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Scania R KI 12 N.Sad Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,4 3,6 7,0 3,5 3,3 6,8 0,0 35,9 579 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 KI 3 Ruma Kikinda energenti utovaren 2,4 2,2 4,6 3,1 3 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,7 580 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 303 NS 16 N.Sad Čurug 28 utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,5 4,4 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,1 581 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN UE 7 N.Sad Užice Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5,2 5 10,2 4,1 4 8,1 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 40,1 582 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1850 LO 12 N.Sad V.Plana gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,2 6,6 4,5 4,4 8,9 2,9 3 5,9 3,2 3,1 6, ,0 0,0 33,7 583 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 508 D NS 3 N.Sad Šajkaš Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,4 1,5 2,9 2 1,9 3,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,8 584 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NS 6 B.Jarak Pančevo prehrana utovaren 3,1 2,9 6,0 5 5,3 10,3 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,1 3,3 6,4 0,0 0,0 29,8

178 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 585 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1748 NS 12 B.Palanka Zrenjanin prehrana utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 4,9 4,7 9,6 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,3 3,4 6,7 0,0 37,3 586 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo 440 SO 12 Sombor Leskovac energenti utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 5 4,8 9,8 4 3,9 7,9 3,8 3,8 7,6 3,6 3,5 7,1 0,0 39,0 587 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 NS 12 Subotica Beočin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 4,8 5 9,8 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,6 3,4 7,0 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 37,5 588 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 BG 3 N.Sad Djurdjevo razno utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 3,3 3,5 6,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,4 589 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 2232 NS 4 N.SS Beograd energenti utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 2,4 2,6 5,0 1,7 1,5 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,1 590 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava 83-12A NS 3 N.Sad Kać razno utovaren 1,7 1,6 3,3 2,1 2,3 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,7 591 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FW KOMBI ZR 2 N.Sad Zrenjanin 2 utovaren 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,0 592 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 UE 12 N.Sad Užice Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 5,2 5,5 10,7 4,2 4 8,2 4,1 4 8,1 3,8 3,3 7,1 0,0 40,8 593 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN VA 6 B.Maglić Laktaša BOS prehrana utovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 4,3 4 8,3 2,1 2,1 4,2 2 1,9 3,9 0,0 0,0 20,1 594 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 415 NS 16 N.Sad Čurug 54 utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 4,9 4,8 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,8 595 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 5315 SO 16 Sombor Beograd 51 utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 4,8 5 9,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,0 596 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM T 60 NS 3 Futog Temerin otpad utovaren 1,1 1 2,1 1,4 1,2 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,7 597 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno DAF XF NS 12 N.Sad Požarevac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 4,8 4,6 9,4 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,7 3,6 7,3 3,4 3,3 6,7 0,0 37,1 598 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1921 NS 3 N.Sad Žabalj gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,6 4,5 9,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,4 599 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1846 UE 12 N.Sad Užice energenti utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 4,9 4,8 9,7 4,1 4 8,1 3,9 3,9 7,8 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 40,0 600 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Zastava 50-8A NS 2 N.Sad Djurdjevo prazan 0,6 0,6 1,2 0,5 0,5 1,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,2 601 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1617 BG 3 N.Sad Beograd razno utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 3,6 3,9 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,3 602 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 80 T 5 NS 3 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 0,7 0,6 1,3 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,7 603 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo BUS NS 16 N.Sad Kać 76 utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 4,8 5,9 10,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,3 604 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1620 NS 3 N.Sad Žabalj otpad utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 3 3,5 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,7 605 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo 440 BG 12 B.Palanka Beograd prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 4,9 4,7 9,6 4,1 4 8,1 4 3,8 7,8 3,7 3,6 7,3 0,0 39,3 606 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1847 Bosna 7 Brčko Zrenjanin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 5,3 5,4 10,7 4,7 4,5 9,2 4 3,9 7,9 2,9 2,9 5,8 0,0 40,3 607 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Pežo XL BG 2 N.Sad Beograd prazan 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,5 0,5 1,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,6 608 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 36 KI 3 N.Sad Kikinda razno utovaren 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,1 609 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco Daly BG 3 N.Sad Beograd prazan 0,9 0,8 1,7 0,8 0,6 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,1 610 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 2221 NS 8 N.Sad Ruma energenti utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 5,4 4,9 10,3 2,7 2,8 5,5 4,4 4,3 8,7 3,9 3,7 7,6 0,0 38,8 611 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,3 6,3 4,4 4,7 9,1 4,3 3,8 8,1 4,2 4,5 8,7 3,9 4,3 8,2 0,0 40,4 612 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo 400 NS 4 N.Sad Velebit gr. Materijal utovaren 3,8 4 7,8 3 2,8 5,8 2,9 2,9 5,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,4 613 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 3 2,9 5,9 4,6 4,5 9,1 3,7 3,6 7,3 3,5 3,4 6,9 3,4 3,2 6,6 0,0 35,8 614 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 2535 NS 4 N.Sad Pančevo prazan 3 2,8 5,8 2,1 2,2 4,3 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,5 615 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 NS 3 N.Sad Kljajićevo energenti utovaren 2,3 2,2 4,5 4,1 4,2 8,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,8 616 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1838 KV 12 N.Sad Tabanovce energenti utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 4,8 4,9 9,7 3,9 4,1 8,0 4,3 3,9 8,2 3,5 3,6 7,1 0,0 39,9 617 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 3,8 4,5 8,3 3,7 4 7,7 3,6 4,1 7,7 4,5 4 8,5 0,0 38,9 618 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno SETRA 521 H NS 16 N.Sad Čurug 47 utovaren 2,5 2,7 5,2 4,7 4,3 9,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,2 619 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 303 SO 16 Sombor Beograd 54 utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,9 5,2 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,6 620 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco SU 12 Temerin Beočin prazan 2,7 2,9 5,6 2 2,2 4,2 1,8 1,6 3,4 1 0,9 1,9 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 16,5 621 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno STAYER NS 12 Čenej Kovilj prazan 2,7 2,6 5,3 1,9 1,5 3,4 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 13,2 622 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 SU 7 N.Sad Subotica prazan 2,8 3 5,8 2 2,1 4,1 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,9 0,8 1,7 0,0 16,2 623 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 KŠ 3 N.Sad Kruševac prehrana utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,7 3,9 7,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,9 624 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 N.Sad Šid r. Mašine utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 5,1 5,2 10,3 1,1 1,3 2,4 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,2 1,5 2,7 0,0 24,7 625 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN Bosna 7 N.Sad B.Luka Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 5,3 6,8 12,1 3,5 3,7 7,2 4,1 4 8,1 2,2 2,1 4,3 0,0 38,3 626 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 KI 12 Horgoš Gospodjinci energenti utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,3 5 9,3 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 37,9 627 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 ZR 12 N.Sad Pančevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,4 3,6 7,0 4,7 4,2 8,9 1,9 1,6 3,5 1,7 1,5 3,2 1,7 1,6 3,3 0,0 25,9 628 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno SETRA S 431 NS 16 N.Sad Titel 45 utovaren 3,9 4,2 8,1 4,6 5 9,6 2,7 3,1 5,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 23,5 629 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 3335 NS 4 N.Sad Kać gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,3 6,7 4,7 4,5 9,2 4,4 4,6 9,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 24,9 630 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM T 60 NS 3 N.Sad BP Selo prazan 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,3 631 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Fiat 619 NI RU 7 N.Sad Martinci Voda utovaren 2,9 3,1 6,0 4,8 5,5 10,3 3,4 3,4 6,8 2,4 2,6 5,0 3,1 3 6,1 0,0 34,2 632 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 100 E 17 BG 3 N.Sad Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,9 633 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo 12-6X4 BG 4 N.Sad lokal prazan 3,1 3,2 6,3 2 2,3 4,3 1,9 2,4 4,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,9 634 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1838 NP 7 Crvenka N.Pazar Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5,2 5,4 10,6 3,7 3,9 7, ,0 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 40,2 635 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN ZR 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin prazan 3 2,9 5,9 1,9 1,7 3,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,5 636 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 NS 3 S.Mitrovica Požarevac prehrana utovaren 1,4 1,5 2,9 3,4 3,6 7,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,9 637 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN TG ŠA 5 N.Sad Šabac prazan 2,7 2,8 5,5 2,6 2,5 5,1 2,7 2,1 4,8 2,5 2,1 4,6 0,0 0,0 20,0 638 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno FAP 1620 BG 11 N.Sad P.Skela Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3 3,5 6,5 4,2 5 9,2 4,9 5,2 10,1 4,6 6 10,6 0,0 0,0 36,4 639 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 ŠA 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,2 6,7 5 4,3 9,3 4,2 4 8,2 4 3,9 7,9 3,3 4,6 7,9 0,0 40,0 640 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1318 BG 3 N.Sad Beograd prazan 1,8 1,7 3,5 2 1,7 3,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 641 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN PO 7 Odžaci Kučevo prazan 2,6 2,4 5,0 2,2 2,2 4,4 1,3 1 2,3 0,8 0,8 1,6 1,3 1,2 2,5 0,0 15,8 642 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN NS 3 N.Sad Beograd prazan 2,4 2,6 5,0 1,9 1,7 3,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,6 643 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 75 E 15 BG 3 N.Sad Beograd prazan 1,2 1,2 2,4 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,4 644 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Volvo 240 BG 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin otpad utovaren 3,5 3,5 7,0 5,4 5,9 11,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 18,3 645 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 4144 BG 5 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 3,3 3,5 6,8 5,6 4,2 9,8 5,2 4,5 9,7 0,0 0,0 33,2 646 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno MAN BG 6 B.Maglić Beograd prehrana utovaren 1,9 1,9 3,8 3,3 3,2 6,5 1,9 2 3,9 1,9 1,8 3,7 0,0 0,0 17,9 647 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1617 NS 3 N.Sad Zrenjanin energenti utovaren 3,4 3,3 6,7 4,9 4,7 9,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,3 648 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 140 E 18 NS 3 N.Sad Kać prehrana utovaren 2,5 2,3 4,8 3,8 3,4 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,0 649 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 312 BG 2 N.Sad Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,0 650 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Iveco 150 E 23 SM 4 Bečej Indjija prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,6 3,1 4,4 5,9 10,3 1,4 1,7 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 651 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 SO 3 Sombor Beograd prehrana utovaren 2,7 2,9 5,6 4,3 4,6 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,5 652 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno Mercedes 1635 NS 12 Odžaci Vranje energenti utovaren 2,8 3,3 6,1 3,3 4,5 7,8 2 2,6 4,6 1,9 2,4 4,3 2,2 1,6 3,8 0,0 26,6 653 M - 7 Rafinerija :00 oblačno RENO 440 BG 12 N.Sad lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 4,9 5,3 10,2 4 3,7 7,7 4,2 4 8,2 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 40,8 654 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1314 NS 3 Temerin Bečej otpad utovaren 3,3 3,1 6,4 4,7 4,9 9,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,0 655 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1414 NS 3 Temerin Bečej otpad utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 3,6 3,3 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,0 656 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 NS 6 N.Sad Bečej prazan 2,8 3 5,8 2 1,9 3,9 1,6 1,5 3,1 1,4 1,5 2,9 0,0 0,0 15,7 657 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 SO 3 Sombor Ada prehrana utovaren 2,7 2,8 5,5 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,7

179 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 658 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 JA 12 Jagodina Senta energenti utovaren 3,1 3,2 6,3 4,6 4,3 8,9 3,7 3,6 7,3 3,4 3,4 6,8 3,1 3,2 6,3 0,0 35,6 659 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes NS 6 Temerin lokal St. hrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,4 4,4 8,8 4,1 4,2 8,3 4 4,1 8,1 0,0 0,0 31,4 660 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno SETRA Bosna 16 B.Luka Bečej 43 utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,9 5,2 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,6 661 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 35-8H NS 3 Temerin Bečej prehrana utovaren 0,5 0,6 1,1 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,5 662 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco NS 12 Stepanovićevo N.Bečej prazan 2,8 2,7 5,5 1,7 1,9 3,6 1,3 1,1 2,4 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,0 14,6 663 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FORD TRANZIT BG 1 Žabalj Temerin r. Mašine utovaren 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,5 0,7 1,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,6 664 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Volvo ŠA 3 Šabac Bečej prazan 1,4 1,5 2,9 1,1 1,7 2,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,7 665 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco BG 3 N.Sad Kikinda energenti utovaren 1,1 1 2,1 2,1 3 5,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 666 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 603 ŠA 3 Šabac Bečej prazan 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,6 0,9 1,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,3 667 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1318 BG 3 N.Sad N.Bečej Sok utovaren 1,9 2 3,9 1,7 2,7 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,3 668 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Fiat ducato NS 1 N.Sad Kanjiža Polj. Proizvod utovaren 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,4 0,5 0,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,3 669 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno RENO NI 1 N.Sad BP Selo r. Mašine utovaren 0,6 0,6 1,2 0,4 0,5 0,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,1 670 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 2228 NS 8 Stepanovićevo N.Bečej prazan 2,3 2,4 4,7 1,8 2,2 4,0 0,9 1 1, ,0 0,9 1,2 2,1 0,0 14,7 671 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno GAZ 23 ZR 3 N.Sad N.Miloševo prazan 0,6 0,6 1,2 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,7 672 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1944 KI 12 Kikinda N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,3 6,7 5,2 5,3 10,5 4,1 4 8,1 3,9 4 7,9 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 40,7 673 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 35-10H NS 3 N.Sad Bečej razno utovaren 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,9 1 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,3 674 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NS 3 Temerin lokal St. hrana utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4,3 4,9 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,3 675 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco NS 12 B.Jarak B.Gradište prazan 2,5 2,4 4,9 1,7 2 3,7 1,1 1 2,1 0,6 0,8 1,4 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,0 13,7 676 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava PK 3 N.Sad Bečej Voda utovaren 1,5 1,5 3,0 2,1 2,6 4,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,7 677 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava NS 3 N.Sad Bečej prazan 0,9 1 1,9 1 0,8 1,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,7 678 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 RU 3 Kraljevo Ada stoka utovaren 2 1,8 3,8 3,6 3,8 7,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,2 679 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 65 E 15 NS 1 N.Sad B.Topola PTT utovaren 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,3 680 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1621 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej prazan 1,9 2 3,9 1,7 2,3 4,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,9 681 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 35 C 11 BG 1 B.Maglić Nadalj prehrana utovaren 0,5 0,5 1,0 1,3 1,3 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,6 682 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 65 c 15 ns 3 S.Kamenica B.Gradište prazan 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,9 0,8 1,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,4 683 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno IKARBUS IK 104 NS 16 N.Sad Bečej 22 utovaren 1,9 2 3,9 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,6 684 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TEMSA KI 16 N.Sad Kikinda 20 utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 4,7 5,1 9,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,5 685 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 35 C 11 NS 1 Temerin lokal prazan 0,6 0,5 1,1 1,3 1,3 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,7 686 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 35 C 11 BG 1 Beograd Senta kozmetika utovaren 0,8 0,9 1,7 1,6 1,5 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,8 687 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava 35-10H NS 3 N.Sad M.Idjoš bela tehnika utovaren 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,9 1,1 2,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,4 688 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 SU 3 N.Sad Kanjiža energenti utovaren 1,4 1,4 2,8 1,4 1,6 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,8 689 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 313 CDI BG 1 N.Sad Bečej prehrana utovaren 0,8 0,7 1,5 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,8 690 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava 630N KŠ 3 Kruševac Kumane gr. Materijal utovaren 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,6 1,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,9 691 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 6 Temerin Čurug Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,3 3,1 6,4 4,7 4,9 9,6 4,4 4,6 9,0 4,3 4,3 8,6 0,0 0,0 33,6 692 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava NS 3 N.Sad Kikinda prehrana utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,5 1,5 3,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,3 693 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 NS 3 N.Sad N.Kneževac V. Djubrivo utovaren 1,4 1,5 2,9 1,8 2,4 4,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,1 694 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM T 80 NS 3 Temerin lokal Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,1 1 2,1 1,2 1,2 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,5 695 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 SO 3 Bečej N.Sad prehrana utovaren 2 1,9 3,9 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,1 696 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1748 KV 12 Bečej Kraljevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,4 3,4 6,8 5,4 5,5 10,9 4,3 4,2 8,5 4,2 4,1 8,3 4 3,7 7,7 0,0 42,2 697 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno KAMAZ VA 4 R.Šančevi Temerin gr. Materijal utovaren 2,5 2,7 5,2 4,8 4,6 9,4 4,6 4,9 9,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 24,1 698 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 2626 NS 4 Temerin lokal prazan 25 2,6 5,1 1,9 1,8 3,7 1,9 1,9 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,6 699 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava KI 3 Sirig Kikinda Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,7 1,5 3,2 3,1 2,9 6,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,2 700 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava BG 3 N.Sad Bečej Sok utovaren 2 1,7 3,7 3,4 3,9 7,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,0 701 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej prazan 2,4 2,1 4,5 1,7 1,7 3,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,9 702 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM T 60 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej prazan 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,9 0,8 1,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,3 703 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NS 7 N.Sad Bečej Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,7 2,4 5,1 2 2,2 4,2 3,3 3,2 6,5 1,4 1,5 2,9 1 0,7 1,7 0,0 20,4 704 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1832 BG 3 N.Sad Ada gr. Materijal utovaren 3,6 3,3 6,9 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,6 705 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 RU 12 N.Sad Kikinda prazan 3,3 3,2 6,5 2,2 2,3 4,5 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,3 1,3 2,6 0,0 18,7 706 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 75 C 15 BG 3 Dobanovci Sokolac razno utovaren 1,6 1,5 3,1 1,7 1,4 3,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,2 707 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno W V LT ZR 2 N.Sad Bečej prehrana utovaren 1,1 0,8 1,9 1,3 1 2,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,2 708 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 NS 3 N.Sad lokal prazan 2,3 2,1 4,4 2,1 2,3 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,8 709 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 BG 3 N.Sad Kikinda gr. Materijal utovaren 1,8 2,3 4,1 3,1 3,4 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,6 710 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 85-14A ZR 3 N.Sad N.Bečej razno utovaren 1 1,1 2,1 1,4 1,2 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,7 711 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 130 E 18 BG 3 N.Sad Bečej energenti utovaren 2,3 2,4 4,7 1,8 1,9 3,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,4 712 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno NIBUS NS 16 N.Sad Kanjiža 58 utovaren 3,7 3,6 7,3 5,6 6,1 11,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,0 713 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 817 KI 3 N.Sad Ada prazan 1,4 1,2 2,6 1,2 1,2 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,0 714 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej prehrana utovaren 3 2,7 5,7 5,2 5,7 10,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,6 715 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1635 NS 3 Futog Ada energenti utovaren 3,1 2,9 6,0 3,7 3,9 7,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,6 716 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1417 ZR 8 N.Sad Bečej ambalaža utovaren 1,2 1,2 2,4 2,7 2,3 5,0 0,9 1 1,9 4,2 4,4 8,6 5 4,2 9,2 0,0 27,1 717 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 NS 6 N.Sad Bečej ambalaža utovaren 2,4 2,7 5,1 3 3,1 6,1 1,7 1 2,7 1,4 1,4 2,8 0,0 0,0 16,7 718 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Scania 142 M NK 12 Kikinda Nikšić gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 6,5 7 13,5 4,2 4,5 8,7 3,7 4,2 7,9 4 4,5 8,5 0,0 45,8 719 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 Kikinda N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 4,5 5,5 10,0 3,7 4,2 7,9 4 4,2 8,2 3,8 4,1 7,9 0,0 41,2 720 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 Kikinda N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 2,9 6,0 5 5,5 10,5 4 3,7 7,7 3,7 4 3,0 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 34,9 721 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN NS 3 N.Sad Bečej Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,7 2,2 3,9 4,5 4,7 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,1 722 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM 170 T 15 NS 3 Temerin lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 2,2 2,5 4,7 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9 723 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 SD 3 N.Sad Kikinda prehrana utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,1 1 2,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,7 724 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1620 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej gr. Materijal utovaren 2 1,9 3,9 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,6 725 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 413 ZR 3 Futog Kanjiža bela tehnika utovaren 0,7 0,6 1,3 1,2 1,4 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,9 726 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 NS 3 Temerin lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 1,7 3,4 3 3,3 6,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,7 727 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN NS 3 N.Sad Bečej energenti utovaren 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,9 2,2 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,3 728 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Scania R 420 NS 12 N.Sad Temerin energenti utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 3,7 4 7,7 2,9 3,2 6,1 2,8 3,3 6,1 2,8 3,3 6,1 0,0 32,9 729 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM T 65 ZR 3 N.Sad Nadalj prehrana utovaren 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,9 730 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno OM 40 NS 3 Temerin Bečej St. hrana utovaren 1 1 2,0 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,7

180 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 731 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Temerin St. hrana utovaren 3 3,4 6,4 4,1 5,6 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,1 732 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP NS 16 N.Sad Temerin 45 utovaren 2,4 2,6 5,0 4,3 4,5 8,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,8 733 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 N.Bečej N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 5,5 6,5 12,0 4,2 3,7 7,9 4 3,9 7,9 4,5 4 8,5 0,0 43,0 734 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 NS 3 Temerin lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 1,9 3,6 2,5 2,7 5,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,8 735 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 NS 12 Kanjiža N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,3 6,8 4,7 5,5 10,2 3,7 3,5 7,2 3,9 3,5 7,4 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 39,5 736 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 3336 BG 4 N.Sad Ada gr. Materijal utovaren 3,9 4 7,9 5,7 5,5 11,2 5,8 5,4 11,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 30,3 737 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1214 NS 3 Temerin lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3 2,7 5,7 4,5 4,4 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,6 738 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN TG 440 BG 12 Beograd B.Gradište ambalaža utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 2,3 2,2 4,5 1,4 1,3 2,7 1,8 1,8 3,6 1,6 1,6 3,2 0,0 20,2 739 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej r. Mašine utovaren 2,2 2,3 4,5 4,5 4,7 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,7 740 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1633 ŠA 12 N.Bečej N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 5 5,5 10,5 3,7 4 7,7 4 4,2 8,2 4,3 3,9 8,2 0,0 40,7 741 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava 80 H NS 3 N.Sad Bečej otpad utovaren 1,7 1,5 3,2 1,7 1,5 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,4 742 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 12 E NS 3 N.Sad Senta prehrana utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,3 1,4 2,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,0 743 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno RABA S 22 NS 15 N.Sad B.Gradište ambalaža utovaren 2,8 2,5 5,3 4,1 4,3 8,4 1,3 1,4 2,7 3,4 2,7 6,1 3,2 2,9 6,1 3,1 3,7 6,8 35,4 744 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1113 NS 3 N.Sad Kikinda ambalaža utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 2,5 3,3 5,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,9 745 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno NEOBUS NS 16 N.Sad Bečej 45 utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 4,9 5,6 10,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,6 746 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco KI 12 Bečej N.Sad Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 3,7 4,2 7,9 3,5 3,7 7,2 4 3,7 7,7 4 3,9 7,9 0,0 36,5 747 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1620 SO 6 N.Sad Kikinda Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 3,9 4 7,9 3,7 4 7,7 4 3,8 7,8 0,0 0,0 29,5 748 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1620 NS 3 N.Sad Bečej gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 6,4 6,6 13,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,9 749 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NP 12 N.Pazar Bečej prazan 3 3,1 6,1 2,1 2 4,1 1,2 1 2,2 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 17,2 750 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava 80H-12 NS 3 B.Jarak B.Gradište Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,5 1,4 2,9 2,2 2,5 4,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,6 751 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 RU 12 Ruma Kikinda gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,6 4,7 9,3 3,7 3,6 7,3 3,6 3,3 6,9 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 37,4 752 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP 1314 NS 3 Temerin lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 2,6 2,4 5 5,2 5 10,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,2 753 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco BG 12 N.Bečej Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 5,8 5,4 11,2 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,6 3,8 7,4 3,7 3,9 7,6 0,0 40,9 754 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM 2001 SM 3 S.Mitrovica B.Gradište stoka utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,6 1,7 3,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,9 755 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 KI 12 Kikinda N.Sad gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,8 5 9,8 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,8 3,8 7,6 0,0 39,4 756 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno TAM 130 T11 NS 3 Temerin lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 5,6 5,3 10,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,6 757 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Fiat DUCATO NS 1 N.Sad Bečej kafa utovaren 1 1,1 2,1 0,9 1,1 2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,1 758 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN NS 7 B.Palanka Kikinda parket utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 4,4 4,1 8,5 3,6 3,9 7,5 3,5 3,7 7,2 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 36,8 759 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1015 NS 3 N.Sad Nadalj prehrana utovaren 2,4 2,3 4,7 3,6 3,3 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,6 760 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN SU 12 B.Jarak Subotica rad. Mašane utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 3,3 3,5 6,8 2,4 2,6 5,0 2,2 2,3 4,5 2,6 2,4 5,0 0,0 27,4 761 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Zastava T.Zeta ns 3 Temerin Bečej St. hrana utovaren 1,6 1,7 3,3 2,2 2 4,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,5 762 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes ITUD BG 16 Beograd Kanjiža 50 utovaren 2,5 2,6 5,1 6,2 6,2 12,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,5 763 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 B.Palanka Ada energenti utovaren 1,6 1,7 3,3 4 3,8 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,1 764 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 512 D KI 3 N.Sad B.Topola prehrana utovaren 1,1 1 2,1 2,1 2 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,2 765 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 KI 3 N.Sad Kikinda prehrana utovaren 0,7 0,8 1,5 1 1,1 2,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,6 766 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 2626 NS 3 Temerin lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 1,9 2 3,9 5,5 6 11,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,4 767 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno FAP NS 16 N.Sad Bečej 45 utovaren 2,7 2,5 5,2 6 5,8 11,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,0 768 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco NS 3 N.Sad Nadalj prehrana utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,7 0,9 1,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,9 769 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno MAN PG 12 Kikinda Podgorica prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5,5 4,9 10,4 3,7 4 7,7 3,6 4 7,6 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 39,6 770 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Iveco 140 E BG 3 Beograd Bečej prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 2 2,2 4,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,7 771 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 NS 4 N.Sad Bečej gr. Materijal utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 4 4,5 8,5 5 4,7 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 22,3 772 R PD Petefi :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 VA 3 Valjevo Senta energenti utovaren 2,3 2,5 4,8 3,4 3,5 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,7 773 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno TAM 65 T PA 3 Pančevo Kovin prehrana utovaren 1 0,9 1,9 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,2 774 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 RU 3 N.Sad Vel. Gradište ambalaža utovaren 2 1,9 3,9 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,1 775 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PO 3 Požarevac Kovin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,7 1,7 3,4 2 2,2 4,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,6 776 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 ZR 3 Zrenjanin Kovin prehrana utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 4 3,7 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,9 777 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 Beograd Smederevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 6 5,8 11,8 3,9 4 7,9 3,7 4 7,7 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 41,9 778 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN LO 12 Loznica Smederevo prehrana utovaren 3,1 2,9 6 4,5 5,5 10 2,7 3,2 5,9 3 3,2 6,2 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 35,3 779 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN LO 12 Loznica Kovin prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4 3,7 7,7 3,3 3,5 6,8 3,3 3,4 6,7 3,1 3,2 6,3 0,0 33,7 780 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo F 22 SO 3 Sombor Kovin prehrana utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 3 3,5 6,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,1 781 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 142 S KI 12 Kikinda Smederevo prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 6 6,5 12,5 3,9 4,2 8,1 4 4,5 8,5 4,2 4,5 8,7 0,0 44,6 782 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1213 RU 3 Ruma Pančevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,2 1,5 2,7 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,4 783 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 12 Pančevo Kovin Voda utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 4 3,9 7,9 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,5 3,2 6,7 3 2,8 5,8 0,0 32,2 784 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 75 T BG 3 Beograd Kovin prehrana utovaren 2,2 2,5 4,7 4 3,7 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,4 785 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 PA 6 Pančevo Smederevo r. Mašine utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 4,5 4 8,5 3,7 4 7,7 4,1 4,2 8,3 0,0 0,0 30,3 786 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Pančevo Kragujevac gorivo utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,9 5,2 10,1 3,6 5,2 8,8 3,7 5 8,7 3,4 4,1 7,5 0,0 41,5 787 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 113 M BG 8 Beograd Požarevac prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,3 6,6 3,9 4 7,9 3,1 3,2 6,3 4 4,1 8,1 3 3,4 6,4 0,0 35,3 788 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo F 16 ČA 12 Pančevo Smederevo prazan 2,7 2,8 5,5 2,6 2,5 5,1 1,3 1,7 3,0 1,4 1,4 2,8 1 1,6 2,6 0,0 19,0 789 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno DAF 95 PO 7 Borča Kučevo prazan 2,7 2,9 5,6 1,9 2,5 4,4 1,1 1,3 2,4 1,3 1,5 2,8 1 1,2 2,2 0,0 17,4 790 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco PA 3 Pančevo Kovin prehrana utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 2,5 2,4 4,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 791 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 12 Pančevo Petrov. Na Ml. prazan 2,8 3 5,8 2,1 2,5 4,6 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,0 14,9 792 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 12 Pančevo Petrov. Na Ml. prazan 2,7 2,9 5,6 2,2 2,3 4,5 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,0 14,7 793 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1848 NS 12 N.Sad Smederevo prazan 2,9 2,8 5,7 2,4 2,5 4,9 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,0 15,2 794 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 616 BG 3 Pančevo Niš energenti utovaren 0,7 0,8 1,5 1,5 1,7 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,7 795 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1635 NP 12 Vršac N.Pazar prehrana utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4,6 4,6 9,2 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,6 3,8 7,4 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 38,0 796 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN Bosna 12 Beograd Smederevo prazan 2,6 2,7 5,3 1,4 2 3,4 0,7 1 1,7 0,9 1,2 2,1 0,8 1,2 2,0 0,0 14,5 797 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1628 JA 3 Pančevo Jagodina prazan 2,3 2,6 4,9 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,6 798 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 PN 12 Beograd Smederevo prazan 2,8 2,9 5,7 1,3 1,2 2,5 0,7 1,1 1,8 0,8 1 1,8 0,7 1 1,7 0,0 13,5 799 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PN 12 Beograd Popovac prazan 2,7 2,9 5,6 1,4 1,9 3,3 0,6 0,7 1,3 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,6 0,8 1,4 0,0 13,0 800 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo F 10 Bosna 3 Beograd Jagodina prehrana utovaren 2,8 3 5,8 4,1 4,3 8,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,2 801 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 12 N.Sad Smederevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 5,3 5,6 10,9 4,2 4,4 8,6 4,1 4,3 8,4 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 42,6 802 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno RENO 420 BG 8 Pančevo Niš gorivo utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4 4,4 8,4 3,7 4 7,7 4 4,2 8,2 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 38,9 803 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 PA 3 Pančevo Smederevo prehrana utovaren 2,9 3 5,9 4,1 4,5 8,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,5

181 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 804 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Fiat DUKATO NS 2 Bečej Kovin razno utovaren 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,6 0,6 1,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,6 805 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 12 Pančevo Petrov. Na Ml. prazan 2,8 2,9 5,7 2,4 2,6 5 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,8 0,0 0,7 0,9 1,6 0,0 13,9 806 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 3003 PA 16 Pančevo Kovin 46 utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,8 5,3 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 807 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN BG 3 Beograd Kovin prazan 2,4 2,6 5 1,9 2,5 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,4 808 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 2540 SD 8 Pančevo Smederevo prazan 2,6 2,8 5,4 1,9 2 3,9 1 1,1 2,1 1,1 1 2,1 1,1 1,3 2,4 0,0 15,9 809 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 16 Pančevo Smederevo 39 utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5 5,3 10,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,5 810 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1846 BG 12 Pančevo Niš gorivo utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 4,9 5,2 10,1 4 4,3 8,3 4 4,3 8,3 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 41,5 811 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo f 12 pa 4 Opovo Kovin drvo utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,3 4,7 9 4,1 4,3 8,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 24,1 812 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1835 ZR 12 Zrenjanin Smederevo r. Mašine utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 3,4 4,2 7,6 3 3,1 6,1 3,2 3,2 6,4 3,1 3,3 6,4 0,0 32,6 813 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN BG 6 Beograd Smederevo gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,2 6,4 6,4 6,1 12,5 5,1 5,2 10,3 5,2 5,3 10,5 0,0 0,0 39,7 814 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 LO 12 Loznica Smederevo gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 5,6 5,4 11 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,2 3,9 8,1 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 42,7 815 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN TG SD 12 Obrenovac Smederevo energenti utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 4,4 4,2 8,6 3,3 3,5 6,8 3,3 3,6 6,9 3,2 3,1 6,3 0,0 34,7 816 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 75 T PA 3 Pančevo S.Palanka prehrana utovaren 1,2 1,1 2,3 1,9 1,5 3,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,7 817 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 ZR 3 Zrenjanin Kragujevac energenti utovaren 2,1 2,2 4,3 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,6 818 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco KŠ 12 Subotica Kruševac energenti utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,8 3,7 7,5 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 36,3 819 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 112 H BG 12 Beograd Niš Voda utovaren 3,2 3,6 6,8 5,1 4,8 9,9 3,2 3,1 6,3 3,2 3,2 6,4 3,1 3,3 6,4 0,0 35,8 820 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo F 12 ČA 3 Pančevo Čačak V. Djubrivo utovaren 2,7 2,8 5,5 4,6 4,2 8,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,3 821 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 85 H 12 TS 3 Zrenjanin Trstenik energenti utovaren 1,6 1,5 3,1 2,1 2 4,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,2 822 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Fiat DUKATO PA 3 Pančevo S.Palanka prehrana utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,3 1,1 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,7 823 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 SU 12 Subotica Niš Sok utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 5,2 5,3 10,5 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 39,3 824 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1016 BG 3 Beograd Kovin prehrana utovaren 2 2,3 4,3 3,1 3,3 6,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,7 825 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno NIBUS NI 16 Zrenjanin N.Banja 48 utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 5,1 5,4 10,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,7 826 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN ŠA 12 Šabac Kovin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,2 6,5 5,2 5,5 10,7 4,2 4,3 8,5 4 4,2 8,2 3,9 4,1 8,0 0,0 41,9 827 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes NS 12 N.Sad Požarevac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,1 3,4 6,5 4,8 5,1 9,9 4 4,3 8,3 3,9 4,1 8,0 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 40,4 828 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno DAF XL PA 12 Pančevo Petrov. Na Ml. prazan 2,6 2,7 5,3 2,3 2,4 4,7 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,0 14,8 829 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo FL 6 VA 3 Pančevo Kovin prazan 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,3 3,9 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,5 830 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PO 3 Pančevo Požarevac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,8 831 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 RU 3 Pančevo Ruma Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,6 2,8 5,4 3,6 3,9 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,9 832 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno TAM T 50 PA 2 Pančevo B.Karlovac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 0,9 1 1,9 1,3 1,3 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,5 833 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Beograd Kovin bela tehnika utovaren 2,9 3 5,9 4,3 4,5 8,8 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,6 3,8 7,4 3,3 3,4 6,7 0,0 36,4 834 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava BG 3 Beograd B.Crkva prehrana utovaren 1,8 2,1 3,9 2,7 2,9 5,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,5 835 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 NS 12 N.Sad Smederevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 5 5,3 10,3 4 4,2 8,2 4 4,1 8,1 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 40,5 836 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 ZR 3 Zrenjanin Kovin prehrana utovaren 2,6 2,8 5,4 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,5 837 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Beograd Kovin Tehn. Roba utovaren 2,8 3 5,8 4,4 4,7 9,1 3,9 4 7,9 3,8 3,9 7,7 3,6 3,2 6,8 0,0 37,3 838 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1635 pa 11 Pančevo Smederevo gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 5,4 5,6 11 4,7 4,9 9,6 4,7 4,8 9,5 0,0 0,0 36,7 839 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1635 BG 7 Beograd Kovin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,9 5,3 10,2 4,1 4,3 8,4 4 4,2 8,2 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 41,0 840 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1616 PA 6 Pančevo Opovo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,7 2,9 5,6 4,2 4,5 8,7 3,9 4 7,9 3,7 3,9 7,6 0,0 0,0 29,8 841 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 3231 PA 4 Pančevo Bavanište gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,3 4,5 8,8 4,1 4,4 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 24,0 842 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP SANOS PA 16 Pančevo Bavanište 43 utovaren 3 3,3 6,3 4,7 5 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,0 843 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NS 12 N.Sad Negotin V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,9 5,3 10,2 4 4,2 8,2 3,9 4 7,9 3,7 3,9 7,6 0,0 40,3 844 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN BG 16 Beograd Kovin 39 utovaren 3 3,4 6,4 4,8 5,1 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,3 845 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo FH 16 PA 9 Opovo Kovin drvo utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,3 4,4 8,7 3,7 3,9 7,6 4,6 4,7 9,3 4,2 4,3 8,5 3,6 3,7 7,3 47,8 846 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava NI 3 Opovo Svilajnac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,6 1,8 3,4 2,9 3,2 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,5 847 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 12 Pančevo Kladovo gorivo utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,9 5,2 10,1 4,1 4,2 8,3 4,1 4 8,1 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 40,8 848 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 PA 12 Pančevo Vel. Gradište V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,1 3,2 6,3 4,8 5,1 9,9 4 4,1 8,1 3,9 4,1 8,0 3,7 3,9 7,6 0,0 39,9 849 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 12 Pančevo Petrov. Na Ml. prazan 2,6 2,7 5,3 1,6 2 3,6 0,7 0,9 1,6 0,8 1 1,8 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,0 14,0 850 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP PA 16 Pančevo Kovin 29 utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,6 4,9 9,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,7 851 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 35-18A PA 3 Pančevo Bavanište Polj. Proizvod utovaren ,9 3,2 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,1 852 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1635 LE 7 Pančevo Leskovac gorivo utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,9 5,2 10,1 4,1 4,3 8,4 4 4,1 8,1 3,8 3,9 7,7 0,0 40,7 853 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 NS 12 N.Sad Pančevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,7 5,2 9,9 3,3 3,9 7,2 4 3,8 7,8 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 38,8 854 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 BG 12 Beograd Kruševac energenti utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5,7 6 11,7 4,2 4,5 8,7 4 4,5 8,5 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 44,4 855 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 80 H PA 3 Pančevo Bavanište razno utovaren 1,2 1 2,2 1,3 1,7 3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,2 856 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno DAF 95 PA 12 Pančevo Kovin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 6 6,5 12,5 3 3,2 6,2 3,7 3,4 7,1 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 40,0 857 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1620 BG 12 Pančevo Smederevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 6,4 6,1 12,5 3,9 4 7,9 3,9 4,3 8,2 3,7 4,1 7,8 0,0 43,1 858 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 112 H PN 12 Pančevo Varvarin energenti utovaren 2,8 3,1 5,9 5,6 4,8 10,4 2,7 3 5,7 2,5 2,5 5,0 2,2 3 5,2 0,0 32,2 859 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Rival PA 3 Pančevo Jabuka Polj. Proizvod utovaren 0,9 1 1,9 1,3 1,1 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,3 860 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FORD TRANZIT PA 1 Pančevo Gaj r. Mašine utovaren 0,6 0,6 1,2 0,9 1 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,1 861 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1748 NI 7 Kikinda Aleksandrovac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,6 4 7,6 6,3 8 14,3 4,1 4,8 8,9 2,9 3,7 6,6 3,1 4 7,1 0,0 44,5 862 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 SD 3 Vršac Smederevo prehrana utovaren 2,9 2,7 5,6 3,7 4,1 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,4 863 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 413 cdi bg 3 Beograd Požarevac nameštaj utovaren 0,7 0,7 1,4 1,5 1,3 2,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,2 864 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 815 SD 3 Pančevo Skobalj Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,4 1,3 2,7 2,4 2,8 5,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,9 865 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 Hrvatska 12 Raška Batrovci energenti utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 3,5 5,2 8,7 3,1 4 7,1 2,7 3 5,7 2,7 3,9 6,6 0,0 34,7 866 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 640 PA 3 N.Sad Kovin ambalaža utovaren 0,9 1 1,9 1,1 1,2 2,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,2 867 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN Bosna 12 Smederevo Batrovci energenti utovaren 3,3 3,1 6,4 5,5 6,3 11,8 3,7 4,5 8,2 4 4,5 8,5 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 43,1 868 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 PA 3 Pančevo Kovin drvo utovaren 1,9 1,7 3, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,6 869 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1729 BG 7 Beograd Kragujevac prehrana utovaren 3,9 4,2 8,1 4,5 6,1 10,6 3 3,5 6,5 2,8 3,1 5,9 2,5 3,9 6,4 0,0 37,5 870 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN KV 8 Beograd Kostolac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 2,8 3, ,1 9,1 2,8 3,9 6,7 3 3,7 6,7 3,8 3,7 7,5 0,0 36,0 871 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN 420 JA 12 Pančevo Jagodina prehrana utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 5 5,6 10,6 3,8 4 7,8 4 4,2 8,2 3,7 4,2 7,9 0,0 41,7 872 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno DAF 95 NI 7 Pančevo Niš V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,8 3,9 7,7 4,9 5 9,9 3 3,5 6,5 3,6 4 7,6 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 39,9 873 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP SANOS PA 16 Pančevo Kovin 60 utovaren 3,4 3,6 7 5,4 5,4 10,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,8 874 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1635 BG 12 Beograd B.Crkva gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,2 6,3 4,6 4,9 9,5 4 4,1 8,1 3,8 4 7,8 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 39,0 875 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 JA 12 Pančevo Jagodina prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,8 5 9,8 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,8 4 7,8 3,6 3,8 7,4 0,0 39,1 876 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1824 JA 3 Vršac Jagodina prehrana utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4,3 4,7 9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,1

182 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 877 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 630 N PA 3 Pančevo Bavanište prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,6 3,1 1,9 1,9 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,9 878 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 2635 PA 14 Pančevo Smederevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3 3,3 6,3 4,8 5,1 9,9 4 4,2 8,2 4 4,2 8,2 3,7 4,1 7,8 0,0 40,4 879 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1635 PA 7 Pančevo Požarevac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 5 5,2 10,2 4,1 4,2 8,3 3,8 4,1 7,9 3,6 3,8 7,4 0,0 40,2 880 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Fiat 2,8TDI PI 1 Pančevo Pirot prazan 0,6 0,8 1,4 0,3 0,5 0,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,2 881 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 311 CDI PA 1 Beograd Kovin prehrana utovaren 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,4 882 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1618 NS 3 N.Sad Smederevo prehrana utovaren 2,3 2,3 4,6 2,7 3,1 5,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,4 883 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1414 PA 3 Pančevo Bavanište Voda utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 4,7 4,9 9,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,7 884 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Beograd Kovin Tehn. Roba utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,6 4,7 9,3 3,9 3,8 7,7 3,7 3,7 7,4 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 37,8 885 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NI 3 Zrenjanin Niš prehrana utovaren 2,8 3 5,8 3,9 4,3 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,0 886 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN BG 8 P.Skela Kovin drvo utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 4,5 4,8 9,3 3,6 4 7,6 4,4 4,7 9,1 4,3 4,6 8,9 0,0 41,5 887 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 360 SD 7 Pančevo Zaječar prehrana utovaren 3,5 4,2 7,7 4,1 5,5 9,6 4,3 4,7 9,0 4 4,4 8,4 3,2 3,5 6,7 0,0 41,4 888 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1620 PA 7 Pančevo D.Milanovac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,4 6,5 4,4 4,9 9,3 4 4,3 8,3 3,9 4,1 8,0 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 39,9 889 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1620 PA 11 Pančevo Bavanište gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 4,9 5,5 10,4 4,2 4,7 8,9 4,7 5 9,7 0,0 0,0 35,6 890 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 2543 KV 8 Zrenjanin Kraljevo prehrana utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4 4,3 8,3 3,6 3,8 7,4 4,4 4,7 9,1 4,3 4,6 8,9 0,0 40,1 891 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1838 PA 6 BN Selo kovin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,7 5 9,7 4,6 4,8 9,4 4,4 4,7 9,1 0,0 0,0 34,6 892 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco PA 3 Pančevo Kovin prehrana utovaren 1,7 2 3,7 2,3 2,5 4,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,5 893 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN PA 7 Pančevo V.Plana V. Djubrivo utovaren 3,4 4 7,4 4,1 5,3 9,4 4,2 4,5 8,7 4 4,4 8,4 3,2 3,6 6,8 0,0 40,7 894 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno KAMAZ BO 4 Beograd Bor energenti utovaren 2,3 2,5 4,8 2,6 3,5 6,1 2,4 3,5 5,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,8 895 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 124 L BG 12 Beograd S.Palanka gorivo utovaren 3 3,4 6,4 4,8 5,2 10 3,9 4,3 8,2 4 4,3 8,3 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 41,0 896 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 113 BA 12 Zrenjanin Niš prehrana utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,9 5,2 10,1 4 4,2 8,2 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 40,5 897 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 NS 3 N.Sad Smederevo prehrana utovaren 2,8 3,1 5,9 4,4 4,7 9,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,0 898 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1622 JA 6 Zrenjanin Jagodina prehrana utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4,6 4,9 9,5 4,3 4,6 8,9 4,3 4,5 8,8 0,0 0,0 33,3 899 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 3341 PA 4 Pančevo lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 4,1 4,4 8,5 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 23,5 900 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN JA 12 Kikinda Jagodina gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 5 5,4 10,4 4,2 4,5 8,7 4,1 4,3 8,4 3,9 4,1 8,0 0,0 42,3 901 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 2235 Bosna 8 Pančevo Požarevac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,4 6,5 4 4,3 8,3 3,5 3,8 7,3 4,4 4,7 9,1 4,3 4,5 8,8 0,0 40,0 902 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava 35-10H BG 3 Pančevo Kovin prehrana utovaren 1,1 1 2,1 1,5 1,3 2,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,9 903 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno TAM 75 t bg 3 Beograd Kovin razno utovaren 1 1,2 2,2 1,5 1,3 2,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,0 904 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno NEOPLAN KG 16 Pančevo Kragujevac 10 utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 4,3 4 8,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,6 905 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco 140 H NS 3 N.Sad Kragujevac prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,4 2,9 2 1,8 3,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6,7 906 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 PA 12 Pančevo Smederevo gorivo utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 4 3,9 7,9 3,2 3,4 6,6 3,3 3,1 6, ,0 0,0 32,7 907 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1314 PA 3 Beograd Kovin gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 2 3,7 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,4 908 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1835 PN 12 Pančevo Paraćin prehrana utovaren 3,3 3 6,3 5,7 6 11,7 3,9 4 7,9 4,2 4 8,2 4,3 4,1 8,4 0,0 42,5 909 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco 140E NS 12 N.Sad Kragujevac prehrana utovaren 2,7 3,3 6 5,5 6,3 11,8 4,5 4 8,5 4,3 4 8,3 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 42,8 910 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 142 S ČA 12 Pančevo Čačak energenti utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 7 6,7 13,7 4,8 5 9,8 4,5 4,8 9,3 4,2 4,3 8,5 0,0 48,5 911 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 BG 12 Beograd Niš gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,1 6,4 6,7 5,4 12,1 3,2 3,9 7,1 4 3,7 7,7 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 41,5 912 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1422 BG 3 Beograd Kovin prehrana utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 4,4 5 9,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,3 913 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno SETRA 5215 KŠ 16 Pančevo Kruševac 40 utovaren 2,7 3 5,7 5,2 5,5 10,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,4 914 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno TAM 170 T 17 BG 3 Beograd Kruševac energenti utovaren ,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,4 915 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno TAM 130 T 11 BG 3 Beograd Kovin prehrana utovaren 3 2,7 5,7 4 3,7 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,4 916 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN 420 PN 12 Pančevo Paraćin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,7 6,9 5,5 6,2 11,7 4,2 4 8,2 4,5 4 8,5 3,7 4,2 7,9 0,0 43,2 917 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1620 SD 3 Beograd Smederevo gorivo utovaren 1,9 2,2 4,1 5 5,5 10,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,6 918 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco 420 PA 3 Pančevo Kruševac Hem. Proizvodi utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 5 4,7 9,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,8 919 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Scania 142 L SO 12 Sombor Smederevo prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 5 4,8 9,8 3,7 4 7,7 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 39,8 920 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 RU 3 Ruma Pančevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,7 1,6 3,3 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11,0 921 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno RENO 380 M KI 12 Kikinda Niš prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 3,4 4 7,4 2,8 3,2 6,0 2,7 2,9 5,6 2,5 3 5,5 0,0 30,7 922 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1638 PA 12 Pančevo Jagodina razno utovaren 2,2 3 5,2 1,8 2 3,8 2 2,2 4,2 2 2,1 4,1 1,7 1,5 3,2 0,0 20,5 923 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes JA 3 Pančevo Jagodina St. hrana utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,0 924 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco 420 BG 12 Beograd Pančevo prehrana utovaren 3 3,5 6,5 3,7 4 7,7 3 2,9 5,9 3 3,2 6,2 3 3,7 6,7 0,0 33,0 925 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN KV 12 Beograd Tabanovce prehrana utovaren 3,5 3,3 6,8 3,7 4 7,7 3,2 3 6,2 3,2 3,7 6,9 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 34,8 926 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Pančevo Kragujevac gorivo utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,7 5 9,7 3,2 3,5 6,7 3,2 4 7,2 3,1 4,7 7,8 0,0 38,2 927 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN SD 12 Pančevo Smederevo gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 6,1 6,4 12,5 4,3 4,4 8,7 4,2 4,1 8,3 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 44,6 928 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 2543 BG 8 Beograd Niš prehrana utovaren 3,1 3,2 6,3 5,2 4,9 10,1 4,2 4,1 8,3 5,1 5,2 10,3 5,1 5,3 10,4 0,0 45,4 929 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP SANOS PA 16 Pančevo Kovin 67 utovaren 3,5 3,6 7,1 5,3 5,5 10,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17,9 930 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Dubovac gorivo utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,6 4,9 9,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,9 931 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1518 VŠ 3 Vršac Smederevo Lekovi utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,3 3,6 6,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,2 932 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP 1621 PA 3 Pančevo lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3 3,3 6,3 4,7 5,1 9,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,1 933 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 N.Sad Kovin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,9 5,3 10,2 4 4,3 8,3 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,6 3,8 7,4 0,0 40,2 934 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 2635 KI 7 Kikinda Negotin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,4 6,5 5,1 5,5 10,6 4,1 4,3 8,4 4 4,2 8,2 3,9 4,2 8,1 0,0 41,8 935 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN TG 410 KG 12 Pančevo Kragujevac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 5,2 5,4 10,6 4 4,2 8,2 3,9 4 7,9 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 41,3 936 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Iveco PA 3 Pančevo Požarevac Tehn. Roba utovaren 1 1,2 2,2 1,4 1,3 2,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,9 937 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Zastava ZR 3 Zrenjanin Smederevo razno utovaren 1,6 1,8 3,4 2,2 2,5 4,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,1 938 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 PO 3 Pančevo Požarevac prehrana utovaren 2,4 2,7 5,1 3,3 3,8 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,2 939 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo F - 10 SD 12 B.Karlovac Smederevo G utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4,8 5,1 9,9 4,1 4,4 8,5 4 4,2 8,2 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 40,5 940 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP A -637 PA 16 Pančevo Kovin 37 utovaren 3 3,3 6,3 4,8 5,3 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,4 941 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 818 PA 3 Jabuka Kovin Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,6 1,7 3,3 2,1 2,3 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,7 942 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 NS 3 N.Sad Gaj gorivo utovaren 2,6 2,9 5,5 3,9 4,3 8,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,7 943 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN SD 12 B.Karlovac Smederevo gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,7 5,4 10,1 3,8 4,1 7,9 3,9 4,4 8,3 3,9 4,3 8,2 0,0 41,3 944 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Volvo F- 10 PA 4 B.Karlovac Jagodina prehrana utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4 4,2 8,2 3,4 3,7 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 21,4 945 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno FAP A -637 PA 16 Pančevo Bavanište 21 utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 4,8 5,1 9,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,3 946 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno Mercedes 1841 BG 12 Zrenjanin Bor prehrana utovaren 3,1 3,4 6,5 4,6 5 9,6 3,7 4,1 7,8 3,8 4,1 7,9 3,6 4 7,6 0,0 39,4 947 M - 24 Semenski centar :00 oblačno MAN LO 12 Loznica Kovin gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,7 5,4 10,1 3,6 4 7,6 3,8 4,3 8,1 3,5 4 7,5 0,0 40,1 948 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN KO 7 Beograd Lazarevac prazan 2,8 2,9 5, ,4 2 4,4 1,2 1,2 2,4 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 20,4 949 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN VA 12 Makiš Mionica gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 7,5 8,2 15,7 3,9 4 7,9 4 4,5 8,5 6,6 5,6 12,2 0,0 51,1

183 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 950 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 UE 12 Batrovci Čačak Folija utovaren 3,3 3,3 6, ,2 3,2 6,4 3,3 3,5 6,8 3,5 3,4 6,9 0,0 36,7 951 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 2628 BG 4 Beograd Lazarevac prazan 2,6 2,7 5,3 1,5 1,4 2,9 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,7 952 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Volvo F - 12 UE 12 Beograd Užice gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,1 6,3 6,2 6,5 12,7 4,3 4,3 8,6 3,9 4,5 8,4 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 44,3 953 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2548 VŠ 8 Vršac Valjevo ambalaža utovaren 3,1 3 6,1 2,9 2,3 5,2 0,9 0,8 1,7 1,2 1,3 2,5 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 23,7 954 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Lazarevac Beograd gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 5,3 5,5 10,8 4,2 4,3 8,5 4,1 4,2 8,3 4,2 4 8,2 0,0 42,5 955 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 309 BG 1 Boljevac Meljak prehrana utovaren 0,5 0,6 1,1 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2,5 956 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Scania 113 H BG 12 Beograd G.Milanovac prazan 2,7 2,6 5,3 1,8 1,8 3,6 0,8 0,8 1,6 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 13,4 957 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2628 BG 4 Beograd Lazarevac prazan 2,3 2,3 4,6 1,3 1,4 2,7 1,6 1,6 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 10,5 958 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN BG 5 Beograd Vreoci prazan 2,2 2,1 4,3 1,8 1,9 3,7 1,9 1,6 3,5 1,8 1,6 3,4 0,0 0,0 14,9 959 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 209 BG 1 Beograd lokal Polj. Proizvod utovaren 0,9 0,9 1,8 1,4 1,3 2,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,5 960 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno W V LT 35 BG 1 Beograd Lazarevac cigarete utovaren 1,7 1,5 3,2 0,6 0,7 1,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,5 961 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno RENO 150 BG 3 Beograd Valjevo prehrana utovaren 1,3 1,3 2,6 2,6 2,9 5,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8,1 962 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 814 BG 3 Beograd Ljig prazan 1,5 1,4 2,9 1,1 1 2,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,0 963 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 2628 BG 4 Beograd lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 2,9 2,9 5,8 4,2 3,8 8 3,9 3,6 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 21,3 964 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 UE 12 Beograd Kosjerić prazan 2,8 2,8 5,6 2 1,6 3,6 0,9 0,9 1,8 0,7 0,7 1,4 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,0 13,9 965 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno DAF 95 BG 6 Beograd Ljubovija prazan 2,7 2,7 5,4 2,2 2,3 4,5 1,3 1,4 2,7 1,4 1,4 2,8 0,0 0,0 15,4 966 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1417 BG 3 Beograd Ljig gr. Materijal utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 3,5 4,3 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,7 967 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 1620 SU 3 Subotica Podgorica prehrana utovaren 3,2 3,3 6,5 4,6 4,5 9,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15,6 968 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Zastava 80 T 50 BG 3 Beograd Čačak ambalaža utovaren ,2 2,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,2 969 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 1314 BG 3 Beograd lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 1,9 1,9 3,8 1,5 1,7 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,0 970 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 180 BG 3 Dobanovci Čačak gr. Materijal utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 3,7 3,4 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12,4 971 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 UE 3 N.Sad Užice gorivo utovaren 2,1 2,2 4,3 4,2 4,5 8,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,0 972 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Zastava 85 T BG 3 Beograd Lazarevac prehrana utovaren 1 1,2 1,4 1,5 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,1 973 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2002 KV 3 Beograd Kraljevo prehrana utovaren 2,6 2,7 5,3 4,4 4,1 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,8 974 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno RABA S 22 UE 12 Užice Sombor energenti utovaren 3 3,5 6,5 6,7 6 12,7 3,2 3,5 6,7 3,7 4 7,7 4 4,2 8,2 0,0 41,8 975 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Volvo FL 4 UE 3 Beograd Ljig ambalaža utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 3,7 2,4 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,7 976 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 35 H 17 BG 3 Beograd Ivanjica papir utovaren 0,7 0,8 1,5 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,0 977 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco BG 3 Zemun Užice bela tehnika utovaren 0,7 0,8 1,5 1 1,2 2,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3,7 978 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 RU 7 Ruma Čačak razno utovaren 3,5 3,7 7,2 4,3 4,9 9,2 3,6 3,7 7,3 3,5 2,9 6,4 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 35,8 979 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 1620 BG 3 Beograd Meljak prehrana utovaren 0,9 1 1,9 1,5 1,4 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,8 980 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN BG 12 Apatin Meljak prehrana utovaren 3 3,4 6,4 4,5 5 9,5 3,7 4 7,7 3,6 3,9 7,5 4 4,1 8,1 0,0 39,2 981 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1317 BG 3 Pančevo Negotin energenti utovaren 2,4 2,5 4,9 4,4 4,6 9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,9 982 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno TAM 80 T50 BG 3 Beograd Vreoci energenti utovaren 0,6 0,6 1,2 1,6 1,6 3,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,4 983 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Scania 520 SU 12 Čantavir Valjevo St. hrana utovaren 3,6 3,3 6,9 4,8 5,4 10,2 2,7 2,8 5,5 2,9 3 5,9 2,3 2,5 4,8 0,0 33,3 984 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1625 NP 3 N.Sad Čačak St. hrana utovaren 2,8 3 5,8 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,7 985 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Zastava 85 T TS 3 N.Sad Trstenik odlivci utovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 2,6 2,7 5,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,0 986 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco EL BG 3 Dobanovci Valjevo Hem. Proizvodi utovaren 2,9 2,7 5,6 4,4 4,5 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14,5 987 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 ČA 12 Dobanovci Kruševac prehrana utovaren 2,1 2,5 4,6 1,6 2,1 3, ,0 1 1,1 2, ,0 0,0 14,4 988 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno TAM 80 T 60 BG 3 Beograd Meljak gr. Materijal utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,5 1,4 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5,2 989 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 817 PA 3 BN Selo Sopot burad utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 2 2,4 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,9 990 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco EL TS 12 Beograd Trstenik ambalaža utovaren 1,8 2 3,8 15 1,7 16,7 1 1,5 2,5 1,3 1,3 2,6 1,4 1,3 2,7 0,0 28,3 991 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN UE 12 Beograd Užice gr. Materijal utovaren 2,9 3,2 6,1 4,3 4,5 8,8 3,1 3,4 6,5 3,4 3,8 7,2 3,7 3,7 7,4 0,0 36,0 992 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1820 BG 3 Beograd V.Plana razno utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9,2 993 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 RU 3 Beograd Požarevac prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,5 4,7 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16,0 994 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno RENO BG 3 Beograd Zlatibor cevi utovaren 2,8 2,6 5,4 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,2 995 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 420 ČA 12 Beograd Podgorica prehrana utovaren 3,3 3,5 6,8 4,9 5 9,9 3,8 4,2 8,0 3,7 4 7,7 3,7 3,8 7,5 0,0 39,9 996 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 312 D BG 2 Beograd Požarevac prehrana utovaren 0,9 0,9 1,8 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4,3 997 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Zastava 640 VA 3 Beograd Valjevo gr. Materijal utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 2 1,9 3,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7,4 998 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 12 Beograd Čačak gas utovaren 2,8 2,9 5,7 5,2 4,8 10 3,7 4 7,7 4,4 4,2 8,6 4,3 4,2 8,5 0,0 40,5 999 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 420 bg 12 Beograd Podgorica prehrana utovaren 3,8 4 7,8 5,3 5,5 10,8 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,7 2 3,7 1,2 1,5 2,7 0,0 27, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN BG 4 Pančevo Užice gorivo utovaren 2,2 3 5,2 5,8 5,2 11 2,7 3 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 21, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 ČA 3 Beograd Čačak prehrana utovaren 1,9 2 3,9 3,7 3,4 7,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 UE 3 Beograd Užice prehrana utovaren 1,7 1,7 3,4 3 3,2 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1620 UE 3 Beograd Užice prehrana utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 2,7 3,5 6,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 BG 3 Beograd Meljak Voda utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 4 4,5 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 211 PA 1 Beograd Divčibare Voda utovaren 0,9 0,9 1,8 1 0,9 1,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 65 c 15 BG 3 Beograd Čačak energenti utovaren ,9 2,1 4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 817 PA 3 Pančevo G.Milanovac energenti utovaren 2,3 2,4 4,7 3,1 3 6,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 10, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2544 ČA 4 Beograd Čačak prazan 2,3 2,1 4,4 1,6 1,7 3,3 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 10, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN C.Gora 8 N.Sad B.Polje prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4 3,9 7,9 3,1 3,1 6,2 4,6 4,5 9,1 4,4 4,5 8,9 0,0 38, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Zastava 640 D GM 3 Beograd G.Milanovac prazan ,7 0,7 1,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 815 BG 3 Beograd lokal prehrana utovaren 2,4 2,1 4,5 1,5 1,4 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1117 UE 3 S.Mitrovica Arilje prazan 1,5 1,4 2, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1419 UE 3 Beograd Užice prazan 2,4 2,6 5 1,3 1,3 2,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Scania 113 M ČA 12 Beograd Čačak kontejner utovaren 2,6 2,6 5,2 2,3 2,1 4,4 1,2 1,2 2,4 1,3 1,2 2,5 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 17, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1827 UE 3 Dobanovci N.Varoš energenti utovaren 4 4,1 8,1 4,3 5,1 9,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 17, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1213 BG 3 Zemun Ljig prazan 1,6 1,6 3,2 1,1 1,1 2,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno ELVO BG 16 Beograd Lazarevac 40 utovaren 2 1,9 3,9 4,6 5,5 10,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 65 C 15 BG 3 Beograd Raška Hem. Proizvodi utovaren 1 0,8 1,8 1,4 1,5 2,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno W V LT 35 BG 3 Beograd Požega bela tehnika utovaren 0,8 0,9 1,7 0,8 0,7 1,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1422 NP 3 Beograd N.Pazar prazan ,3 1,1 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 6, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno TAM 75 T BG 3 Beograd lokal prehrana utovaren ,2 1,2 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1628 VA 3 Beograd Lazarevac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,2 6,3 6,1 7 13,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 19,4

184 No. Road Location Date Time Weather Manufacturer Model Registrat. Weighing Axle weights (T) Gross Vehicle Origin Destination Goods Loaded Vehicle type Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Left Right Total Weight 1023 M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno TAM 130 T11 BG 3 Zemun Čačak energenti utovaren 1,8 1,9 3,7 4 3,5 7,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2544 BR 4 Beograd lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,4 6,6 4,7 4,5 9,2 4,2 4,4 8,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 24, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 3003 BG 16 Beograd Ljig 46 utovaren 3,3 3,1 6,4 4,7 4,9 9,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 16, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 410D BG 1 Beograd Arandjelovac Polj. Proizvod utovaren 0,9 0,9 1,8 1,5 1,5 3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco BG 12 Beograd Lazarevac gr. Materijal utovaren 3,1 3,3 6,4 5,1 5,5 10,6 4,3 4,2 8,5 4,1 4,2 8,3 4 4,3 8,3 0,0 42, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1518 BG 3 Beograd Čačak bela tehnika utovaren 3 2,9 5,9 4,1 3,8 7,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno PEŽO HDI RU 1 Ruma Užice Konfekcija utovaren 0,7 0,8 1,5 0,4 0,5 0,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 2, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN SO 3 Zemun Lazarevac pivo utovaren 1,9 1,9 3,8 2,8 2,9 5,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 609 TS 3 Beograd Ivanjica Polj. Proizvod utovaren 1,2 1,2 2,4 2,2 2,7 4,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2544 BG 4 Beograd Čačak prehrana utovaren 3,8 3,6 7,4 4,7 3,8 8,5 2,7 2,2 4,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 20, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2435 BG 4 Beograd lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,6 4,8 9,4 4,4 4,5 8,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 25, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno DAF 95 KV 8 Pećinci Kraljevo St. hrana utovaren 3,7 3,5 7,2 4,5 4,8 9,3 3,6 3,8 7,4 4 4,2 8,2 3,6 4,2 7,8 0,0 39, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 2628 BG 4 Beograd lokal gr. Materijal utovaren 3,5 3,4 6,9 5 5,1 10,1 4,3 4,5 8,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 25, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 PG 12 S.Karlovci Kotor gr. Materijal utovaren 3,6 3,7 7,3 5,2 6,1 11,3 3,7 3,5 7,2 4 3,7 7,7 3,6 3,6 7,2 0,0 40, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Scania 143 pv 7 S.Karlovci Kotor gr. Materijal utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 5,4 6,2 11,6 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,4 3,3 6,7 2,9 3,1 6,0 0,0 38, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 312 SU 1 Subotica Lazarevac Folija utovaren 0,7 0,8 1,5 1,2 1,2 2,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 NP 3 Beograd N.Pazar energenti utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 3 2,8 5,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno TAM 100 T 80 BG 3 Beograd Užice prehrana utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 4 3,6 7,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1630 KŠ 12 Beograd Kruševac ambalaža utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 3 2,8 5,8 1,7 1,5 3,2 1,8 1,9 3,7 1,7 1,5 3,2 0,0 19, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 75 T BG 3 S.Mitrovica Vranje energenti utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 1,7 1,8 3,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 5, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno RENO c 180 so 3 Sombor Valjevo prehrana utovaren 1,5 1,7 3,2 2,2 2,2 4,4 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 1620 VA 3 Beograd Valjevo prehrana utovaren 3 2,7 5,7 3,7 3,5 7,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 12, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1632 VA 4 B.Palanka Valjevo Polj. Proizvod utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 3,5 4 7,5 1,7 1,9 3,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 17, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1748 NP 3 Beograd N.Pazar bela tehnika utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 4,5 4,7 9,2 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 15, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1843 UE 12 S.Karlovci Kotor gr. Materijal utovaren 3,2 3,5 6,7 5,2 5,2 10,4 4 3,6 7,6 3,9 3,7 7,6 3,5 3,7 7,2 0,0 39, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Iveco 180T AR 3 Beograd Arandjelovac ambalaža utovaren 1 0,9 1, ,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 3, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1840 BG 3 Beograd Lazarevac prehrana utovaren 1,9 1,7 3,6 3,3 2,7 6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno NEOPLAN 116 BG 16 Beograd Meljak 40 utovaren 2,3 2,5 4,8 5 4,6 9,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1853 BG 12 Beograd Lazarevac prehrana utovaren 3,4 3,2 6,6 4,3 4,6 8,9 3,7 4 7,7 3,6 4,4 8,0 3,8 4,2 8,0 0,0 39, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 1735 BG 3 Beograd lokal prehrana utovaren 0,9 1 1,9 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 4, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Zastava 63 T SD 3 Železnik Smederevo energenti utovaren 1,1 1,2 2,3 2,3 3 5,3 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 7, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN 410 BG 12 Pančevo Užice gorivo utovaren 3,4 3,7 7,1 5,2 5,3 10,5 5,4 5,3 10,7 3,3 3,5 6,8 3,2 3,4 6,6 0,0 41, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 ČA 12 Beograd Čačak energenti utovaren 3,4 3,5 6,9 5,2 5,5 10,7 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,5 3,7 7,2 2,2 2,5 4,7 0,0 37, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes VA 3 Beograd Valjevo prehrana utovaren 3 3,2 6,2 4,5 4 8,5 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 14, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno TAM 110 T 10 ČA 3 Beograd Čačak energenti utovaren 1,6 1,8 3,4 2,9 3 5,9 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 BG 11 Surčin Ljig St. hrana utovaren 2,5 2,7 5,2 5,3 6,4 11,7 3,5 4 7,5 4,2 4,5 8,7 0,0 0,0 33, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1844 BG 7 N.Sad Lazarevac gr. Materijal utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 4,3 4,1 8,4 4,2 4,2 8,4 2,4 2,3 4,7 3,8 4 7,8 0,0 35, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1314 VA 3 Beograd Valjevo gr. Materijal utovaren 2 2,2 4,2 3,7 4 7,7 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 11, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 817 BG 3 Beograd Lazarevac gume utovaren 1,8 1,7 3,5 2,7 1,9 4,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN BG 3 Beograd Čačak energenti utovaren 1,7 1,8 3,5 3 2,8 5,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 9, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN PA 12 Pančevo Raška gorivo utovaren 3 2,8 5,8 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,9 4 7,9 4,5 4,2 8,7 1,7 1,9 3,6 0,0 34, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN 480 BG 12 Dobanovci Čačak prehrana utovaren 3 3,1 6,1 5,1 4,7 9,8 3,3 3,5 6,8 3,7 3,9 7,6 3,6 3,8 7,4 0,0 37, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno MAN NS 12 B.Maglić Tivat prehrana utovaren 3,2 3 6,2 4 4,3 8,3 3,9 4,2 8,1 3,7 3,8 7,5 3,9 4 7,9 0,0 38, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Mercedes 1735 NP 12 Bečej N.Pazar prazan 3 3,1 6,1 2,1 2 4,1 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,2 1,3 2,5 1,2 1,3 2,5 0,0 17, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Zastava 80H-12 NS 3 B.Jarak V.Plana energenti utovaren 1,9 1,5 3,4 2,2 2,4 4,6 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 8, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno Volvo FH 12 RU 12 Ruma Arandjelovac gume utovaren 3,3 3,4 6,7 4,6 4,4 9 3,5 3,6 7,1 3,5 3,2 6,7 3,6 3,7 7,3 0,0 36, M - 22 Lipovačka šuma :00 oblačno FAP 2222 NS 3 N.Sad Ljig energenti utovaren 2,6 2,4 5 4,2 4,6 8,8 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 13,8

185 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 1 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Petrovac 01 Utovaren 2 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Negotin 16 Utovaren 3 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Bosilgrad 16 Utovaren 4 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotište Raška 01 Utovaren 5 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Leštani Požerevac 02 Istovaren 6 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Topola 03 Utovaren 7 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 02 Utovaren 8 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Istovaren 9 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 01 Utovaren 10 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 11 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 02 Utovaren 12 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Jagodina 02 Istovaren 13 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotica Prolom Banja 16 Utovaren 14 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Soko Banja 16 Utovaren 15 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 01 Utovaren 16 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Leskovac 01 Istovaren 17 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 03 Istovaren 18 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Velika Plana 02 Utovaren 19 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 20 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 16 Utovaren 21 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Utovaren 22 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Istovaren 23 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Leskovac 01 Utovaren 24 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Utovaren 25 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Umčari 02 Istovaren 26 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Istovaren 27 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 28 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kruševac 16 Utovaren 29 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Novi Pazar 16 Utovaren 30 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Senta Aranđelovac 16 Utovaren 31 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Istovaren 32 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kladovo 16 Utovaren 33 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Stari grad Vrčin 01 Utovaren 34 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Krnjevo 01 Utovaren 35 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Velika Plana 01 Utovaren 36 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Leskovac 01 Utovaren 37 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 01 Utovaren 38 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 01 Istovaren 39 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrčin Batajnica 03 Utovaren 40 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrčin Beograd 02 Utovaren 41 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Paraćin Stara Pazova 12 Utovaren 42 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 43 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Beograd 12 Utovaren 44 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 01 Istovaren 45 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vlasotince Beograd 16 Utovaren 46 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Novi Sad 02 Istovaren 47 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Nova Pazova 12 Utovaren 48 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Beograd 03 Utovaren 49 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrčin Šimanovci 03 Utovaren 50 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Hrvatska 12 Istovaren 51 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Pančevo 03 Utovaren 52 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 11 Utovaren 53 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Beograd 16 Utovaren 54 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Novi Sad 12 Utovaren 55 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Ub 01 Utovaren 56 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrčin Beograd 02 Istovaren 57 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Beograd 12 Utovaren 58 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrčin Beograd 02 Utovaren 59 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Pančevo 12 Utovaren 60 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Inđija 12 Utovaren 61 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Beograd 16 Utovaren 62 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 01 Istovaren 63 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Novi Sad 03 Istovaren 64 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Beograd 02 Utovaren 65 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 02 Istovaren 66 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrnjačka Banja Beograd 16 Utovaren 67 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Beograd 12 Utovaren

186 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 68 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Beograd 03 Utovaren 69 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Novi Sad 03 Istovaren 70 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 01 Utovaren 71 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Beograd 06 Utovaren 72 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 04 Utovaren 73 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Beograd 03 Utovaren 74 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Paraćin Novi Sad 03 Utovaren 75 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 04 Utovaren 76 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Velika Plana Zemun 03 Istovaren 77 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Istovaren 78 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kuršumlija 16 Utovaren 79 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Surdulica 16 Utovaren 80 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 81 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 03 Istovaren 82 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Bor 16 Utovaren 83 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 16 Utovaren 84 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 16 Utovaren 85 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 86 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 01 Istovaren 87 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Obrenovac Kostolac 03 Utovaren 88 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Prolom Banja 16 Utovaren 89 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 01 Utovaren 90 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kruševac 16 Utovaren 91 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 92 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Bujanovci 16 Utovaren 93 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Sopot 16 Utovaren 94 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Resavica 16 Utovaren 95 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 03 Utovaren 96 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Ruma Pirot 02 Utovaren 97 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Požerevac 01 Istovaren 98 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vranje 01 Utovaren 99 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Istovaren 100 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 101 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Leskovac 01 Istovaren 102 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Niš 02 Utovaren 103 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Majdampek 16 Utovaren 104 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Velika Plana 02 Utovaren 105 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kruševac 03 Utovaren 106 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 01 Utovaren 107 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Ruma Požerevac 01 Utovaren 108 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 03 Utovaren 109 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Istovaren 110 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Pirot 16 Utovaren 111 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 16 Utovaren 112 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Prolom Banja 16 Utovaren 113 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 16 Utovaren 114 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 16 Utovaren 115 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 16 Utovaren 116 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 02 Utovaren 117 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 02 Istovaren 118 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 03 Istovaren 119 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Italija Kruševac 12 Utovaren 120 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Smederevo 02 Istovaren 121 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 122 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Požerevac 01 Utovaren 123 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotica Vrnjačka Banja 16 Utovaren 124 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Valjevo Požerevac 03 Utovaren 125 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 12 Utovaren 126 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Prokuplje 16 Utovaren 127 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Požerevac 12 Utovaren 128 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Berlin Niš 16 Utovaren 129 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 12 Utovaren 130 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Mladenovac 04 Istovaren 131 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 01 Utovaren 132 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Niš 01 Utovaren 133 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 16 Utovaren 134 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vlasotince 16 Utovaren

187 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 135 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 136 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 01 Utovaren 137 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 12 Utovaren 138 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vrnjačka Banja 16 Utovaren 139 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 16 Utovaren 140 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Požerevac 01 Utovaren 141 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Jagodina 12 Utovaren 142 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Pančevo Vranje 12 Utovaren 143 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kruševac 16 Utovaren 144 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 02 Istovaren 145 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotica Velika Plana 01 Istovaren 146 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Valjevo Niš 01 Utovaren 147 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kuršumlija 02 Istovaren 148 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Požerevac 12 Utovaren 149 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kladovo 16 Utovaren 150 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Niš 03 Utovaren 151 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vranje 02 Istovaren 152 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 01 Utovaren 153 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 01 Utovaren 154 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Novi Sad 02 Istovaren 155 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Pančevo 02 Istovaren 156 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 02 Istovaren 157 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Hrvatska 12 Utovaren 158 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Beograd 06 Utovaren 159 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Novi Sad 07 Utovaren 160 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 03 Istovaren 161 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Beograd 12 Utovaren 162 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Novi Sad 03 Istovaren 163 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Pančevo 06 Utovaren 164 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 02 Utovaren 165 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 16 Utovaren 166 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Zemun 02 Utovaren 167 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Beograd 16 Utovaren 168 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Novi Sad 08 Utovaren 169 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 170 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Beograd 01 Istovaren 171 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Beograd 05 Utovaren 172 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Pančevo 12 Utovaren 173 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Beograd 12 Utovaren 174 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 175 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Velika Plana Beograd 01 Istovaren 176 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vranje Beograd 02 Utovaren 177 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Loznica 06 Utovaren 178 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Obrenovac 12 Utovaren 179 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Leskovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 180 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 01 Istovaren 181 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Novi Sad 06 Istovaren 182 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Zemun 06 Utovaren 183 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Stara Pazova 12 Utovaren 184 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Beograd 12 Utovaren 185 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 186 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Subotica 12 Utovaren 187 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Leskovac Sombor 16 Utovaren 188 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Velika Plana Beograd 06 Istovaren 189 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Subotica 12 Utovaren 190 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 01 Istovaren 191 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 03 Utovaren 192 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mitrovica 16 Utovaren 193 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Sombor Vrnjačka Banja 16 Utovaren 194 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 16 Utovaren 195 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 16 Utovaren 196 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Paraćin 16 Utovaren 197 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 16 Utovaren 198 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vranje 02 Istovaren 199 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Požerevac 02 Utovaren 200 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 03 Utovaren 201 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Šabac Leskovac 12 Istovaren

188 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 202 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 12 Utovaren 203 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kuršumlija 16 Utovaren 204 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Odžaci Palanka 12 Utovaren 205 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 01 Utovaren 206 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Čoka Kruševac 02 Utovaren 207 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Svilajnac 16 Utovaren 208 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kula Požarevac 03 Utovaren 209 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Obrenovac Vrčin 01 Istovaren 210 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Istovaren 211 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 01 Utovaren 212 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 02 Utovaren 213 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Utovaren 214 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 02 Utovaren 215 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Paraćin 01 Utovaren 216 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 16 Utovaren 217 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Bor 03 Utovaren 218 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Gornji Milanovac 01 Istovaren 219 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Sremska Mitrovica Smederevo 03 Utovaren 220 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 16 Utovaren 221 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Poljska Skoplje 12 Utovaren 222 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kotor 16 Utovaren 223 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kragujevac 01 Utovaren 224 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 16 Utovaren 225 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 16 Utovaren 226 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 03 Utovaren 227 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno kula niš 03 Utovaren 228 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Odžaci Leskovac 03 Utovaren 229 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Beograd 01 Utovaren 230 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Zemun 03 Utovaren 231 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 232 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Beograd 01 Istovaren 233 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Velika Plana Pančevo 05 Utovaren 234 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrnjačka Banja Kikinda 16 Utovaren 235 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Sombor 06 Istovaren 236 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Beograd 16 Utovaren 237 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 12 Utovaren 238 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Batajnica 12 Istovaren 239 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Apatin 06 Istovaren 240 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 05 Utovaren 241 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Leskovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 242 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Sopot Beograd 12 Utovaren 243 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 12 Utovaren 244 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Ruma 12 Utovaren 245 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 246 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vrnjačka Banja Novi Sad 16 Utovaren 247 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Makedonija Austrija 01 Utovaren 248 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Paraćin Novi Sad 12 Utovaren 249 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 01 Utovaren 250 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 09 Istovaren 251 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Nova Pazova 06 Utovaren 252 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Novi Sad 03 Istovaren 253 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Makedonija Beograd 16 Utovaren 254 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Valjevo 06 Utovaren 255 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 04 Utovaren 256 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Kikinda 03 Utovaren 257 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 04 Utovaren 258 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Novi Sad 12 Utovaren 259 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Sopot Beograd 01 Istovaren 260 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Novi Sad 12 Utovaren 261 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Pančevo 03 Utovaren 262 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac BiH 12 Utovaren 263 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Soko Banja Novi Sad 16 Utovaren 264 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Ćuprija Valjevo 01 Utovaren 265 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 266 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Beograd 09 Utovaren 267 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 03 Utovaren 268 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Utovaren

189 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 269 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 270 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Leskovac 16 Utovaren 271 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Svilajnac 01 Istovaren 272 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 01 Utovaren 273 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrnjačka Banja 03 Utovaren 274 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 03 Utovaren 275 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 01 Istovaren 276 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Utovaren 277 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 03 Utovaren 278 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Veliko Orašje 01 Istovaren 279 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Prijedor Kragujevac 16 Utovaren 280 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 03 Istovaren 281 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Zaječar 03 Utovaren 282 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 283 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 02 Utovaren 284 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Resavica 16 Utovaren 285 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Utovaren 286 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 04 Istovaren 287 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 02 Utovaren 288 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kladovo 16 Utovaren 289 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotica Smederevo 12 Istovaren 290 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Soko Banja 16 Utovaren 291 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Leskovac 16 Utovaren 292 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Umčari 01 Istovaren 293 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 02 Utovaren 294 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 16 Utovaren 295 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Jagodina 03 Utovaren 296 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 16 Utovaren 297 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Krnjevo 04 Istovaren 298 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Svilajnac 16 Utovaren 299 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Šabac Požarevac 04 Istovaren 300 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotica Kragujevac 04 Istovaren 301 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 302 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrnjačka Banja 16 Utovaren 303 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Sopot 16 Utovaren 304 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Trstenik 16 Utovaren 305 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Leskovac BiH 12 Utovaren 306 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Zemun 12 Utovaren 307 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Topola Beograd 02 Istovaren 308 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 01 Istovaren 309 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Pirot Novi Sad 12 Utovaren 310 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Loznica 01 Istovaren 311 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vranje Beograd 03 Utovaren 312 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Palanka Beograd 02 Utovaren 313 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Šid 04 Istovaren 314 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Gornji Milanovac Beograd 04 Utovaren 315 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Despotovac Beograd 05 Utovaren 316 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Ruma 12 Utovaren 317 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 318 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vranje Subotica 12 Utovaren 319 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Beograd 12 Utovaren 320 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Sopot Beograd 01 Utovaren 321 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 03 Istovaren 322 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 16 Utovaren 323 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Aranđelovac Novi Sad 07 Utovaren 324 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Palanka Beograd 01 Istovaren 325 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Mađarska 12 Istovaren 326 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Šid 03 Utovaren 327 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Sopot Beograd 01 Istovaren 328 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kraljevo Zrenjanin 06 Utovaren 329 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Beograd 03 Istovaren 330 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Vrbas 03 Istovaren 331 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Topola Beograd 01 Utovaren 332 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 02 Utovaren 333 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kraljevo Beograd 12 Istovaren 334 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Gornji Milanovac Beograd 02 Utovaren 335 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Paraćin Beograd 04 Utovaren

190 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 336 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Inđija 12 Utovaren 337 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Pirot Novi Sad 03 Utovaren 338 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smederevo Beograd 03 Istovaren 339 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Velika Plana Beograd 01 Istovaren 340 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Smed. Palanka Beograd 03 Istovaren 341 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Ćuprija Šabac 03 Istovaren 342 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 01 Utovaren 343 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 16 Utovaren 344 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Smed. Palanka 16 Utovaren 345 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Smed. Palanka 16 Utovaren 346 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Bor 01 Istovaren 347 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Požarevac 01 Istovaren 348 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kruševac 01 Istovaren 349 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 02 Utovaren 350 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Istovaren 351 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Ribarska Banja 16 Utovaren 352 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Niš 03 Utovaren 353 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kanjiža Aranđelovac 12 Istovaren 354 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Negotin 16 Utovaren 355 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kragujevac 01 Utovaren 356 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 357 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Negotin 01 Istovaren 358 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Paraćin 03 Utovaren 359 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 360 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Odžaci Palanka 04 Utovaren 361 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kula Leskovac 04 Utovaren 362 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Niš 01 Utovaren 363 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Mladenovac 16 Utovaren 364 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 01 Istovaren 365 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Negotin 03 Utovaren 366 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 03 Utovaren 367 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vranje 01 Utovaren 368 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Jagodina 02 Utovaren 369 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Dražanj 16 Utovaren 370 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotica Niš 04 Utovaren 371 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Pirot 03 Utovaren 372 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 16 Utovaren 373 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Paraćin 04 Utovaren 374 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Kruševac 16 Utovaren 375 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Subotica Smederevo 12 Utovaren 376 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Brzeće 16 Utovaren 377 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Palanka 01 Istovaren 378 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Pojate 16 Utovaren 379 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Ćuprija 01 Utovaren 380 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Beograd Vrčin 04 Istovaren 381 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Zemun 01 Istovaren 382 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Leskovac Ruma 11 Istovaren 383 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Novi Sad 06 Utovaren 384 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Pančevo 12 Istovaren 385 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Sopot Beograd 01 Utovaren 386 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Šimanovci 02 Istovaren 387 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Vranje Beograd 16 Utovaren 388 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Velika Plana Šabac 03 Utovaren 389 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Leskovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 390 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Despotovac Beograd 05 Utovaren 391 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Mladenovac Beograd 16 Utovaren 392 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Beograd 15 Istovaren 393 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kruševac Beograd 16 Utovaren 394 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Stara Pazova 12 Utovaren 395 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Jagodina Novi Sad 02 Istovaren 396 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Novi Sad 01 Utovaren 397 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Beograd 16 Utovaren 398 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Niš Novi Sad 12 Istovaren 399 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Despotovac Beograd 05 Utovaren 400 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Kostolac Beograd 16 Utovaren 401 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Velika Plana S. Mitrovica 03 Istovaren 402 M-1 Bubanj potok :00 Oblačno Požarevac Austrija 16 Utovaren

191 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 403 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Niš 08 Utovaren 404 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Apatin Inđija 03 Utovaren 405 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 01 Utovaren 406 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 08 Istovaren 407 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 16 Utovaren 408 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 16 Utovaren 409 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 02 Utovaren 410 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Futog Beška 06 Utovaren 411 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Šabac Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 412 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 413 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Veternik Kikinda 01 Istovaren 414 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Čelarevo Zrenjanin 02 Utovaren 415 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 416 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Šabac Sečanj 03 Utovaren 417 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Inđija 02 Istovaren 418 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno B. Maglić Kać 02 Utovaren 419 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čurug 08 Utovaren 420 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 421 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Inđija 07 Utovaren 422 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 423 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kovilj 16 Utovaren 424 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Beograd 16 Utovaren 425 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Ruma Temerin 03 Utovaren 426 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kikinda 06 Istovaren 427 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 12 Utovaren 428 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka Šimanovci 01 Istovaren 429 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 03 Utovaren 430 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vrnjačka Banja 16 Utovaren 431 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 432 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Veternik Kać 01 Utovaren 433 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Senta 03 Istovaren 434 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kikinda 02 Utovaren 435 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Požarevac 03 Utovaren 436 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka Kikinda 01 Istovaren 437 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Stara Pazova 03 Utovaren 438 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 06 Utovaren 439 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 02 Utovaren 440 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 441 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Sremska Mitrovica Bečej 04 Istovaren 442 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Mošorin 16 Utovaren 443 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 01 Utovaren 444 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Niš 06 Utovaren 445 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 07 Istovaren 446 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Loznica Zrenjanin 06 Utovaren 447 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 448 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Futog Mošorin 02 Utovaren 449 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 450 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Utovaren 451 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Nemačka Požarevac 16 Utovaren 452 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Novi Pazar 06 Utovaren 453 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Sombor Inđija 04 Utovaren 454 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 455 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Leskovac 08 Utovaren 456 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 01 Istovaren 457 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 02 Istovaren 458 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čurug 16 Utovaren 459 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 08 Utovaren 460 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 461 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 08 Utovaren 462 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čurug 01 Utovaren 463 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Nova Pazova 03 Utovaren 464 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Futog Beograd 09 Utovaren 465 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 466 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Veternik Žabalj 01 Istovaren 467 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Rumenka Kać 01 Utovaren 468 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 03 Istovaren 469 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Nemačka Beograd 16 Utovaren

192 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 470 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 02 Istovaren 471 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 02 Utovaren 472 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vranje 12 Utovaren 473 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Istovaren 474 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Titel 16 Utovaren 475 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beočin Zrenjanin 07 Utovaren 476 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Beograd 01 Utovaren 477 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Futog Kać 04 Istovaren 478 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka UžIce 12 Utovaren 479 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Veternik Stara Pazova 12 Utovaren 480 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Istovaren 481 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Rumenka Žabalj 02 Istovaren 482 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 483 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 09 Utovaren 484 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 02 Istovaren 485 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Senta 01 Utovaren 486 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 487 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 07 Istovaren 488 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Futog Bečej 02 Utovaren 489 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Šimanovci 03 Istovaren 490 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 12 Utovaren 491 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka Beograd 12 Utovaren 492 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Sombor Vrnjačka Banja 16 Utovaren 493 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Kisač Kać 02 Istovaren 494 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 495 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Turija Opovo 03 Utovaren 496 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 02 Istovaren 497 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 12 Utovaren 498 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 499 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 500 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Đurđevo 01 Istovaren 501 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Prokuplje 07 Istovaren 502 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Futog Inđija 02 Utovaren 503 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Kisač Beograd 01 Istovaren 504 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka Nova Pazova 03 Istovaren 505 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Pirot 03 Utovaren 506 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Istovaren 507 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 04 Utovaren 508 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Senta 12 Utovaren 509 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bač Beograd 12 Istovaren 510 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 03 Utovaren 511 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Čelarevo Nova Pazova 03 Utovaren 512 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka Beograd 07 Utovaren 513 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kikinda 12 Utovaren 514 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 12 Istovaren 515 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Titel 02 Utovaren 516 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Veternik Beograd 03 Utovaren 517 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Gornji Milanovac 03 Istovaren 518 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Sombor Beograd 03 Utovaren 519 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 520 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beočin Beograd 12 Utovaren 521 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Sr. Kamenica Zrenjanin 07 Utovaren 522 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 02 Istovaren 523 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Šabac Kikinda 03 Utovaren 524 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 08 Utovaren 525 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Futog Beograd 12 Istovaren 526 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 16 Utovaren 527 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Rumenka Beograd 03 Istovaren 528 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Ruma Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 529 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 530 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 01 Istovaren 531 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Sr. Kamenica Kragujevac 02 Utovaren 532 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beočin Beograd 07 Utovaren 533 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Slovenija Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 534 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Istovaren 535 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 03 Istovaren 536 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Beograd 02 Istovaren

193 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 537 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 03 Istovaren 538 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Titel 16 Utovaren 539 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka Požarevac 12 Utovaren 540 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čačak 03 Utovaren 541 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Šabac 12 Istovaren 542 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Stara Pazova 12 Utovaren 543 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Veternik Čenej 02 Utovaren 544 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beočin Beograd 01 Istovaren 545 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 02 Istovaren 546 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 02 Istovaren 547 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Temerin 12 Utovaren 548 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Jazak Kikinda 02 Utovaren 549 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 03 Istovaren 550 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Aranđelovac 12 Istovaren 551 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Beograd 01 Utovaren 552 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Sečanj 03 Istovaren 553 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beočin Inđija 07 Utovaren 554 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Titel 16 Utovaren 555 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 556 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Budisava 16 Utovaren 557 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Beograd 16 Utovaren 558 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 559 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Beograd 12 Utovaren 560 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kać 12 Utovaren 561 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Bačka Palanka Krčedin 07 Utovaren 562 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Mošorin 16 Utovaren 563 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kumane 02 Istovaren 564 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Čurug 16 Utovaren 565 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Budisava 16 Utovaren 566 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Žabalj 02 Utovaren 567 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kać 02 Utovaren 568 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Beograd Zubin potok 16 Utovaren 569 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Obrenovac Beč 16 Utovaren 570 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Kraljevo Zrenjanin 01 Utovaren 571 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kać 16 Utovaren 572 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Zrenjanin 04 Utovaren 573 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kać 01 Istovaren 574 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Šabac Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 575 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 576 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 577 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Kulpin Žabalj 03 Utovaren 578 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Beograd 16 Utovaren 579 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad lokal 03 Utovaren 580 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Zrenjanin 02 Utovaren 581 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad kać 16 Utovaren 582 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 583 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Vršac 16 Utovaren 584 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kovilj 16 Utovaren 585 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 03 Utovaren 586 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Čurug 16 Utovaren 587 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Beograd Kać 01 Istovaren 588 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Žabalj 01 Utovaren 589 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Zrenjanin 01 Utovaren 590 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 591 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kać 01 Utovaren 592 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 02 Utovaren 593 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Loznica Kać 12 Utovaren 594 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Čačak Zrenjanin 12 Istovaren 595 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 596 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 01 Istovaren 597 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 01 Utovaren 598 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Šabac Zrenjanin 01 Utovaren 599 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 03 Istovaren 600 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Nova Pazova Zrenjanin 02 Utovaren 601 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Čačak Zrenjanin 04 Utovaren 602 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 01 Utovaren 603 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren

194 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 604 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 605 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 606 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bačka Palanka Vršac 01 Utovaren 607 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Dobanovci 03 Utovaren 608 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 609 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 03 Utovaren 610 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beograd Zrenjanin 04 Utovaren 611 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 612 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Vranje Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 613 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 01 Istovaren 614 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Leskovac Vršac 09 Utovaren 615 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Ivanjica Zrenjanin 04 Utovaren 616 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 617 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beograd Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 618 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 16 Utovaren 619 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Apatin Beograd 16 Utovaren 620 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 621 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 12 Utovaren 622 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 623 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kovilj 16 Utovaren 624 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beograd Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 625 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Leskovac Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 626 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 03 Istovaren 627 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 02 Utovaren 628 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beograd Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 629 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 03 Utovaren 630 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 631 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 03 Utovaren 632 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Sr. Mitrovica Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 633 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Čačak Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 634 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Bijelo Polje 07 Utovaren 635 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 636 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Pirot 16 Utovaren 637 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 638 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Budisava 16 Utovaren 639 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 640 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Kragujevac Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 641 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Kraljevo Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 642 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Bijelo Polje 12 Utovaren 643 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Ruma Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 644 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 645 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 16 Utovaren 646 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 647 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Ruma Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 648 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Beograd Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 649 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Subotica 16 Utovaren 650 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Istovaren 651 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čurug 16 Utovaren 652 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Titel 16 Utovaren 653 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bor Zrenjanin 09 Utovaren 654 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Mošorin 16 Utovaren 655 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 656 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 657 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 16 Utovaren 658 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 16 Utovaren 659 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 660 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Novi Pazar 16 Utovaren 661 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 662 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 663 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Švajcarska Šid 03 Utovaren 664 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 665 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 01 Istovaren 666 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 01 Istovaren 667 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 668 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Senta 03 Utovaren 669 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad kać 04 Utovaren 670 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Mošorin 16 Utovaren

195 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 671 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad UžIce 12 Utovaren 672 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 01 Utovaren 673 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Istovaren 674 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Ruma 04 Utovaren 675 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno B. Petrovac Loznica 04 Utovaren 676 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Budisava 01 Istovaren 677 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 678 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kovilj 16 Utovaren 679 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Istovaren 680 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 05 Utovaren 681 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Mošorin 16 Utovaren 682 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad B. Gradište 16 Utovaren 683 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čurug 16 Utovaren 684 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Utovaren 685 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 16 Utovaren 686 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 687 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 16 Utovaren 688 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 689 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 04 Utovaren 690 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 04 Utovaren 691 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 692 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 04 Istovaren 693 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 16 Utovaren 694 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 04 Utovaren 695 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 696 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Obrenovac Zrenjanin 06 Utovaren 697 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Niš 16 Utovaren 698 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Rumunija 04 Istovaren 699 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Francuska Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 700 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Smederevo Subotica 12 Utovaren 701 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Apatin Čačak 12 Utovaren 702 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 703 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zlatibor 16 Utovaren 704 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Maglić Žabalj 04 Utovaren 705 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Leskovac 12 Istovaren 706 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 707 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 04 Utovaren 708 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čačak 12 Utovaren 709 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad lokal 12 Utovaren 710 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 12 Istovaren 711 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čurug 16 Utovaren 712 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 03 Utovaren 713 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 01 Istovaren 714 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bajmok Beograd 07 Istovaren 715 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Vršac 12 Utovaren 716 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Maglić Beograd 07 Utovaren 717 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Žabalj 07 Utovaren 718 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 719 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Odžaci Pančevo 01 Utovaren 720 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Maglić Beograd 07 Utovaren 721 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Budisava 04 Utovaren 722 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 04 Utovaren 723 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Beograd 01 Utovaren 724 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kać 04 Utovaren 725 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Bečej Inđija 04 Utovaren 726 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Subotica Beograd 04 Utovaren 727 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Sr. Karlovci 00 Utovaren 728 M-7 Rafinerija :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zrenjanin 16 Utovaren 729 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 06 Istovaren 730 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Nadalj 01 Istovaren 731 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad B. Gradište 02 Istovaren 732 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 01 Utovaren 733 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Bečej 03 Istovaren 734 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad B. Gradište 03 Istovaren 735 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Turija 03 Utovaren 736 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Ada 01 Utovaren 737 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Bečej 03 Utovaren

196 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 738 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Sirig B. Gradište 02 Utovaren 739 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 03 Utovaren 740 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Bečej 01 Utovaren 741 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Senta 01 Utovaren 742 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 01 Utovaren 743 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Senta 01 Utovaren 744 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Kikinda 01 Utovaren 745 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Maglić Nadalj 01 Utovaren 746 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Utovaren 747 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Kikinda 01 Utovaren 748 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Sirig Bečej 01 Utovaren 749 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 01 Istovaren 750 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin B. Gradište 01 Utovaren 751 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Užice Bečej 01 Utovaren 752 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 03 Utovaren 753 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Istovaren 754 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Senta 01 Istovaren 755 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Utovaren 756 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin B. Gradište 01 Istovaren 757 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Nadalj 01 Utovaren 758 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Sr. Mitrovica Bečej 01 Utovaren 759 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad N. Kneževac 01 Utovaren 760 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Stara Pazova Subotica 01 Utovaren 761 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 01 Utovaren 762 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Ada 01 Utovaren 763 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Kikinda 01 Utovaren 764 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Mol 04 Istovaren 765 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 02 Istovaren 766 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Ada 01 Istovaren 767 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd ada 01 Utovaren 768 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Senta 01 Utovaren 769 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Bečej 01 Utovaren 770 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin ada 01 Istovaren 771 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Senta 01 Utovaren 772 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Kanjiža 01 Utovaren 773 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Utovaren 774 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 03 Istovaren 775 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Senta 01 Utovaren 776 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Istovaren 777 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 02 Utovaren 778 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Srbobran 01 Utovaren 779 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 16 Utovaren 780 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Ada 01 Utovaren 781 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Senta 02 Istovaren 782 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Utovaren 783 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 02 Utovaren 784 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 01 Istovaren 785 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin lokal 04 Istovaren 786 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Kikinda 01 Utovaren 787 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Futog Ada 01 Istovaren 788 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Bečej 02 Istovaren 789 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Mol 01 Utovaren 790 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Srbobran 01 Utovaren 791 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Ruma Bečej 01 Utovaren 792 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Šabac Kanjiža 12 Istovaren 793 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Miloševo 02 Istovaren 794 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin lokal 04 Istovaren 795 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Veternik Mol 01 Istovaren 796 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad N. Bečej 01 Utovaren 797 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano B.Jarak lokal 01 Istovaren 798 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin lokal 04 Utovaren 799 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 01 Utovaren 800 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad lokal 02 Utovaren 801 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Šabac Bečej 12 Istovaren 802 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 02 Utovaren 803 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Bečej 02 Utovaren 804 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Beograd Senta 01 Utovaren

197 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 805 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad B. Gradište 15 Utovaren 806 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Mol 01 Istovaren 807 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 03 Utovaren 808 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Čoka 01 Istovaren 809 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Temerin Ada 02 Utovaren 810 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bečej 16 Utovaren 811 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Futog bečej 04 Utovaren 812 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Srbobran 02 Istovaren 813 R-120 Petefi :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kikinda 16 Utovaren 814 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Istovaren 815 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Beograd Bečej 01 Utovaren 816 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Nadalj 02 Istovaren 817 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Futog N. Bečej 03 Utovaren 818 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Stara Pazova Kikinda 12 Utovaren 819 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Temerin lokal 02 Istovaren 820 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Sr. Kamenica Bečej 02 Utovaren 821 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Senta 01 Istovaren 822 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kanjiža 02 Istovaren 823 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno B.Jarak lokal 01 Utovaren 824 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čoka 02 Utovaren 825 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kikinda 01 Utovaren 826 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Temerin lokal 04 Utovaren 827 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Bečej 16 Utovaren 828 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Kisač N. Bečej 02 Istovaren 829 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Senta 01 Utovaren 830 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Beograd Kikinda 01 Utovaren 831 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Temerin lokal 02 Istovaren 832 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Pirot Bečej 01 Utovaren 833 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad senta 03 Utovaren 834 R-120 Petefi :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kikinda 03 Utovaren 835 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Sombor Kovin 03 Utovaren 836 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 02 Utovaren 837 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 12 Utovaren 838 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 02 Utovaren 839 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Požarevac 01 Utovaren 840 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Jagodina 12 Istovaren 841 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 06 Istovaren 842 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Alibunar Smederevo 02 Utovaren 843 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kikinda Kruševac 06 Istovaren 844 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 845 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 846 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 16 Utovaren 847 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Mladenovac 03 Utovaren 848 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 02 Utovaren 849 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 01 Istovaren 850 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Utovaren 851 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Čoka Grčka 12 Utovaren 852 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Kneževac Kovin 02 Utovaren 853 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kladovo 03 Istovaren 854 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 12 Utovaren 855 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 02 Utovaren 856 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zemun Bela Crkva 16 Utovaren 857 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad V. Gradiška 03 Utovaren 858 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 04 Istovaren 859 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 860 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 03 Utovaren 861 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Sombor Kovin 01 Istovaren 862 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 04 Utovaren 863 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 04 Utovaren 864 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Kovin 12 Utovaren 865 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Utovaren 866 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Požarevac Vršac 08 Utovaren 867 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kovin Zrenjanin 12 Utovaren 868 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 01 Istovaren 869 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kovin 01 Utovaren 870 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Jagodina 12 Utovaren 871 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 12 Istovaren

198 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 872 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 03 Utovaren 873 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 06 Istovaren 874 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Bečej Kovin 01 Istovaren 875 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kikinda Kruševac 01 Utovaren 876 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bela Crkva 12 Utovaren 877 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd S.Palanka 01 Istovaren 878 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Niš 12 Utovaren 879 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd V. Gradiška 04 Istovaren 880 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Paraćin 03 Utovaren 881 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Petrovac na Mlavi 02 Utovaren 882 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 01 Istovaren 883 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 12 Utovaren 884 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 12 Utovaren 885 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 01 Istovaren 886 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Mladenovac 06 Utovaren 887 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zemun Bela Crkva 09 Utovaren 888 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Požarevac 12 Utovaren 889 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Paraćin 01 Istovaren 890 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kragujevac 04 Utovaren 891 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zemun Smederevo 08 Istovaren 892 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Smederevo 01 Istovaren 893 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Negotin 12 Utovaren 894 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 12 Utovaren 895 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 01 Utovaren 896 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Jagodina 04 Utovaren 897 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 02 Istovaren 898 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Velika Plana 12 Istovaren 899 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 06 Utovaren 900 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 901 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd lokal 02 Utovaren 902 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kragujevac 16 Utovaren 903 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Požarevac 01 Utovaren 904 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Trstenik 16 Utovaren 905 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bela Crkva 02 Utovaren 906 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 16 Utovaren 907 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Požarevac 01 Utovaren 908 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad V. Gradiška 01 Utovaren 909 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kladovo 06 Utovaren 910 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Aranđelovac 06 Istovaren 911 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Opovo Smederevo 03 Istovaren 912 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kruševac 16 Utovaren 913 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Paraćin 12 Utovaren 914 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano zemun Kovin 07 Utovaren 915 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Paraćin 06 Utovaren 916 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 03 Istovaren 917 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Alibunar Smederevo 06 Istovaren 918 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Jagodina 12 Utovaren 919 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Subotica Kovin 04 Utovaren 920 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Požarevac 12 Istovaren 921 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Velika Plana 03 Utovaren 922 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Čačak 01 Utovaren 923 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 02 Utovaren 924 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 02 Utovaren 925 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Nova Pazova Kovin 12 Utovaren 926 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Bor 01 Utovaren 927 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 16 Utovaren 928 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac S.Palanka 01 Istovaren 929 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Bela Crkva 04 Utovaren 930 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kikinda Požarevac 06 Istovaren 931 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 04 Utovaren 932 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 01 Istovaren 933 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Utovaren 934 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kragujevac 12 Utovaren 935 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Niš 12 Utovaren 936 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 01 Istovaren 937 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kragujevac 03 Utovaren 938 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin kovin 03 Istovaren

199 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 939 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 04 Utovaren 940 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 01 Istovaren 941 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Paraćin 12 Utovaren 942 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Leskovac 16 Utovaren 943 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 03 Istovaren 944 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd kovin 03 Istovaren 945 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bela Crkva 12 Utovaren 946 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 12 Utovaren 947 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 04 Utovaren 948 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 01 Istovaren 949 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Požarevac 12 Utovaren 950 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Paraćin 07 Utovaren 951 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 01 Utovaren 952 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Istovaren 953 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 12 Utovaren 954 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Leskovac 12 Utovaren 955 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 01 Utovaren 956 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Istovaren 957 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 02 Utovaren 958 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 02 Istovaren 959 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Niš 12 Utovaren 960 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Smederevo 03 Utovaren 961 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Mladenovac 04 Utovaren 962 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Šabac Kovin 01 Istovaren 963 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 04 Utovaren 964 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 01 Istovaren 965 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 02 Istovaren 966 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kikinda Bor 12 Utovaren 967 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Vranje 07 Utovaren 968 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 01 Istovaren 969 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd S.Palanka 12 Istovaren 970 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 01 Utovaren 971 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Bavanište 01 Utovaren 972 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Bor 12 Utovaren 973 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 07 Utovaren 974 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kovin 12 Utovaren 975 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Jagodina 12 Utovaren 976 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Paraćin 12 Utovaren 977 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Požarevac 08 Utovaren 978 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Popovac 12 Istovaren 979 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 12 Istovaren 980 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 12 Istovaren 981 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 02 Utovaren 982 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 02 Utovaren 983 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 02 Istovaren 984 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Velika Plana 08 Utovaren 985 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kikinda Smederevo 07 Utovaren 986 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 01 Utovaren 987 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Kruševac 08 Utovaren 988 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo S.Palanka 12 Utovaren 989 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 990 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Paraćin 08 Utovaren 991 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 992 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Jagodina 12 Utovaren 993 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 994 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 11 Utovaren 995 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 13 Utovaren 996 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 01 Istovaren 997 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano zemun Kovin 02 Utovaren 998 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Kraljevo 01 Istovaren 999 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Jagodina 03 Istovaren 1000 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 12 Istovaren 1001 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 12 Utovaren 1002 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Horgoš Smederevo 02 Utovaren 1003 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Požarevac 04 Utovaren 1004 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 02 Istovaren 1005 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 16 Utovaren

200 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 1006 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kraljevo Smederevo 01 Utovaren 1007 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Subotica Kovin 02 Istovaren 1008 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Smederevo 04 Istovaren 1009 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 04 Utovaren 1010 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Bavanište 01 Utovaren 1011 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kragujevac 12 Utovaren 1012 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Niš 12 Utovaren 1013 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Utovaren 1014 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kruševac 04 Istovaren 1015 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 16 Utovaren 1016 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 03 Utovaren 1017 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Vranje 01 Utovaren 1018 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd S.Palanka 12 Utovaren 1019 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Bor 04 Utovaren 1020 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 01 Istovaren 1021 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 02 Istovaren 1022 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 03 Istovaren 1023 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Bor 12 Utovaren 1024 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Čačak 12 Utovaren 1025 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Utovaren 1026 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Niš 01 Utovaren 1027 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 12 Utovaren 1028 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Novi Pazar 12 Istovaren 1029 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Paraćin 12 Istovaren 1030 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 16 Utovaren 1031 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 01 Utovaren 1032 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Požarevac 12 Utovaren 1033 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 16 Utovaren 1034 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Mladenovac 12 Istovaren 1035 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano zemun Bor 03 Istovaren 1036 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Paraćin 04 Utovaren 1037 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 08 Utovaren 1038 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Pirot 01 Utovaren 1039 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 08 Utovaren 1040 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Bor 08 Utovaren 1041 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Paraćin 01 Utovaren 1042 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Ćuprija 08 Istovaren 1043 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo lokal 01 Utovaren 1044 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1045 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Kovin 03 Istovaren 1046 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kragujevac 12 Utovaren 1047 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1048 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1049 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1050 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 08 Utovaren 1051 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Majdampek 12 Utovaren 1052 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Zaječar 03 Istovaren 1053 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Paraćin 07 Utovaren 1054 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1055 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Stara Pazova Bela Crkva 08 Utovaren 1056 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 12 Utovaren 1057 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 16 Utovaren 1058 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 01 Istovaren 1059 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Topola 03 Istovaren 1060 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano B. Jarak Kovin 02 Istovaren 1061 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Bela Crkva 02 Utovaren 1062 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 01 Utovaren 1063 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Utovaren 1064 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Kikinda Kruševac 12 Istovaren 1065 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Niš 12 Utovaren 1066 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1067 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Požarevac 01 Utovaren 1068 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Vršac Kovin 02 Istovaren 1069 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Smederevo 01 Utovaren 1070 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Bor 12 Utovaren 1071 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Niš 07 Utovaren 1072 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Utovaren

201 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 1073 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 01 Utovaren 1074 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Kovin 16 Utovaren 1075 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Smederevo 01 Istovaren 1076 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 01 Utovaren 1077 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 04 Utovaren 1078 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd S.Palanka 04 Utovaren 1079 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Vranje 01 Utovaren 1080 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Zaječar 12 Utovaren 1081 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1082 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1083 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Požarevac 12 Utovaren 1084 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1085 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kovin 12 Istovaren 1086 M-24 Semenski centar :00 Sunčano Beograd Smederevo 01 Utovaren 1087 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Velika Plana 12 Utovaren 1088 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Slovenija Čačak 12 Utovaren 1089 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 16 Utovaren 1090 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ivanjca 16 Utovaren 1091 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 03 Istovaren 1092 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zrenjanin Čačak 12 Utovaren 1093 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 12 Utovaren 1094 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Utovaren 1095 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 16 Utovaren 1096 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lajkovac 01 Istovaren 1097 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 02 Utovaren 1098 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Subotica Čačak 01 Istovaren 1099 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Utovaren 1100 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Gornji Milanovac 12 Istovaren 1101 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1102 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Barajevo 02 Utovaren 1103 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lajkovac 01 Utovaren 1104 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Vranić 16 Utovaren 1105 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 02 Istovaren 1106 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Novi Pazar 01 Utovaren 1107 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 02 Istovaren 1108 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 16 Utovaren 1109 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Zlatibor 16 Utovaren 1110 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 02 Istovaren 1111 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Sombor Žabljak 16 Utovaren 1112 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Utovaren 1113 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 16 Utovaren 1114 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Tara 16 Utovaren 1115 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1116 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Barajevo 02 Istovaren 1117 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ivanjca 01 Utovaren 1118 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 02 Utovaren 1119 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Prijepolje 16 Utovaren 1120 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Vladimirci 01 Utovaren 1121 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kosovo 01 Utovaren 1122 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Bajina Bašta 04 Istovaren 1123 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 01 Utovaren 1124 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zlatibor 16 Utovaren 1125 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Bajina Bašta 01 Istovaren 1126 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Užice 01 Utovaren 1127 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Istovaren 1128 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Požega 03 Istovaren 1129 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Barajevo 02 Utovaren 1130 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 01 Utovaren 1131 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Rušanj Meljak 02 Istovaren 1132 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Dobanovci Lazarevac 08 Istovaren 1133 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lajkovac 01 Utovaren 1134 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Meljak 01 Utovaren 1135 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1136 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 01 Istovaren 1137 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 01 Utovaren 1138 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 02 Istovaren 1139 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zlatibor 16 Utovaren

202 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 1140 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Zlatibor 16 Utovaren 1141 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Koceljeva Meljak 12 Istovaren 1142 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kosjerić 08 Istovaren 1143 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kosjerić 02 Istovaren 1144 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Zlatibor 01 Utovaren 1145 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Ivanjca 01 Utovaren 1146 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Inđija Lazarevac 12 Istovaren 1147 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Vreoce 01 Utovaren 1148 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Subotica Čačak 12 Utovaren 1149 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Lazarevac 02 Istovaren 1150 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 02 Istovaren 1151 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Bubanj potok Meljak 02 Istovaren 1152 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 02 Utovaren 1153 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1154 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Dobanovci Valjevo 02 Utovaren 1155 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Batajnica Vreoce 12 Istovaren 1156 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 01 Utovaren 1157 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 16 Utovaren 1158 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Vreoce 02 Istovaren 1159 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Arilje 01 Utovaren 1160 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 12 Istovaren 1161 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Aleksandrovac 12 Istovaren 1162 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Ljig 02 Istovaren 1163 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 01 Istovaren 1164 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kosjerić 12 Utovaren 1165 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 02 Utovaren 1166 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Meljak 02 Utovaren 1167 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Pančevo Lazarevac 07 Utovaren 1168 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 12 Istovaren 1169 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 12 Istovaren 1170 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1171 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Kosjerić 02 Utovaren 1172 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Meljak 01 Utovaren 1173 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Sremčica Meljak 01 Istovaren 1174 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 01 Utovaren 1175 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1176 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 02 Istovaren 1177 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1178 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lajkovac 02 Utovaren 1179 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čačak 01 Utovaren 1180 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ivanjca 02 Istovaren 1181 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Kraljevo 01 Utovaren 1182 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 03 Utovaren 1183 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 01 Utovaren 1184 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 02 Utovaren 1185 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 02 Istovaren 1186 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lučani 03 Istovaren 1187 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 04 Istovaren 1188 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Priboj 16 Utovaren 1189 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 03 Istovaren 1190 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 03 Istovaren 1191 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Vranje 03 Istovaren 1192 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 07 Istovaren 1193 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Utovaren 1194 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Požega 01 Utovaren 1195 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Priboj 01 Utovaren 1196 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1197 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Novi Pazar 04 Istovaren 1198 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Užice 07 Istovaren 1199 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Novi Pazar 04 Istovaren 1200 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 01 Utovaren 1201 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Novi Pazar 16 Utovaren 1202 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 16 Utovaren 1203 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Vranić 16 Utovaren 1204 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1205 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 01 Utovaren 1206 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 16 Utovaren

203 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 1207 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 03 Utovaren 1208 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 16 Utovaren 1209 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 16 Utovaren 1210 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 09 Istovaren 1211 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1212 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Subotica Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1213 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 16 Utovaren 1214 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lajkovac 01 Utovaren 1215 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Požega 01 Utovaren 1216 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Istovaren 1217 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Istovaren 1218 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Istovaren 1219 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 01 Utovaren 1220 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 01 Utovaren 1221 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1222 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Istovaren 1223 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 06 Utovaren 1224 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Užice 12 Utovaren 1225 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd lokal 01 Istovaren 1226 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Prijepolje 12 Utovaren 1227 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1228 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Kraljevo 12 Utovaren 1229 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Požarevac 16 Utovaren 1230 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Subotica Čačak 12 Istovaren 1231 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Užice 01 Istovaren 1232 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Ljig 02 Utovaren 1233 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1234 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Aleksandrovac 12 Istovaren 1235 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Novi Pazar 16 Utovaren 1236 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Gornji Milanovac 02 Istovaren 1237 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Jelen Do 01 Utovaren 1238 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Valjevo 02 Istovaren 1239 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Lazarevac 16 Utovaren 1240 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Sremčica Kraljevo 02 Istovaren 1241 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Meljak 01 Istovaren 1242 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Aranđelovac 02 Istovaren 1243 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Meljak 01 Utovaren 1244 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Novi Pazar 01 Istovaren 1245 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Čačak 01 Istovaren 1246 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Vranić 06 Istovaren 1247 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Barajevo Moštanica 01 Utovaren 1248 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Čačak 01 Utovaren 1249 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Zemun Gornji Milanovac 01 Istovaren 1250 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Lazarevac 02 Utovaren 1251 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Lazarevac 16 Utovaren 1252 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Čačak 02 Utovaren 1253 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Meljak 01 Istovaren 1254 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Kraljevo 02 Istovaren 1255 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Lazarevac 02 Utovaren 1256 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Zrenjanin Valjevo 01 Istovaren 1257 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Lazarevac 03 Istovaren 1258 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Valjevo 07 Istovaren 1259 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Šabac 01 Istovaren 1260 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Zemun Lazarevac 02 Utovaren 1261 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Lajkovac 03 Utovaren 1262 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Stražilovo Lazarevac 07 Utovaren 1263 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Šimanovci Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1264 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Zlatibor 16 Utovaren 1265 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Čačak 16 Utovaren 1266 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Zemun Čačak 08 Utovaren 1267 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Gornji Milanovac 12 Istovaren 1268 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Beograd Valjevo 01 Istovaren 1269 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Pančevo Kraljevo 01 Utovaren 1270 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Sunčano Novi Sad Lazarevac 01 Utovaren 1271 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Priboj 12 Utovaren 1272 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 06 Istovaren 1273 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Inđija Lazarevac 06 Istovaren

204 Interview No. Road Location Date Time Weather Origin Destination Vehicle type Loaded 1274 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Meljak 02 Istovaren 1275 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 16 Utovaren 1276 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Gornji Milanovac 07 Utovaren 1277 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Vreoce 06 Istovaren 1278 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 01 Istovaren 1279 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 07 Istovaren 1280 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Kraljevo 06 Istovaren 1281 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Novi Sad Čačak 07 Utovaren 1282 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Valjevo 16 Utovaren 1283 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lajkovac 04 Utovaren 1284 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Čačak 01 Utovaren 1285 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Zemun Čačak 12 Istovaren 1286 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Aranđelovac 16 Utovaren 1287 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Oblačno Beograd Lazarevac 01 Istovaren 1288 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Beograd Ljig 01 Utovaren 1289 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Ruma Užice 12 Utovaren 1290 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Beograd Ljig 07 Istovaren 1291 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Beograd Čačak 04 Utovaren 1292 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Beograd Kraljevo 04 Utovaren 1293 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Ruma Valjevo 01 Utovaren 1294 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Beograd Valjevo 12 Utovaren 1295 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Beograd Užice 12 Utovaren 1296 M-22 Lipovačka šuma :00 Veoma vlažno Beograd Užice 08 Utovaren

205 Appendix I SPEED-FLOW SURVEY DATA

206 HI-Star ID: 4911 Begin: :00:00 End: :00:00 Time/Speed report Street: M-1 (E-75) Lane: KA NISU B Hours: 24:00 Oper: MC State: SR Period: 1 City/Town: Posted: 80 Raw Count: Area: deonica kroz BGD AADT Factor: 1 AADT Count: NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [23:00:00-23:01:00] [23:01:00-23:02:00] [23:02:00-23:03:00] [23:03:00-23:04:00] [23:04:00-23:05:00] [23:05:00-23:06:00] [23:06:00-23:07:00] [23:07:00-23:08:00] [23:08:00-23:09:00] [23:09:00-23:10:00] [23:10:00-23:11:00] [23:11:00-23:12:00] [23:12:00-23:13:00] [23:13:00-23:14:00] [23:14:00-23:15:00] [23:15:00-23:16:00] [23:16:00-23:17:00] [23:17:00-23:18:00] [23:18:00-23:19:00] [23:19:00-23:20:00] [23:20:00-23:21:00] [23:21:00-23:22:00] [23:22:00-23:23:00] [23:23:00-23:24:00] [23:24:00-23:25:00] [23:25:00-23:26:00] [23:26:00-23:27:00] [23:27:00-23:28:00] [23:28:00-23:29:00] [23:29:00-23:30:00] [23:30:00-23:31:00] [23:31:00-23:32:00] [23:32:00-23:33:00] [23:33:00-23:34:00] [23:34:00-23:35:00] [23:35:00-23:36:00] [23:36:00-23:37:00] [23:37:00-23:38:00]

207 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [23:38:00-23:39:00] [23:39:00-23:40:00] [23:40:00-23:41:00] [23:41:00-23:42:00] [23:42:00-23:43:00] [23:43:00-23:44:00] [23:44:00-23:45:00] [23:45:00-23:46:00] [23:46:00-23:47:00] [23:47:00-23:48:00] [23:48:00-23:49:00] [23:49:00-23:50:00] [23:50:00-23:51:00] [23:51:00-23:52:00] [23:52:00-23:53:00] [23:53:00-23:54:00] [23:54:00-23:55:00] [23:55:00-23:56:00] [23:56:00-23:57:00] [23:57:00-23:58:00] [23:58:00-23:59:00] [23:59:00-00:00:00] Daily Totals: [00:00:00-00:01:00] [00:01:00-00:02:00] [00:02:00-00:03:00] [00:03:00-00:04:00] [00:04:00-00:05:00] [00:05:00-00:06:00] [00:06:00-00:07:00] [00:07:00-00:08:00] [00:08:00-00:09:00] [00:09:00-00:10:00] [00:10:00-00:11:00] [00:11:00-00:12:00] [00:12:00-00:13:00] [00:13:00-00:14:00] [00:14:00-00:15:00] [00:15:00-00:16:00] [00:16:00-00:17:00] [00:17:00-00:18:00] [00:18:00-00:19:00] [00:19:00-00:20:00]

208 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [00:20:00-00:21:00] [00:21:00-00:22:00] [00:22:00-00:23:00] [00:23:00-00:24:00] [00:24:00-00:25:00] [00:25:00-00:26:00] [00:26:00-00:27:00] [00:27:00-00:28:00] [00:28:00-00:29:00] [00:29:00-00:30:00] [00:30:00-00:31:00] [00:31:00-00:32:00] [00:32:00-00:33:00] [00:33:00-00:34:00] [00:34:00-00:35:00] [00:35:00-00:36:00] [00:36:00-00:37:00] [00:37:00-00:38:00] [00:38:00-00:39:00] [00:39:00-00:40:00] [00:40:00-00:41:00] [00:41:00-00:42:00] [00:42:00-00:43:00] [00:43:00-00:44:00] [00:44:00-00:45:00] [00:45:00-00:46:00] [00:46:00-00:47:00] [00:47:00-00:48:00] [00:48:00-00:49:00] [00:49:00-00:50:00] [00:50:00-00:51:00] [00:51:00-00:52:00] [00:52:00-00:53:00] [00:53:00-00:54:00] [00:54:00-00:55:00] [00:55:00-00:56:00] [00:56:00-00:57:00] [00:57:00-00:58:00] [00:58:00-00:59:00] [00:59:00-01:00:00] [01:00:00-01:01:00] [01:01:00-01:02:00] [01:02:00-01:03:00] [01:03:00-01:04:00] [01:04:00-01:05:00] [01:05:00-01:06:00]

209 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [01:06:00-01:07:00] [01:07:00-01:08:00] [01:08:00-01:09:00] [01:09:00-01:10:00] [01:10:00-01:11:00] [01:11:00-01:12:00] [01:12:00-01:13:00] [01:13:00-01:14:00] [01:14:00-01:15:00] [01:15:00-01:16:00] [01:16:00-01:17:00] [01:17:00-01:18:00] [01:18:00-01:19:00] [01:19:00-01:20:00] [01:20:00-01:21:00] [01:21:00-01:22:00] [01:22:00-01:23:00] [01:23:00-01:24:00] [01:24:00-01:25:00] [01:25:00-01:26:00] [01:26:00-01:27:00] [01:27:00-01:28:00] [01:28:00-01:29:00] [01:29:00-01:30:00] [01:30:00-01:31:00] [01:31:00-01:32:00] [01:32:00-01:33:00] [01:33:00-01:34:00] [01:34:00-01:35:00] [01:35:00-01:36:00] [01:36:00-01:37:00] [01:37:00-01:38:00] [01:38:00-01:39:00] [01:39:00-01:40:00] [01:40:00-01:41:00] [01:41:00-01:42:00] [01:42:00-01:43:00] [01:43:00-01:44:00] [01:44:00-01:45:00] [01:45:00-01:46:00] [01:46:00-01:47:00] [01:47:00-01:48:00] [01:48:00-01:49:00] [01:49:00-01:50:00] [01:50:00-01:51:00] [01:51:00-01:52:00] [01:52:00-01:53:00] [01:53:00-01:54:00]

210 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [01:54:00-01:55:00] [01:55:00-01:56:00] [01:56:00-01:57:00] [01:57:00-01:58:00] [01:58:00-01:59:00] [01:59:00-02:00:00] [02:00:00-02:01:00] [02:01:00-02:02:00] [02:02:00-02:03:00] [02:03:00-02:04:00] [02:04:00-02:05:00] [02:05:00-02:06:00] [02:06:00-02:07:00] [02:07:00-02:08:00] [02:08:00-02:09:00] [02:09:00-02:10:00] [02:10:00-02:11:00] [02:11:00-02:12:00] [02:12:00-02:13:00] [02:13:00-02:14:00] [02:14:00-02:15:00] [02:15:00-02:16:00] [02:16:00-02:17:00] [02:17:00-02:18:00] [02:18:00-02:19:00] [02:19:00-02:20:00] [02:20:00-02:21:00] [02:21:00-02:22:00] [02:22:00-02:23:00] [02:23:00-02:24:00] [02:24:00-02:25:00] [02:25:00-02:26:00] [02:26:00-02:27:00] [02:27:00-02:28:00] [02:28:00-02:29:00] [02:29:00-02:30:00] [02:30:00-02:31:00] [02:31:00-02:32:00] [02:32:00-02:33:00] [02:33:00-02:34:00] [02:34:00-02:35:00] [02:35:00-02:36:00] [02:36:00-02:37:00] [02:37:00-02:38:00] [02:38:00-02:39:00] [02:39:00-02:40:00]

211 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [02:40:00-02:41:00] [02:41:00-02:42:00] [02:42:00-02:43:00] [02:43:00-02:44:00] [02:44:00-02:45:00] [02:45:00-02:46:00] [02:46:00-02:47:00] [02:47:00-02:48:00] [02:48:00-02:49:00] [02:49:00-02:50:00] [02:50:00-02:51:00] [02:51:00-02:52:00] [02:52:00-02:53:00] [02:53:00-02:54:00] [02:54:00-02:55:00] [02:55:00-02:56:00] [02:56:00-02:57:00] [02:57:00-02:58:00] [02:58:00-02:59:00] [02:59:00-03:00:00] [03:00:00-03:01:00] [03:01:00-03:02:00] [03:02:00-03:03:00] [03:03:00-03:04:00] [03:04:00-03:05:00] [03:05:00-03:06:00] [03:06:00-03:07:00] [03:07:00-03:08:00] [03:08:00-03:09:00] [03:09:00-03:10:00] [03:10:00-03:11:00] [03:11:00-03:12:00] [03:12:00-03:13:00] [03:13:00-03:14:00] [03:14:00-03:15:00] [03:15:00-03:16:00] [03:16:00-03:17:00] [03:17:00-03:18:00] [03:18:00-03:19:00] [03:19:00-03:20:00] [03:20:00-03:21:00] [03:21:00-03:22:00] [03:22:00-03:23:00] [03:23:00-03:24:00] [03:24:00-03:25:00] [03:25:00-03:26:00]

212 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [03:26:00-03:27:00] [03:27:00-03:28:00] [03:28:00-03:29:00] [03:29:00-03:30:00] [03:30:00-03:31:00] [03:31:00-03:32:00] [03:32:00-03:33:00] [03:33:00-03:34:00] [03:34:00-03:35:00] [03:35:00-03:36:00] [03:36:00-03:37:00] [03:37:00-03:38:00] [03:38:00-03:39:00] [03:39:00-03:40:00] [03:40:00-03:41:00] [03:41:00-03:42:00] [03:42:00-03:43:00] [03:43:00-03:44:00] [03:44:00-03:45:00] [03:45:00-03:46:00] [03:46:00-03:47:00] [03:47:00-03:48:00] [03:48:00-03:49:00] [03:49:00-03:50:00] [03:50:00-03:51:00] [03:51:00-03:52:00] [03:52:00-03:53:00] [03:53:00-03:54:00] [03:54:00-03:55:00] [03:55:00-03:56:00] [03:56:00-03:57:00] [03:57:00-03:58:00] [03:58:00-03:59:00] [03:59:00-04:00:00] [04:00:00-04:01:00] [04:01:00-04:02:00] [04:02:00-04:03:00] [04:03:00-04:04:00] [04:04:00-04:05:00] [04:05:00-04:06:00] [04:06:00-04:07:00] [04:07:00-04:08:00] [04:08:00-04:09:00] [04:09:00-04:10:00] [04:10:00-04:11:00] [04:11:00-04:12:00]

213 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [04:12:00-04:13:00] [04:13:00-04:14:00] [04:14:00-04:15:00] [04:15:00-04:16:00] [04:16:00-04:17:00] [04:17:00-04:18:00] [04:18:00-04:19:00] [04:19:00-04:20:00] [04:20:00-04:21:00] [04:21:00-04:22:00] [04:22:00-04:23:00] [04:23:00-04:24:00] [04:24:00-04:25:00] [04:25:00-04:26:00] [04:26:00-04:27:00] [04:27:00-04:28:00] [04:28:00-04:29:00] [04:29:00-04:30:00] [04:30:00-04:31:00] [04:31:00-04:32:00] [04:32:00-04:33:00] [04:33:00-04:34:00] [04:34:00-04:35:00] [04:35:00-04:36:00] [04:36:00-04:37:00] [04:37:00-04:38:00] [04:38:00-04:39:00] [04:39:00-04:40:00] [04:40:00-04:41:00] [04:41:00-04:42:00] [04:42:00-04:43:00] [04:43:00-04:44:00] [04:44:00-04:45:00] [04:45:00-04:46:00] [04:46:00-04:47:00] [04:47:00-04:48:00] [04:48:00-04:49:00] [04:49:00-04:50:00] [04:50:00-04:51:00] [04:51:00-04:52:00] [04:52:00-04:53:00] [04:53:00-04:54:00] [04:54:00-04:55:00] [04:55:00-04:56:00] [04:56:00-04:57:00] [04:57:00-04:58:00] [04:58:00-04:59:00] [04:59:00-05:00:00]

214 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [05:00:00-05:01:00] [05:01:00-05:02:00] [05:02:00-05:03:00] [05:03:00-05:04:00] [05:04:00-05:05:00] [05:05:00-05:06:00] [05:06:00-05:07:00] [05:07:00-05:08:00] [05:08:00-05:09:00] [05:09:00-05:10:00] [05:10:00-05:11:00] [05:11:00-05:12:00] [05:12:00-05:13:00] [05:13:00-05:14:00] [05:14:00-05:15:00] [05:15:00-05:16:00] [05:16:00-05:17:00] [05:17:00-05:18:00] [05:18:00-05:19:00] [05:19:00-05:20:00] [05:20:00-05:21:00] [05:21:00-05:22:00] [05:22:00-05:23:00] [05:23:00-05:24:00] [05:24:00-05:25:00] [05:25:00-05:26:00] [05:26:00-05:27:00] [05:27:00-05:28:00] [05:28:00-05:29:00] [05:29:00-05:30:00] [05:30:00-05:31:00] [05:31:00-05:32:00] [05:32:00-05:33:00] [05:33:00-05:34:00] [05:34:00-05:35:00] [05:35:00-05:36:00] [05:36:00-05:37:00] [05:37:00-05:38:00] [05:38:00-05:39:00] [05:39:00-05:40:00] [05:40:00-05:41:00] [05:41:00-05:42:00] [05:42:00-05:43:00] [05:43:00-05:44:00] [05:44:00-05:45:00] [05:45:00-05:46:00]

215 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [05:46:00-05:47:00] [05:47:00-05:48:00] [05:48:00-05:49:00] [05:49:00-05:50:00] [05:50:00-05:51:00] [05:51:00-05:52:00] [05:52:00-05:53:00] [05:53:00-05:54:00] [05:54:00-05:55:00] [05:55:00-05:56:00] [05:56:00-05:57:00] [05:57:00-05:58:00] [05:58:00-05:59:00] [05:59:00-06:00:00] [06:00:00-06:01:00] [06:01:00-06:02:00] [06:02:00-06:03:00] [06:03:00-06:04:00] [06:04:00-06:05:00] [06:05:00-06:06:00] [06:06:00-06:07:00] [06:07:00-06:08:00] [06:08:00-06:09:00] [06:09:00-06:10:00] [06:10:00-06:11:00] [06:11:00-06:12:00] [06:12:00-06:13:00] [06:13:00-06:14:00] [06:14:00-06:15:00] [06:15:00-06:16:00] [06:16:00-06:17:00] [06:17:00-06:18:00] [06:18:00-06:19:00] [06:19:00-06:20:00] [06:20:00-06:21:00] [06:21:00-06:22:00] [06:22:00-06:23:00] [06:23:00-06:24:00] [06:24:00-06:25:00] [06:25:00-06:26:00] [06:26:00-06:27:00] [06:27:00-06:28:00] [06:28:00-06:29:00] [06:29:00-06:30:00] [06:30:00-06:31:00] [06:31:00-06:32:00]

216 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [06:32:00-06:33:00] [06:33:00-06:34:00] [06:34:00-06:35:00] [06:35:00-06:36:00] [06:36:00-06:37:00] [06:37:00-06:38:00] [06:38:00-06:39:00] [06:39:00-06:40:00] [06:40:00-06:41:00] [06:41:00-06:42:00] [06:42:00-06:43:00] [06:43:00-06:44:00] [06:44:00-06:45:00] [06:45:00-06:46:00] [06:46:00-06:47:00] [06:47:00-06:48:00] [06:48:00-06:49:00] [06:49:00-06:50:00] [06:50:00-06:51:00] [06:51:00-06:52:00] [06:52:00-06:53:00] [06:53:00-06:54:00] [06:54:00-06:55:00] [06:55:00-06:56:00] [06:56:00-06:57:00] [06:57:00-06:58:00] [06:58:00-06:59:00] [06:59:00-07:00:00] [07:00:00-07:01:00] [07:01:00-07:02:00] [07:02:00-07:03:00] [07:03:00-07:04:00] [07:04:00-07:05:00] [07:05:00-07:06:00] [07:06:00-07:07:00] [07:07:00-07:08:00] [07:08:00-07:09:00] [07:09:00-07:10:00] [07:10:00-07:11:00] [07:11:00-07:12:00] [07:12:00-07:13:00] [07:13:00-07:14:00] [07:14:00-07:15:00] [07:15:00-07:16:00] [07:16:00-07:17:00] [07:17:00-07:18:00]

217 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [07:18:00-07:19:00] [07:19:00-07:20:00] [07:20:00-07:21:00] [07:21:00-07:22:00] [07:22:00-07:23:00] [07:23:00-07:24:00] [07:24:00-07:25:00] [07:25:00-07:26:00] [07:26:00-07:27:00] [07:27:00-07:28:00] [07:28:00-07:29:00] [07:29:00-07:30:00] [07:30:00-07:31:00] [07:31:00-07:32:00] [07:32:00-07:33:00] [07:33:00-07:34:00] [07:34:00-07:35:00] [07:35:00-07:36:00] [07:36:00-07:37:00] [07:37:00-07:38:00] [07:38:00-07:39:00] [07:39:00-07:40:00] [07:40:00-07:41:00] [07:41:00-07:42:00] [07:42:00-07:43:00] [07:43:00-07:44:00] [07:44:00-07:45:00] [07:45:00-07:46:00] [07:46:00-07:47:00] [07:47:00-07:48:00] [07:48:00-07:49:00] [07:49:00-07:50:00] [07:50:00-07:51:00] [07:51:00-07:52:00] [07:52:00-07:53:00] [07:53:00-07:54:00] [07:54:00-07:55:00] [07:55:00-07:56:00] [07:56:00-07:57:00] [07:57:00-07:58:00] [07:58:00-07:59:00] [07:59:00-08:00:00] [08:00:00-08:01:00] [08:01:00-08:02:00] [08:02:00-08:03:00] [08:03:00-08:04:00]

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219 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [08:52:00-08:53:00] [08:53:00-08:54:00] [08:54:00-08:55:00] [08:55:00-08:56:00] [08:56:00-08:57:00] [08:57:00-08:58:00] [08:58:00-08:59:00] [08:59:00-09:00:00] [09:00:00-09:01:00] [09:01:00-09:02:00] [09:02:00-09:03:00] [09:03:00-09:04:00] [09:04:00-09:05:00] [09:05:00-09:06:00] [09:06:00-09:07:00] [09:07:00-09:08:00] [09:08:00-09:09:00] [09:09:00-09:10:00] [09:10:00-09:11:00] [09:11:00-09:12:00] [09:12:00-09:13:00] [09:13:00-09:14:00] [09:14:00-09:15:00] [09:15:00-09:16:00] [09:16:00-09:17:00] [09:17:00-09:18:00] [09:18:00-09:19:00] [09:19:00-09:20:00] [09:20:00-09:21:00] [09:21:00-09:22:00] [09:22:00-09:23:00] [09:23:00-09:24:00] [09:24:00-09:25:00] [09:25:00-09:26:00] [09:26:00-09:27:00] [09:27:00-09:28:00] [09:28:00-09:29:00] [09:29:00-09:30:00] [09:30:00-09:31:00] [09:31:00-09:32:00] [09:32:00-09:33:00] [09:33:00-09:34:00] [09:34:00-09:35:00] [09:35:00-09:36:00] [09:36:00-09:37:00] [09:37:00-09:38:00]

220 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [09:38:00-09:39:00] [09:39:00-09:40:00] [09:40:00-09:41:00] [09:41:00-09:42:00] [09:42:00-09:43:00] [09:43:00-09:44:00] [09:44:00-09:45:00] [09:45:00-09:46:00] [09:46:00-09:47:00] [09:47:00-09:48:00] [09:48:00-09:49:00] [09:49:00-09:50:00] [09:50:00-09:51:00] [09:51:00-09:52:00] [09:52:00-09:53:00] [09:53:00-09:54:00] [09:54:00-09:55:00] [09:55:00-09:56:00] [09:56:00-09:57:00] [09:57:00-09:58:00] [09:58:00-09:59:00] [09:59:00-10:00:00] [10:00:00-10:01:00] [10:01:00-10:02:00] [10:02:00-10:03:00] [10:03:00-10:04:00] [10:04:00-10:05:00] [10:05:00-10:06:00] [10:06:00-10:07:00] [10:07:00-10:08:00] [10:08:00-10:09:00] [10:09:00-10:10:00] [10:10:00-10:11:00] [10:11:00-10:12:00] [10:12:00-10:13:00] [10:13:00-10:14:00] [10:14:00-10:15:00] [10:15:00-10:16:00] [10:16:00-10:17:00] [10:17:00-10:18:00] [10:18:00-10:19:00] [10:19:00-10:20:00] [10:20:00-10:21:00] [10:21:00-10:22:00] [10:22:00-10:23:00] [10:23:00-10:24:00]

221 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [10:24:00-10:25:00] [10:25:00-10:26:00] [10:26:00-10:27:00] [10:27:00-10:28:00] [10:28:00-10:29:00] [10:29:00-10:30:00] [10:30:00-10:31:00] [10:31:00-10:32:00] [10:32:00-10:33:00] [10:33:00-10:34:00] [10:34:00-10:35:00] [10:35:00-10:36:00] [10:36:00-10:37:00] [10:37:00-10:38:00] [10:38:00-10:39:00] [10:39:00-10:40:00] [10:40:00-10:41:00] [10:41:00-10:42:00] [10:42:00-10:43:00] [10:43:00-10:44:00] [10:44:00-10:45:00] [10:45:00-10:46:00] [10:46:00-10:47:00] [10:47:00-10:48:00] [10:48:00-10:49:00] [10:49:00-10:50:00] [10:50:00-10:51:00] [10:51:00-10:52:00] [10:52:00-10:53:00] [10:53:00-10:54:00] [10:54:00-10:55:00] [10:55:00-10:56:00] [10:56:00-10:57:00] [10:57:00-10:58:00] [10:58:00-10:59:00] [10:59:00-11:00:00] [11:00:00-11:01:00] [11:01:00-11:02:00] [11:02:00-11:03:00] [11:03:00-11:04:00] [11:04:00-11:05:00] [11:05:00-11:06:00] [11:06:00-11:07:00] [11:07:00-11:08:00] [11:08:00-11:09:00] [11:09:00-11:10:00]

222 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [11:10:00-11:11:00] [11:11:00-11:12:00] [11:12:00-11:13:00] [11:13:00-11:14:00] [11:14:00-11:15:00] [11:15:00-11:16:00] [11:16:00-11:17:00] [11:17:00-11:18:00] [11:18:00-11:19:00] [11:19:00-11:20:00] [11:20:00-11:21:00] [11:21:00-11:22:00] [11:22:00-11:23:00] [11:23:00-11:24:00] [11:24:00-11:25:00] [11:25:00-11:26:00] [11:26:00-11:27:00] [11:27:00-11:28:00] [11:28:00-11:29:00] [11:29:00-11:30:00] [11:30:00-11:31:00] [11:31:00-11:32:00] [11:32:00-11:33:00] [11:33:00-11:34:00] [11:34:00-11:35:00] [11:35:00-11:36:00] [11:36:00-11:37:00] [11:37:00-11:38:00] [11:38:00-11:39:00] [11:39:00-11:40:00] [11:40:00-11:41:00] [11:41:00-11:42:00] [11:42:00-11:43:00] [11:43:00-11:44:00] [11:44:00-11:45:00] [11:45:00-11:46:00] [11:46:00-11:47:00] [11:47:00-11:48:00] [11:48:00-11:49:00] [11:49:00-11:50:00] [11:50:00-11:51:00] [11:51:00-11:52:00] [11:52:00-11:53:00] [11:53:00-11:54:00] [11:54:00-11:55:00] [11:55:00-11:56:00] [11:56:00-11:57:00] [11:57:00-11:58:00]

223 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [11:58:00-11:59:00] [11:59:00-12:00:00] [12:00:00-12:01:00] [12:01:00-12:02:00] [12:02:00-12:03:00] [12:03:00-12:04:00] [12:04:00-12:05:00] [12:05:00-12:06:00] [12:06:00-12:07:00] [12:07:00-12:08:00] [12:08:00-12:09:00] [12:09:00-12:10:00] [12:10:00-12:11:00] [12:11:00-12:12:00] [12:12:00-12:13:00] [12:13:00-12:14:00] [12:14:00-12:15:00] [12:15:00-12:16:00] [12:16:00-12:17:00] [12:17:00-12:18:00] [12:18:00-12:19:00] [12:19:00-12:20:00] [12:20:00-12:21:00] [12:21:00-12:22:00] [12:22:00-12:23:00] [12:23:00-12:24:00] [12:24:00-12:25:00] [12:25:00-12:26:00] [12:26:00-12:27:00] [12:27:00-12:28:00] [12:28:00-12:29:00] [12:29:00-12:30:00] [12:30:00-12:31:00] [12:31:00-12:32:00] [12:32:00-12:33:00] [12:33:00-12:34:00] [12:34:00-12:35:00] [12:35:00-12:36:00] [12:36:00-12:37:00] [12:37:00-12:38:00] [12:38:00-12:39:00] [12:39:00-12:40:00] [12:40:00-12:41:00] [12:41:00-12:42:00] [12:42:00-12:43:00] [12:43:00-12:44:00]

224 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [12:44:00-12:45:00] [12:45:00-12:46:00] [12:46:00-12:47:00] [12:47:00-12:48:00] [12:48:00-12:49:00] [12:49:00-12:50:00] [12:50:00-12:51:00] [12:51:00-12:52:00] [12:52:00-12:53:00] [12:53:00-12:54:00] [12:54:00-12:55:00] [12:55:00-12:56:00] [12:56:00-12:57:00] [12:57:00-12:58:00] [12:58:00-12:59:00] [12:59:00-13:00:00] [13:00:00-13:01:00] [13:01:00-13:02:00] [13:02:00-13:03:00] [13:03:00-13:04:00] [13:04:00-13:05:00] [13:05:00-13:06:00] [13:06:00-13:07:00] [13:07:00-13:08:00] [13:08:00-13:09:00] [13:09:00-13:10:00] [13:10:00-13:11:00] [13:11:00-13:12:00] [13:12:00-13:13:00] [13:13:00-13:14:00] [13:14:00-13:15:00] [13:15:00-13:16:00] [13:16:00-13:17:00] [13:17:00-13:18:00] [13:18:00-13:19:00] [13:19:00-13:20:00] [13:20:00-13:21:00] [13:21:00-13:22:00] [13:22:00-13:23:00] [13:23:00-13:24:00] [13:24:00-13:25:00] [13:25:00-13:26:00] [13:26:00-13:27:00] [13:27:00-13:28:00] [13:28:00-13:29:00] [13:29:00-13:30:00]

225 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [13:30:00-13:31:00] [13:31:00-13:32:00] [13:32:00-13:33:00] [13:33:00-13:34:00] [13:34:00-13:35:00] [13:35:00-13:36:00] [13:36:00-13:37:00] [13:37:00-13:38:00] [13:38:00-13:39:00] [13:39:00-13:40:00] [13:40:00-13:41:00] [13:41:00-13:42:00] [13:42:00-13:43:00] [13:43:00-13:44:00] [13:44:00-13:45:00] [13:45:00-13:46:00] [13:46:00-13:47:00] [13:47:00-13:48:00] [13:48:00-13:49:00] [13:49:00-13:50:00] [13:50:00-13:51:00] [13:51:00-13:52:00] [13:52:00-13:53:00] [13:53:00-13:54:00] [13:54:00-13:55:00] [13:55:00-13:56:00] [13:56:00-13:57:00] [13:57:00-13:58:00] [13:58:00-13:59:00] [13:59:00-14:00:00] [14:00:00-14:01:00] [14:01:00-14:02:00] [14:02:00-14:03:00] [14:03:00-14:04:00] [14:04:00-14:05:00] [14:05:00-14:06:00] [14:06:00-14:07:00] [14:07:00-14:08:00] [14:08:00-14:09:00] [14:09:00-14:10:00] [14:10:00-14:11:00] [14:11:00-14:12:00] [14:12:00-14:13:00] [14:13:00-14:14:00] [14:14:00-14:15:00] [14:15:00-14:16:00]

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229 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [16:36:00-16:37:00] [16:37:00-16:38:00] [16:38:00-16:39:00] [16:39:00-16:40:00] [16:40:00-16:41:00] [16:41:00-16:42:00] [16:42:00-16:43:00] [16:43:00-16:44:00] [16:44:00-16:45:00] [16:45:00-16:46:00] [16:46:00-16:47:00] [16:47:00-16:48:00] [16:48:00-16:49:00] [16:49:00-16:50:00] [16:50:00-16:51:00] [16:51:00-16:52:00] [16:52:00-16:53:00] [16:53:00-16:54:00] [16:54:00-16:55:00] [16:55:00-16:56:00] [16:56:00-16:57:00] [16:57:00-16:58:00] [16:58:00-16:59:00] [16:59:00-17:00:00] [17:00:00-17:01:00] [17:01:00-17:02:00] [17:02:00-17:03:00] [17:03:00-17:04:00] [17:04:00-17:05:00] [17:05:00-17:06:00] [17:06:00-17:07:00] [17:07:00-17:08:00] [17:08:00-17:09:00] [17:09:00-17:10:00] [17:10:00-17:11:00] [17:11:00-17:12:00] [17:12:00-17:13:00] [17:13:00-17:14:00] [17:14:00-17:15:00] [17:15:00-17:16:00] [17:16:00-17:17:00] [17:17:00-17:18:00] [17:18:00-17:19:00] [17:19:00-17:20:00] [17:20:00-17:21:00] [17:21:00-17:22:00]

230 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [17:22:00-17:23:00] [17:23:00-17:24:00] [17:24:00-17:25:00] [17:25:00-17:26:00] [17:26:00-17:27:00] [17:27:00-17:28:00] [17:28:00-17:29:00] [17:29:00-17:30:00] [17:30:00-17:31:00] [17:31:00-17:32:00] [17:32:00-17:33:00] [17:33:00-17:34:00] [17:34:00-17:35:00] [17:35:00-17:36:00] [17:36:00-17:37:00] [17:37:00-17:38:00] [17:38:00-17:39:00] [17:39:00-17:40:00] [17:40:00-17:41:00] [17:41:00-17:42:00] [17:42:00-17:43:00] [17:43:00-17:44:00] [17:44:00-17:45:00] [17:45:00-17:46:00] [17:46:00-17:47:00] [17:47:00-17:48:00] [17:48:00-17:49:00] [17:49:00-17:50:00] [17:50:00-17:51:00] [17:51:00-17:52:00] [17:52:00-17:53:00] [17:53:00-17:54:00] [17:54:00-17:55:00] [17:55:00-17:56:00] [17:56:00-17:57:00] [17:57:00-17:58:00] [17:58:00-17:59:00] [17:59:00-18:00:00] [18:00:00-18:01:00] [18:01:00-18:02:00] [18:02:00-18:03:00] [18:03:00-18:04:00] [18:04:00-18:05:00] [18:05:00-18:06:00] [18:06:00-18:07:00] [18:07:00-18:08:00]

231 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [18:08:00-18:09:00] [18:09:00-18:10:00] [18:10:00-18:11:00] [18:11:00-18:12:00] [18:12:00-18:13:00] [18:13:00-18:14:00] [18:14:00-18:15:00] [18:15:00-18:16:00] [18:16:00-18:17:00] [18:17:00-18:18:00] [18:18:00-18:19:00] [18:19:00-18:20:00] [18:20:00-18:21:00] [18:21:00-18:22:00] [18:22:00-18:23:00] [18:23:00-18:24:00] [18:24:00-18:25:00] [18:25:00-18:26:00] [18:26:00-18:27:00] [18:27:00-18:28:00] [18:28:00-18:29:00] [18:29:00-18:30:00] [18:30:00-18:31:00] [18:31:00-18:32:00] [18:32:00-18:33:00] [18:33:00-18:34:00] [18:34:00-18:35:00] [18:35:00-18:36:00] [18:36:00-18:37:00] [18:37:00-18:38:00] [18:38:00-18:39:00] [18:39:00-18:40:00] [18:40:00-18:41:00] [18:41:00-18:42:00] [18:42:00-18:43:00] [18:43:00-18:44:00] [18:44:00-18:45:00] [18:45:00-18:46:00] [18:46:00-18:47:00] [18:47:00-18:48:00] [18:48:00-18:49:00] [18:49:00-18:50:00] [18:50:00-18:51:00] [18:51:00-18:52:00] [18:52:00-18:53:00] [18:53:00-18:54:00] [18:54:00-18:55:00] [18:55:00-18:56:00]

232 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [18:56:00-18:57:00] [18:57:00-18:58:00] [18:58:00-18:59:00] [18:59:00-19:00:00] [19:00:00-19:01:00] [19:01:00-19:02:00] [19:02:00-19:03:00] [19:03:00-19:04:00] [19:04:00-19:05:00] [19:05:00-19:06:00] [19:06:00-19:07:00] [19:07:00-19:08:00] [19:08:00-19:09:00] [19:09:00-19:10:00] [19:10:00-19:11:00] [19:11:00-19:12:00] [19:12:00-19:13:00] [19:13:00-19:14:00] [19:14:00-19:15:00] [19:15:00-19:16:00] [19:16:00-19:17:00] [19:17:00-19:18:00] [19:18:00-19:19:00] [19:19:00-19:20:00] [19:20:00-19:21:00] [19:21:00-19:22:00] [19:22:00-19:23:00] [19:23:00-19:24:00] [19:24:00-19:25:00] [19:25:00-19:26:00] [19:26:00-19:27:00] [19:27:00-19:28:00] [19:28:00-19:29:00] [19:29:00-19:30:00] [19:30:00-19:31:00] [19:31:00-19:32:00] [19:32:00-19:33:00] [19:33:00-19:34:00] [19:34:00-19:35:00] [19:35:00-19:36:00] [19:36:00-19:37:00] [19:37:00-19:38:00] [19:38:00-19:39:00] [19:39:00-19:40:00] [19:40:00-19:41:00] [19:41:00-19:42:00]

233 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [19:42:00-19:43:00] [19:43:00-19:44:00] [19:44:00-19:45:00] [19:45:00-19:46:00] [19:46:00-19:47:00] [19:47:00-19:48:00] [19:48:00-19:49:00] [19:49:00-19:50:00] [19:50:00-19:51:00] [19:51:00-19:52:00] [19:52:00-19:53:00] [19:53:00-19:54:00] [19:54:00-19:55:00] [19:55:00-19:56:00] [19:56:00-19:57:00] [19:57:00-19:58:00] [19:58:00-19:59:00] [19:59:00-20:00:00] [20:00:00-20:01:00] [20:01:00-20:02:00] [20:02:00-20:03:00] [20:03:00-20:04:00] [20:04:00-20:05:00] [20:05:00-20:06:00] [20:06:00-20:07:00] [20:07:00-20:08:00] [20:08:00-20:09:00] [20:09:00-20:10:00] [20:10:00-20:11:00] [20:11:00-20:12:00] [20:12:00-20:13:00] [20:13:00-20:14:00] [20:14:00-20:15:00] [20:15:00-20:16:00] [20:16:00-20:17:00] [20:17:00-20:18:00] [20:18:00-20:19:00] [20:19:00-20:20:00] [20:20:00-20:21:00] [20:21:00-20:22:00] [20:22:00-20:23:00] [20:23:00-20:24:00] [20:24:00-20:25:00] [20:25:00-20:26:00] [20:26:00-20:27:00] [20:27:00-20:28:00]

234 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [20:28:00-20:29:00] [20:29:00-20:30:00] [20:30:00-20:31:00] [20:31:00-20:32:00] [20:32:00-20:33:00] [20:33:00-20:34:00] [20:34:00-20:35:00] [20:35:00-20:36:00] [20:36:00-20:37:00] [20:37:00-20:38:00] [20:38:00-20:39:00] [20:39:00-20:40:00] [20:40:00-20:41:00] [20:41:00-20:42:00] [20:42:00-20:43:00] [20:43:00-20:44:00] [20:44:00-20:45:00] [20:45:00-20:46:00] [20:46:00-20:47:00] [20:47:00-20:48:00] [20:48:00-20:49:00] [20:49:00-20:50:00] [20:50:00-20:51:00] [20:51:00-20:52:00] [20:52:00-20:53:00] [20:53:00-20:54:00] [20:54:00-20:55:00] [20:55:00-20:56:00] [20:56:00-20:57:00] [20:57:00-20:58:00] [20:58:00-20:59:00] [20:59:00-21:00:00] [21:00:00-21:01:00] [21:01:00-21:02:00] [21:02:00-21:03:00] [21:03:00-21:04:00] [21:04:00-21:05:00] [21:05:00-21:06:00] [21:06:00-21:07:00] [21:07:00-21:08:00] [21:08:00-21:09:00] [21:09:00-21:10:00] [21:10:00-21:11:00] [21:11:00-21:12:00] [21:12:00-21:13:00] [21:13:00-21:14:00]

235 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [21:14:00-21:15:00] [21:15:00-21:16:00] [21:16:00-21:17:00] [21:17:00-21:18:00] [21:18:00-21:19:00] [21:19:00-21:20:00] [21:20:00-21:21:00] [21:21:00-21:22:00] [21:22:00-21:23:00] [21:23:00-21:24:00] [21:24:00-21:25:00] [21:25:00-21:26:00] [21:26:00-21:27:00] [21:27:00-21:28:00] [21:28:00-21:29:00] [21:29:00-21:30:00] [21:30:00-21:31:00] [21:31:00-21:32:00] [21:32:00-21:33:00] [21:33:00-21:34:00] [21:34:00-21:35:00] [21:35:00-21:36:00] [21:36:00-21:37:00] [21:37:00-21:38:00] [21:38:00-21:39:00] [21:39:00-21:40:00] [21:40:00-21:41:00] [21:41:00-21:42:00] [21:42:00-21:43:00] [21:43:00-21:44:00] [21:44:00-21:45:00] [21:45:00-21:46:00] [21:46:00-21:47:00] [21:47:00-21:48:00] [21:48:00-21:49:00] [21:49:00-21:50:00] [21:50:00-21:51:00] [21:51:00-21:52:00] [21:52:00-21:53:00] [21:53:00-21:54:00] [21:54:00-21:55:00] [21:55:00-21:56:00] [21:56:00-21:57:00] [21:57:00-21:58:00] [21:58:00-21:59:00] [21:59:00-22:00:00]

236 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [22:00:00-22:01:00] [22:01:00-22:02:00] [22:02:00-22:03:00] [22:03:00-22:04:00] [22:04:00-22:05:00] [22:05:00-22:06:00] [22:06:00-22:07:00] [22:07:00-22:08:00] [22:08:00-22:09:00] [22:09:00-22:10:00] [22:10:00-22:11:00] [22:11:00-22:12:00] [22:12:00-22:13:00] [22:13:00-22:14:00] [22:14:00-22:15:00] [22:15:00-22:16:00] [22:16:00-22:17:00] [22:17:00-22:18:00] [22:18:00-22:19:00] [22:19:00-22:20:00] [22:20:00-22:21:00] [22:21:00-22:22:00] [22:22:00-22:23:00] [22:23:00-22:24:00] [22:24:00-22:25:00] [22:25:00-22:26:00] [22:26:00-22:27:00] [22:27:00-22:28:00] [22:28:00-22:29:00] [22:29:00-22:30:00] [22:30:00-22:31:00] [22:31:00-22:32:00] [22:32:00-22:33:00] [22:33:00-22:34:00] [22:34:00-22:35:00] [22:35:00-22:36:00] [22:36:00-22:37:00] [22:37:00-22:38:00] [22:38:00-22:39:00] [22:39:00-22:40:00] [22:40:00-22:41:00] [22:41:00-22:42:00] [22:42:00-22:43:00] [22:43:00-22:44:00] [22:44:00-22:45:00] [22:45:00-22:46:00] [22:46:00-22:47:00] [22:47:00-22:48:00]

237 Time/Speed report NC97 - kph Date & Time Range 0 to to to to to to to to to > Total [22:48:00-22:49:00] [22:49:00-22:50:00] [22:50:00-22:51:00] [22:51:00-22:52:00] [22:52:00-22:53:00] [22:53:00-22:54:00] [22:54:00-22:55:00] [22:55:00-22:56:00] [22:56:00-22:57:00] [22:57:00-22:58:00] [22:58:00-22:59:00] [22:59:00-23:00:00] Daily Totals: Report Totals: Report Percentages: 11,77% 2,61% 5,94% 10,26% 10,15% 0,00% 0,00% 0,00% 1,80% 4,04% 10,98% 11,07% 31,37% 0,00% 0,00%

238 HI-Star ID:6041 Street:M-1 (E-75) State:SR City: County:deonica kroz BGD Date And Time Range Begin: :00 Lane: KA NISU B Oper: MC Posted: 80 AADT Factor:1 Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report End: :00 Hours: Period: 1 Raw Count: AADT Count: 29,920 Period Occupancy Mon, [23:00-23:01] 15 77KM/H 27 C Dry [23:01-23:02] 8 79KM/H 27 C Dry [23:02-23:03] 9 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:03-23:04] 12 73KM/H 27 C Dry [23:04-23:05] 9 79 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:05-23:06] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:06-23:07] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:07-23:08] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:08-23:09] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:09-23:10] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:10-23:11] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:11-23:12] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:12-23:13] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:13-23:14] 9 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:14-23:15] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:15-23:16] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:16-23:17] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:17-23:18] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:18-23:19] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:19-23:20] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:20-23:21] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:21-23:22] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:22-23:23] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:23-23:24] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:24-23:25] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:25-23:26] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:26-23:27] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:27-23:28] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:28-23:29] 9 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:29-23:30] 9 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:30-23:31] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:31-23:32] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:32-23:33] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:33-23:34] 5 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:34-23:35] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:35-23:36] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:36-23:37] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:37-23:38] 9 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:38-23:39] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:39-23:40] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:40-23:41] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:41-23:42] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:42-23:43] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:43-23:44] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:44-23:45] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:45-23:46] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:46-23:47] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:47-23:48] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:48-23:49] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:49-23:50] 13 80KM/H 27 C Dry [23:50-23:51] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:51-23:52] 13 80KM/H 27 C Dry [23:52-23:53] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:53-23:54] 9 79 KM/H 27 C Dry

239 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [23:54-23:55] 7 79 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:55-23:56] 8 73 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:56-23:57] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:57-23:58] 5 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [23:58-23:59] KM/H 27 C Dry [23:59-00:00] 7 76 KM/H 27 C Dry Tue, [Raw] Volume report Period Occupancy [00:00-00:01] 9 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:01-00:02] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:02-00:03] 8 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:03-00:04] 4 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:04-00:05] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:05-00:06] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:06-00:07] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:07-00:08] 8 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:08-00:09] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:09-00:10] 4 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:10-00:11] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:11-00:12] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:12-00:13] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:13-00:14] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:14-00:15] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:15-00:16] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:16-00:17] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:17-00:18] 4 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:18-00:19] 7 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:19-00:20] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:20-00:21] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:21-00:22] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:22-00:23] 9 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:23-00:24] 6 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:24-00:25] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:25-00:26] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:26-00:27] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:27-00:28] 3 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:28-00:29] 8 79 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:29-00:30] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:30-00:31] 6 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:31-00:32] 4 81 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:32-00:33] 8 80 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:33-00:34] 6 78 KM/H 27 C Dry [00:34-00:35] KM/H 27 C Dry [00:35-00:36] 7 75KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:36-00:37] 4 81 KM/H 27 C Dry 0 [00:37-00:38] KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:38-00:39] KM/H 27 C Dry 3 [00:39-00:40] KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:40-00:41] 9 80 KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:41-00:42] 8 80 KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:42-00:43] 6 70 KM/H 27 C Dry 0 [00:43-00:44] KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:44-00:45] KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:45-00:46] 9 81 KM/H 27 C Dry 1 [00:46-00:47] 7 81 KM/H 27 C Dry 0 [00:47-00:48] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:48-00:49] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:49-00:50] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:50-00:51] 4 66 KM/H 26 C Dry 0

240 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [00:51-00:52] 6 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [00:52-00:53] 4 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:53-00:54] 6 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:54-00:55] 4 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:55-00:56] 5 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:56-00:57] 5 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:57-00:58] 8 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:58-00:59] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [00:59-01:00] 9 74 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:00-01:01] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:01-01:02] 0 OKM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:02-01:03] 7 72 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:03-01:04] 5 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:04-01:05] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:05-01:06] 5 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:06-01:07] 7 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:07-01:08] 5 77 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:08-01:09] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:09-01:10] 3 58 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:10-01:11] 6 74 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:11-01:12] 2 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:12-01:13] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:13-01:14] 6 71 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:14-01:15] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:15-01:16] 2 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:16-01:17] KM/H 26 C Dry 3 [01:17-01:18] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:18-01:19] 4 79 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:19-01:20] 1 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:20-01:21] 4 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:21-01:22] 7 71 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:22-01:23] 7 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:23-01:24] 3 52KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:24-01:25] 5 80KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:25-01:26] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:26-01:27] 9 72KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:27-01:28] 7 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:28-01:29] KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:29-01:30] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:30-01:31] 7 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:31-01:32] KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:32-01:33] 8 79 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:33-01:34] 9 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:34-01:35] 2 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:35-01:36] 4 60 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:36-01:37] 6 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:37-01:38] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:38-01:39] 3 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:39-01:40] 5 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:40-01:41] 9 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:41-01:42] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:42-01:43] 2 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:43-01:44] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:44-01:45] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:45-01:46] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:46-01:47] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:47-01:48] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:48-01:49] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:49-01:50] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 Period Occupancy

241 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [01:50-01:51] 8 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:51-01:52] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:52-01:53] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:53-01:54] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:54-01:55] 7 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:55-01:56] 5 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:56-01:57] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [01:57-01:58] 8 79 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:58-01:59] KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [01:59-02:00] 7 71 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:00-02:01] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:01-02:02] 1 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:02-02:03] 4 62 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:03-02:04] 8 73 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:04-02:05] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:05-02:06] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:06-02:07] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:07-02:08] 3 61 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:08-02:09] 2 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:09-02:10] 3 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:10-02:11] 2 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:11-02:12] 7 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:12-02:13] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:13-02:14] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:14-02:15] 0 OKM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:15-02:16] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:16-02:17] 6 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:17-02:18] 3 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:18-02:19] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:19-02:20] 0 OKM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:20-02:21] 2 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:21-02:22] 4 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:22-02:23] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:23-02:24] 1 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:24-02:25] 8 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:25-02:26] 5 69 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:26-02:27] 7 79 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:27-02:28] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:28-02:29] 7 70 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:29-02:30] 2 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:30-02:31] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:31-02:32] 9 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:32-02:33] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:33-02:34] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:34-02:35] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:35-02:36] 1 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:36-02:37] 8 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:37-02:38] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:38-02:39] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:39-02:40] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:40-02:41] 8 79 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:41-02:42] 9 71 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:42-02:43] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:43-02:44] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:44-02:45] 3 64 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:45-02:46] 0 OKM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:46-02:47] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:47-02:48] 3 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:48-02:49] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 Period Occupancy

242 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [02:49-02:50] 3 77 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:50-02:51] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:51-02:52] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:52-02:53] 6 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:53-02:54] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:54-02:55] 9 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [02:55-02:56] 1 78 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:56-02:57] 4 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:57-02:58] 0 OKM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:58-02:59] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [02:59-03:00] 3 75 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:00-03:01] 1 78KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:01-03:02] 3 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:02-03:03] 6 79KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:03-03:04] 9 77 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [03:04-03:05] 4 80 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:05-03:06] 9 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 1 [03:06-03:07] 4 69 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:07-03:08] 0 OKM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:08-03:09] 2 81 KM/H 26 C Dry 0 [03:09-03:10] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:10-03:11] 3 80 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:11-03:12] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:12-03:13] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:13-03:14] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:14-03:15] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:15-03:16] 3 46 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:16-03:17] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:17-03:18] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:18-03:19] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:19-03:20] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:20-03:21] 6 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:21-03:22] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:22-03:23] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:23-03:24] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:24-03:25] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:25-03:26] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:26-03:27] 4 80 KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [03:27-03:28] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:28-03:29] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:29-03:30] 3 40 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:30-03:31] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:31-03:32] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:32-03:33] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:33-03:34] 7 80 KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [03:34-03:35] 4 76 KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [03:35-03:36] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:36-03:37] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:37-03:38] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:38-03:39] 5 80 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:39-03:40] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:40-03:41] 2 75 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:41-03:42] 1 54 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:42-03:43] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:43-03:44] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:44-03:45] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:45-03:46] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:46-03:47] 7 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:47-03:48] 2 51 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 Period Occupancy

243 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [03:48-03:49] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:49-03:50] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:50-03:51] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:51-03:52] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:52-03:53] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:53-03:54] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:54-03:55] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:55-03:56] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:56-03:57] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:57-03:58] 1 68 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:58-03:59] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [03:59-04:00] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:00-04:01] 2 80 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:01-04:02] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:02-04:03] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:03-04:04] 1 54 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:04-04:05] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:05-04:06] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:06-04:07] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:07-04:08] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:08-04:09] 6 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [04:09-04:10] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:10-04:11] 3 61 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:11-04:12] 5 75 KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [04:12-04:13] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:13-04:14] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:14-04:15] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:15-04:16] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:16-04:17] 4 80 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:17-04:18] 1 64 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:18-04:19] 4 80 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:19-04:20] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:20-04:21] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:21-04:22] 1 78 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:22-04:23] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:23-04:24] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:24-04:25] 2 68 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:25-04:26] 5 79 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:26-04:27] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:27-04:28] 1 44 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:28-04:29] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:29-04:30] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:30-04:31] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:31-04:32] 5 76 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:32-04:33] 5 77 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:33-04:34] 2 79 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:34-04:35] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:35-04:36] 2 51 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [04:36-04:37] 6 51 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:37-04:38] 4 71 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:38-04:39] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:39-04:40] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:40-04:41 ] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:41-04:42] 8 73 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:42-04:43] 3 80 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:43-04:44] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:44-04:45] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:45-04:46] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:46-04:47] 3 55 KM/H 25 C Dry Period Occupancy

244 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [04:47-04:48] 7 72 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:48-04:49] 4 80 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:49-04:50] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry [04:50-04:51] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:51-04:52] 2 75 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:52-04:53] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:53-04:54] 4 79 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:54-04:55] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:55-04:56] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:56-04:57] 6 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:57-04:58] 5 77 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:58-04:59] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [04:59-05:00] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:00-05:01] 0 OKM/H 25 C Dry [05:01-05:02] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:02-05:03] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:03-05:04] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:04-05:05] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:05-05:06] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:06-05:07] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:07-05:08] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:08-05:09] 6 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:09-05:10] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:10-05:11] 9 80 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:11-05:12] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:12-05:13] 9 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:13-05:14] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:14-05:15] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:15-05:16] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:16-05:17] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:17-05:18] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:18-05:19] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:19-05:20] 1 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:20-05:21] 2 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:21-05:22] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:22-05:23] 5 78 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:23-05:24] 9 80 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:24-05:25] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:25-05:26] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:26-05:27] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:27-05:28] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:28-05:29] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:29-05:30] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:30-05:31] 6 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:31-05:32] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:32-05:33] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:33-05:34] 6 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:34-05:35] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:35-05:36] 7 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:36-05:37] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:37-05:38] 9 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:38-05:39] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:39-05:40] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:40-05:41] 6 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:41-05:42] 9 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:42-05:43] 7 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:43-05:44] 2 68 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:44-05:45] 8 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:45-05:46] 5 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [Raw] Volume report Period Occupancy

245 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [05:46-05:47] 8 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:47-05:48] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:48-05:49] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:49-05:50] 8 73 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:50-05:51] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:51-05:52] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:52-05:53] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:53-05:54] 8 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:54-05:55] 3 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:55-05:56] 5 69 KM/H 25 C Dry [05:56-05:57] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:57-05:58] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:58-05:59] KM/H 25 C Dry [05:59-06:00] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:00-06:01] 6 78 KM/H 25 C Dry [06:01-06:02] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:02-06:03] 4 81 KM/H 25 C Dry [06:03-06:04] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:04-06:05] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:05-06:06] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:06-06:07] 8 80 KM/H 25 C Dry [06:07-06:08] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:08-06:09] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:09-06:10] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:10-06:11] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:11-06:12] KM/H 25 C Dry [06:12-06:13] KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [06:13-06:14] 8 81 KM/H 25 C Dry 0 [06:14-06:15] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:15-06:16] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:16-06:17] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:17-06:18] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [06:18-06:19] KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [06:19-06:20] KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [06:20-06:21] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:21-06:22] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:22-06:23] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [06:23-06:24] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:24-06:25] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:25-06:26] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:26-06:27] KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [06:27-06:28] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:28-06:29] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:29-06:30] KM/H 25 C Dry 1 [06:30-06:31] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:31-06:32] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:32-06:33] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [06:33-06:34] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:34-06:35] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:35-06:36] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:36-06:37] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [06:37-06:38] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:38-06:39] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:39-06:40] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [06:40-06:41] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [06:41-06:42] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [06:42-06:43] KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [06:43-06:44] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:44-06:45] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 Period Occupancy

246 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [06:45-06:46] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [06:46-06:47] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [06:47-06:48] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [06:48-06:49] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [06:49-06:50] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [06:50-06:51] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [06:51-06:52] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [06:52-06:53] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:53-06:54] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [06:54-06:55] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [06:55-06:56] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [06:56-06:57] KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [06:57-06:58] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [06:58-06:59] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [06:59-07:00] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:00-07:01] 31 76KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [07:01-07:02] 28 73KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [07:02-07:03] 26 75KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [07:03-07:04] 31 78KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:04-07:05] 19 80KM/H 25 C Dry 3 [07:05-07:06] 31 72KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [07:06-07:07] 33 74KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [07:07-07:08] 29 78KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [07:08-07:09] 29 78KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:09-07:10] 30 74KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:10-07:11] 29 76KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:11-07:12] 35 70KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:12-07:13] 32 65KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:13-07:14] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:14-07:15] 28 74KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [07:15-07:16] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:16-07:17] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:17-07:18] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:18-07:19] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:19-07:20] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:20-07:21] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:21-07:22] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:22-07:23] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:23-07:24] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:24-07:25] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [07:25-07:26] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:26-07:27] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:27-07:28] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:28-07:29] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:29-07:30] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:30-07:31] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:31-07:32] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:32-07:33] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:33-07:34] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:34-07:35] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [07:35-07:36] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:36-07:37] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:37-07:38] KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [07:38-07:39] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:39-07:40] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:40-07:41] KM/H 25 C Dry 16 [07:41-07:42] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:42-07:43] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:43-07:44] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 Period Occupancy

247 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [07:44-07:45] KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [07:45-07:46] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:46-07:47] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:47-07:48] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:48-07:49] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:49-07:50] 37 62KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:50-07:51] 38 60KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [07:51-07:52] 38 56KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:52-07:53] 33 62KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:53-07:54] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [07:54-07:55] 28 66KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:55-07:56] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [07:56-07:57] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [07:57-07:58] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:58-07:59] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [07:59-08:00] KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [08:00-08:01] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:01-08:02] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [08:02-08:03] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:03-08:04] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:04-08:05] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:05-08:06] KM/H 25 C Dry 21 [08:06-08:07] KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [08:07-08:08] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:08-08:09] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:09-08:10] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:10-08:11] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:11-08:12] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:12-08:13] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:13-08:14] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:14-08:15] KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [08:15-08:16] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:16-08:17] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:17-08:18] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:18-08:19] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:19-08:20] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:20-08:21] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [08:21-08:22] KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [08:22-08:23] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:23-08:24] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:24-08:25] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:25-08:26] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:26-08:27] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:27-08:28] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:28-08:29] KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:29-08:30] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:30-08:31] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:31-08:32] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:32-08:33] KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:33-08:34] KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:34-08:35] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:35-08:36] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:36-08:37] KM/H 25 C Dry 14 [08:37-08:38] 26 73KM/H 25 C Dry 6 [08:38-08:39] 37 60KM/H 25 C Dry 19 [08:39-08:40] 22 78KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [08:40-08:41] 27 72KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:41-08:42] 31 73KM/H 25 C Dry 8 [08:42-08:43] 37 73KM/H 25 C Dry 8 Period Occupancy

248 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [08:43-08:44] 32 70KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [08:44-08:45] 40 65KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [08:45-08:46] 28 73KM/H 25 C Dry 9 [08:46-08:47] 23 73KM/H 25 C Dry 4 [08:47-08:48] KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [08:48-08:49] 38 59KM/H 25 C Dry 13 [08:49-08:50] KM/H 25 C Dry 11 [08:50-08:51] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [08:51-08:52] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [08:52-08:53] KM/H 26 C Dry 14 [08:53-08:54] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [08:54-08:55] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [08:55-08:56] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [08:56-08:57] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [08:57-08:58] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [08:58-08:59] KM/H 26 C Dry 14 [08:59-09:00] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:00-09:01] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:01-09:02] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:02-09:03] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:03-09:04] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:04-09:05] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [09:05-09:06] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:06-09:07] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:07-09:08] KM/H 26 C Dry 16 [09:08-09:09] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [09:09-09:10] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:10-09:11] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:11-09:12] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:12-09:13] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:13-09:14] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:14-09:15] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:15-09:16] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:16-09:17] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [09:17-09:18] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:18-09:19] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:19-09:20] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:20-09:21] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:21-09:22] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [09:22-09:23] KM/H 26 C Dry 14 [09:23-09:24] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:24-09:25] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:25-09:26] 23 75KM/H 26 C Dry 3 [09:26-09:27] 28 68KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:27-09:28] 37 52KM/H 26 C Dry 16 [09:28-09:29] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:29-09:30] 21 76KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:30-09:31] KM/H 26 C Dry 14 [09:31-09:32] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [09:32-09:33] KM/H 26 C Dry 14 [09:33-09:34] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [09:34-09:35] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:35-09:36] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:36-09:37] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:37-09:38] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:38-09:39] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [09:39-09:40] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [09:40-09:41] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:41-09:42] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 Period Occupancy

249 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [09:42-09:43] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:43-09:44] KM/H 26 C Dry 16 [09:44-09:45] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:45-09:46] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:46-09:47] KM/H 26 C Dry 16 [09:47-09:48] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:48-09:49] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [09:49-09:50] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:50-09:51] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:51-09:52] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:52-09:53] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [09:53-09:54] KM/H 26 C Dry 11 [09:54-09:55] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [09:55-09:56] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [09:56-09:57] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:57-09:58] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [09:58-09:59] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [09:59-10:00] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [10:00-10:01] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [10:01-10:02] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [10:02-10:03] KM/H 26 C Dry 16 [10:03-10:04] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [10:04-10:05] KM/H 26 C Dry 13 [10:05-10:06] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [10:06-10:07] KM/H 26 C Dry 4 [10:07-10:08] KM/H 26 C Dry 6 [10:08-10:09] KM/H 26 C Dry 14 [10:09-10:10] KM/H 26 C Dry 8 [10:10-10:11] KM/H 26 C Dry 9 [10:11-10:12] KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:12-10:13] KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:13-10:14] 30 76KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:14-10:15] 26 67KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:15-10:16] 25 75KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:16-10:17] 31 67KM/H 27 C Dry 9 [10:17-10:18] 26 72KM/H 27 C Dry 14 [10:18-10:19] 26 62KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:19-10:20] 34 73KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:20-10:21] 42 66KM/H 27 C Dry 13 [10:21-10:22] KM/H 27 C Dry 13 [10:22-10:23] 29 74KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:23-10:24] KM/H 27 C Dry 4 [10:24-10:25] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:25-10:26] KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:26-10:27] KM/H 27 C Dry 4 [10:27-10:28] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:28-10:29] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:29-10:30] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:30-10:31] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:31-10:32] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:32-10:33] KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:33-10:34] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:34-10:35] KM/H 27 C Dry 8 [10:35-10:36] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:36-10:37] KM/H 27 C Dry 11 [10:37-10:38] KM/H 27 C Dry 9 [10:38-10:39] KM/H 27 C Dry 6 [10:39-10:40] KM/H 27 C Dry 13 [10:40-10:41] KM/H 27 C Dry 13 Period Occupancy

250 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [10:41-10:42] KM/H 27 C Dry 11 [10:42-10:43] KM/H 27 C Dry 23 [10:43-10:44] KM/H 27 C Dry 16 [10:44-10:45] KM/H 27 C Dry 11 [10:45-10:46] KM/H 27 C Dry 26 [10:46-10:47] KM/H 27 C Dry 31 [10:47-10:48] KM/H 27 C Dry 99 [10:48-10:49] KM/H 27 C Dry 28 [10:49-10:50] KM/H 27 C Dry 23 [10:50-10:51] KM/H 27 C Dry 26 [10:51-10:52] KM/H 27 C Dry 28 [10:52-10:53] KM/H 27 C Dry 99 [10:53-10:54] KM/H 27 C Dry 13 [10:54-10:55] KM/H 27 C Dry 25 [10:55-10:56] KM/H 27 C Dry 21 [10:56-10:57] KM/H 27 C Dry 17 [10:57-10:58] KM/H 27 C Dry 21 [10:58-10:59] KM/H 27 C Dry 13 [10:59-11:00] KM/H 27 C Dry 23 [11:00-11:01] KM/H 27 C Dry 17 [11:01-11:02] 21 20KM/H 27 C Dry 99 [11:02-11:03] 6 20KM/H 27 C Dry 36 [11:03-11:04] 18 20KM/H 27 C Dry 31 [11:04-11:05] 16 20KM/H 27 C Dry 99 [11:05-11:06] 11 20KM/H 27 C Dry 42 [11:06-11:07] 14 20KM/H 27 C Dry 99 [11:07-11:08] 20 20KM/H 28 C Dry 19 [11:08-11:09] 15 20KM/H 28 C Dry 41 [11:09-11:10] 24 20KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:10-11:11] 32 22KM/H 28 C Dry 17 [11:11-11:12] 20 20KM/H 28 C Dry 19 [11:12-11:13] 23 22KM/H 28 C Dry 19 [11:13-11:14] 18 20KM/H 28 C Dry 14 [11:14-11:15] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:15-11:16] 30 28KM/H 28 C Dry 14 [11:16-11:17] KM/H 28 C Dry 16 [11:17-11:18] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:18-11:19] KM/H 28 C Dry 26 [11:19-11:20] KM/H 28 C Dry 16 [11:20-11:21] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:21-11:22] KM/H 28 C Dry 23 [11:22-11:23] KM/H 28 C Dry 29 [11:23-11:24] 8 20 KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [11:24-11:25] KM/H 28 C Dry 31 [11:25-11:26] KM/H 28 C Dry 28 [11:26-11:27] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:27-11:28] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:28-11:29] KM/H 28 C Dry 19 [11:29-11:30] KM/H 28 C Dry 16 [11:30-11:31] KM/H 28 C Dry 39 [11:31-11:32] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:32-11:33] KM/H 28 C Dry 16 [11:33-11:34] KM/H 28 C Dry 14 [11:34-11:35] KM/H 28 C Dry 19 [11:35-11:36] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:36-11:37] KM/H 28 C Dry 6 [11:37-11:38] KM/H 28 C Dry 4 [11:38-11:39] KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [11:39-11:40] KM/H 28 C Dry 14 Period Occupancy

251 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [11:40-11:41] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:41-11:42] KM/H 28 C Dry 21 [11:42-11:43] KM/H 28 C Dry 14 [11:43-11:44] KM/H 28 C Dry 29 [11:44-11:45] KM/H 28 C Dry 17 [11:45-11:46] KM/H 28 C Dry 17 [11:46-11:47] KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [11:47-11:48] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:48-11:49] KM/H 28 C Dry 11 [11:49-11:50] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:50-11:51] 22 77KM/H 28 C Dry 4 [11:51-11:52] 29 69KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [11:52-11:53] 19 78KM/H 28 C Dry 4 [11:53-11:54] 26 76KM/H 28 C Dry 6 [11:54-11:55] 31 72KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:55-11:56] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:56-11:57] 25 80KM/H 28 C Dry 6 [11:57-11:58] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:58-11:59] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:59-12:00] KM/H 28 C Dry 13 [12:00-12:01] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [12:01-12:02] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [12:02-12:03] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [12:03-12:04] KM/H 28 C Dry 4 [12:04-12:05] KM/H 28 C Dry 6 [12:05-12:06] KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [12:06-12:07] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [12:07-12:08] KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [12:08-12:09] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:09-12:10] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [12:10-12:11] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:11-12:12] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:12-12:13] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:13-12:14] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [12:14-12:15] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:15-12:16] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:16-12:17] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:17-12:18] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:18-12:19] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:19-12:20] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:20-12:21] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:21-12:22] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:22-12:23] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:23-12:24] KM/H 29 C Dry 17 [12:24-12:25] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:25-12:26] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:26-12:27] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:27-12:28] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:28-12:29] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:29-12:30] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:30-12:31] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:31-12:32] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [12:32-12:33] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:33-12:34] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:34-12:35] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:35-12:36] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:36-12:37] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:37-12:38] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:38-12:39] 32 57KM/H 29 C Dry 9 Period Occupancy

252 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [12:39-12:40] 28 76KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:40-12:41] 29 76KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:41-12:42] 30 75KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:42-12:43] 32 72KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:43-12:44] 33 63KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:44-12:45] 36 69KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:45-12:46] 27 68KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:46-12:47] 38 53KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:47-12:48] 35 69KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:48-12:49] 36 65KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:49-12:50] 33 66KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:50-12:51] 28 76KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:51-12:52] 33 72KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:52-12:53] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:53-12:54] 34 53KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:54-12:55] KM/H 29 C Dry 16 [12:55-12:56] KM/H 29 C Dry 17 [12:56-12:57] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:57-12:58] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:58-12:59] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:59-13:00] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:00-13:01] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:01-13:02] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [13:02-13:03] KM/H 29 C Dry 17 [13:03-13:04] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [13:04-13:05] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:05-13:06] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:06-13:07] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:07-13:08] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:08-13:09] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:09-13:10] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:10-13:11] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:11-13:12] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:12-13:13] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:13-13:14] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:14-13:15] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:15-13:16] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:16-13:17] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:17-13:18] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:18-13:19] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:19-13:20] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:20-13:21] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:21-13:22] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [13:22-13:23] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:23-13:24] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:24-13:25] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:25-13:26] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [11:50-11:51] 22 77KM/H 28 C Dry 4 [11:51-11:52] 29 69KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [11:52-11:53] 19 78KM/H 28 C Dry 4 [11:53-11:54] 26 76KM/H 28 C Dry 6 [11:54-11:55] 31 72KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:55-11:56] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:56-11:57] 25 80KM/H 28 C Dry 6 [11:57-11:58] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:58-11:59] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [11:59-12:00] KM/H 28 C Dry 13 [12:00-12:01] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [12:01-12:02] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 Period Occupancy

253 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [12:02-12:03] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [12:03-12:04] KM/H 28 C Dry 4 [12:04-12:05] KM/H 28 C Dry 6 [12:05-12:06] KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [12:06-12:07] KM/H 28 C Dry 9 [12:07-12:08] KM/H 28 C Dry 8 [12:08-12:09] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:09-12:10] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [12:10-12:11] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:11-12:12] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:12-12:13] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:13-12:14] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [12:14-12:15] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:15-12:16] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:16-12:17] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:17-12:18] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:18-12:19] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:19-12:20] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:20-12:21] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:21-12:22] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:22-12:23] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:23-12:24] KM/H 29 C Dry 17 [12:24-12:25] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:25-12:26] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:26-12:27] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:27-12:28] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:28-12:29] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:29-12:30] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:30-12:31] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:31-12:32] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [12:32-12:33] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:33-12:34] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:34-12:35] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:35-12:36] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:36-12:37] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:37-12:38] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:38-12:39] 32 57KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:39-12:40] 28 76KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:40-12:41] 29 76KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [12:41-12:42] 30 75KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:42-12:43] 32 72KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:43-12:44] 33 63KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:44-12:45] 36 69KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:45-12:46] 27 68KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:46-12:47] 38 53KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:47-12:48] 35 69KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:48-12:49] 36 65KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:49-12:50] 33 66KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:50-12:51] 28 76KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:51-12:52] 33 72KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [12:52-12:53] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:53-12:54] 34 53KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [12:54-12:55] KM/H 29 C Dry 16 [12:55-12:56] KM/H 29 C Dry 17 [12:56-12:57] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [12:57-12:58] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [12:58-12:59] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [12:59-13:00] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:00-13:01] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 Period Occupancy

254 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [13:01-13:02] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [13:02-13:03] KM/H 29 C Dry 17 [13:03-13:04] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [13:04-13:05] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:05-13:06] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:06-13:07] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:07-13:08] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:08-13:09] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:09-13:10] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:10-13:11] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:11-13:12] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:12-13:13] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:13-13:14] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:14-13:15] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:15-13:16] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:16-13:17] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:17-13:18] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:18-13:19] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:19-13:20] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:20-13:21] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:21-13:22] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [13:22-13:23] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:23-13:24] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:24-13:25] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:25-13:26] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [13:26-13:27] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:27-13:28] 41 58KM/H 29 C Dry 16 [13:28-13:29] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:29-13:30] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:30-13:31] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:31-13:32] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [13:32-13:33] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:33-13:34] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [13:34-13:35] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:35-13:36] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:36-13:37] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [13:37-13:38] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:38-13:39] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:39-13:40] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:40-13:41] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:41-13:42] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [13:42-13:43] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:43-13:44] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:44-13:45] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [13:45-13:46] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:46-13:47] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:47-13:48] KM/H 29 C Dry 13 [13:48-13:49] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:49-13:50] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:50-13:51] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [13:51-13:52] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:52-13:53] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:53-13:54] KM/H 29 C Dry 9 [13:54-13:55] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [13:55-13:56] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [13:56-13:57] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [13:57-13:58] KM/H 29 C Dry 14 [13:58-13:59] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [13:59-14:00] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 Period Occupancy

255 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [14:00-14:01] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [14:01-14:02] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:02-14:03] KM/H 30 C Dry 17 [14:03-14:04] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:04-14:05] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:05-14:06] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:06-14:07] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:07-14:08] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:08-14:09] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:09-14:10] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [14:10-14:11] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:11-14:12] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:12-14:13] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:13-14:14] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [14:14-14:15] 35 69KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:15-14:16] 31 72KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:16-14:17] 29 77KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:17-14:18] 37 72KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:18-14:19] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:19-14:20] 36 52KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [14:20-14:21] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:21-14:22] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:22-14:23] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [14:23-14:24] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [14:24-14:25] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:25-14:26] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [14:26-14:27] KM/H 30 C Dry 23 [14:27-14:28] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [14:28-14:29] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [14:29-14:30] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:30-14:31] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [14:31-14:32] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [14:32-14:33] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:33-14:34] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:34-14:35] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:35-14:36] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:36-14:37] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:37-14:38] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:38-14:39] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:39-14:40] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:40-14:41] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:41-14:42] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [14:42-14:43] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [14:43-14:44] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:44-14:45] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:45-14:46] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:46-14:47] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:47-14:48] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [14:48-14:49] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:49-14:50] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:50-14:51] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:51-14:52] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [14:52-14:53] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:53-14:54] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [14:54-14:55] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:55-14:56] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [14:56-14:57] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [14:57-14:58] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [14:58-14:59] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 Period Occupancy

256 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [14:59-15:00] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:00-15:01] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:01-15:02] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [15:02-15:03] 29 28KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [15:03-15:04] KM/H 30 C Dry 23 [15:04-15:05] 30 23KM/H 30 C Dry 23 [15:05-15:06] KM/H 30 C Dry 28 [15:06-15:07] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [15:07-15:08] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:08-15:09] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [15:09-15:10] KM/H 30 C Dry 17 [15:10-15:11] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [15:11-15:12] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:12-15:13] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:13-15:14] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:14-15:15] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:15-15:16] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [15:16-15:17] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:17-15:18] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:18-15:19] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [15:19-15:20] KM/H 30 C Dry 25 [15:20-15:21] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [15:21-15:22] KM/H 30 C Dry 17 [15:22-15:23] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:23-15:24] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:24-15:25] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [15:25-15:26] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [15:26-15:27] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:27-15:28] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:28-15:29] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:29-15:30] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:30-15:31] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:31-15:32] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:32-15:33] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:33-15:34] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [15:34-15:35] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:35-15:36] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:36-15:37] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:37-15:38] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [15:38-15:39] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:39-15:40] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [15:40-15:41] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:41-15:42] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:42-15:43] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:43-15:44] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [15:44-15:45] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:45-15:46] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [15:46-15:47] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:47-15:48] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [15:48-15:49] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:49-15:50] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [15:50-15:51] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [15:51-15:52] 43 63KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [15:52-15:53] 36 63KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:53-15:54] 29 67KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [15:54-15:55] 30 74KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [15:55-15:56] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [15:56-15:57] 30 64KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [15:57-15:58] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 Period Occupancy

257 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report Period Occupancy [15:58-15:59] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [15:59-16:00] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [16:00-16:01] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [16:01-16:02] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [16:02-16:03] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [16:03-16:04] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [16:04-16:05] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [16:05-16:06] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [16:06-16:07] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [16:07-16:08] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [16:08-16:09] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [16:09-16:10] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [16:10-16:11] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [16:11-16:12] KM/H 30 C Dry 33 [16:12-16:13] KM/H 30 C Dry 16 [16:13-16:14] KM/H 30 C Dry 19 [16:14-16:15] KM/H 30 C Dry 25 [16:15-16:16] KM/H 30 C Dry 29 [16:16-16:17] KM/H 30 C Dry 17 [16:17-16:18] KM/H 30 C Dry 17 [16:18-16:19] KM/H 30 C Dry 14 [16:19-16:20] KM/H 30 C Dry 17 [16:20-16:21] KM/H 30 C Dry 23 [16:21-16:22] KM/H 30 C Dry 21 [16:22-16:23] KM/H 30 C Dry 26 [16:23-16:24] KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [16:24-16:25] KM/H 31 C Dry 25 [16:25-16:26] KM/H 31 C Dry 36 [16:26-16:27] KM/H 31 C Dry 16 [16:27-16:28] KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [16:28-16:29] KM/H 31 C Dry 21 [16:29-16:30] KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [16:30-16:31] KM/H 31 C Dry 16 [16:31-16:32] KM/H 31 C Dry 26 [16:32-16:33] KM/H 31 C Dry 29 [16:33-16:34] KM/H 31 C Dry 16 [16:34-16:35] KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [16:35-16:36] KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [16:36-16:37] KM/H 31 C Dry 17 [16:37-16:38] KM/H 31 C Dry 34 [16:38-16:39] KM/H 31 C Dry 19 [16:39-16:40] 24 20KM/H 31 C Dry 19 [16:40-16:41] 18 20KM/H 31 C Dry 19 [16:41-16:42] 15 20KM/H 31 C Dry 31 [16:42-16:43] 18 26KM/H 31 C Dry 29 [16:43-16:44] 19 20KM/H 31 C Dry 16 [16:44-16:45] 19 20KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [16:45-16:46] 20 20KM/H 31 C Dry 31 [16:46-16:47] 23 20KM/H 31 C Dry 19 [16:47-16:48] 20 20KM/H 31 C Dry 25 [16:48-16:49] 19 20KM/H 31 C Dry 19 [16:49-16:50] 23 28KM/H 31 C Dry 31 [16:50-16:51] KM/H 31 C Dry 99 [16:51-16:52] 17 22KM/H 31 C Dry 28 [16:52-16:53] KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [16:53-16:54] KM/H 31 C Dry 36 [16:54-16:55] KM/H 31 C Dry 21 [16:55-16:56] KM/H 31 C Dry 25 [16:56-16:57] KM/H 31 C Dry 21

258 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report Period Occupancy [16:57-16:58] KM/H 31 C Dry 17 [16:58-16:59] KM/H 31 C Dry 26 [16:59-17:00] KM/H 31 C Dry 17 [17:00-17:01] KM/H 31 C Dry 25 [17:01-17:02] KM/H 31 C Dry 13 [17:02-17:03] KM/H 31 C Dry 19 [17:03-17:04] KM/H 31 C Dry 99 [17:04-17:05] KM/H 31 C Dry 17 [17:05-17:06] KM/H 31 C Dry 9 [17:06-17:07] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [17:07-17:08] KM/H 31 c Dry 19 [17:08-17:09] KM/H 31 c Dry 99 [17:09-17:10] KM/H 31 c Dry 99 [17:10-17:11] KM/H 31 c Dry 28 [17:11-17:12] KM/H 31 c Dry 25 [17:12-17:13] KM/H 31 c Dry 99 [17:13-17:14] KM/H 31 c Dry 4 [17:14-17:15] KM/H 31 c Dry 99 [17:15-17:16] KM/H 31 c Dry 9 [17:16-17:17] KM/H 31 c Dry 19 [17:17-17:18] KM/H 31 c Dry 31 [17:18-17:19] KM/H 31 c Dry 25 [17:19-17:20] KM/H 31 c Dry 28 [17:20-17:21] KM/H 31 c Dry 17 [17:21-17:22] KM/H 31 c Dry 19 [17:22-17:23] KM/H 31 c Dry 17 [17:23-17:24] KM/H 31 c Dry 19 [17:24-17:25] KM/H 31 c Dry 17 [17:25-17:26] KM/H 31 c Dry 14 [17:26-17:27] KM/H 31 c Dry 17 [17:27-17:28] 18 20KM/H 31 C Dry 16 [17:28-17:29] 22 20KM/H 31 C Dry 19 [17:29-17:30] 15 20KM/H 31 C Dry 38 [17:30-17:31] 20 20KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [17:31-17:32] 18 20KM/H 31 C Dry 26 [17:32-17:33] 21 28KM/H 31 C Dry 99 [17:33-17:34] 22 36KM/H 31 C Dry 13 [17:34-17:35] 21 25KM/H 31 C Dry 23 [17:35-17:36] 17 20KM/H 31 C Dry 29 [17:36-17:37] 23 20KM/H 32 C Dry 29 [17:37-17:38] 24 20KM/H 32 C Dry 23 [17:38-17:39] 19 20KM/H 32 C Dry 14 [17:39-17:40] 18 22KM/H 32 C Dry 14 [17:40-17:41] 16 20KM/H 32 C Dry 99 [17:41-17:42] 23 20KM/H 32 C Dry 21 [17:42-17:43] KM/H 32 C Dry 17 [17:43-17:44] KM/H 32 C Dry 17 [17:44-17:45] KM/H 32 C Dry 23 [17:45-17:46] KM/H 32 C Dry 31 [17:46-17:47] KM/H 32 C Dry 14 [17:47-17:48] KM/H 32 C Dry 21 [17:48-17:49] KM/H 32 C Dry 26 [17:49-17:50] KM/H 32 C Dry 29 [17:50-17:51] KM/H 32 C Dry 26 [17:51-17:52] KM/H 32 C Dry 14 [17:52-17:53] KM/H 32 C Dry 26

259 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report Period Occupancy [17:53-17:54] KM/H 32 C Dry 26 [17:54-17:55] KM/H 32 C Dry 21 [17:55-17:56] KM/H 32 C Dry 25 [17:56-17:57] KM/H 32 C Dry 19 [17:57-17:58] KM/H 32 C Dry 19 [17:58-17:59] KM/H 32 C Dry 19 [17:59-18:00] KM/H 32 C Dry 19 [18:00-18:01] KM/H 32 C Dry 25 [18:01-18:02] KM/H 32 C Dry 21 [18:02-18:03] KM/H 32 C Dry 6 [18:03-18:04] KM/H 32 C Dry 6 [18:04-18:05] KM/H 32 C Dry 13 [18:05-18:06] KM/H 32 C Dry 16 [18:06-18:07] KM/H 32 C Dry 13 [18:07-18:08] KM/H 32 C Dry 11 [18:08-18:09] KM/H 31 C Dry 11 [18:09-18:10] KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [18:10-18:11] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:11-18:12] KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [18:12-18:13] KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [18:13-18:14] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:14-18:15] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:15-18:16] 25 76KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [18:16-18:17] 28 72KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:17-18:18] 35 76KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:18-18:19] 19 79KM/H 31 C Dry 3 [18:19-18:20] 33 68KM/H 31 C Dry 9 [18:20-18:21] 17 73KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [18:21-18:22] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:22-18:23] 29 77KM/H 32 C Dry 6 [18:23-18:24] KM/H 32 C Dry 9 [18:24-18:25] KM/H 32 C Dry 9 [18:25-18:26] KM/H 32 C Dry 9 [18:26-18:27] KM/H 32 C Dry 4 [18:27-18:28] KM/H 32 C Dry 4 [18:28-18:29] KM/H 32 C Dry 8 [18:29-18:30] KM/H 32 C Dry 6 [18:30-18:31] KM/H 32 C Dry 11 [18:31-18:32] KM/H 32 C Dry 4 [18:32-18:33] KM/H 32 C Dry 4 [18:33-18:34] KM/H 32 C Dry 4 [18:34-18:35] KM/H 32 C Dry 6 [18:35-18:36] KM/H 32 C Dry 4 [18:36-18:37] KM/H 32 C Dry 9 [18:37-18:38] KM/H 31 C Dry 9 [18:38-18:39] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:39-18:40] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:40-18:41] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:41-18:42] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:42-18:43] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:43-18:44] KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [18:44-18:45] KM/H 31 C Dry 11 [18:45-18:46] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:46-18:47] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:47-18:48] KM/H 31 C Dry 11 [18:48-18:49] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:49-18:50] KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [18:50-18:51] KM/H 31 C Dry 13 [18:51-18:52] KM/H 31 C Dry 6

260 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report Period Occupancy [18:52-18:53] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:53-18:54] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [18:54-18:55] KM/H 31 C Dry 9 [18:55-18:56] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [18:56-18:57] KM/H 31 C Dry 3 [18:57-18:58] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [18:58-18:59] KM/H 31 c Dry 4 [18:59-19:00] KM/H 31 c Dry 6 [19:00-19:01] KM/H 31 c Dry 6 [19:01-19:02] KM/H 31 c Dry 9 [19:02-19:03] KM/H 31 c Dry 9 [19:03-19:04] 35 75KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [19:04-19:05] 22 74KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [19:05-19:06] KM/H 31 C Dry 1 [19:06-19:07] 29 78KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [19:07-19:08] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [19:08-19:09] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [19:09-19:10] KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [19:10-19:11] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [19:11-19:12] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [19:12-19:13] KM/H 31 C Dry 9 [19:13-19:14] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [19:14-19:15] KM/H 31 C Dry 4 [19:15-19:16] KM/H 31 C Dry 9 [19:16-19:17] KM/H 31 C Dry 8 [19:17-19:18] KM/H 31 C Dry 6 [19:18-19:19] KM/H 31 C Dry 9 [19:19-19:20] KM/H 31 C Dry 3 [19:20-19:21] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [19:21-19:22] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [19:22-19:23] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [19:23-19:24] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [19:24-19:25] KM/H 31 c Dry 6 [19:25-19:26] KM/H 31 c Dry 9 [19:26-19:27] KM/H 31 c Dry 6 [19:27-19:28] KM/H 31 c Dry 6 [19:28-19:29] KM/H 31 c Dry 6 [19:29-19:30] KM/H 31 c Dry 4 [19:30-19:31] KM/H 31 c Dry 4 [19:31-19:32] KM/H 31 c Dry 4 [19:32-19:33] KM/H 31 c Dry 4 [19:33-19:34] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [19:34-19:35] KM/H 31 c Dry 6 [19:35-19:36] KM/H 31 c Dry 4 [19:36-19:37] KM/H 31 c Dry 8 [19:37-19:38] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [19:38-19:39] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [19:39-19:40] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:40-19:41] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [19:41-19:42] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:42-19:43] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [19:43-19:44] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [19:44-19:45] KM/H 30 C Dry 6

261 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report Period Occupancy [19:45-19:46] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [19:46-19:47] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:47-19:48] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:48-19:49] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:49-19:50] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [19:50-19:51] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [19:51-19:52] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:52-19:53] 23 80KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [19:53-19:54] 23 75KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [19:54-19:55] 27 76KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:55-19:56] 18 79KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [19:56-19:57] 18 80KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [19:57-19:58] 29 78KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [19:58-19:59] 22 79KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [19:59-20:00] 27 73KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:00-20:01] 28 77KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:01-20:02] 22 76KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [20:02-20:03] 29 77KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [20:03-20:04] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [20:04-20:05] 25 73KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [20:05-20:06] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [20:06-20:07] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:07-20:08] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:08-20:09] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:09-20:10] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:10-20:11] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:11-20:12] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:12-20:13] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:13-20:14] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:14-20:15] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:15-20:16] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:16-20:17] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [20:17-20:18] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [20:18-20:19] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:19-20:20] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:20-20:21] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:21-20:22] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [20:22-20:23] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:23-20:24] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [20:24-20:25] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [20:25-20:26] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:26-20:27] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [20:27-20:28] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [20:28-20:29] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [20:29-20:30] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [20:30-20:31] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:31-20:32] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [20:32-20:33] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [20:33-20:34] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:34-20:35] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [20:35-20:36] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [20:36-20:37] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:37-20:38] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:38-20:39] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [20:39-20:40] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:40-20:41] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [20:41-20:42] 25 66KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:42-20:43] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:43-20:44] KM/H 30 C Dry 8

262 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [20:44-20:45] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [20:45-20:46] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:46-20:47] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:47-20:48] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:48-20:49] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [20:49-20:50] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:50-20:51] KM/H 30 C Dry 13 [20:51-20:52] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [20:52-20:53] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:53-20:54] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [20:54-20:55] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:55-20:56] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:56-20:57] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:57-20:58] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [20:58-20:59] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [20:59-21:00] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:00-21:01] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [21:01-21:02] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:02-21:03] KM/H 30 C Dry 11 [21:03-21:04] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:04-21:05] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [21:05-21:06] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:06-21:07] KM/H 30 C Dry 8 [21:07-21:08] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:08-21:09] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [21:09-21:10] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:10-21:11] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:11-21:12] KM/H 30 C Dry 9 [21:12-21:13] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [21:13-21:14] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:14-21:15] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:15-21:16] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:16-21:17] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:17-21:18] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:18-21:19] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:19-21:20] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:20-21:21] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:21-21:22] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [21:22-21:23] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [21:23-21:24] KM/H 30 C Dry 6 [21:24-21:25] KM/H 30 C Dry 4 [21:25-21:26] KM/H 30 C Dry 3 [21:26-21:27] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [21:27-21:28] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [21:28-21:29] 33 77KM/H 29 C Dry [21:29-21:30] 22 79KM/H 29 C Dry [21:30-21:31] 25 77KM/H 29 C Dry [21:31-21:32] 21 77KM/H 29 C Dry [21:32-21:33] 17 76KM/H 29 C Dry [21:33-21:34] 24 72KM/H 29 C Dry [21:34-21:35] 17 79KM/H 29 C Dry [21:35-21:36] 25 76KM/H 29 C Dry [21:36-21:37] 24 73KM/H 29 C Dry [21:37-21:38] 24 79KM/H 29 C Dry [21:38-21:39] 23 78KM/H 29 C Dry [21:39-21:40] 18 80KM/H 29 C Dry [21:40-21:41] 15 78KM/H 29 C Dry [21:41-21:42] 24 77KM/H 29 C Dry [21:42-21:43] 18 79KM/H 29 C Dry Period Occupancy

263 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [21:43-21:44] 13 80KM/H 29 C Dry [21:44-21:45] 19 80KM/H 29 C Dry [21:45-21:46] 26 77KM/H 29 C Dry [21:46-21:47] 23 78KM/H 29 C Dry [21:47-21:48] 27 73KM/H 29 C Dry [21:48-21:49] 17 79KM/H 29 C Dry [21:49-21:50] 19 78KM/H 29 C Dry [21:50-21:51] 21 77KM/H 29 C Dry [21:51-21:52] 16 80KM/H 29 C Dry [21:52-21:53] 14 77KM/H 29 C Dry [21:53-21:54] 20 79KM/H 29 C Dry [21:54-21:55] 25 72KM/H 29 C Dry [21:55-21:56] 23 78KM/H 29 C Dry [21:56-21:57] 25 75KM/H 29 C Dry [21:57-21:58] 19 79KM/H 29 C Dry [21:58-21:59] 19 78KM/H 29 C Dry [21:59-22:00] 22 74KM/H 29 C Dry [22:00-22:01] 22 77KM/H 29 C Dry [22:01-22:02] 10 80KM/H 29 C Dry [22:02-22:03] 18 75KM/H 29 C Dry [22:03-22:04] 14 74KM/H 29 C Dry [22:04-22:05] 8 80KM/H 29 C Dry [22:05-22:06] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:06-22:07] 16 79KM/H 29 C Dry [22:07-22:08] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:08-22:09] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:09-22:10] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:10-22:11] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:11-22:12] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:12-22:13] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:13-22:14] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:14-22:15] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:15-22:16] KM/H 29 C Dry [22:16-22:17] 18 80KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:17-22:18] 24 78KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [22:18-22:19] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [22:19-22:20] 17 75KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:20-22:21] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [22:21-22:22] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:22-22:23] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:23-22:24] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:24-22:25] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:25-22:26] 8 80 KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:26-22:27] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:27-22:28] KM/H 29 C Dry 11 [22:28-22:29] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:29-22:30] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:30-22:31] KM/H 29 C Dry 8 [22:31-22:32] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:32-22:33] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:33-22:34] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:34-22:35] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [22:35-22:36] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:36-22:37] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:37-22:38] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:38-22:39] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:39-22:40] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [22:40-22:41] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:41-22:42] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 Period Occupancy

264 Date And Time Range Period Volume Average Speed Roadway Temperature Roadway Surface Wet/Dry [Raw] Volume report [22:42-22:43] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:43-22:44] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:44-22:45] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:45-22:46] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:46-22:47] KM/H 29 C Dry 4 [22:47-22:48] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:48-22:49] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:49-22:50] KM/H 29 C Dry 6 [22:50-22:51] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:51-22:52] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:52-22:53] KM/H 29 C Dry 1 [22:53-22:54] KM/H 29 C Dry 3 [22:54-22:55] KM/H 28 C Dry 1 [22:55-22:56] KM/H 28 C Dry 3 [22:56-22:57] 9 80 KM/H 28 C Dry 1 [22:57-22:58] 6 80 KM/H 28 C Dry 0 [22:58-22:59] KM/H 28 C Dry 1 [22:59-23:00] KM/H 28 C Dry 4 Period Occupancy

265 Frequency Speed (km/h) Volume (veh/min)

266 Speed Capacity Ve (km.h) Q per line (veh/h)

267 Free flow V Q Speed (km/h) Linear (Speed (km/h))

268 90 Congestion flow y = 0,0038x + 71,171 R 2 = 0,034 Speed (km/h) Linear (Speed (km/h)) Poly. (Speed (km/h)) y = 9E 06x 2 + 0,0298x + 39,001 R 2 = 0,

269 90 Stop and go y = 2E 05x 2 0,0405x + 42,25 R 2 = 0, Speed (km/h) 20 Poly. (Speed (km/h))

270 Appendix J FREE-FLOW SPEED SURVEY DATA

271 M1-survey_passenger cars Date Time Period Weather Road surface conditions conditions to 11 Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

272 M1-survey_passenger cars Speed kph Frequency

273 M1-survey_passenger cars Speed kph Frequency

274 Date Time Period Weather conditions Road surface conditions to 11 Sunny Dry M1-survey_buses Speed kph Frequency

275 M1-survey_buses Speed kph Frequency

276 Date Time Period M1-survey_trucks (2 axles, 4 wheels) Weather conditions Road surface conditions to 11 Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

277 M1-survey_trucks (2 axles, 4 wheels) Speed kph Frequency

278 Date Time Period M1-survey_trucks (2 axles, 6 wheels) Weather conditions Road surface conditions to 11 Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

279 M1-survey_trucks (2 axles, 6 wheels) Speed kph Frequency

280 Date Time Period Weather conditions to 11 Sunny Dry M1-survey_trucks (3 axles) Road surface conditions Speed kph Frequency

281 M1-survey_trucks (3 axles) Speed kph Frequency

282 Date Time Period Weather conditions to 11 Sunny Dry M1-survey_truck with trailer Road surface conditions Speed kph Frequency

283 M1-survey_truck with trailer Speed kph Frequency

284 Date Time Period Weather conditions to 11 Sunny Dry M1-survey_truck with semitrailer Road surface conditions Speed kph Frequency

285 M1-survey_truck with semitrailer Speed kph Frequency

286 M1/E70 Pećinci-Šimanovci Statistic parameter Parameter indicator Indicator value PC BUS T (2Ax4WH) T (2Ax6WH) T (3A) T (TRAILER) T (SEMITRAILER) arithmetic average Vsr (km/h) 117,53 82,23 90,76 73,23 56,09 71,36 74,53 standard deviation S (km/h) 22,74 10,72 17,73 12,88 11,17 9,55 7,21 variation coefficient Kv (-) 0,193 0,130 0,195 0,176 0,199 0,134 0,097 asymmetry coefficient G (-) 0,287 0,698 0,216 1,408 1,591-0,322-0,659 excess coefficient E (-) 0,156 1,173-1,382 3,879 1,255-0,813 0,202 harmonic average Hsr (km/h) 113,036 80,905 87,350 71,256 54,349 69,999 73,769 number of records N (-) max speed Vmax (km/h) min speed Vmin (km/h) th percent V15 (km/h) th percent V50 (km/h) th percent V85 (km/h)

287 M7-survey_passenger cars Date Time period Weather Road surface conditions conditions and Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

288 M7-survey_passenger cars Speed kph Frequency

289 M7-survey_passenger cars Speed kph Frequency

290 Date Time period Weather conditions and Sunny Dry M7-survey_busses Road surface conditions Speed kph Frequency

291 M7-survey_busses Speed kph Frequency

292 Date Time period M7-survey_trucks (2 axles, 4 wheels) Weather conditions Road surface conditions and Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

293 M7-survey_trucks (2 axles, 4 wheels) Speed kph Frequency

294 Date Time period M7-survey_trucks (2 axles, 6 wheels) Weather conditions Road surface conditions and Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

295 M7-survey_trucks (2 axles, 6 wheels) Speed kph Frequency

296 Date Time period Weather conditions and Sunny Dry M7-survey_trucks (3 axles) Road surface conditions Speed kph Frequency

297 M7-survey_trucks (3 axles) Speed kph Frequency

298 Date Time period Weather conditions and Sunny Dry M7-survey_trucks with trailer Road surface conditions Speed kph Frequency

299 M7-survey_trucks with trailer Speed kph Frequency

300 M7-survey_trucks with semitrailer Date Time period Weather Road surface conditions conditions and Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

301 M7-survey_trucks with semitrailer Speed kph Frequency

302 M-7 Gložan-Begeč Statistic parameter Parameter indicator Indicator value PC BUS T (2Ax4WH) T (2Ax6WH) T (3A) T (TRAILER) T (SEMITRAILER) arithmetic average Vsr (km/h) 83,71 69,24 70,16 62,77 57,39 59,25 62,40 standard deviation S (km/h) 15,66 7,83 12,60 10,57 6,48 7,88 8,89 variation coefficient Kv (-) 0,187 0,113 0,180 0,168 0,113 0,133 0,142 asymmetry coefficient G (-) 0,649-0,529 0,369 1,041 0,494-0,079 0,323 excess coefficient E (-) 0,364 0,323-0,248 1,821 0,184-1,089 0,799 harmonic average Hsr (km/h) 80,936 68,277 67,935 61,154 56,683 58,175 61,125 number of records N (-) max speed Vmax (km/h) min speed Vmin (km/h) th percent V15 (km/h) th percent V50 (km/h) th percent V85 (km/h)

303 R102-survey_passenger cars Date Time period Weather Road Surface conditions Conditions to 12 Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

304 R102-survey_passenger cars Speed kph Frequency

305 R102-survey_passenger cars Speed kph Frequency

306 Date Time period Weather conditions to 12 Sunny Dry R102-survey_buses Road Surface Conditions Speed kph Frequency

307 R102-survey_buses Speed kph Frequency

308 Date Time period R102-survey_trucks (2 axes, 4 wheels) Weather conditions Road Surface Conditions to 12 Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

309 R102-survey_trucks (2 axes, 4 wheels) Speed kph Frequency

310 Date Time period R102-survey_trucks (2 axles, 6 wheels) Weather conditions Road Surface Conditions to 12 Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

311 R102-survey_trucks (2 axles, 6 wheels) Speed kph Frequency

312 Date Time period Weather conditions to 12 Sunny Dry R102-survey_trucks (3 axles) Road Surface Conditions Speed kph Frequency

313 R102-survey_trucks (3 axles) Speed kph Frequency

314 Date Time period Weather conditions to 12 Sunny Dry R102-survey_trucks with trailer Road Surface Conditions Speed kph Frequency

315 R102-survey_trucks with trailer Speed kph Frequency

316 Date Time period R102-survey_trucks with semitrailer Weather conditions Road Surface Conditions to 12 Sunny Dry Speed kph Frequency

317 R102-survey_trucks with semitrailer Speed kph Frequency

318 R102 Rumenka-Bački Petrovac Statistic parameter Parameter indicator Indicator value PC BUS T (2Ax4WH) T (2Ax6WH) T (3A) T (TRAILER) T (SEMITRAILER) arithmetic average Vsr (km/h) 73,21 67,64 65,08 64,25 58,14 63,91 63,16 standard deviation S (km/h) 12,82 10,31 9,49 8,57 8,24 6,46 6,51 variation coefficient Kv (-) 0,175 0,152 0,146 0,133 0,142 0,101 0,103 asymmetry coefficient G (-) 0,854-0,136-0,005 0,032-0,453-2,553-1,915 excess coefficient E (-) 2,211 3,517 0,017-0,362 0,320 7,099 4,625 harmonic average Hsr (km/h) 71,096 65,860 63,626 63,076 56,880 63,059 62,312 number of records N (-) max speed Vmax (km/h) min speed Vmin (km/h) th percent V15 (km/h) th percent V50 (km/h) th percent V85 (km/h)

319 Appendix K ROAD NETWORK AND TRAFFIC SURVEY AND HDM CALIBRATION - rolling program -

320 CONTENTS 1. General Basis for road network and traffic data collection Road classification Road reference system Road network data Road geometry Carriageway Structures Other elements Condition data Traffic data Traffic volumes and flow composition Axle load and weight Vehicle fleet Accidents Works and costs data Data quality Road database Data collection Method and process of data collection Types of inspections Continuous inspections Seasonal inspection Main inspections of pavement Inspection of structures Annual inspections Main inspections Exceptional inspections Recommendations on data collection Pavement condition survey Survey of other road elements Survey of traffic volumes and flow composition Axle load and weight survey Survey of other traffic parameters Data update program Repeatability of data collection historical data in the database Future development of the database HDM calibration Levels of calibration Traffic and climate Pavement deterioration model Proposed approach to HDM-4 calibration in the Republic of Serbia Selection of test sections Parameters for selection of test sections Periodic monitoring of pavement performance indicators References...26 i

321 1. GENERAL For successful road maintenance management it is crucially important to have the information necessary to realize the goals of the management system and to evaluate possible maintenance alternatives. Such information is the basis for rational planning of works. Precise data, e.g. inventory, condition, traffic, environmental and cost data, is vital to the success of any management system. Without data, it is not possible to conduct proper analysis and monitoring of the road network. Problems with data are one of the main causes cited in failure of an road maintenance management system (RMMS). The road agency must inevitably collect a huge amount of data. The task of the agency s staff, working on data collection and analysis, is to support the management in strengthening the decision making process and increasing productivity thus providing the quantitative basis of dialogue between road agencies and ministries of finance during the fund allocation process and the basis of a dialogue with other stakeholders. Information is needed on items such as network details, traffic and axle loads, costs, road conditions, etc, which in turn require the existence of relevant data on which the information can be based. The need to assess physical condition, safety, level of service and efficiency of operation of road systems is widely recognized. In addition to knowing the characteristics of the existing system, it is becoming increasingly important to be able to predict the effects that proposed policies are likely to have in the future. Such predictive capabilities enable the decision maker to test alternative courses of action to determine which policies and strategies will be the most effective in accomplishing the desired goals with the resources available. Data are needed to provide the basis for management decisions on such aspects as: - determining optimum road condition and maintenance strategies and expenditures needed to achieve this; - determining optimum road condition within actual budget constraints; - assessing current levels of road and bridge condition; - determining appropriate levels of investment; - prioritizing capital improvements and investments in maintenance; - simulating effects of any improvements on future condition and performance of the road system; - estimating the cost of improvements; - controlling on-going expenditures. The cost of data acquisition can be very high, and will often be the most expensive aspect of implementing and operating a RMMS. This cost is likely between 2 and 4 % of the maintenance budget provision. It is preferable not to collect a large amount of data, but strictly only data which will be used for analysis and decision making. Simulation of effects of maintenance works and any improvements on future condition of road network is being done through the HDM-4 system. Beside detail data on sections within the analyzed road network, vehicle fleet and traffic, other general data and parameters are also necessary. The model has to be adapted and calibrated in line with local conditions. Level of local calibration strongly depends on type of analysis and available data, but each HDM-4 analysis requires at least Level 1 calibration which is suitable for general aproach and assuming that HDM-4 default values are appropriate. 1

322 2. BASIS FOR ROAD NETWORK AND TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTION Definition of road classes and establishment of the road reference system for the classified roads are essential for collection of data on road network and traffic. However, data to be collected has to be identified thoroughly, and this does not relate only to road network data, but also to traffic data and works and costs data ROAD CLASSIFICATION Starting point for development of any realistic policy for road maintenance must be an understanding of the nature and quantity of the road system. It is obvious that the more important roads will justify higher maintenance standards. The importance of a road will in turn depend upon its function and the type and volume of traffic using it. Road classification is necessary for several reasons: - by classifying a road, e.g. by assigning it a category, such public communication becomes available to the users within the laws, regulations or special explicit provisions; - an administrative-legal classification following the ownership and right to managing, defines competences in road planning and designing, specifies the duties in financing and maintenance and determines the responsibilities; - roads are designed in accordance with the civil-technical classification, which particularly takes into account the traffic, both for condition and safety; - in view of the course, roads can run in or out of settlements, which also determines the constructional provisions; - an essential goal of the road classification is to influence driver s behavior, as a longterm visual uniformity and unified level of traffic services should be ensured. Therefore, functional and administrative classification of roads is indispensable in view of the road management. Criteria for road classification have to be developed and adopted at the state level by the relevant ministry (usually being the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC) or Ministry of Infrastructure (MoI)). The criteria shall ensure a simultaneous assessment of the function of road connection (road linking function) in the space and its traffic-technical properties, which must technically support these functions to ensure a quality, safe and undisturbed road traffic in the space considered. By development and applying the criteria, merely technocratic classification (old-style classification) of public roads should be overcome. It should be supplemented by the criteria for the assessment of the road linking function in the space, as well as by the criteria related to the intensity of traffic flow. These criteria are defined descriptively and/or in terms of numerical values. Various categories of the road hierarchy are defined through a logical pattern of routes within urban and rural areas which reflect the particularly heavy goods haulage, as well as service vehicles and buses. Upon selection of the criteria, the work on definition of the class for a particular route or complete road network has to begin, followed by a public discussion of the road classification proposal. Relevant ministry and the road agency should overcome the trap of classifying the road into higher category, essential for a long-distance traffic, though not entirely fulfilling the technical conditions. The criteria should not be set too restrictively. Classification has to be based on the actually built road network, rather than directly applying the classification proposed in the long-term planning documents. 2

323 Decisions on the classification of public road networks are always reached from top to bottom, e.g. from national to municipal roads. A distinction between countries can be established in view of competences of those who carry out a classification and in view of the document by which a road classification is brought into force. Generally, the process ends with official decision of the relevant authorities and proclamation of the road classes. Usually, the decision is being authorized by the state assembly for the national road network (motorways, expressways, main and regional roads), while for the local and urban roads and streets the decision is in the competence of local authorities (municipal assemblies). Re-classification of the network, taking into account the recent socio-economic development of a country, should be done in periods not longer than 30 years, but not less then every 10 years. A public road network divided into several categories can be maintained more efficiently, as the maintenance level can be adjusted to an individual road category or different levels of services can be specified. Basic maintenance costs are only winter service and a minimum annual maintenance in view of ensuring a regular road function without any major maintenance services for a safe traffic, maintenance and renewal of traffic signs and road furniture, patching carriageways, filling cracks, etc ROAD REFERENCE SYSTEM When those roads, within the jurisdiction of the road agency, have been satisfactorily determined, all routes should receive unique classification number in accordance with their priority within the network. In order to provide information on the extent, inventory and condition of road network, as well as easier operative utilization in defining the position of specific location in relation to known (reference) point, a referencing method must be adopted. Beside, location referencing, the time reference of items is also very important. These are the key elements of the efficiency of the road agency s information system, which enables the user to find out the time and place of any piece of information. For example, the road information system includes information about the configuration of the road network (based on a functional and administrative classification), its adjacent areas, physical characteristics of road connections, pavement, structures, traffic, accidents, measures carried out, as well as other elements needed for the management of roads, and this information regularly changes and gets updated. However, this information can not be used optimally if it can not be precisely and uniquely located in time and space. All roads should recognize individual sections or links, and commence and terminate at recognized junctions or intersections. In this way, each road route is divided into unique sections with start and final points determined by unique reference points. Therefore, basic elements of the road reference system are: reference points (or junctions) and sections. These basic elements should also be used for production of road network map, preferably digital one, and to enable display of road network and traffic data by a geographic information system (GIS) software for presentation of various data (condition and forecast, planning activities, etc). When the elements of the road reference system have been determined, all reference points and sections should receive unique identification number in accordance with the adopted system of numbering and marked at the field. The marking sign must, at least, contain the road identifier, the section number and the current chainage at that point. 3

324 2.3. ROAD NETWORK DATA It is not possible to undertake an efficient maintenance function without knowledge of all the items that have to be maintained. This is the initial point for the whole system of allocating resources, ensuring consistency of standards, measuring efficiency and effectiveness in specific maintenance activities and monitoring technical and financial performance. Having described the nature of the road system, it is therefore important to note the quantity of features within the network together with a clear understanding of the components that must be maintained. An inventory of these features is necessary and it is the responsibility of the road agency to establish and maintain these. The existence of a basic road inventory will also enable: - more rational development of the maintenance budget; - pre-planning and control work; - understanding of the changing volume of demand; - development of output measures. The assets on the road network can be considered in the following headings: - carriageway; - structures and structural elements; - other elements (signalization and traffic and technical equipment); Each of these requires different forms of inventory and has differing approaches to maintenance requirements. The inventory requirements for each are further described below. Beside the listed assets and inventory of the same, important aspect of the road network data is the road geometry data as it is used in further planning and programming analysis of maintenance activities, and is necessary information for graphical presentation of any type of data through maps (preferably GIS) Road geometry Geometry of the road has to be described to the best possible level by approximation of the horizontal and vertical alignment with straight lines and circular curves, which requires utilization of sophisticated equipment. Another possibility is not to establish precise geometry of roads, but to record all occurrences on the road on a linear basis or distance measurement. One has to have in mind that geometry data is required by a number of planning tools and tools for graphical presentation of road network characteristics, and that road geometry is one of the important parameters to establish road network costs Carriageway The inventory of carriageway items contains data on cross-section elements (traffic lanes, shoulders, drainage elements, etc). All items have to be referenced by their chainage along the section and their cross section position. The inventory data falls into one of two categories: - point items which occur at a discrete chainage and cross sectional position; - continuous items which have a start and end chainage. 4

325 All carriageway items, beside inventory data, have to contain data on condition, as this is the most important parameter for analysis of activities and financing options. It is essential that the inventory and condition data is kept up to date and there are three approaches to this: - record keeping system whereby all changes are notified as they occur; - complete re-survey at intervals that reflect the changeability of the road; - regular checks of the inventory by personnel carrying out inspection surveys. The approach suggested is a combination of the above with the full re-survey to be completed maximum 5 years after the previous survey. Thereafter the policy should be reviewed Structures The recording of structures and their assets is carried out on a structure by structure basis while outline details of the structures (location and type) are included also in the road inventory as events on roads to ensure compatibility. Road agency should therefore ensure adequate cross-referencing between the road and structures inventory and maintenance records. More detailed description of the structures, their elements and condition should be recorded into a structures database Other elements All essential elements of the road system should be properly recorded and kept up to date. The ultimate objective should be a comprehensive inventory; a more selective approach giving priority to the more important roads and collecting only limited information on roads of lower class. All items have to be referenced by their chainage along the section and their cross section position. The inventory data falls into one of two categories: - point items which occur at a discrete chainage and cross sectional position; - continuous items which have a start and end chainage Condition data In order to effectively maintain the road network it is essential to know its physical condition at all times. Therefore, all road asset elements have to be inspected on a regular base and their condition recorded in the database. Road database enables all inspection and other reports, complaints and third party claims to be assessed in conjunction with the inventory, previous maintenance actions and other relevant data. As well as being in the interest of good management and safety, the database is necessary in order to deal with claims which may arise as a result of an alleged defect on the road, sometimes after remedial action has been taken and there is no longer site evidence of the defect. While it is generally accepted by a court that a public road can never be in perfect condition at all times, the road agency must be able to show that it is meeting its responsibilities in a reasonable manner. An adequate inspection system is an essential part of that requirement. 5

326 2.4. TRAFFIC DATA Traffic data are collected to monitor the use and performance of the road system. These data are applied in a variety of management and research areas, such as: economic analysis, finance, legislation, maintenance, traffic regulation and planning Traffic volumes and flow composition Future traffic volumes on the road network and respective sections, and realization of the plans for road network development are important elements that impact maintenance strategy selection. However, if there is no data on current traffic, the forecast would not be as precise as it should be. The first step in assessing demand is to estimate baseline traffic flow which represents current traffic volume. The estimate is usually expressed in terms of annual average daily traffic (AADT), classified by vehicle category. The estimates must also be made about how this traffic will grow in the future, as many road management decisions are very sensitive to traffic forecasts. Basic results of traffic development analysis should be presented in the database, which includes the number of vehicles by categories for each section and for each year in the period of analysis. The absolute minimal requirement is to divide AADT into light vehicle (personal cars and assimilated) and heavy goods vehicles (trucks). These results should be presented in the database, including current number of vehicles by categories for each section and their rates of growth by years. Purpose of traffic data input into the database is automating sectioning of road network using the traffic volume criteria and creation of traffic inputs into the analysis software Axle load and weight Having in mind that traffic carries certain amount of load and transfers it to pavement structure, it is obvious that this is the most intensive damage factor for pavements. It is not only the total weight of the vehicles that impacts the structure, but also the axle load plays important role as the axles and tires are the mean of transfer. The aim of the axle load surveys is to define (with the greatest possible level of statistical accuracy) the gross vehicle weights and loads carried by vehicles using the road network and the subsequent damage caused by vehicles to the road pavements. Data on axle load surveys, stored in the database, should serve as a support to the models estimating the damage of pavement through time Vehicle fleet Vehicle fleet data represent the vehicles traveling on the road network of a country. Data on vehicle fleet (physical data, tire data, utilization data, loading data) is being attributed to the traffic volume, in order to have the estimate of user costs created on the network. The most common vehicle fleet adopted comprised about 7 vehicle types (cars, pick-up, mini-bus and bus, light, medium and heavy trucks) Accidents Traffic accident database is usually maintained by the police. This database is far greater from the needs of the road database with regard to number and type of information. Data in accident database are detailed and have been, above all, collected with the aim of monitoring and management within the domain of traffic safety. 6

327 The police and the road agency should synchronize those parts of traffic accident reports that deal with the location of the accident (road identifier, section number, chainage), and also create common basis for reporting on the accident (cause, vehicles involved, casualties and injuries, material and human costs, etc). Data delivery has to be done on a regular, pre-defined basis. Appropriate minimum number of data required for the usage in the road maintenance management system is: - location of accident (chainage mark, if possible, but at least attributed to the relevant section in the reference system); - type of accident according to consequences (casualties, injuries, material damage only); - assessment of costs according to the type of accident. This would enable the calculation of accident rate (for instance number of accidents per 100 million veh-km) for each section according to the type of accident and their cost. For a detail analysis of causes and consequences it is recommended to establish the connection between road database and accident database. This is out of the road maintenance management scope and should be done under the traffic safety management studies, but one has to have in mind that police involvement is mandatory for this purpose, and that the establishment and maintenance of a consistent accident recording methodology and accident database throughout a country is a long-lasting work WORKS AND COSTS DATA Works and costs data is one of the important parameters for further analysis and planning. These data should support comparison of variant solutions and present clear indication on the amount of financial resources necessary at the annual or multi-annual level. Automated cost models for the budget analysis should be made using the local cost data. Therefore, their collection from past projects and routine maintenance activities becomes important so that appropriate cost models or cost tables can be developed for more precise analysis and work programs. Having in mind the planning and programming analysis, and estimate of the multiannual and annual budget to be allocated for road maintenance works, it is necessary to have indication of unit prices for construction, maintenance and reconstruction activities. The most important benefits from road maintenance and rehabilitation projects in general relate to reduced vehicle operating costs for the users of the improved road facility. These are the most direct benefits and the ones most readily measurable in monetary terms. Vehicle operating costs (expressed in financial and economic values) should be collected and/or estimated for various parameters, such as: - fuel; - lubricants; - tires; - maintenance parts; - depreciation; - interest; - maintenance labor; - crew; - overheads; - passenger time; - cargo holding time. 7

328 2.6. DATA QUALITY Road agency must have in place quality assurance procedures for data. The quality assurance procedures must be consistent with the data collection policies of the agency, especially with regard to the information quality level (IQL), including accuracy and frequency of data collection. It is recommended that the IQL of data should comply with the levels IQL-2 and IQL-3, for the purpose of the road network level analysis, as well as planning and programming, and partly for project level analysis (Figure 2.1). However, when considering section/project level of analysis it is necessary to obtain data of level IQL-1, which is far above the level necessary for planning and programming purposes, and is predominantly being used by the designers. Figure 2.1. Information quality level concept This means, that relatively detailed data are collected across parts of the network on a rolling program, perhaps with a cycle of three to five years. Each year, programming decisions are taken either using current data for individual sections, if available, or by projecting forward condition data from previous years. Thus all condition data tends to be stored at the same level of detail, although data collected as part of the works design or execution processes may also be stored ROAD DATABASE An information system usually serves several goals of the road agency, e.g. road planning, design and investments, and the needs when organizing routine maintenance and protection of roads. This complexity of the multiple goals also imposes higher requirements on the information system. A road database should include the following data about roads and structures: - technical data about roads and structures (road network data); - information about expenses on roads (works and costs data); - information about use of roads (traffic and vehicle data). The road agency is to be in charge of the entire road database. This is necessary to ensure uniform reporting for the purpose of keeping official statistics and as a basis for the allocation of road maintenance budget funds. 8

329 The information collected should be retained for long term historic analysis and for maintenance performance assessment. There are many purposes for which historical information may be used. Typical utilization is as follows: - check on overall condition of items on a year-by-year basis (e.g. trend analysis); - evaluation of efficiency of treatment; - check on life treatments; - financial evaluation of treatments; - calibration of analysis models. The road agency should be responsible for retaining information on a historical basis once it has been collected, preferably integrated into the road management system. The following general points should also be noted: - the initial costs of data collection are high in absolute terms though in overall budget terms this will be low; - the cost of keeping computerized historical data are extremely small once archive data has been loaded onto optical or similar media; - once the data has been deleted, without an archive copy being taken, unless the original input documents are available, the cost of re-collecting the data will be the original cost plus inflation over the intervening period, if it is possible to even physically re-collect the data; - data should be kept in its original validated format which means that the computer programs which were originally used to process it may be used again; - data should not be aggregated for achieving purposes unless it is clearly established that it will not be required in its non-aggregated format; any aggregation will introduce a degree of inaccuracy compared to the original accuracy of the collected data; - archiving data should match the minimum frequency of updating the information. Establishment of the road database, at its initial phase, can be very discouraging task, when there is no previous quality information on all necessary data. Probably the heaviest task is to select what data has to be recorded in order to fulfill the aim of management. In any case, it is important to avoid collection of data that is totally irrelevant for this purpose. Experience tells that it is easy to collect and store data, to develop software for data management, but it is very hard to estimate what data is necessary for the future period, both short- and long-term and to ensure regular updating of the information. 9

330 3. DATA COLLECTION Each data item requires time, effort and money to collect, store, retrieve and use. The first rule of data collection is that data should never be collected because it would be nice to have the data, or because it might be useful someday. Every data item collected and stored must have a direct influence on the output that is required from the system, which should already have been determined. Other data items which may be considered as desirable, interesting or, possibly, useful in the future, should be omitted in favor of those that are essential, relevant and of immediate use, unless a very good cost-benefit case can be made for their collection. The road network has to be inspected on a pre-set programmed basis for the purpose of identifying the need for routine tasks to be carried out as well as to program periodic activities. The requirements shall apply equally to all categories of roads. Where a particular interval is specified between inspections, this shall be adhered to as closely as possible. All personnel shall be sufficiently responsible and competent for the task and receive suitable training to be fully conversant with the inspection procedures and safety requirements of the road agency. The data collection equipment and information technology hardware and software should be fit for purpose, actively used, properly maintained and covered by some sort of maintenance agreement and replacement strategy. Failure of the RMMS due to data collection is not seen as a failure of the data collection itself, rather a failure to properly institutionalize data collection. Specifically: - there are often no explicit data collection policies; - budgets are not made available for data collection; - staff are not properly assigned to this task, trained or monitored; - there are no quality assurance procedures; - there is no auditing; - there is no replacement strategy for specialist equipment or vehicles. All of these areas need to be specifically addressed in implementation of a management system METHOD AND PROCESS OF DATA COLLECTION One of the following methods or combination thereof should be used for data collection: - Review of archive or project documentation: Information from the detailed designs, as-built designs and construction logs and books for the new construction, improvement or maintenance should be available at the road agency; - Visual survey: This means that the person collecting the data or condition indicators has a device which may register the coordinate or chainage of a characteristic occurrence or the beginning/end of that occurrence. With this data it is possible to unambiguously define position in space; - Semi-automated method: The method which means that the vehicle used for measuring the particular occurrences is equipped with odometer and GPS receiver, as well as with special device interface combining automatic and visual measuring; - Automatic method: This method is based on the state-of-the-art devices (odometer, gyroscope, GPS receiver, laser, accelerometers, ultrasonic sensors, high definition digital video, etc) installed in the sophisticated systems (for instance ARAN, ROMDAS, Dynatest or similar), including strong hardware and software support and 10

331 which are able to automatically and continually generate data from surveys. Most frequently, surveying data generated in this way may be directly exported into the database, after checking their validity. In terms of the process by which data are collected, there are essentially two choices an agency can make: to collect the data in-house or to contract out the collection. The choice depends very much on the individual road agency, and its ability to purchase, operate, and maintain any specialist equipment required TYPES OF INSPECTIONS There are several types of inspection activities that should be performed on the road network for the purpose of establishing the condition of the road network and belonging structures. Data collected during inspections of any type (not necessary for continuous inspection) has to be processed and stored in the database for future purposes, e.g. analysis, performance monitoring, planning and programming Continuous inspections Continuous inspections or patrolling of the roads have to be carried out at the pre-defined interval which depends on the road class. The suggested minimum is 1 : - twice a day on motorways and expressways; - daily on I class roads with more then veh/day; - twice a week on I class roads with less then veh/day and II class roads with more than veh/day; - once a week on II class roads with less then veh/day. The frequency of patrolling has to be adapted in case of difficult conditions, in particular of bad weather conditions, winter conditions or accident, to ensure safe traffic. Continuous inspection should be recorded in a simple standard inspection form and is usually being performed by the contractor for routine maintenance. Report on continuous inspection has to be delivered to the road agency for further processing. Results of the continuous inspections are mostly used for immediate maintenance action or for monthly planning of routine maintenance activities Seasonal inspection Seasonal inspection of the roads is carried out in autumn and after the winter to assess the road, road-side and structure conditions through visual surveys. It includes inspection of at least: - defects on the carriageway; - shoulder defects; - condition of drainage; - condition and presence of signs and markings; - road greenery; - slopes; - road equipment. 1 Listed road classes respect the relevant classification of state road network to I and II class roads in the Republic of Serbia, established by the Law on Public Roads (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 101, 2006), and also introduces motorways and expressways as a separate category that differs by the type of traffic regime and level of service. 11

332 The autumn inspection is the base for the establishment of the annual routine maintenance program. The spring inspection (after the winter period) is carried out with the aim to adjust the annual plan according to defects and problems occurred during the winter. Seasonal inspection should be recorded in a simple standard inspection form and it is recommended to be performed by the road agency staff or by the external consultant. Report on seasonal inspection has to be delivered to the road agency for further processing Main inspections of pavement Main inspections of pavements are carried out every three (common) to five (rare) years, by qualified pavement engineers and include at least the following: - visual survey of pavement defects, through manual, semi-automated or automated surveys; - deflection measurements with automated survey equipment; - roughness measurement with automated survey equipment; - rutting measurement, through manual or automated surveys; - skid resistance/macrotexture measurement, through manual or automated surveys. Main inspection of pavements should be recorded in a standard inspection form, completed by an interpretation of the pavement engineer. All the data have to be recorded and stored in a road database and are used for the establishment of annual and multi-annual investment (periodic) maintenance implementation programs. Program of main inspection of pavements is being prepared by the road agency for each year in the cycle. Depending on the type of the road agency s organization, its extend and capacity, these activities can be done internally or by the external consultant on a basis of 3-5 years service contract, depending on the survey cycle Inspection of structures As an important asset, structures have to be inspection separately from roads and roadside. This is usually being done through three types of inspections: annual, main and exceptional Annual inspections Annual inspections of all structures have to be carried out by a qualified structural engineer, without any particular means, to detect any potential problem and to define the routine maintenance needed on the structure. It includes inspection of at least: - defects on the carriageway and footpath; - condition of surface of the structure elements; - condition of drainage system; - condition of joints; - condition of safety fences, guardrails and kerbs; - condition of metallic elements of structures; - road area around structure. 12

333 Annual inspection of structures should be recorded in a simple standard inspection form and it is recommended to be performed by the road agency staff rather then by an external consultant. Report on annual inspection of structures has to be delivered to the road agency for further processing Main inspections Main inspections of all structures have to be carried out by a qualified structural engineer, with all necessary access means, for all the parts of the structure. Main inspections have to be carried out every five years, or after exceptional actions like rehabilitation works, accidents or exceptional weather. Main inspection of structures should be recorded in a standard inspection form, completed by an interpretation of the structural engineer. The main inspection should conclude if an exceptional inspection is required or not. Program of main inspection of structures is being prepared by the road agency for each year of the cycle, but they are usually being contracted with the external consultant Exceptional inspections Exceptional inspection of structures can be required: - after conclusion of a main inspection; - after accidents; - before or after passing of exceptional loads; - after natural devastating event (earthquake, flooding, etc). Exceptional inspections have to be carried out by a qualified structural engineer, with all required access means, on each part of the structure, and can include specific investigation and instrumentation. They have to be recorded with a detail depending on the findings and interpretation of the inspector. The road agency usually constitutes exceptional inspection committee, at the time when required RECOMMENDATIONS ON DATA COLLECTION Pavement condition survey For the purpose of economical and efficient utilization of available resources (finances, staff, equipment), it is advisable to establish two different condition survey programs: (i) motorways/expressways and I class roads and (ii) II class and other roads: i) on motorways/expressways and I class roads network (detailed data collection): - pavement surface affected by cracks (longitudinal, map/block cracks area, transversal cracks); - pavement surface affected by raveling; - pavement surface affected by potholes; - pavement surface affected by edge breaking; - pavement surface affected by bleeding; - pavement surface affected by ruts; - repaired pavement surface (patching and short overlays); - pavement surface roughness; - pavement surface skid resistance/macrotexture; - deformation of pavement surface; - pavement strength; 13

334 ii) on II class and other roads network (general data collection): - pavement surface affected by all cracks; - degraded pavement surface (that is used to encompass the broad distressed pavement surface with raveling, potholes, edge breaking, bleeding, patching and short overlays, deformations); - pavement surface affected by ruts; - pavement surface roughness; - pavement surface skid resistance/macrotexture; - pavement strength. However, final selection of survey program shall depend on the chosen method of data collection and selected analysis tool. Time of data collection and post-processing is not an important parameter while having semi-automated or automated survey with sophisticated vehicles, and with this selection the road agency would be able to collect complete data for all types of roads. It is recommended to have sub-sections between 100 and 250 m as a base unit of all distress measurements to allow combination of indicators in a simple way for condition rating, homogenization of sections, reporting and GIS display Survey of other road elements Condition data on other road elements (signalization, equipment, drainage, etc) is frequently being changed. Therefore, it is advisable to update the data on the basis of the results recoded during seasonal road inspections, which is usually being done by walking or vehicle (windshield) survey and recording the condition in a standard inspection form. General video records, from which a lot of inventory data on these elements is being recorded, are not suitable for condition survey because of the frequency of change, unless new video records are being taken each time the survey is being made Survey of traffic volumes and flow composition Traffic volumes and flow composition are usually being registered through the system of automatic traffic counters installed along the road network, and performing counting all the year round. However, it is not possible and efficient to cover complete road network with automatic traffic counters. Therefore, the system should be supplemented with periodical manual surveys and traffic studies, so that the full traffic model of the road network can be developed, and volumes foreseen for a certain period of time. Manual surveys are also useful for more detailed categorization of vehicles registered by the system of automatic traffic counters. While performing periodic manual traffic surveys it is advisable to follow the general recommendations: - minimum volumes, significantly different from average values can be recorded in January, February and December; - maximum volumes, significantly different from average values and with peak load can be recorded in July, August and September; - average values, corresponding to average values of traffic load are recorded in April, May and October; - typical surveys should be performed in the mid of week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) as other days during the week are characterized with lower of higher traffic volumes; 14

335 - surveys should last for 16 or 12 consecutive hours, between 6:00 and 22:00 hours or between 6:00 and 18:00/7:00 and 19:00 hours; - night volumes are being estimated on the basis of extrapolation. To extend the daily traffic data collected during the manual surveys into AADT: - either the counts can be compared to weekly, monthly and annual data derived from automatic counters; - or sample counts for all periods including days over the whole year and including all types of days have to be carried out. On the other hand, it is also possible to perform intermittent traffic surveys for one or several consecutive weeks, using automatic traffic counters, and for each new survey to transfer the equipment from one location to another, taking into consideration general recommendations presented above Axle load and weight survey Road agency performs regular activities of road protection and within these, certain period of time is spent for axle load and weight control. However, usual procedure of axle load and weight control registers and stores data only for overloaded vehicles. This practice does not benefit to analysis of pavement load and deterioration. For this type of analysis there is a need to establish a network of representative control locations and to make a record of all axle loads and weights, for which modern equipment should be utilized. The network of control location should represent road network characteristics in terms of functional classification, geometry, condition, traffic volume, etc. The approach is different from the axle load control, in terms of procedure and results to be obtained. It is not necessary to weight every truck while using scales, but the aim is to establish the overall proportion of loaded and unloaded vehicles in each category and therefore a minimum amount of information on all vehicles should be recorded. A representative sample of buses should also be weighed. The results of the surveys should be used to define average operating weights and average vehicle damage factors per vehicle expressed in equivalent standard axle/vehicle. Passenger cars cause negligible damage to the pavement and an equivalent standard axle/vehicle of 0 can be assumed Survey of other traffic parameters Other relevant traffic parameters are comprised of the following: - data on vehicle fleet (physical data, tire data, utilization data, loading data), which is collected on the basis of vehicle market data and vehicle registration data, supplemented by combination of manual counts, load surveys and interview/poling; - data on traffic flow (free speed/desired speed, hourly traffic volume factors-hourly flows), which is collected by the help of automatic traffic counters (flow curves) and radar devices (speed); - traffic accident data, which is usually stored at the Ministry of Interior so the process of data collection considers close cooperation with the police authorities and access to their data that is far more voluminous than the one needed for the road maintenance management purpose. 15

336 4. DATA UPDATE PROGRAM Complete initial survey is an important prerequisite to get the full representation of the road network and its characteristics (inventory and condition) for further analysis and planning of update surveys. Beside the initial survey, road agency has to establish regular program of data update in order to make the system fully sustainable. This means in particular: - Setting up of procedures to be respected for data entry completion and updating, notably in the frame of future surveys, which is basically referencing all surveys necessarily to a date. Road agency also needs to decide how many historical data should be preserved within the data base or suppressed during update, in order to keep a trace of the history of the roads; - Setting up procedures for future development of the database (like adding additional data sets, changing the format of surveys, etc). Many system failures were caused by lack of data update. Therefore, it is very important to establish the above mentioned procedures, particularly those related to updating of data stored in the database. A major problem, however, in many of the road agencies is that there are few explicit policies and procedures for data update. Thus, road agencies are making decision on old, out of data or incomplete data. For example, it is not uncommon for a basic road network inventory to change by up to 10 % each, due to new road construction, road realignments, road widening and road transfers (between agencies at various levels). However, some organizations in the survey do not update their road inventory on a regular basis (e.g. as new roads are opened or widened) so that even the basic inventory in the system (which is the cornerstone of the whole asset management principle) in some cases is out of date. Users either within the agency, or in external agencies, rapidly lose confidence in the data when they realize that some of the roads they are familiar with are not reported or are wrongly reported in the database. Loss of confidence in the data leads to loss of confidence in the RMMS, and can easily cause failure of the RMMS implementation. Policies should be explicit, and should guide management in ensuring that there is sufficient budgeting and staff made available for the activities required to implement these policies. More data, collected at a higher level of detail or quality, requires more budget and more people. Any implementation project for an RMMS should explicitly quantify these relationships in terms of costs, and get up-front agreement with executives and managers that these levels of budget and staff are sustainable in the medium to long term. In determining the frequency of collection, the road agency will need to consider the rate of change of values of particular data item, from near real-time data that requires continual collection and updating through to physical data such as road geometry where collection can be considered as essentially fixed, unless updating is triggered by changes to the road network. The selection of the frequency of measurement/update also depends upon the size of the network and agency resources. It is not possible to develop absolute standards for the frequency with which measurements and data collection should be taken. Nevertheless, it is possible to develop some general guidelines related to mass inventory evaluation based on available resources and data processing speed. For example, ideally for the network level purpose, major roads should be evaluated at least once in a three years. 16

337 4.1. REPEATABILITY OF DATA COLLECTION Having in mind the type of data to be collected, the period of change and experience in other countries, as well as the volume of the relevant network in the Republic of Serbia (RS), it is possible to recommend the following: - reference system when the change occurs, and not later than six months after the change has been effective; - geometry when the change occurs, and not later than one year after the change has been effective; - inventory seasonal survey for programming of cyclic maintenance activities, with monthly or quarterly update of maintenance interventions; cyclic five year full/detail inventory survey (2010 being the first year in the cycle); - pavement condition seasonal surveys for programming of cyclic maintenance activities, with monthly or quarterly update of maintenance interventions; cyclic three year full/detail pavement survey (2010 being the first year in the cycle); - structures seasonal surveys, with the monthly or quarterly update of maintenance interventions; five year full/detail surveys; - other road elements seasonal surveys, with monthly or quarterly update of maintenance interventions; - traffic volume continuous annual survey of traffic volumes with automatic counters on selected sections, supplemented with three year manual surveys at same locations for more precise definition of vehicle categories and with short-term automatic or manual surveys on other sections; - axle load regular annual survey of axle load and weight; - other traffic parameters three year survey (next survey in 2011); - vehicle fleet five year survey (next survey in 2013); - costs annual survey of unit costs; semi-annual or quarterly survey only if the market becomes unstable. The general aim of the future survey program can be expressed as follows: - survey a third of the network each year regarding pavement condition (roughness, rutting, deflection and visual distresses), meaning between and km each year, to cover the whole km in three years; - update the reference system and road geometry each year by measuring the distances and GPS coordinates of new or modified sections (in the RS, we should not expect more then 5 % of the network to be affected by the changes), along with their geometry; - every five years survey inventory parameters, such as drainage and equipment condition. There are two specific items when dealing with the pavement, namely pavement structure and pavement strength, e.g. deflection. Having in mind the level of data collected during initial survey of the road network in 2008, it is advisable to follow these recommendations: - pavement structure continuous survey during next three years ( ) to collect samples at distances not greater than 2,5 km for all roads in the network (both paved and unpaved); 17

338 - deflection improve quantity of samples along the network, to have samples at distances not greater than 1,0 km for all paved roads in the network. The above recommendation is necessary to enable more precise homogenization of road network while performing planning and programming of maintenance activities. To be more precise, it is possible to recommend the following program for the coming 3 years, starting from 2010: - In the first year (2010) survey complete motorway/expressway network and I class roads with most traffic, e.g. AADT>7.000 veh/day. The length of this survey is expected to be close to km; - In the following year (2011) survey remaining I class roads and paved II class roads with most traffic, e.g. AADT>3.000 veh/day. Include in this program eventual candidate/priority sections for the second maintenance program. The length of this survey is expected to be close to km; - In the last year (2012) survey the remaining II class roads. The survey program should also exclude sections that have been overlaid in the year before the survey and those that have been programmed for the year of the survey. For the sections program for the year after the survey, the situation depends on the use that can be made of the data in the design. If design is advanced or includes its own measurements, those sections should be also excluded. Taking this into account, the actual length never reaches the third of the network (target length would be typically km/year) HISTORICAL DATA IN THE DATABASE An important and often neglected aspect of data management is the identification of data that are not providing or are not capable of providing value to the organization, and to delete, decommission or archive those data in such a way as to minimize cost and impact upon the organization. Decision on the amount of historical data that should be preserved within the database or suppressed during update, in order to keep a trace of the history of the roads, depends on the way of data utilization and the system being used for planning and programming activities. However, pavement condition and traffic volume data are the most important ones and should be kept within the database for the prolonged period. Pavement condition data is being used to establish calibration parameters of pavement deterioration models. It is common that two or more series of measurements should be performed on the test sections in the period not shorter than three years. Therefore, it is recommended that the pavement condition data should be preserved within the database for at least three cycles of main inspections. With this amount of data series, it would be possible to perform sound analysis of pavement deterioration and establish relevant factors of calibration. The final decision depends mostly on the opinion of the road agency how to proceed with calibration of pavement deterioration models, e.g. to implement Level 2-Verification or Level 3-Adaptation calibration method and how to monitor the test sections. Traffic volume data, including composition of traffic flow, should be kept within the database for at least five years, in order to have relevant basis for traffic analysis and forecasts. The rest of the data, stored in the database, can be suppressed during update of the content, as it is not of big importance for further analysis, trends, etc. This means that 18

339 the data will not be kept in the database and can not be viewed while performing routine data operations (viewing, queries, analysis, etc). However, during regular backups of the system, all data has to be stored in a safe environment and, if the need arises to retrieve this data for a particular analysis, this could be done very easily FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DATABASE In order to ensure ongoing success of and benefit from data management, the road agency should be continually reviewing and updating data management regime to ensure that changes in the agency, its business objectives and priorities, and availability of resources are reflected. Therefore, the recommended approach consists of periodic review of business information needs and review of current situation from the database aspect. These reviews should occur in cycles of not more than five years, where complete database structure should be the subject of deep analysis to check its success in fulfilling the needs of the road maintenance management process regarding completeness and accuracy of data. The following questionnaire can be useful for the analysis of database condition: - Are there any redundancies or incorrect data referencing? - What is the level of data completeness within the database? - What is the level of compliance between data sets and data collection methods? - Does data analysis for new systems take a long time? - Do new systems require additional data translation and interchange routines to integrate them with existing systems? - Do information users generally understand where to find the data that they require? - Is the data fulfilling the needs of road maintenance management and cost-benefit/ feasibility analyses? - Does the road agency exchange data with other agencies and organizations? - Is the data fulfilling the needs of other agencies and organizations and other potential users? - Is the data available to various types of users on client/server principles? - What is the level of understanding the data items definitions to non-specialists? 19

340 5. HDM CALIBRATION The HDM-4 system is a software tool that is used to appraise the technical and economic aspects of road investment projects. It has become widely used as a planning and programming tool for highway expenditure and maintenance standards. HDM-4 simulates physical and economical conditions over the period of analysis, usually a life cycle, for a series of alternatives and scenarios. It estimates road user benefits, infrastructure costs and externalities, including accidents, energy consumption and emissions for alternative investment strategies. Since the model simulates future changes to the road system from current conditions, the reliability of the results is dependent upon two primary considerations: - how well the data provided to the model represent the reality of current conditions and influencing factor, in the terms understood by the model and - how well the predictions of the model fir the real behavior and the interactions between various factors for the variety of conditions to which it is applied. Application of the model thus involves two important steps: - data input-a correct interpretation of the data requirements, and achieving a quality of input data that is appropriate to the desired reliability of results; - calibration of outputs-adjusting the model parameters to enhance how well the forecast and output represent the changes and influences over time and under various interventions. The various models given in HDM-4 need to be calibrated for local traffic and environmental conditions. Calibration of the HDM-4 environment to local conditions requires establishment of the following calibration parameters: - Free flow speed: HDM-4 model calculates operation speed on the basis of traffic and road characteristics. Driver s influence is being taken onto account through the parameter called desired speed established by measuring the speed in a free flow; - Hourly flow: Hourly traffic distribution describes distribution of hourly traffic flow during the year and is being used for definition of periods of different traffic volume levels. Influence of variable traffic load along day on traffic flow is being taken into account by this way. Hourly distribution of traffic flow is defined by number of hours during year where traffic volume reaches certain percent of AADT; - Speed-flow function: HDM-4 model adapts vehicle speed to traffic flow and road condition. Establishment of speed-flow function for different types of roads requires extensive studies; - Vehicle fleet: Vehicle operating costs (VOCs) are being established by calculating quantities of used resources and vehicle speeds, and than multiplying them with unit price of resources to get total operating costs and travel times for each type of vehicle. Calibration procedure considers selection of representative vehicle types and establishment of their technical and economic characteristics; - Axle load: Pavement deterioration process significantly depends on distribution of axles and loads. HDM-4 model performs prognosis of pavement deterioration taking into account the axle loads, above other parameters; - Climate: Climate parameters are being used for establishment of pavement deterioration during time; - Pavement deterioration: Pavement deterioration calibration module enables definition of a range of calibration coefficients for each section and for different pavement types. 20

341 Pavement damage initiation and progress can be calibrated to local conditions with these coefficients LEVELS OF CALIBRATION HDM-4 calibration can be performed at three levels, which involve low, moderate and major levels of effort and resources, as follows: - Level 1-Basic application: This calibration level is required for all HDM-4 analyses and addresses most critical parameters, while assuming that most of the HDM-4 default values are appropriate. It is mainly based on secondary sources and is being done through desk studies with best estimates and minimal field surveys; - Level 2-Verification: Within this level measurements are being made to verify and adjust predictions to local conditions. It requires moderate data collection and moderate precision. Adjustments are entered as input data, and typically without any software changes; - Level 3-Adaptation: This level comprises structured research (medium-term) and advanced data collection (long-term). With this approach, trends and interactions are being evaluated by observing performance over medium- and long-time period. Major field surveys are being performed to re-quantify relationships. This may lead to alternative locally derived relationships/models. In terms of effort, these three levels can be viewed as weeks, months and years. An analyst should be able to undertake a Level 1 calibration in about one week. For a Level 2 calibration there is an increase in the amount of effort required so it will take at least a month. Level 3 calibration requires a long-term commitment to basic data collection so its extend spans for a year or more TRAFFIC AND CLIMATE Calibration parameters related to traffic volume and vehicle speed are being obtained through analysis of traffic data, as described in Chapters 3. and 4. Recommended update intervals (three and five years) for traffic data are sufficient to obtain relevant parameters for calibration and to reflect changes in national vehicle fleet, increase/decrease of traffic load and drivers behavior. Climate characteristics are not changed very often and future updates of climate parameters can be based on time interval not shorter than 5 years, but not longer than 10 years. Collection of climate data is the least costly of all monitoring activities. For example, the weather and climate data recorded on airports, national weather stations and local weather news channels are usually available from the Internet. In most countries the climate data are available in electronic and published document from meteorological departments/offices for all of their climate regions. For the future updates of the climate parameters, a good cooperation with relevant institutions has to be established and maintained PAVEMENT DETERIORATION MODEL Pavement deterioration models present the most important part of pavement management systems (PMS). Pavement deterioration model expresses a function of distress level due to traffic, as well as enviromental factors in sense of structural response (strains and deformations) of pavement structure, repeated traffic load, road geometry, temperature and formation moisture. 21

342 Defining and calibration of pavement deterioration models depending on combined impacts of traffic load, local climate conditions, material characteristics, as well as historical data of road construction, could be achieved through determining of empirical and mechanical pavement behaviour model on the basis of multi-year investigations and observations/monitoring of pavement condition indicators on test sections. Pavement deterioration model determined as function of local, specific conditions, has important function connecting construction and maintenance standards as well as road user costs through established mathematical relations of pavement deterioration. HDM-4 includes relationships for modeling Road Deterioration (RD) and Road Works Effects (RWE). These are used for the purpose of predicting annual road condition and for evaluating road works strategies. The relationships should link standards and costs for road construction and maintenance to road user costs through road user cost models. Road deterioration is predicted through eight separate distress modes, namely: Cracking, Raveling, Potholing, Edge-break, Rutting, Roughness, Texture depth and Skid resistance. Previosly mentioned pavement distresses are analysed through following categories: i) Surface distresses: This category comprises: Cracking, Raveling, Potholing and Edge-break. The first three distress modes are characterized by two phases referred to as initiation and progression. The initiation phase is the period before surfacing distress of a given mode or severity develops. The progression phase refers to the period during which the area and severity of distress increases. Edge-break is modeled only through its continuous progression; ii) Deformation distress: This category comprises: Rutting and Roughness. Deformation distress modes are continuous and represented by only progression equations. As they are partly dependent upon the surfacing distress, they are computed after the change of surfacing distress in the analysis year has been calculated; iii) Surface texture: This category comprises: Texture depth and Skid resistance. Surface texture distress modes are continuous and, like deformation distress modes, they are modeled only through their progression. Each of the mentioned pavement distress types has to be modeled within HDM-4 model and represented with adequate equations with calibration factors, enabling adaptation and calibration of pavement deterioration models according to local conditions. To calibrate a pavement deterioration model, it is necessary to have a group of distress data that serve to represent the real performance curve; preferably the data represent a relatively long period of time. The process of calibration consists of determining which adjustment factors achieve the best agreement between the model s prediction and the field data Proposed approach to HDM-4 calibration in the Republic of Serbia Calibration of pavement deterioration requires selection of 10 to 20 test sections (only paved sections to be considered), which represent road network regarding features, condition and traffic. It is common that two or more series of measurements should be performed on the test sections in the period not shorter than three years. With every additional measurement of pavement condition indicators, the initial pavement performance models would be revised and verified according to increased database of pavement condition data collected from test section, resulting in improved pavement performance models in the RS, depending of local conditions. 22

343 In order to verify initial road deterioration models, it is necessary to perform regular surveys and monitor pavement performance indicators on selected representative test sections on the road network in the RS. Calibration of road deterioration models according to local conditions in the RS can be performed through multi year monitoring of pavement condition on proposed test sections, based on predefined plan and program of periodical surveys and using parametric regresional data analysis. Road deterioration models can be best developed by using scientific approach in model development. Principles of statistics (experiment design) and pavement mechanics should be always used as a basis for structure and form of pavement deterioration model. Development of road deterioration models should be continuos activity, with the goal for constant improvement of model characteristics and better use of available data. Test sections should be selected for periodic inspections/opservations that should be performed twice a year in the next 10 years. Based on inspection results in first 5 years, the preliminary pavement performance models will be developed. This represents minimal statistical sample for results analysis (5-year period in which observations on selected test sections will be performed). Period of next 5 years is considered as verification of proposed performance models for individual distresses with continuation of inspections. This proposed aproach coresponds to Level 3-Adaptation model of calibration. Collected data should be stored in separate database on road inspections, e.g. database on road deterioration, on test sections, which will allow statistical data analysis in certain time periods. It is necessary to have reliable data for selection of test sections. Therefore, it is necessary to define parameters and criteria for identification of test sections based on which the matrix of test sections will be formed. On the other hand, it is also possible to utilize the data from main pavement surveys (three year interval) for the same test sections, and on the basis of at least three consecutive measurements to obtain calibration factors for pavement deterioration model. This alternative aproach, with less time series of data, is also compatible with Level 2-Verification model of calibration Selection of test sections Test sections should represent the road network in the RS based on pavement type, material characteristics and cumulative traffic load, as well as climate characteristics in certain zones in the RS Parameters for selection of test sections Having in mind difficulties that are expected in identification of test sections, the following table (Table 5.1) lists the proposed parameters for selection of test sections. 23

344 Table 5.1. Parameters for selection of test sections 1. pavement structure 2. AADT 3. annual precipitation original pavement overlay medium heavy low (dry climate) high (wet climate) asphalt concrete on bituminous base (AB over BNS) asphalt concrete on cementstabilized base (AB over CS) asphalt concrete on asphalt concrete (AB over AB) asphalt concrete on bituminous base (AB over BNS) bituminous base on bituminous base (BNS over BNS) AADT < 3000 veh/day AADT > 3000 veh/day MAP < 800 mm/year MAP > 800 mm/year 4. frost penetration 5. pavement condition 6. pavement age 7. level of maintenance low high good fair/poor new old regular intensified no maintenance < 50 cm > 50 cm < 10 % distressed area > 10 % distressed area < 5 years > 5 years During identification of test sections in the field, the following criteria should be satisfied: 1. Test sections should be minimum 0,5 km long (recommended 1 km): The length of test section of 1 km is recommended for roughness and deflection measurements and visual distresses survey (due to larger uniformity and validity of section, with larger length local events are eliminated); 2. Flexible pavement should be on test sections: On roads in the RS flexible pavements are predominant (approximatelly 95 % of total road network length); 3. Test section should be on straight stretch of road regarding horizontal and vertical curvature: Test section should be on straight stretch of road because of uniform drainage conditions for all test sections; 4. Test sections should not be in the vicinity of intersections or local roads: Test section should not be in the vicinity of intersections or local roads because of traffic distribution and proper recording of traffic loading. Therefore, it is recommended that test sections should be located in the vicinity of automated traffic counter (with classification); 5. Test sections should not be located in urban or sub urban areas: Test sections should not be located in areas where there are buildings on both sides of road, as well as in urban and suburban areas (due to sewage system and different conditions of traffic flow); 6. Test sections in cutting should be avoided: Test sections should be on embankemnt of maximum height of 1,5 m. Test sections on higher embankment should be considered only in exceptional cases, if drainage conditions of surface water do not differ significantly; 24

345 7. It is necessary to have historical data on test sections: It is necessary to have historical data on test sections construction (for example: year of construction, geotechnical data, traffic flow composition, details on overlays (if they were performed), year of latest overlay and details, previous investigations (as much as possible), road maintenance techniques used, etc); 8. Test sections should be uniform in longitudinal and cross profile: Test sections should be uniform in longitudinal and cross profile in the sense of geology, subgrade, embankment height, drainage conditions, pavement condition, as much as possible; 9. Test sections should be selected with different traffic loading: Test sections should be selected with different traffic loading, regarding traffic volume and traffic composition; 10. Test sections should be in plain terrain with maximum longitudinal grade of 4 %, if possible. To select a group of roads with sufficient characteristics, the first step is to create a matrix that, through a combination of the distinct levels of four global variables-traffic, pavement age (calculated from the date of construction or most recent rehabilitation), dominant climatic conditions and structural capacity-allows one to define the different road categories that comprise the experiment factorial. An effort has to be made to include the largest possible number of homogeneous road sections with the greatest possible difference in age in order to reconstitute performance curves with the greatest level of representation over time Periodic monitoring of pavement performance indicators Periodic monitoring of pavement performance indicators should be planned with half-year intervals and should be performed in April/May and October/November every year during five years. Periodic monitoring (measurements) should contain the following parameters: - pavement distresses; - pavement roughness; - pavement deflections; - skid resistance and texture depth; - changes in pavement transverse profile (rutting); - subgrade moisture; - frost depth; - traffic counts with classification; - axle load survey; and, with additional data (meteorological data, etc), should provide a good information basis for verification/improvement of road deterioration models in the RS. To be more precise, it is recommended to perform selection of representative sections during 2009 and establish monitoring system, to be ready to commence continuous monitoring and calibration program of pavement deterioration model in

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347 Appendix L CALIBRATION OF CLIMATE PARAMETERS FOR HDM-4

348 CONTENT 1. Introduction Climate characteristics of the Republic of Serbia Values of climate characteristics in the Republic of Serbia Adopted data for the Republic of Serbia Attachment...8 i

349 1. INTRODUCTION This chapter deals with climate characteristics which will be used in implementation of HDM-4 model in Serbia. For presentation of climate characteristics in different areas, which are necessary for further work on calibration of HDM-4, approximate climate zones will be described. Input climate data are divided into two categories: - data on humidity (humidity index, duration of dry period, mean monthly precipitation); - data on temperature (mean annual temperature, temperatures range, number of days per year temperature exceeds 32 C, freezing index). For each of these two categories aggregate data are defined: humidity classification and temperature classification (Tables 1. and 2). HDM-4 supports certain number of temperature classifications and each of them contains pre-defined values for temperature parameters. Change of temperature classification for climate zone causes the change of temperature parameters according to selected temperature classification (Table 3) 1. Table 1. Clasification of humidity in the HDM-4 model temperature classification description temperature range [ C] tropical subtropical-hot subtropical-cool temperate-cool warm temperatures in small range high day cool night temperatures, hot-cold seasons moderate day temperatures, cool winters warm summer, shallow winter freeze 20 to 35-5 to to to 25 temperate-freeze cool summer, deep winter freeze - 40 to 20 Table 2. Clasification of temperature in the HDM-4 model moisture classification description moisture index mean annuakl precipitation [mm] arid very low rainfall, high evaporation to - 61 < 300 semi-arid low rainfall - 60 to to 800 subhumid moderate rainfall or strongly seasonal rainfall - 20 to to 1600 humid moderately warm season rainfall 20 to to 3000 perhumid high rainfall or very many wet-surface days > 100 > Reference: Highway Development & Management HDM-4, Volume 5, A Guide for Calibration and Adaption, Chistopher R. Bennet, William D.O. Paterson, ISBN:

350 Table 2. Recommended values of environmental coefficient m in HDM-4 moisture classification tropical temperature classification subtropical, non-freezing temperate, shallow freeze temperate, extended freeze arid semi-arid subhumid humid perhumid Similar as in case of temperatures, HDM-4 supports limited set of humidity classifications, which contains pre-defined parameters to describe humidity condition. Change of humidity classification for certain climate zone causes the change of these parameters according to selected humidity classification. Table 3. Modifying factor of environmental coefficient for road construction and drainage in HDM-4 road construction and drainage high standard materials and drainage; for example, motorways, raised formation, free-draining or non-frost-suspectible materials, special drainage facilities non-freezing environments freezing environments 0,6 0,5 material quality to normal engineering standards; drainage and 1,0 1,0 formation adequate for local moisture conditions, and moderately maintained variable material quality in pavement, including moisture or 1,3 1,5 frost-susceptible materials; drainage inadequate or poorly maintained, or formation height near water table sweeling soil subgrade without remedial treatment 1,3 2,0 1,2 1,6 Figure 1.1. shows example of data for humidity and temperature classification in the HDM-4 model. Figure 1: Example of aggregate data for classification of humidity and temperature in HDM-4 2

351 2. CLIMATE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA According to HDM-4 model, climate zone is defined based on two types of parameters. 1. First group of three parameters determins classification of climate zone according to moisture (Moisture Classification). According to requirements of HDM-4 model it is necessary to evaluate the following parameters: - moisture index, - duration of dry period over the year and - mean monthly precipitations; 2. Other group of parameters defines temperature classification of climate zone (Temperature Classification). According to requirements of HDM-4, the following parameters should be evaluated: - mean annual temperature, - temperature range, - number of days per year, temperature exceeds 32 C and - freezing index. Climate characteristic analysis is based on the database of the Hydrometeorogical service of the Republic of Serbia for period from 1961 to The following data were considered as climate and environment effect indicators: - mean monthly precipitation; - freezing index; - average altitude of section. Considering that the teritory of Serbia, for each parameter, can be devided geographically into several classes, evaluation of average parameter values for the whole territory is calculated as brunt of spatial distrbution-mean class value. The Republic of Serbia climate can be described as moderate continental climate with more or less expressed local characteristics. Spatial distribution of climate parameters is conditioned by geographic position, relief and local influence, as result of combination of relief, division of air pressure of larger scales, terrain exposition, presence of river systems, vegetation, urbanization etc. Regarding geographic determinants which characterize relevant synoptic situations important for the Republic of Serbia weather and climate, we should mention the Alps, Mediterranean sea and bay of Genoa, Panonian plain and valley of Morava, Carpates and Rhodope mountains, as well as hilly-mountain region with basins and plateaus. Predominant meridional position of river basins and plain region on the north of the country enable deep penetration of polar air masses into the south. Average annual air temperature for period for areas with altitude up to 300 m is 10.9 C. Areas with altitude from 300 to 500 m have average annual temperature of about 10.0 C, and over m of altitude about 6.0 C. Annual amounts of precipitation averagely grow with the altitude. In lower areas, annual precipitation height ranges between 540 and 820 mm. Areas with altitude over m averagely have 700 to mm of precipitation, and some mountain peaks on the south-west of Serbia have voluminous precipitation up to mm. Bigger part of Serbia has continental regime of precipitation, with larger amounts in warmer half of the year, except south-west areas where the highest precipitation is measured in the autumn. The rainiest month is June, when averagely falls 12 to 13 % of total annual amount of precipitation. February and October have the lowest precipitation. 3

352 Appearance of snow cover is characteristic for colder part of the year, from November to March, and the largest number of days with snow cover is in January. Annual sums of duration of insolation ranges from to hours a year. Ground air streams are largely conditioned by orography. In warmer part of the year, north-west and west winds are predominant. During colder part of the year, east and south-east wind košava is predominant. In mountainous areas on the south-west of Serbia, south-west winds are predominant. Synoptic stations network where measurements are continually done is presented on Figure 2.1, while recorded characteristic values are presented in Table 2.1. Figure 2.1. Network of synoptic station in the Republic of Serbia It is common to determine distinctive climate zones depending on temperature, altitude and humidity level. Total number of synoptic stations is 29, and three of them are located in Kosovo. Observing surveyed data for Serbia, it is evident that data are uniform for 23 synoptic stations, while synoptic stations Zlatibor (1.028 mnm), Crni Vrh (1.037 mnm) and Kopaonik (1.710 mnm) are exceptions. Since these stations give authoritative data for less than 2 % of total length of researched network, and taking into consideration that this is the level of strategic analysis of the network, Serbia will be observed in this research as one climate zone with unique climate characteristics. Detailed data on all measurements per synoptic stations are presented in attachment. 4

353 Table 2.1. Mean monthly, annual and extreme values recorded on synoptic stations in the Republic of Serbia in the period from 1961 to

354 3. VALUES OF CLIMATE CHARACTERISTICS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA Mean monthly precipitation represent average monthly amount of precipitation in mm. This data was evaluated based on average annual sum of precipitation which is 674 mm for Serbia, and they range in extreme values from 532 mm in Kikinda to 820 mm in Loznica. Adopted value for mean monthly percipitation is 56 mm. Mean annual temperature is determined directly, through analysis of data on "Mean air temperature per year" for period from 1961 to Approximately 90 % of the territory have average annual temperature in interval from 10 to 11 C, while on about 10 % of the territory (higher parts over mnm) average annual temperature is in interval from 6 to 8 C. Based on the stated, adopted value for mean (average) annual temperature for Serbia is 10 C. Average temperature range represents mean annual amplitude of air temperature. Intermediary data relate to evaluation of average annual amplitude of air temperature (avr.max- avr.min). Mean air temperature for July ranges in interval from 26 to 29 C, averagely 27,2 C. Mean air temperature for January ranges in interval from - 2,1 to - 5,3 C, averagely 4,5 C. Based on insight to data on mean monthly air temperatures per months for 23 synoptic stations in Serbia and period from 1961 to 1990, average monthly temperature of the coldest month of the year-month of January, was adopted as minimum mean air temperature: T avr, min = - 4,5 C, while average monthly temperature of the warmest month of the year-month of July, was adopted as maximum mean air temperature: T avr, max =27,2 C. Based these data it results that the smallest possible temperature amplitude is ΔT avr =31,7 C, without daily variations. If "temperature range" defines the highest temperature diffference that can occure in some ares during the year, the following value for this parameter can be adopted: 38,3 C (interval from 28,5 C to - 9,8 C). Number of days per year temperature exceeds 32 C is evaluated based on map I-29 (mean annual number of days with temperature > 30 C). It was adopted that number of days per year with temperature over 32 C is 22. Freezing index represents sum of multiplication result of absolute value of mean daily temperature 0 C and corresponding duration of that temperature ( C-days). Through values of "Mean annual freezing days per year", which represents number of days with minimum daily temperature below 0 C, number of days per year with average daily temperature below 0 C can be estimeted. On the territory of Serbia, average value of number of freezing days is 97, extreme values are from 62 in Belgrade to 151 in Sjenica. Highest number of freezing days is in December and January. In Belgrade, there are 15 freezind days in December with mean minimum temperature of - 0,2 C, and in January there are 20 freezind days with mean minimum temperature of - 2,3 C. In Sjenica there are 27 freezing days in December with mean minimum temperature 6,7 C, and in January there are 29 freezind days with mean minimum temperature 9,8 C. 6

355 For computation of freezing index, 97 freezing days are adopted, which should be divided into intervals and assign one temperature value to each interval. Analyzing intervals for mean daily air temperatures for December and January, the following distribution was adopted: - 75 days have average temperature in interval (- 2 C, 0 C), - 12 days have average temperature in interval (- 6 C, - 2 C), - 5 days have average temperature in interval (- 8 C, - 6 C). - 3 days have average temperature in interval (- 10 C, - 8 C). - 2 days have average temperature in interval (- 12 C, - 10 C). Based on computation, it is obtained that value of freezing index is: 75-1 C C +5-7 C +3-9 C C =207 C-days 4. ADOPTED DATA FOR THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA Table 4.1. presents summary climate data for Serbia whic will be used during strategic analysis of road network of of Serbia with HDM-4 model. Table 4.1. Adopted climate characteristics for the Republic of Serbia parameter parameter value type of climate moderate continental, semi-arid humidity classification moderately dry humidity index - 40 duration of dry period 0,5 mean monthly precipitation 56 mm mean temperature 10 C mean temperature range 38 C number of days per year, temperature exceeds 32 C 22 days freezing index 207 C-days number of days with pavement covered with snow 15 number of days per year with pavement covered with water 0 7

356 5. ATTACHMENT 8

357 Sinoptic station PALIĆ 46 06N 19 46Е n.v. 102 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 1,7 5 10,7 16,5 21,7 24,8 26,9 26,7 23,1 17,3 9,3 3,7 15,6 Average minimum -4,7-2,3 1,3 6 10,7 13, ,5 11,1 6,1 1,8-2,1 5,9 Normal value -1,6 1,1 5,6 11,1 16,3 19, ,2 16,5 11 5,2 0,7 10,5 Absolute maximum 16,4 18,5 27,5 28, ,8 37,1 37,4 33,6 29,2 22,1 16,5 37,4 Absolute minimm -25,2-21,5-15,7-3,3-0,4 3,7 7,6 6,3-0,4-6,1-14,3-21,4-25,2 Average number of frost days 24,8 19,1 10,6 1,1 0, ,1 2,3 9,4 20,1 87,6 Average number of tropical days ,5 3,6 7 7,2 1, ,7 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 85,7 81,2 73,3 67,6 67,5 67, ,8 71,5 75,1 83,3 87,1 74,4 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 68,1 97,8 151,4 182,2 231, ,2 270,1 210,6 170,9 84,3 56,1 2061,3 Number of clear days 2,6 3,4 4 3,9 2,8 2,7 6,9 9,3 7,9 8,4 3,4 2 57,3 Number of cloudy days 15 12,3 10,7 9,1 7,1 5,7 3,6 3,8 5 6,7 13,4 16,6 109 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 35,6 31,3 33,7 42, ,9 56, ,4 27,7 46, ,3 Maxum daily sum 29,1 28,5 22,7 42,4 55,2 85,7 64,5 45,8 32,1 24,1 54,2 35,2 85,7 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 11,5 11,6 11,6 11,6 12,4 12,8 9,9 8,8 8,5 7,9 11,6 13,4 131,6 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,9 0,6 0,7 0,9 1,6 2,2 1,9 1,8 1 0,7 1,2 0,9 14,4 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 7,8 6,8 3,8 0, ,7 5,7 26 snow cover 14,3 9,3 4 0, ,1 1,7 8,4 37,9 fog 13,2 7,5 3,4 1,2 1,1 0,8 0,2 1,1 2,1 5,6 9 12,8 58 ice pellets 0 0 0,1 0,2 0,1 0,1 0,2 0,2 0,

358 Sinoptic station SOMBOR 45 46N 19 09Е n.v. 88 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 2,1 5,5 11,4 17,1 22,1 25,1 27,1 26,9 23,4 17,8 9,7 4,1 16 Average minimum -4,8-2,4 0,8 5,4 10,1 13,2 14,2 13,6 10,2 5,4 1,6-2,2 5,4 Normal value -1,3 1,3 5,7 11,1 16,3 19,3 20, ,2 10,9 5,3 0,9 10,5 Absolute maximum 17,9 21,2 27,6 29,5 35,1 35,7 38,7 37,6 33,7 29,3 25,7 20,7 38,7 Absolute minimm -27,2-26,3-20,3-3, ,4 4,6-2,2-6,4-18,4-22,1-27,2 Average number of frost days 24,9 19,2 11,9 1,8 0, ,2 3,6 10,4 20,6 92,7 Average number of tropical days ,9 3,9 7,7 7, ,2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 85,2 81,4 73,9 69,1 68,2 69,4 69,1 71,2 74,8 76,5 83,7 86,5 75,8 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 64, ,3 179,6 224,5 247,2 285,9 265,2 204,8 162,2 77,1 55, Number of clear days 2,6 3,5 3,8 3,7 3,2 3,6 7,9 9,9 8,3 8,5 2,9 1,9 59,8 Number of cloudy days 14,7 12,6 10,8 8,9 8,2 6 4,5 3,9 5,1 7,1 13,6 15,9 111,3 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 37,1 31,7 35, , ,7 51,8 37,4 36,8 51,8 43,5 573,5 Maxum daily sum 25,8 28,4 21,2 42,1 64,5 83,3 62, ,8 33,4 37,6 27,9 83,3 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 10,6 10,6 11,3 12,2 12,4 13,3 10,3 9,3 8,9 8 11,9 12,6 131,4 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,9 0,7 0,8 1,4 1,4 2,5 1,9 1,7 1,1 1,3 1,6 1,1 16,4 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 7,4 6,3 3,3 0, ,8 6 25,1 snow cover 15 9,5 3,6 0, ,1 7,2 37,5 fog 7,6 4,9 2 0,8 0,9 1,2 0,4 1,2 2,1 4, ,5 ice pellets ,1 0,2 0,3 0,2 0,1 0 0,

359 Sinoptic station KIKINDA 45 51N 20 28Е n.v. 81 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 1,8 5,1 11,3 17,1 22,3 25,2 27, ,6 17,7 9,7 3,8 16 Average minimum -4,7-2,3 1,2 5,9 10,6 13,6 14,6 14,2 11 6,1 2-1,9 5,9 Normal value -1,5 1,2 5,9 11,4 16,6 19,6 21,1 20,4 16,7 11,3 5,5 0,9 10,8 Absolute maximum 15,9 21,4 28,3 29,4 33,2 35,3 38,4 37,6 34,2 29,5 25,3 19,7 38,4 Absolute minimm -29, ,6-4,8-0,5 4 7,1 6-1,4-5,9-13,8-21,6-29,8 Average number of frost days 24,4 18,2 11,1 1,3 0, ,1 2,5 9,4 19,7 86,8 Average number of tropical days ,9 4,5 8,6 8 1, ,9 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 85,3 81,6 73,1 68,3 67,7 69,2 66,9 69,1 71,3 74,6 83, ,8 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 66,1 89,3 146,8 183,6 236,4 262,8 302, ,6 177,1 82,2 57, Number of clear days 3,6 3,9 5,1 4,5 4,3 4,6 9, ,7 3,9 2,6 71,7 Number of cloudy days 14 11,3 9,4 7, ,8 3,2 4,5 6 12,2 15,2 97,4 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 34 31,4 35,1 46,3 52,7 75,7 51,3 50,8 37,4 31,3 43,6 45,6 535,2 Maxum daily sum 21,2 30, , ,4 56,2 74,7 35, ,3 22,9 74,7 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 11,6 11,2 11,1 11,8 11,7 12,8 9,4 8,8 7,6 7,2 12,1 13,1 128,4 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,6 0,7 0,8 1,2 1,5 2,3 1,6 1,8 1,2 1 0,8 1,1 14 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 6,9 5,6 3,1 0, ,1 1,7 5,1 22,7 snow cover 14,4 8,1 3, ,3 8,2 35,3 fog 8,1 4,3 2,3 0,8 1 0,5 0,4 0,7 1,1 3 6,3 6,7 35,2 ice pellets 0 0 0,1 0,3 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,2 0,1 0, ,4

360 Sinoptic station Rimski Šančevi - Novi Sad 45 20N 19 51Е n.v. 84 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 2,5 5,7 11,5 17,2 22,2 25,2 27,2 27,2 23, ,3 4,5 16,3 Average minimum -4,4-2,3 1,2 5,8 10,6 13,6 14,7 14,2 11,2 6,3 2,2-1,9 5,9 Normal value -1 1,5 6 11,4 16,6 19,6 21,1 20,6 16,9 11,5 5,9 1,2 10,9 Absolute maximum 18 22,4 28, ,2 36,1 39, ,7 29,3 26, Absolute minimm -28, ,9-4,9-0,4 0,2 6,6 6,9-1,6-5,4-13,8-19,6-28,6 Average number of frost days 23,8 17,8 10,6 1, ,1 2,1 9,2 18,8 83,8 Average number of tropical days ,8 4,1 8,3 8,4 2, ,1 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 85,5 80,9 72,9 68,4 67,9 69,8 67,2 68,6 72,2 74,6 82,7 86,6 74,8 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 68,1 88,6 147,9 176,8 231,5 249,7 289,2 272, ,8 83,4 55,2 2042,4 Number of clear days 2,9 3,7 4,5 3,9 4,2 4,7 9,6 10,9 9,4 8,7 3,3 2,4 68,2 Number of cloudy days ,9 9,5 7,4 6,1 4,2 3,6 5 7,1 13,3 15,9 110 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 37,8 34,8 40,7 46,8 56,9 82,5 61,2 55,3 35,9 34,8 45,9 44,2 576,8 Maxum daily sum 29,2 36,3 32,6 35,2 91, ,6 42,9 33,4 29,3 20,7 24,2 91,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 12 11,3 11, ,1 13 9,8 8,7 8,5 7,5 11,8 12,5 130,9 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1 0,8 1 1,2 1,7 2,7 2 1,8 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,1 17,1 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 7,5 6,2 3,1 0, ,1 1,6 5,7 24,5 snow cover 15,5 9,2 3,4 0, ,8 7,7 37,7 fog 6,3 3,3 1,7 0,8 0,6 0,4 0,3 0,6 0,7 3,3 5,8 6 29,8 ice pellets ,2 0,2 0,4 0,2 0,2 0 0,1 0 0,1 1

361 Sinoptic station ZRENJANIN 45 22N 20 25Е n.v. 80 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 2,4 6 11,6 16,9 22, ,3 27,1 23,5 17,6 9,6 4,3 16,1 Average minimum -4,1-1,6 1,6 5,8 10,7 13,4 14,6 14,3 11,1 6,3 1,8-1,7 6 Normal value -0,9 1,9 6,3 11,2 16,7 19,3 20,9 20,5 16,8 11,4 5,4 1,3 10,9 Absolute maximum 15,7 22,4 28,6 29,5 33,4 35,6 37,6 37,8 34,5 28, ,5 37,8 Absolute minimm -27,3-20,7-17,6-3,8-0,4 2 5,4 5,4-3 -7,8-13,2-19,6-27,3 Average number of frost days 23,8 16,6 10,1 1, ,1 2,7 9,8 18,8 83,3 Average number of tropical days ,9 3,9 8, ,4 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 84,3 79,9 72,2 68,9 68,1 70,8 68,7 69,3 72,3 75,1 82,4 86,1 74,8 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 72, ,4 173,7 222, , ,7 168,7 82,2 60,3 2010,6 Number of clear days 3 3,8 5,1 4,1 4,5 4,4 8,9 10,1 8,6 8,6 3,7 2,6 67,4 Number of cloudy days 14, ,3 8,8 6,6 5,7 3,8 3,5 4,6 7,5 12,3 15,4 105,1 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 34,9 33,5 37,3 46,4 56, ,3 46, ,2 41,2 38,3 562,1 Maxum daily sum 19,1 35,6 24,5 37, ,7 60,3 33,9 42,4 30,2 23,2 23,9 77 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 11,9 10,5 11, ,5 12,8 9,8 9,2 8,1 8,5 10,6 12,1 128,5 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,8 0,9 0,8 1,3 1,6 2,8 1,9 1,6 1,3 1,1 1,1 0,7 15,9 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 7,2 5,5 3,3 0, ,1 1,4 5,4 23,2 snow cover 11,7 7,8 3, ,2 7,4 31,2 fog 6,1 3 1,7 0,6 0,9 1 0,3 0,9 1,3 3,9 5,4 6,5 31,6 ice pellets ,1 0,2 0, ,5

362 Sinoptic station SREMSKA MITROVICA 45 06N 19 33Е n.v. 82 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,1 6,6 12,4 17,4 22,7 25,2 27,3 27,1 23, ,1 5 16,5 Average minimum -4,1-2,1 1,2 5,7 10,5 13,3 14,5 14,1 10,9 5,9 1,8-1,9 5,8 Normal value -0,8 1,8 6,2 11,5 16,5 19,3 20,7 20,2 16,5 11,2 5,7 1,2 10,8 Absolute maximum 18,8 23,2 28,9 29, ,9 39,8 38,4 34,8 28,6 24, ,8 Absolute minimm -29,5-22,5-17,3-3,4-0,3 3 7,7 5,8-2 -5,4-13,5-18,6-29,5 Average number of frost days 24,9 18,7 10,1 0, ,1 2,2 9,7 19,9 86,5 Average number of tropical days ,2 3,9 8,7 7,7 2, ,6 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 85,6 80,8 73, , ,9 74,4 77,1 78,1 84, ,1 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average ,8 169, ,9 237,1 268,1 290,4 170,5 170,3 76,3 59,7 2103,7 Number of clear days 2,2 3,3 4,9 3, ,2 10,5 8,8 8,8 3,3 2,2 68 Number of cloudy days 14,7 11,8 10,1 9 7,5 5,7 3,9 3,5 5,4 6,8 12,9 15,2 106,5 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 40,4 37,3 40,8 51,1 58,2 84,3 64,6 54,2 44,1 38, ,4 614,6 Maxum daily sum 30,8 31,9 35,9 26,3 50,2 61,8 64,2 55,4 39,3 39,7 27,4 29,2 64,2 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 12,7 11,2 11,8 13,1 12,7 13,3 10,1 10 9,2 8,3 12,4 13,1 137,9 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1, ,5 1,7 2,6 2,1 1,9 1,4 1,3 1,7 1,4 18,7 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 8,8 6,9 3,2 0, ,2 2,2 6,3 27,9 snow cover 14,5 8 2,6 0, ,6 7,7 34,5 fog 6,9 4,3 1,7 0,8 1 1,3 0,9 1,6 3 4,8 6,3 7,7 40,3 ice pellets 0,1 0,1 0 0,1 0,2 0,2 0,3 0,1 0, ,2

363 Sinoptic station BEOGRAD - VRAČAR 44 48N 20 28Е n.v. 132 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,5 6,5 11,9 17,5 22,5 25,3 27,3 27,3 23,7 18,1 11 5,3 16,7 Average minimum -2,3-0,2 3,3 7,8 12, ,3 16,1 13 8,3 4-0,2 7,8 Normal value 0,4 2,8 7,2 12,4 17,2 20,1 21,8 21,4 17,7 12,5 7 2,3 11,9 Absolute maximum 20,3 23,1 28,9 29,9 34,1 35,7 40,2 38,7 35,3 29,3 28,4 22,6 40,2 Absolute minimm ,4-12,4-1,9 1,6 4,6 9,3 6,7 0,6-2, ,1-21 Average number of frost days 20 14,1 6,4 0, ,7 5,3 15,5 62,2 Average number of tropical days ,3 8,8 8,6 2, ,1 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 78,3 73,3 65,3 61,6 63,4 65, ,1 68,3 70,4 76,2 79,8 69,1 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 71, ,8 177, ,5 284,3 265,9 202,9 168,7 89, ,1 Number of clear days 4,1 3,6 5,5 4,7 5,4 5,5 10,4 11,7 10,4 9,8 4,1 2,8 78 Number of cloudy days 14,2 11,8 10 9,1 7,3 5,4 3,5 3,7 5,1 6,7 11,9 15,1 103,8 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 49,3 44,4 49,5 58,8 70,7 90,4 66,5 51,2 51,4 40,3 54,3 57,5 684,3 Maxum daily sum 33,2 34,8 36,8 39,4 56,4 68,5 72,6 75,6 84,8 37, ,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 13,3 12,2 11,8 12,7 13,5 13,8 9,9 8,9 9 8,2 12,1 13,7 139,1 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,7 1,1 1,4 1,8 2,2 3 1,9 1,4 1,4 1,4 1,7 1,5 20,5 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 10,5 7,5 4,3 0, ,2 2,5 8,3 33,7 snow cover 15,5 10,1 3,8 0, ,1 2,4 10,7 42,7 fog 5,2 2,7 1,2 0,2 0,3 0,2 0,1 0,1 0,5 1,6 3,9 5,7 21,7 ice pellets 0 0 0,1 0,4 0,4 0,4 0,2 0, ,6

364 Sinoptic station LOZNICA 44 33N 19 14Е n.v. 121 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,8 6,9 12,1 17,5 22,4 25,3 27,4 27,4 23,9 18,3 11,3 5,6 16,8 Average minimum -3,5-1,4 1,8 6 10,4 13,6 14,8 14,3 11,2 6,6 2,5-1,4 6,2 Normal value -0,2 2,3 6,5 11,4 16,1 19,2 20,7 20,1 16,5 11,3 6,2 1,8 11 Absolute maximum 20,8 23,5 28, ,1 40,3 35, ,4 40,3 Absolute minimm -25, ,5-3 -0,7 4,1 7,7 5-0,1-4,6-13,4-17,6-25,4 Average number of frost days 22,8 17,1 8,8 0, ,1 1,7 7,6 17,9 76,6 Average number of tropical days ,3 4,5 9,2 9,6 3, ,9 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 82,2 79,1 72,1 69,1 70,8 72, ,3 77,5 79,7 81,6 83,1 76 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 65,4 84,5 137,6 173,6 224,5 242,6 289,2 265,7 200,8 155,8 80,4 55,7 1975,8 Number of clear days 2,8 3 4,8 4,1 4,5 5,4 10,5 11 8,7 6,9 3,3 2,1 67,1 Number of cloudy days 15,5 13,5 11,9 10,5 8,8 6,9 4,9 4,4 6,3 8, ,3 121,8 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 51 49,2 57, ,7 99,5 84,4 76,3 61,9 53,7 70,3 63,6 820,3 Maxum daily sum 31,6 29,6 33,8 40,5 59,6 50,3 80,7 77,1 57,3 51,5 50,9 52,4 80,7 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14,1 12,7 13, ,8 14,9 10,3 10,1 9,8 9,6 13,1 14,8 150,8 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,5 1,4 1,7 2,4 3 3,6 2,9 2, ,5 1,9 27,4 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 9,2 6,8 4 0, ,1 2,4 7,3 30,2 snow cover 17,3 10,8 4,2 0, ,9 11,1 46,5 fog 4,7 3,5 1,5 0,5 0,8 0,4 0,4 1,5 3,3 5,5 5,4 5 32,5 ice pellets ,1 0,1 0,3 0,1 0, ,7

365 Sinoptic station VALJEVO 44 19N 19 55Е n.v. 176 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 4,2 7 12,2 17, ,9 26, ,7 18,3 11,6 5,7 16,7 Average minimum -4, ,4 9,9 13,1 14, ,5 5,7 1,7-2,3 5,6 Normal value -0,4 2 6,3 11, ,1 20,8 20,2 16,5 11,2 6,1 1,5 10,9 Absolute maximum 19,9 23,7 28,8 29,9 35,4 36,5 39,8 39,8 37,3 30,7 28,3 21,3 39,8 Absolute minimm -28,4-23,3-15,7-5 -1,4 3,4 7,3 3,2-2,4-6,1-15, ,4 Average number of frost days 25,3 18,8 11,4 1, ,1 3 10, ,5 Average number of tropical days ,8 3,4 7,7 8,4 2,8 0, ,2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 81,6 77,9 71, ,7 72,2 69,8 71,5 75,3 77,6 80,6 82,6 75 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 70,4 82,5 139,4 164,5 213, ,9 266, ,6 92,1 59,9 1969,6 Number of clear days 2,8 2,7 4,4 3,8 3,8 3,9 9,1 10,9 9,5 8,4 3,7 2,1 65,1 Number of cloudy days 15,4 13,6 12,1 10,6 9,7 7,4 5 4,7 6,2 8,5 13,1 16,6 122,9 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 50,4 46,2 54,2 63,5 88,1 108,3 76,7 67,9 59,6 48,3 59,6 59,4 782,2 Maxum daily sum 41,7 30,8 29,2 49,2 49,2 93,7 60, , ,2 53,2 93,7 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 13,3 12, ,1 13,8 14,3 10,3 9,7 9,2 8,6 11,7 13,8 143,3 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,2 1,2 1,5 1,8 2,9 3,9 2,6 2,5 1,8 1,7 1,8 1,8 24,7 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 8,8 6,8 4,4 0, ,1 2,2 7,1 29,9 snow cover 15,8 10,7 3,7 0, ,2 11,6 44,3 fog 4,2 2,4 1,1 0,2 0,4 0,2 0,1 0,4 1,6 2,9 4,2 4,8 22,5 ice pellets 0 0 0,1 0,2 0,2 0,4 0,3 0,3 0, ,6

366 Sinoptic station SMEDEREVSKA PALANKA 44 22N 20 57Е n.v. 121 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,4 6,4 11,7 17,4 22,2 25,2 27,2 27,2 23, ,1 16,6 Average minimum -3,9-1,8 1,4 5,5 10,2 13,1 14,2 13,6 10,5 5,8 2,2-1,8 5,8 Normal value -0,4 2 6,3 11,5 16,3 19,3 20,9 20,4 16,7 11,2 6,2 1,6 11 Absolute maximum 18,6 23,4 28,3 31,2 34, ,3 39,2 37, ,8 41,3 Absolute minimm -29,9-25,7-18,1-5 -0,8 1,5 6,5 5,1-3,3-7,3-16,5-23,6-29,9 Average number of frost days 22,8 17,2 10,6 1, ,2 3,3 9,6 18,7 84,2 Average number of tropical days ,9 4,1 8,4 8,8 2, ,7 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 80,5 77,1 69,6 66, ,6 68,2 69,4 72,3 74,7 79,3 82,6 73,3 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 80,8 94,8 148,9 181,4 231,9 249,9 292,4 274,9 209,6 172,4 98,3 66,3 2101,6 Number of clear days 3,2 3,4 5,1 4 4,3 5 9,9 12,1 9,4 8,3 3,8 2,4 70,9 Number of cloudy days 15,6 13,5 11,1 9,8 8,5 6,2 4,5 3,9 5,5 7,7 13,1 16,6 116 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 44,4 39,9 46, , ,9 46,6 47,5 39,8 52,5 48,8 636,2 Maxum daily sum 28,2 32,6 28,6 38,7 59,1 60,6 129,3 85,9 47,3 30,7 42,5 29,5 129,3 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14,1 12,3 12,3 12,4 13,2 13,7 10,1 8,8 8,4 8,4 12,3 14,5 140,5 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,9 0,9 1,4 1,4 2,4 2,9 1,7 1,4 1,5 1,2 1,3 1,5 18,5 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 9,5 7,4 4,3 0, ,2 2,5 7,6 31,9 snow cover 15,3 9,1 3,8 0, ,1 3 10,1 41,6 fog 4,4 3,2 1,6 1,3 2,5 3,1 2,5 3,7 6,1 5,5 5,1 5,7 44,7 ice pellets ,1 0,1 0,4 0,2 0, ,9

367 Sinoptic station VELIKO GRADIŠTE 44 45N 21 31Е n.v. 82 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 2,4 5,3 11,2 17,4 22,4 25,4 27,5 27,4 23,7 17,6 10,2 4,2 16,2 Average minimum -3,8-1,8 1,7 6,2 10,9 13,6 14,5 14,4 11,4 6,9 2,5-1,6 6,2 Normal value -0,8 1,5 6 11,6 16,4 19,3 20,8 20,4 16,8 11,6 6 1,2 10,9 Absolute maximum 15,5 21, ,4 34,4 35,8 39,3 37,9 35,5 31,7 27,1 17,7 39,3 Absolute minimm -26,4-22, ,4 7,7 6,1-2,1-5,1-14,2-19,1-26,4 Average number of frost days 23,4 17,5 9,8 1, ,1 1,8 8,2 18,4 80,8 Average number of tropical days ,8 4,7 8,7 9,2 2,5 0, RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 81,5 78,4 70,7 68,3 70,5 71,9 70,6 70,2 72,5 73,7 79,7 83,7 74,3 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 64, ,8 172, ,6 210,9 165,3 84,1 62,1 1987,8 Number of clear days 2,4 3 4,4 3,4 3,5 3,9 8,7 11,1 8,6 7,2 3,2 1,9 61,3 Number of cloudy days 15,5 13,7 11,7 10,6 8,2 6,8 4,5 4,3 5,1 7,2 13, ,7 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 48,8 43, ,9 73,6 87,6 67,7 56,7 50,3 41,2 47,3 58,5 674,8 Maxum daily sum 34,7 32,4 32,1 53, ,8 99,8 71,6 46,1 59,4 22,5 37,8 112,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14 12,9 12, ,3 13,7 10,5 9,2 8,3 8,6 12,9 15,3 144,3 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,3 1,1 1,1 1,6 2,4 2,8 2,4 2 1,8 1,4 1,2 1,5 20,6 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 10,3 8,1 4,2 0, ,1 2,2 8,6 33,8 snow cover 15,3 9,7 3, ,6 41,2 fog 3,8 2,6 1,4 0,9 1,1 0,9 0,9 1,3 2,8 3,3 3,2 4,8 27 ice pellets ,1 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,2 0, ,7

368 Sinoptic station ZLATIBOR 43 44N 19 43Е n.v m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 0,3 2,3 6,3 11,4 16, ,1 21, ,9 7,4 1,9 11,5 Average minimum -6,4-4,6-1,6 2,7 7,3 10,1 11,8 11,9 9 4,7-0,1-4,5 3,4 Normal value -3,3-1,5 2 6,6 11,5 14,4 16,3 16,3 13,1 8,4 3,2-1,5 7,1 Absolute maximum 13,8 18,2 21,7 24,5 29,7 31, ,4 30, ,6 17,1 34 Absolute minimm -22,8-19,8-18,7-7,3-3,3-2,2 4,2 2, , ,8 Average number of frost days 27 22,5 18,5 7,6 0, ,2 4,2 15,2 24,7 120,3 Average number of tropical days ,1 0,8 0, ,3 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 84,3 81,5 75,3 70,6 72,2 74,7 72,7 71,9 74,8 77,2 80,9 85,4 76,8 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 81,2 92,9 136,9 161,6 197,7 213,8 263,3 250,6 201,2 162,9 106, ,3 Number of clear days 3,5 2,7 3,9 3,2 2,2 2,5 6,7 8,5 7,9 6,8 4,3 3 55,2 Number of cloudy days 14,3 12,6 11,8 8,9 8,2 7,6 5,7 4,8 6, ,2 113,8 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 68 60, , ,3 83,4 66,6 85, ,3 Maxum daily sum 47,6 37,6 33,3 56,1 53,2 67,2 82, ,7 75,5 49,6 116 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 15,3 14,6 15,7 15, ,4 11,3 11,1 11,1 13, ,6 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 2,1 1,8 1,8 2,1 3,5 3,4 3,2 2,7 2,5 2,2 2,7 2,2 30,2 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 14,1 13,4 11,7 6,7 0, ,1 2 7,3 11,8 67,8 snow cover 28 23,1 19 6,2 0, ,1 0,1 2 11,1 22,2 112,3 fog 12,4 10,6 10,7 8,8 8,4 9 6,6 6 8,9 10,7 12,4 12,8 117,3 ice pellets ,4 0,7 0,3 0,3 0,6 0, ,1 2,5

369 Sinoptic station POŽEGA 43 51N 20 02Е n.v. 310 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 1,7 6 11,5 16,9 21,6 24,5 26,6 26,6 23,2 17,4 10 3,1 15,8 Average minimum -6,4-3,6-0,4 3,6 8,4 11,8 12,9 12,5 9,6 4,8 0,4-4 4,1 Normal value -2,6 0,7 5,1 10,1 14,7 17,7 19,2 18,6 15,1 9,9 4,3-0,7 9,3 Absolute maximum 18,8 22,7 27,7 29,6 35,6 36,1 39,4 37,6 36,3 29,7 27, ,4 Absolute minimm -30,7-27,5-20,2-8 -1,3 3,2 5,3 3,8-2,4-6,5-18,4-27,2-30,7 Average number of frost days ,8 4,4 0, ,2 4 13,3 24,9 112,8 Average number of tropical days ,9 2,8 6,9 7,3 2, ,1 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 85,1 80,6 73,9 69,8 73,6 75,6 74,4 76,2 79, ,1 87,2 78,4 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 45, ,6 152, ,4 226,3 217,4 153,5 110,6 64,2 33, Number of clear days 1,4 1,7 3,5 3,6 2,1 2 4,3 4,7 2,2 1,1 1,5 1 29,1 Number of cloudy days 17 13,5 12,3 9,8 10,1 8,5 5,8 5,7 7,8 9,7 13,9 18,4 132,5 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 52,1 42,4 49, ,1 80, ,2 49,9 62, ,9 Maxum daily sum 34,2 34,8 37,6 72,8 59,4 56,7 62,2 46,5 64,5 39,8 95,3 35,2 95,3 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 15,1 13,5 13,5 12,9 14,3 14,8 11,2 10, ,9 13,8 15,1 159,5 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,5 1,1 1,4 1,6 2,7 3,2 2,7 1,9 2,1 1,6 1,8 1,6 23,2 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 9,7 8,2 5,6 0, ,4 2,8 8 35,5 snow cover 23,1 14,8 5,1 0, ,1 4,1 15,3 62,9 fog 10,4 7,2 3,9 3,7 9,9 11,9 12,8 15,4 17,5 17,6 11,2 12,2 133,7 ice pellets ,2 0,5 0,3 0,4 0,3 0, ,8

370 Sinoptic station KRAGUJEVAC 44 02N 20 56E n.v. 185 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,8 6,7 11,8 17, ,2 27,3 23,9 18,2 11,5 5,6 16,7 Average minimum -3,8-1,7 1,4 5,5 10, ,2 13,7 10,7 6,3 2,4-1,6 5,9 Normal value -0,1 2,2 6,3 11,3 16, ,6 20,2 16,7 11,4 6,4 1,8 11 Absolute maximum 18,6 23,6 28,2 31,2 34,4 37, ,4 37, , Absolute minimm -27,6-23, ,9-0,6 2,7 7,2 4,6-2, ,4-20,7-27,6 Average number of frost days 22,7 16,7 10,2 1, ,2 2,3 8,3 17,9 79,8 Average number of tropical days ,1 0,8 4 8,3 9,5 3,2 0, ,1 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 79 76,1 70,3 67,8 69,8 71,3 69,4 70,2 73, ,9 80,7 73,4 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 71,4 89,1 137,8 175,6 224,3 242,6 285,1 268,1 205,1 162,9 93,2 60,6 2015,8 Number of clear days 3,5 3,6 5,1 4,1 4,3 4,6 9,3 11,7 9,8 9 4,5 2,6 72,1 Number of cloudy days 14, ,5 9,3 8,7 6,3 4,8 4,1 5,8 7,5 12,2 15,6 113,6 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 41,1 38,7 44,4 49,4 73,8 84, ,3 44,8 38,2 48,2 47,6 632,2 Maxum daily sum 36,1 42,4 31,6 41,9 44,4 46,8 65,8 84,2 45,6 36,8 34,4 43,7 84,2 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 11,6 10,4 10,6 12,2 13,1 12,9 9,3 9,3 8,1 8,6 10,3 12,3 128,7 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1 1 1,5 1,3 2,4 2,9 2,5 1,6 1,4 1,3 1,4 1,4 19,7 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 7,6 5,9 3,7 0, ,1 2,2 5,9 25,7 snow cover 14,2 8,2 3,5 0, ,1 3 10,3 39,5 fog 1,1 0,7 0,2 0, ,1 0,2 0,6 1,9 1,7 6,6 ice pellets ,1 0,1 0,3 0,2 0, ,8

371 Sinoptic station KRALJEVO 43 42N 20 42Е n.v. 215 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,3 6, ,7 22,3 25,2 27,3 27,5 23, ,7 Average minimum -4,3-1,7 1,4 5,7 10,1 13,1 14,2 13,7 10,6 6 1,9-2,1 5,7 Normal value -0,5 2,3 6,5 11,7 16,2 19,1 20,8 20,4 16,8 11,5 6,2 1,4 11 Absolute maximum 18,2 25,5 27,6 32,1 34,8 37,7 38,9 38,7 37,3 31,9 28,6 21,9 38,9 Absolute minimm ,6-14,4-3,5-1, ,1-1,8-5,6-17,4-19,2-24 Average number of frost days 24,4 18,1 11,1 1, ,1 2,8 10,3 20,3 88,3 Average number of tropical days ,1 1,1 3,8 7,7 9,3 2,8 0, RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 81,1 76,7 69,8 65, ,4 70, , ,5 83,1 74,1 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 58,1 83,7 139,1 163,3 202,8 212,7 255,8 251,9 193,2 151,8 77,7 45,1 1835,2 Number of clear days 3 2,9 4,2 3,6 4,2 4,4 9,2 10,4 8,7 7,3 3,2 2,4 63,5 Number of cloudy days 15,5 14,3 12,6 10,4 10,2 7,3 5,2 4,8 6,9 9 13,1 16,7 126 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 53,6 49,1 53,3 60,5 91, , ,5 45,8 60,1 60,8 761 Maxum daily sum 34,9 71,4 39,4 33,4 124,1 40,8 44,2 56,1 61,9 40,5 62,2 55,6 124,1 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14,4 12,7 13,3 13,2 14,7 14,4 11,2 10,3 9,6 9,1 12,3 13,9 149,1 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,4 1 1,7 1,7 2,6 3,3 2,8 1,9 2 1,5 1,8 2 23,7 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 10,7 8,4 6 0, ,4 3,3 8,8 38,4 snow cover 16,7 9,4 4,2 0, ,1 3,9 12,8 47,5 fog 6,4 3,1 1,3 1,2 3 2,5 2,2 3,9 8 8,1 7,3 7,5 54,5 ice pellets 0 0 0,1 0,3 0,3 0,3 0,1 0, ,2

372 Sinoptic station ĆUPRIJA 43 56N 21 23Е n.v. 123 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,1 6,1 11,7 17,8 22,6 25,5 27,5 27,8 24,2 18,1 10,9 4,8 16,7 Average minimum -4,2-2,1 1 5,1 9,8 12,6 13, ,6 1,9-2 5,4 Normal value -0,7 1,7 5,9 11,4 16, ,4 20,1 16,4 11,1 5,9 1,3 10,7 Absolute maximum 20 23,8 28,6 32,7 35, ,2 39, , ,2 Absolute minimm -27,1-25,8-17,2-6,8-3,2 1 5,2 3,6-3,3-7,6-18, ,1 Average number of frost days 23,8 18,6 12,3 3,8 0, ,3 4 9,9 19,1 91,9 Average number of tropical days ,1 1,2 5 9,1 10,9 3,5 0, RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 81,8 78,4 71,6 68,7 70,8 72,9 71,3 71,3 74,2 76,2 80,3 83,9 75,1 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 70,4 87,9 143, ,7 244, ,5 209,7 168,1 91,3 55,5 2048,1 Number of clear days 3,1 3,1 4,6 3,8 4,2 5, ,2 8,3 4,2 2,3 72 Number of cloudy days 15,9 13,5 12,3 9,7 9,3 6,1 4,5 3,8 5,5 7,2 13,4 16,8 118 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 45,6 43,5 45,2 52,9 78,7 87,5 60,7 43,4 47,7 37,8 52,9 55,6 651,5 Maxum daily sum 26, ,2 38,2 54,3 42,8 50,5 87,8 48,2 32, ,1 87,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14,4 12,8 12,9 12,7 14,3 13,4 9,6 9 8,3 8,5 12,5 15,3 143,7 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1 1 1,3 1,4 2,4 2,9 2,2 1 1,7 1,3 1,7 1,5 19,4 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 10,6 7,5 4,7 0, ,2 2,3 8,8 34,4 snow cover 15,7 10,4 4,2 0, ,1 3,2 13,1 46,8 fog 2,5 1,6 0,6 0,7 1 0,7 0,8 1 2,5 3,7 3 3,5 21,6 ice pellets ,2 0,3 0,5 0,1 0, ,2

373 Sinoptic station CRNI VRH 44 07N 21 57E n.v m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum ,4 10,7 15,9 18,5 20,7 20,6 17,1 11,4 5 0,6 10,3 Average minimum -7-5,6-2 2,7 7,6 10,2 12,1 12 9,1 4-0,9-4,8 3,1 Normal value -4, ,4 11,5 14, ,8 12,6 7,3 1,8-2,3 6,4 Absolute maximum 14,4 18,3 22,6 23,8 28,7 28,8 33,8 30,3 31,1 24,7 21,1 18,3 33,8 Absolute minimm -20,6-22,2-18,6-7,3-2,8 2 4,4 4,7-3,6-8,2-13, ,2 Average number of frost days 28, ,3 8,3 0, ,2 5,5 17, ,3 Average number of tropical days ,7 0, ,8 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 87 87,3 81,7 75,8 77, , ,6 82,4 86,8 88,7 81,8 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 70, ,8 179,2 224,4 243, ,4 207,5 164,5 97,2 62,1 2016,1 Number of clear days 2,4 2,1 3,8 3 2,6 4,1 8,2 9,7 7,7 7,1 3,5 1,5 55,7 Number of cloudy days 17,9 16,9 15,2 11,6 10,8 8 5,3 5,2 7 10, ,5 141,5 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 42,6 46,3 52,2 63,5 104,6 121,9 90,2 64, ,3 58,4 49,8 810,1 Maxum daily sum 21,3 31,4 46,2 54,7 66,7 100,7 71,9 61,5 78,5 40,6 33,6 29,1 100,7 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 21, ,6 15, , ,9 10,5 11,9 16,4 19,2 184 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,6 0,9 1,3 1,7 3,7 4,1 2,8 1,8 2,1 1, ,8 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 18,3 16,3 13,4 5,3 0, ,8 7, ,1 snow cover 30, ,3 6 0, ,7 11,4 26,9 123,7 fog 22,4 20, ,5 13,3 13,5 11,6 11,3 12,8 16,9 20,5 23,8 201,5 ice pellets 0 0 0,1 0,4 0,9 1,2 0,3 0 0,

374 Sinoptic station NEGOTIN 44 14N 22 33Е n.v. 42 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 2,3 4,9 10,6 17,6 22,8 26,2 28,5 28,2 24,5 17,6 9,9 4,5 16,5 Average minimum -4,5-2,4 1 6,1 10,9 14,1 15,5 14,7 11,2 5,8 1,9-1,9 6 Normal value -1,1 1,1 5,5 11,8 16,9 20,2 22,1 21,2 17,3 11 5,7 1,3 11,1 Absolute maximum 18,1 22,4 26,8 30,6 25,6 25,6 41,2 37,4 37,7 31,2 25,6 20,6 41,2 Absolute minimm -28,5-25, ,2 1 4,5 8,4 5,6-3,6-7,6-13, ,5 Average number of frost days 24,9 18,5 11, ,1 3,2 9,3 20,4 89,3 Average number of tropical days ,8 5,9 10,9 10,9 2,6 0, ,2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 81,1 80,1 74,4 68,3 68,5 66,9 63,5 65,4 69,2 75,7 80,8 82,1 73 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 71,4 78,1 128,8 176,3 229,6 261,9 301,2 275,5 210,5 151,8 83,7 67,1 2035,9 Number of clear days 3,7 3,5 4,6 4,6 4,6 5, ,9 10,9 8 3, Number of cloudy days 15,1 14,1 12,7 9,2 7,2 5,1 2,9 3 4,4 7,8 13,1 15,4 110 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 41 51,8 56,8 62,6 68,1 67,1 48,8 40,7 40,8 47,8 64,7 55,8 646 Maxum daily sum 26,3 61,8 54,8 112,8 38,4 74, ,3 56,5 51, ,2 116,3 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 11,8 12,6 11,6 11, ,5 8,2 7,3 7,2 8 12,1 12,1 126,9 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,9 1,1 2 1,6 2,4 2 1,4 1,3 1,3 1,7 2,1 1,6 19,4 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 9,5 7 4,7 0, ,3 1,7 6,7 30 snow cover 17,5 12,1 7,3 0, ,1 2,5 11,5 51,1 fog 6,4 4,2 2,4 0,3 0,2 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,6 4,4 4,7 6,1 29,6 ice pellets ,1 0,2 0, ,5

375 Sinoptic station ZAJEČAR 43 53N 22 18E n.v. 144 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 2,6 5,2 10,5 17,5 22,6 25,8 28, ,2 17,5 10,4 4,6 16,4 Average minimum -5,3-3,2 0 4,6 9,1 12,3 13,3 12,8 9,5 4,6 0,9-2,9 4,6 Normal value -1,4 0,8 5,1 11, ,2 20,9 20,4 16,4 10,4 5,2 0,8 10,4 Absolute maximum 20,8 23,8 28,5 34, ,8 41, ,4 31,4 28,4 24,6 41,9 Absolute minimm ,6-17,5-5,5-0,5 1,8 6 4,3-5 -8,8-17, Average number of frost days 26,8 20,8 14,7 3,2 0, ,2 4,8 12,2 23,3 106,2 Average number of tropical days ,1 1 4,9 9,9 10,6 3,1 0, ,8 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 80,4 79,5 75,3 71,1 72,9 73,3 69,4 69,7 73,2 77,7 81,6 82,8 75,6 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 72,6 83,8 131, ,3 252,7 300,1 284, ,5 88,1 66,1 2050,2 Number of clear days 2,9 2,6 4 3,7 3,7 5,5 10,1 11,5 9,4 6,6 3,1 3 66,1 Number of cloudy days 15,7 14,1 12,9 9,3 7,4 5,1 2,7 3,7 4,8 8,3 13,5 15,6 113,1 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 39, ,1 55,3 71,7 71,2 55,1 37,2 37,8 40, ,5 610,5 Maxum daily sum 28,2 40,2 29,9 39,8 35,5 54,1 53,7 63,3 53,8 41,3 83,1 44,6 83,1 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 12,6 12,3 12,2 11,9 12,8 12,2 8,9 7,7 7 8,7 11,8 12,5 130,6 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1 1,1 1,5 1,7 2,8 2,4 1,8 0,8 1,2 1,3 1,9 1,6 19,1 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 9,9 7,7 5,4 0, ,2 2,1 6,5 32,1 snow cover 17,7 11,9 6,5 0, ,2 3,3 11,4 51,1 fog 2,1 1,9 1,7 0,7 0,8 0,2 0,2 0,6 1,6 4,4 3,3 2,7 20,2 ice pellets ,2 0,3 0,4 0,2 0, ,2

376 Sinoptic station KRUŠEVAC 43 34N 21 21Е n.v. 166 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,4 6,6 11,7 17,7 22,4 25,3 27,3 27,6 24,1 18,3 11,3 5,2 16,7 Average minimum -4,6-2,2 1 5,2 9,9 12,9 14,1 13,4 10,1 5,4 1,5-2,4 5,4 Normal value -0,8 1,9 6,1 11,4 16,2 19,2 20,7 20,3 16,6 11,2 5,9 1,2 10,8 Absolute maximum 18 24,2 28,5 31,9 35,5 38, ,6 30,9 27,4 19,3 40 Absolute minimm -28,1-23,7-17,2-4,2-1,1 2,9 6, ,3-21, ,1 Average number of frost days 24,5 18,8 11,9 2 0, ,1 3,9 10,7 20,3 92,3 Average number of tropical days ,1 4,6 8,8 10,3 3,2 0, ,2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 83,9 80,5 74,8 71,2 73,1 74,4 72,5 71,6 75,3 78,4 82,5 85,9 77 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 52,8 74,4 126,5 156,1 203,3 212,4 258, , ,7 38,1 1789,8 Number of clear days 2,9 3,4 4,5 3,6 3,9 4,2 9,3 11,6 9,7 8,1 3,7 2,5 67,4 Number of cloudy days 15,9 12,8 12,6 9,5 8,8 6,6 4,7 4,1 6,2 8,2 12,8 16,1 118,3 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 43,9 39,4 44,1 56,4 78, ,6 45,1 44,2 38,3 57, ,5 Maxum daily sum 21,6 61,6 31,4 51,4 45,6 52,2 41,6 41,2 55,4 35,2 50,2 68,8 68,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 13 11,5 11, ,5 13,2 9,5 9,1 8,2 8,3 10, ,1 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,1 0,9 1,3 1,7 2,6 3,1 1,9 1,8 1,5 1,2 1,9 1,4 20,4 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 9,1 7 4,8 0,3 0, ,2 2,3 7,1 30,9 snow cover 16,8 10,3 4 0, ,4 12,3 46,9 fog 3 1,6 0,2 0,5 0,7 0,6 0,5 0,9 3 4,3 3,9 4 23,2 ice pellets ,1 0,1 0,1 0 0, ,4

377 Sinoptic station KOPAONIK 43 17N 20 48Е n.v m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum -2,2-2 0,4 5 10,6 13,1 15,5 15,9 12,8 8,3 3-0,7 6,6 Average minimum -8,7-8,4-6, ,5 7,5 7,5 4,7 0,8-3,8-6,9-0,6 Normal value -5,6-5,5-3,2 1,2 6,4 9 11,3 11,4 8,2 4,1-0,7-3,9 2,7 Absolute maximum 12 10,8 14,2 17,3 23,2 24,8 27,6 25,6 24,2 20,5 16,6 13,4 27,6 Absolute minimm -24,8-21,6-23,7-12,8-8,6-4,5-3,3-1,3-7,6-11,9-17,5-24,6-24,8 Average number of frost days 30,5 27,6 27,8 20,6 5 1,1 0,4 0,1 3,2 12,1 21,4 28,9 178,7 Average number of tropical days RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 81,8 84,1 83,2 79,4 80,1 81,6 77,7 77,6 78,9 78,4 82,5 82,3 80,6 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 102,6 102,6 134,5 160,2 186,8 205,8 274,6 269,2 218,1 182,6 122,8 84,7 2044,5 Number of clear days 5,9 3,3 4,1 3 2,1 2,3 6,2 8,1 7 8,6 7,1 5 62,7 Number of cloudy days 14,2 14, ,3 10,5 8,8 7,5 5,3 8,1 9,4 12,8 14,7 134,5 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 62 58,7 64,8 74,7 108,8 124,7 92,1 94,3 66,7 46,2 68,9 58,9 920,8 Maxum daily sum 30,8 32, ,8 76,5 70,9 55,5 64,2 35,5 39,5 37,7 34,2 76,5 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14 14,5 15,8 14,4 15,6 15,6 10,9 9,7 10 9,2 11,5 13,6 154,8 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,5 1,2 1,4 2,1 3,2 4,3 3,4 3,4 2,3 1,1 2,6 1,4 27,9 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 15,4 15,5 15,1 11,1 2,6 0,5 0,1 0,1 1, ,2 86,7 snow cover 31 28,1 30,1 22,6 4,4 0,3 0,1 0 0,2 2,4 15,2 27,9 162,3 fog 11,4 10,3 9,8 8,7 8 8,7 7,2 5,6 6,1 8,7 9,9 12,3 106,7 ice pellets 0 0,1 0,2 0,3 1,7 1,2 0,5 0,7 0,1 0 0,1 0 4,9

378 Sinoptic station SJENICA 43 17N 20 00Е n.v m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum -0,4 2,2 6,7 11,8 16,7 19,7 21,9 22, ,1 8 1,9 12 Average minimum -9,8-7,3-3,5 0,8 4,7 7,3 8,3 8 5,2 1,3-2,5-6,9 0,5 Normal value -5-2,7 1,3 6,1 10,9 13,7 15, ,7 7 2,3-2,6 6,1 Absolute maximum 14 19,4 21,9 24,3 28,8 31,5 33,5 32,8 29,7 26,5 20, ,5 Absolute minimm -35, ,3-6,4-3,7-0,4-1,3-9,3-10,7-26,2-29,6-35,6 Average number of frost days 28,8 24,4 22,9 12,3 2,4 0,4 0 0,3 2,2 11,7 18,9 26,7 151 Average number of tropical days ,2 1 0, ,9 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 84,8 83, ,1 73,5 76,1 75,1 75,4 78,4 79,8 81,9 85,1 78,8 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 77,7 93,1 147,2 171,1 209,3 219,7 261,5 246,3 193, ,5 68,6 1948,6 Number of clear days 2,3 2,3 3,7 3 2,5 2,5 6,9 7 5,7 5,5 3,4 2,5 47,3 Number of cloudy days 15,1 13,2 12,2 10 8,9 8,1 5,4 4,8 6,2 8,8 12,2 14,9 119,8 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 49,7 38,2 38,6 48,7 73,9 85,2 68,5 67,3 59,9 57,2 71,5 53,9 712,6 Maxum daily sum 35,4 58,6 33,7 45,6 46,5 41,6 65,8 47, ,1 59,5 37,3 65,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14,4 13,3 13,3 13,7 14,5 14,9 11,5 10,4 10,3 10,6 12, ,3 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 1,2 0,7 0,9 1,1 2,3 2,8 2,4 2,4 2 1,8 2,2 1,2 21 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 13,8 12,3 10,5 5,1 0, ,2 1,5 5,8 10,7 60,4 snow cover 27,9 22,9 16,4 3,6 0, ,1 1,2 7,5 21,4 101,3 fog 8,4 5,6 2,6 1, ,7 11,8 13,3 9,9 6,2 7,8 93,6 ice pellets ,2 0,4 0,4 0,4 0,3 0, ,8

379 Sinoptic station VRANJE 42 33N 21 55Е n.v. 432 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3 6,2 11,3 16,7 21,6 24,8 27,3 27, ,6 4,6 16,3 Average minimum -3,9-1,8 1,3 5,4 9,6 12,6 13,9 13,8 10,5 6 1,8-2,2 5,6 Normal value -0,7 2 6, ,6 18,6 20,7 20,6 16,9 11,6 5,9 1 10,8 Absolute maximum 16,1 21, ,5 32, , ,6 30, ,7 Absolute minimm ,3 0 2,3 5 4,5-2, ,6-17,7-25 Average number of frost days 24 18,4 10,9 1, ,1 2,6 10,3 20,9 88,7 Average number of tropical days ,5 2,6 8,4 10 2,6 0, ,2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 82,2 77,1 70,2 65, ,6 63,1 62,3 67, , ,7 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 67,2 94,4 141,3 176,6 219,9 247,8 303,8 291,4 221,9 171,3 91,5 58,7 2085,8 Number of clear days 2,4 2,8 4,2 3,5 3,4 4,7 9,8 12,2 10,6 7,6 3,2 2,4 66,8 Number of cloudy days 17,2 13,9 13,2 10,2 8,9 6,2 3,2 3,2 4,6 7,8 12,8 17,5 118,7 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 41,4 43, , ,9 50,4 38,7 45,4 46,2 62, Maxum daily sum 39,9 29,7 43, ,7 51,3 61,1 73,6 73, ,6 27,3 73,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 14,1 13,3 12, ,7 12,7 8,1 7,7 7,5 8,4 12, ,6 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,8 1,1 1,3 1,7 2,1 2,1 1,7 1,3 1,4 1,5 2,2 1,3 18,5 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 11,7 9,3 6,1 0, ,3 3,2 8,8 40,2 snow cover 15,1 10,4 3,7 0, ,1 3,1 10,7 43,2 fog 6,1 3,8 1,2 1,3 3 2,8 2,1 2,7 5,1 6,9 6,9 8,4 50,3 ice pellets ,3 0,4 0,4 0,1 0, ,1 0 1,4

380 Sinoptic station LESKOVAC 42 59N 21 57Е n.v. 230 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,3 6,7 12,1 17,8 22,7 25,5 27,8 28,1 24,4 18,6 11,3 4,9 16,9 Average minimum -4,8-2,4 0,9 5,1 9,6 12,5 13,4 12,9 9,7 5,1 1,3-2,5 5,1 Normal value -0,8 1,9 6,2 11,3 16, ,7 20,3 16,4 11 5,8 1 10,8 Absolute maximum 17, ,8 32,6 34,5 37,7 40,9 38,4 36,8 32,4 27,4 19,9 40,9 Absolute minimm -30,5-26,8-18,2-4,3-1,7 2,7 6,1 4,4-3,8-8,7-19,6-21,7-30,5 Average number of frost days 25 19,2 12,3 2,3 0, ,1 4,5 11,3 20,7 95,5 Average number of tropical days ,1 1,2 4,6 9,7 11,7 3,4 0, ,8 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 83,8 80, ,9 74,2 70, ,3 78,9 83,3 85,8 77 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 60,7 84,5 144,9 167,7 204, ,1 282,9 217,2 161,6 82,1 58,6 1986,4 Number of clear days 2,5 3,1 5,1 4,6 5,4 6,2 11,5 13,7 11,1 9 4,4 2,4 79 Number of cloudy days 15,4 13,4 12,2 9,4 7,8 6,4 3,8 3,4 5,1 8,1 13,1 16,8 114,9 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 39,8 42, ,9 57, ,7 43,7 45,2 34,4 64,6 50,2 594,4 Maxum daily sum 27,3 32,5 39,3 33,2 35,1 46,5 69,1 47,7 68,8 76,7 42, ,7 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 11,8 11,8 11,9 11,9 12,7 12,8 7,9 7,1 7,2 7,8 10,8 12,5 126,2 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,9 1 1,4 1,7 2 2,6 1,4 1,4 1,4 0,9 2,4 1,3 18,4 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 8,8 7 4,5 0, ,1 2,7 7,6 31 snow cover 14,8 11,4 4,4 0, ,7 12,7 47,1 fog 5,8 3,8 1 0,8 1,8 1,8 1,5 2,2 4,5 6,7 5,4 6,9 42,2 ice pellets ,1 0,2 0,1 0, ,6

381 Sinoptic station NIŠ 43 20N 21 54Е n.v. 202 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 3,8 7,1 12, ,9 25, ,5 24,8 18,9 11,7 5,4 17,3 Average minimum -3,5-1,3 1,8 6,1 10,4 13,4 14,5 14,4 11,1 6,5 2,4-1,4 6,2 Normal value -0,2 2,5 6,7 11,9 16,6 19,5 21,3 21,1 17,2 11,9 6,4 1,7 11,4 Absolute maximum 18,6 23,2 28, ,2 38,3 42,3 39,6 37,2 32,6 27,1 20,7 42,3 Absolute minimm -23,7-19,3-13,2-3,5-1 4,2 7,6 4,6-2,2-6, ,8-23,7 Average number of frost days 22,8 17,1 9,3 1, ,1 2,2 8,5 18,5 79,7 Average number of tropical days ,1 1,4 6 10,8 12,9 4,8 0, ,3 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 79,8 75,2 67,7 63,7 66,2 67, , ,2 77,9 81,7 70,7 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 62,3 85,1 136,3 170, , ,2 83,5 45,1 1975,4 Number of clear days 2,7 2,8 4,7 4 4,1 4,7 9,9 12,4 10,1 8,4 4 2,2 70 Number of cloudy days 15,8 13,5 12,8 10,4 8,6 6,2 3,9 3,5 5,3 7,9 13,1 16,6 117,6 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 41,3 40,3 45,3 51,3 66,7 69,7 43,6 43,3 43,6 34,1 56,8 53,6 589,6 Maxum daily sum 24,2 34,8 26,2 33, ,5 48,2 39,4 71,2 47,3 28,1 28,9 71,2 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 13,7 12,7 12,4 12,8 13,3 12,6 8,8 8,1 7,6 8,4 11,8 13,9 136,1 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,9 0,8 1,4 1,6 2,3 2,1 1,4 1,5 1,6 0,9 2 1,4 17,9 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow ,5 0, ,1 2,9 9,6 39,5 snow cover 15,4 10,4 4,2 0, ,3 11,6 45 fog 2,9 1,3 0,1 0,2 0,4 0,2 0,1 0 0,5 1,8 2,1 4,1 13,7 ice pellets ,1 0,3 0,4 0,1 0,1 0, ,1

382 Sinoptic station DIMITROVGRAD 43 01N 22 45E n.v. 450 m AVERAGE MONTHLY, ANNUAL AND EXTREME VALUES January February March April May June July August September October November December Average TEPERATURE C Average maximum 2,9 5,7 10,8 16,5 21,3 24,3 26,7 26,9 23,5 17,6 10,5 4,6 15,9 Average minimum -4,8-2,8 0,1 4,3 8,5 11,5 12,6 12,4 9,4 5,1 1,2-2,6 4,6 Normal value -1,3 0,9 4, ,6 17,5 19, ,4 10,4 5,2 0,7 9,7 Absolute maximum 17, ,8 31,4 33,4 37,8 39,3 37,4 35,4 32,7 25, ,3 Absolute minimm -29,3-22,3-16,8-5,5-2,3 1,5 4,5 2,4-3,5-7, ,3 Average number of frost days 25,5 19,3 14,2 3,2 0, ,3 4 11,4 20,9 99 Average number of tropical days ,1 0,7 2,4 7,2 8,7 2,3 0, ,5 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) Average 79,4 76,5 69,9 65, ,8 66,7 65,9 69,2 72,4 78,5 81,5 72,1 DURATION OF INSOLATION Average 76,2 92, ,8 225,2 251,3 302,6 287,5 226,9 173,4 97, ,3 Number of clear days 3 2,7 4,5 4 4,3 5,3 10,5 12,6 10,8 8,4 4 2,3 72,4 Number of cloudy days 14,8 12,3 12 9,5 7 4,9 3 3,1 3,7 7,1 11,1 15,4 103,9 PRECIPITATION (mm) Average monthly value 42,2 40,5 46,5 51,1 74,9 87,1 60,7 44,1 38,9 39,1 61, ,5 Maxum daily sum 40,8 47,9 40,8 46,4 41,5 44,8 91,8 39,3 36,8 49,1 33,9 38,4 91,8 Average number of days >= 0,1 mm 13,6 12,5 12,6 13,1 13,7 14,1 9,7 8,2 7, ,8 137,8 Average number of days >= 10,0 mm 0,9 0,8 1,3 1,2 2,5 2,9 1,8 1,4 1,4 1,2 2,1 1,2 18,7 APPEARABCES (number of days with...) snow 10,9 9,3 7, ,3 3,5 8,8 40,9 snow cover 18,2 12,6 6,3 0, ,2 4,9 12,9 55,4 fog 1,1 0,5 0,3 0,3 1 0,8 0,9 0,7 1,1 1,4 1,2 1,5 10,8 ice pellets ,3 0,7 0,6 0,2 0,1 0,1 0, ,1

383 Appendix M PERFORMANCE BASED MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS - Performance Indicators -

384 CONTENTS 1. General Performance measurement Performance management framework Identifying performance indicators Types of performance indicators Problems What performance indicators won t tell Reporting and benchmarking Reporting Benchmarking Using generated information Information systems Road sector performance indicators Principles Focus to outcomes Influence of government and road agency actions Accountability Using performance indicators effectively Challenges Benefits to different types of users Examples of performance indicators Performance based maintenance performance indicators Performance based maintenance contracts Performance based maintenance standards Performance monitoring Key performance indicators Proposal of performance indicators What can be achieved in the context of the Republic of Serbia Conclusion References...37 i

385 1. GENERAL In developed and developing countries, road systems are central not only to the economic health of the nation, but also to the quality of the environment and, in general, the quality of life. Public awareness of this fact has forced road agencies to be accountable for road system performance. An indication of the role of the Road Maintenance Management System (RMMS) in a road agency is the degree to which the system programs are actually implemented. Due to budget, technical and logistical factors, even if the predicted forward works program was 100 percent accurate, it would not be 100 percent implemented. However, if the RMMS is an integral part of the planning process, and is giving sensible predictions, then a substantial portion of the predicted program would normally be implemented. All RMMSs would benefit from having a mechanism for monitoring the rate of program implementation. Performance monitoring involves periodically measuring a project s or activity s progress toward explicit short- and long-term objectives and giving feedback on the results to decision makers who can use the information in various ways to improve performance. Every road manager, even those working in seriously compromised transport systems, must ask three critical questions: - Is the road administration doing the right things? - Is the road administration doing things right? - What things done by others, including international partners, affect the road system? Many road administrations have developed system-level performance indicators (PIs) to help track the impacts of program investments, maintenance and operations improvements. Performance results are monitored and reported for both impacts and effectiveness. Feedback on actual performance may influence agency s goals and objectives, as well as future decisions on resource allocation and use PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT All high-performance organizations, whether public or private, are, and must be, interested in developing and deploying effective performance measurement and performance management systems, since it is only through such systems that they can remain high-performance organizations. During recent years there has been a world wide trend among elected representatives, the public and the media to focus on accountability for performance in the public sector. In an environment in which the demand for public services is increasing, but the availability of resources is limited, it has become increasingly important to assess what public sector agencies do and how well they do it. In order to deliver relevant and quality services on time and within budget, agencies require flexibility (within legislative constraints) in determining their operations. Two complementary principles have evolved to address this need for flexibility: - let the managers manage and - make the managers accountable. The results orientated approach to management requires that the outcomes sought by government are clearly specified and responsibility is assigned for their achievement. Public sector managers can then be held accountable for the extent to which these 1

386 outcomes have been achieved. Mandatory reporting of PIs by management has become a fundamental part of this new approach to accountability. Performance measurement systems succeed when the organization s strategy and performance measures are in alignment and when senior managers convey the organization s mission, vision, values and strategic direction to employees and external stakeholders. The performance measures give life to the mission, vision, and strategy by providing a focus that lets each employee know how they contribute to the success of the company and its stakeholders measurable expectations. Integration places performance measures where they are the most effective: integrated with the strategic, business activity. It makes it possible for the measures to be effective agents for change. If the measures quantify results of the activity, one only need compare the measured data with the desired goals to know if actions are needed. In other words, the measures should carry the message. Performance measurement is a way of monitoring progress toward a result or goal. It is also a process of gathering information to make well-informed decisions. Performance measurement is being done through a set of PIs, that are basically financial and non-financial units of measure. These are quantifiable measurements, agreed to beforehand, and reflecting the critical success factors of an organization or project. PIs are frequently used to value difficult to measure activities such as the benefits of leadership development, engagement, service and satisfaction. PIs are typically tied to an organization s strategy. In a performance monitoring system, indicators serve as tools for measuring the flow of change. Baselines are the values of PIs at the beginning of the planning period; targets are the values at the end. The benefits of indicators come from their measurability and from their direct derivation from project objectives, which are grounded in sector, economic, risk and beneficiary analysis. Indicators specifically link a project s inputs and activities with quantified measures of expected outputs and impact. PIs differ from business drivers & aims (or goals) and will differ depending on the organization. A road agency might consider the length of road network in condition above certain threshold as a key PI which might help the decision makers understand the relevance of resource allocation, whereas a business might consider the percentage of income from return customers as a potential key PI. Indicators organize information in a way that clarifies the relationships between a project s impacts, outcomes, outputs and inputs and help to identify problems along the way that can impede the achievement of project objectives Performance management framework A program performance management framework (Figure 1.1) has been applied in various forms to public sector operations in many parts of the world. The key elements of a performance management framework are: - clear definition of an objective with a focus on the intended results; - allocation of resources to address the objective; - assessment of performance based on the extent to which the objective has been achieved and the efficiency with which the allocated resources have been used. PIs form an integral part of the framework. Four broad types of indicators are used: economy (or cost), workload, efficiency and effectiveness. 2

387 In the past, agencies have concentrated on reporting indicators which have illustrated the cost of their programs and the amount of work done. Although these indicators can show the economy of operations and how busy an agency has been, they give little understanding of the extent to which the resources consumed or the work undertaken have contributed to the efficient achievement of an agency s goals. Efficiency and effectiveness indicators focus on achievement which is the most important aspect of performance. Figure 1.1. Public sector performance management framework (OAG, 1994) ISSUE OBJECTIVE the area of public interest to be addressed by the program what the program is intended to achieve Program goals INPUTS resources provided to the program Economy ACTIVITIES activities undertaken within the agency which lead to or support Workload OUTPUTS what has been done which contributed to achieving the objective Efficiency OUTCOME the extend to which the program objective has been achieved Performance reporting Effectiveness IMPACT the effect the program s achievement has had on the area of public interest The performance management framework can be, and often is, applied at all levels within an organization. This leads to a hierarchy of performance information which varies from details about an individual task, to overview information about performance at the program level (Figure 1.2). In general terms, the small amount of higher level information is of interest to the widest range of people, both inside and outside an organization, whereas the large amount of lower level information is primarily of interest to the organization s staff. 3

388 Figure 1.2. Performance indicators hierarchy (OAG, 1994) high level key indicators are of high interest Level of information Primary users of information key Program Parliament, Public, Media external Management Sub Programs Peer organizations Indicators Focus Processes operational Tasks Supervisors & Staff internal low level operational indicators are of interest internally With indicators, monitoring and evaluation is more compelling because it is objective, not based on personal judgments or pure description. Furthermore, indicators hold a project s ultimate goals clearly in view throughout implementation. If designed and used correctly, indicators meet the specific information needs and scope of authority of all the parties concerned with implementation, e.g. field staff, implementation department, task manager and management. The implementation department and its subunits are most interested, and in a better position to respond to indicators of inputs, risk factors and outputs. The government and management, as well as media and public, are most interested in indicators of output, outcome and development impact. Thus the indicators help all parties focus on the areas of greatest concern to them IDENTIFYING PERFORMANCE INDICATORS It is necessary for an organization to at least identify its key PIs. The key environments for identifying PIs are: - having a pre-defined business process; - having clear goals/performance requirements for the business processes; - having a quantitative/qualitative measurement of the results and comparison with set goals; - investigating variances and tweaking processes or resources to achieve short-term goals. Whatever PIs are selected, they must reflect the organization s goals, they must be key to its success, and they must be quantifiable (measurable). Key PIs are usually longterm considerations. The definition of what they are and how they are measured do not change often. The goals for a particular key PI may change as the organization s goals change or as it gets closer to achieving a goal. When identifying PIs the acronym SMART is often applied. PIs need to be: 4

389 - Specific-Is the measure clear and focused to avoid misinterpretation? It should include measurement assumptions and definitions, and should be easily interpreted; - Measurable-Can the measure be quantified and compared to other data? It should allow for meaningful statistical analysis. Avoid yes/no measures except in limited cases, such as start-up or systems-in-place situations; - Achievable/Attainable-Is the measure achievable, reasonable, and credible under conditions expected; - Result-oriented or Relevant/Realistic-Does the measure fit into the organization s constraints? Is it cost-effective?; - Time-bound/Timely-Is measurement doable within the time frame given?. Indicators identifiable as possible candidates for PIs can be summarized into the following sub-categories: - quantitative indicators which can be presented as a number; - practical indicators that interface with existing company processes; - directional indicators specifying whether an organization is getting better or not; - actionable indicators are sufficiently in an organization s control to effect change. Key PIs in practical terms and strategy development means are objectives to be targeted that will add the value to the business most. Experience has shown that effective development and presentation of performance indicators requires: - managerial commitment to the use of indicators as an integral part of management control systems and as a part of an ongoing self-evaluation process; - a clear identification of program objectives and operational constraints; - the development of performance standards or criteria; - identifying the means by which program efficiency and effectiveness will be measured; - the development of integrated and reliable management information systems to collect the required data; - the development of external reporting standards and guidelines; - an ongoing evaluation of the appropriateness of the selected indicators and performance standards. It is clear that there is no one set of perfect PIs for any program or project. However, for most services there are generally accepted indicators for many aspects of performance, as well as other indicators with considerable potential usefulness. It is most effective to be selective and use smaller sets of well-chosen indicators. Using too many indicators risks diluting their usefulness. Priorities may become confused and the details may seem overwhelming for both the developer and the users. Having prepared the PIs, it is necessary to: - decide what information is needed to support the PIs; - establish if the information is available; - if necessary, establish the management information systems to collect the data required and the necessary controls to ensure the integrity of the data collected, stored and analyzed; - collect, collate and analyze the data; - decide an appropriate reporting format; - report the information in a manner which helps users (both external and internal) to make judgements about the program. 5

390 Types of performance indicators PIs can broadly be classified as follows (Mehta, V.R., 2000): - diagnostic indicators (contextual indicators, risk indicators); - input indicators; - activity/process indicators; - output indicators; - outcome/efficacy/relevance indicators; - development impact indicators (policy level, sector/project level); - sustainability indicators; - project success rating indicators. Use of the diagnostic indicators commences at the project identification phase. The contextual and risk indicators help provide measurement of the influence of exogenous factors and form a vital part for the economic and sector work. The contextual indicators also provide a macro level perspective and sector context. The risk indicators are related to key project assumptions about conditions internal and external to the project where major variations have a potential of influencing the project outputs, outcomes and impacts. The input indicators measure the quantity and quality of resources provided for project activities. These would include quantification of institutional, financial, technological and material inputs. The activity indicators relate to monitoring of progress of major activities during project implementation. Such indicators are basically a narration of sequence of activities with the assignment of completion dates. In a similar manner, process indicators, as the name suggests, are for assessing the efficiency of a whole process, comprising a set of important activities. For example, procurement is a process comprising a number of individual activities such as preparation of pre-qualification and bidding documents, tendering, bid evaluation, etc. The output and outcome indicators relate to a measurement at project level of the quantity and quality of goods or services created or provided from the inputs. Similar to the input indicators, these will also cover institutional development, monetary, technological and material outputs. The development impact indicators measure the effect and influence on the higher level sector, program and country objectives, e.g. the impact on the target areas and beneficiaries and the degree of satisfaction of the development objectives. The impact PIs typically includes indicators that measure promotion of economic activity and accessibility, promotion of social welfare etc. Such PIs are used in the evaluation of projects and impact studies. Some output and outcome indicators and some impact indicators are also used to judge the relevance or efficacy of the project inputs and components. The sustainability indicators are employed in assessing the technological, financial, institutional and operational sustainability of projects. The overall success of projects/programs is measured on a calibrated scale by rating indicators PROBLEMS In practice, organizations and businesses looking for key PIs discover that it is too expensive, difficult or impossible (e.g. staff morale may be impossible to qualify with a number) to measure the PIs exactly required to a particular business or process 6

391 objective. Often a business metrics with history that is similar is used to measure that PI. In practice this tends to work but the analyst must be aware of the limitation of what is being measured which is often a rough guide rather than an exact measurement. Another serious issue in practice is that once a PI is created, it becomes difficult to change it as annual comparisons with previous years can be lost. Furthermore one should be aware that if it is too in-house, it may be extremely difficult for an organization to use its PIs to get comparisons with other similar organizations. What is also important is: - PI-related data which is consistent and correct and - timely availability of PI-related data. Faster availability of data is beginning to become a concern for more and more organizations. For some organizations, delays of a month or two are commonplace, but having in mind the type of business, it can be tolerable. However, in businesses which have higher operational/credit risk loading (that involve credit cards, wealth management), a weekly availability of PIs related data or sometimes a daily analysis of numbers is of outmost importance. This means that data is usually available within 24 hours as a result of automation and the use of information technology. Most public sector agencies have historically concentrated on reporting their inputs, the efforts associated with the establishment of new initiatives, or reporting on the activities which they have undertaken. It is only recently that agencies have turned their attention to objectively assessing the effectiveness and efficiency with which their work has been performed. Many agencies lack both the skills and the information base with which to make such assessments. Also, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish between a project s outputs and outcomes, for example, or between outcomes and impacts. When defining indicators, it is important to think of the typology of indicators as a continuum mirroring the logical means-end relationship of the project: inputs to various activities, which yield outputs, all of which contribute to outcomes and impacts. A particular measure s logical relation to the project s strategic objective will define the type of indicator that it represents. Impact indicators are the most difficult to measure and collect, mainly because of lags between project implementation and impact or between the time of impact and the time it is feasible to collect data relating to impact. But the monitoring of project impact during implementation is one of the main motivations for using performance monitoring indicators. Using leading indicators and intermediate indicators as proxies for impact is a way to tackle the measurement problem. Beneficiary assessments, rapid rural appraisals and focus group interviews are useful ways of collecting qualitative impact data. Before and after household and community surveys are excellent tools for collecting comprehensive impact data, but the time and cost required make them impractical for regular project monitoring. They are more often used during project identification, intermediate checkpoints (such as midterm reviews), implementation completion and ex post evaluation What performance indicators won t tell There are five points about what performance measures won t tell (PBM SIG, 2001). The following is recommended: consider the first when the measurement program is going well; consider the second and third when the performance program is going poorly; bear the fourth and fifth in mind in either case. 7

392 1. The cause and effect of outcomes are not easily established Outcomes can, and often do, reveal the impact of the program, but without collaborating data, it is difficult to demonstrate that the program was the cause of the outcome(s). The outcomes of public sector services are inevitably affected by many events outside public control. Assume, for example, that the goal of pavement research is to encourage the development of new technologies that will be adopted by industry and result in prolonged life of pavement. The outcome may not occur for years, and while it may be possible to claim that the original research contributed to the final product, it will most likely not be the only contributing factor. To determine the extent to which a program has affected the outcomes and to measure the impact, it is needed to do an in-depth analysis. Special program evaluations provide estimates of program impacts and help determine why some programs succeed and other do not. The cost of special program evaluations to demonstrate the causes and effects may outweigh the benefits of knowing more about causal relationships. Though most benefits are expected to be related to the efforts and the original program plan, others may be viewed as serendipitous impacts. Such unplanned outcomes contribute to the value of programs, and should be reflected in performance results appropriately; 2. Poor results do not necessarily point to poor execution If performance objectives are not being met, it is obvious that something is wrong, but performance information itself does not always provide the reason. Instead, it raises a flag requiring investigation. Possibilities include performance expectations that were unrealistic or changed work priorities. The organization should be able to explain performance results and to define and address the contributing factors; 3. Numerical quotas do not fix defective processes There is also a danger when performance objectives become numerical quotas. The setting of numerical goals and quotas does nothing to accomplish improvements in the process. Identification of challenges and changing the processes are what is needed to improve performance and achieve desired outcomes; 4. Measurements only approximate the actual system Performance measurement provides a valuable tool for management and continuous improvement. However, people might try to game the system in a way that will make their programs look good. Additionally, accurate data may not be available. These are among the reasons why the organization needs to recognize the fact that the measured system is not the same as the actual system; 5. Performance measures do not ensure compliance with laws and regulations. Performance measures help form the basis for sound performance-based management. Performance measures do not however provide information on adherence to laws and regulations or the effectiveness of internal controls. Bypassing internal controls or noncompliance with laws and regulations may expedite operations and thus result in a favorable performance statistic which does not necessarily indicate good performance. For example, a building could be constructed more quickly if safety controls and funding limitations were ignored. Because compliance and internal controls often have a direct effect on performance, care should be taken to supplement performance measurement with other oversight activities to ensure that controls are in place and working as intended and that activities are adhering to laws and regulations. However, performance measures can be constructed in such a way that ensures compliance with laws and regulations, but it should not be automatically assumed that they do ensure compliance. 8

393 1.4. REPORTING AND BENCHMARKING Performance monitoring and reporting should be undertaken by agencies on an ongoing basis, rather than as an annual compliance exercise, if the potential benefits are to be realized by agencies and government as a whole. Reporting of PIs by management has become a fundamental part of a new approach to accountability based on assessing what public sector agencies do and how well they do it. Public sector PIs provide information on the efficiency and effectiveness of programs designed to address issues of public interest Reporting Agencies are required to report performance information to key stakeholders through the following means: - Budget statements: The budget statements are the primary document against which the performance of on-budget agencies is assessed. They disclose results and forecasts for key PIs over the previous, current and budget years. The disclosure of trends using time series information is considered to be more useful than the results for any single year; - Strategic development plans/statement of corporate intent: These corporate planning documents are prepared annually by a number of off-budget agencies that have a commercial focus. The Strategic Development Plan (SDP) is a rolling plan with a fiveyear outlook while the Statement of Corporate Intent (SCI) looks at the first year in detail. In some cases, applicable legislation specifies the matters which are to be included in the SDP and SCI, which generally includes reference to performance targets and other measures against which financial and non financial performance may be reviewed; - Annual reports: Annual reports are public documents that are tabled in Parliament and are available on the Parliament and agency s web sites. The annual report provides a significant opportunity for government agencies to publish their achievements. In order to facilitate meaningful comparison and assessment of agency performance, the key PIs published in the annual report should be the same as those published in either the budget statements or the SDP/SCI; - Agency management reports: Key PIs should be designed to be used as both management tools and for reporting. Management should be aware of progress towards the annual targets in order to take corrective action if progress is not satisfactory. PIs need to be presented in a manner and form that enables program managers and external audiences to assess whether the current level of performance is good or bad, and whether performance is improving or worsening, and to what extent Benchmarking Benchmarking is the process of assessing an agency s performance in producing a service against a comparable service within or external to the agency. Benchmarking is not just about setting target levels. It entails searching for the methods and processes that lead to best practice performance, and developing an action plan to implement them where they are not being used. Major reasons why government agencies should benchmark their service delivery include: 9

394 - the scarcity of resources increases the pressure to know about best practice in resource usage, to raise productivity in service delivery and to improve outcomes; - better management tools are required to instill an increased customer focus and ensure that customers become the main judges of service quality; - government services are becoming increasingly contestable and governments often consider alternative means of service delivery. Benchmarking aligns with outcome based management by: - testing the competitiveness of the cost of services relative to other jurisdictions or service providers; - identifying inefficiencies within agencies; - comparing the effectiveness and quality of service delivery against other jurisdictions or service providers; - setting goals or standards for agencies to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Benchmarking assists agencies to: - review priorities; - re-allocate resources; - improve the quality of services they deliver. In presenting their PIs, public sector agencies may consider making one or more of the following types of comparisons: - to levels of performance in previous years or baseline data; - against targets set by the agency; - to similar programs in other local agencies; - to similar programs in other states or countries; - against commonly accepted professional or technical standards, e.g. standards for building design, road maintenance, desired reading skills for ten year olds and so on; - across geographical areas or between client groups within the one district; for example, the level of performance in one district can be used as a target level for other areas; - across different work units within one agency; measures can be compared across different police, fire or road maintenance districts within the state for example; - comparisons can also be made of public sector costs and results with similar private sector organizations; this type of comparison is of limited value at present however, because many government services have no private sector equivalent USING GENERATED INFORMATION Performance information, as information reported under outcome based management or a comparable performance management system, encompassing desired outcomes, services, key PIs and major initiatives or achievements, should not only be analyzed by stakeholders, but also by the managers striving to achieve the desired outcomes. Managers should use performance information to monitor the efficiency of their services and to determine how and what services to deliver in order to best achieve the desired outcomes. Performance results should be reviewed and compared to targets, but falling short of targets should not necessarily be seen as constituting failure. External factors may influence results. For example, if demand for a service falls, the cost per unit may rise, even though service provision is efficient. Conversely, exceeding a target is not necessarily a sign of success. Results are compared to targets in order to: 10

395 - highlight any issues in the way that, or which type of, services are delivered; - obtain a better understanding of any external influences on outcomes in addition to an agency s own efforts. Fluctuations in results from year to year should, therefore, trigger reappraisal of both an agency s own operations and its understanding of the environment in which it operates. This should be done both as part of the budget cycle and any service evaluations INFORMATION SYSTEMS A factor which appears to be of significance, is the availability of information systems and the importance the agency s culture places on the information they collect and retain. The agencies which use full accrual accounting have well developed information systems and have usually developed a culture which places considerable importance on monitoring management information. These information systems provide agencies with a firm base to support the development of their indicators. Agencies which have historically used line item oriented cash based accounting systems are often unable to relate information about inputs to resultant outputs and consequently have considerable difficulty in developing efficiency indicators. 11

396 2. ROAD SECTOR PERFORMANCE INDICATORS The success and progress of human society depends on physical infrastructure for distributing resources and essential services to the public. The quality and efficiency of this infrastructure affects the quality of life, the health of the social system and the continuity of economic and business activity. A nation s economic strength is reflected in its infrastructure assets. Demands on infrastructure and related services increase as people expect a higher standard of life and public service. But, more importantly, good infrastructure facilitates a higher quality of life. Road systems are central not only to the economic health of the nation, but also to the international competitiveness and quality of the environment and, in general, the quality of life. Road transport is important to economic activity, especially in developing countries, where it plays an essential role in marketing agricultural products and providing access to health, education and other services. A good road system gives a country a competitive edge in moving goods efficiently and economically. As road transport accounts for a substantial part of total transport consumption (over eighty five percent in Serbia), the road system must be managed effectively. To help achieve this, there is a need for meaningful and accurate PIs relating to the safety, economic, social and environmental outcomes of the road system that are sought by stakeholders. Public awareness of this fact has forced road agencies to be accountable for road system performance. The management of the dynamic, goal-seeking transport system entails three major activities: program development, service delivery and system operation. These dimensions of performance are seen from three perspectives: government (including stakeholders), road administration itself and the user/community. PIs have to be broad enough to capture the essential concerns of the government, administration, users and community, flexible enough for use across different country contexts and specific enough to be measured. Road agencies have used PIs for many years to help track and forecast the impacts of road network investments, monitor the condition of roads features and gauge the quality of services delivered by an agency. PIs are valuable and provide several useful benefits: - greater accountability to policy-makers, the agency s customers, and other stakeholders; - greater public transparency of agency services; - improved communication of information about the transportation system to customers, political leaders, the public, and other stakeholders; - increased organizational efficiency in keeping agency staff focused on priorities and enabling managers to make decisions and adjustments in programs with greater confidence that their actions will have the desired effect; - greater effectiveness in achieving meaningful objectives that have been identified through long-term planning and policy formulation; - a better understanding of the impacts of alternative courses of action that performance measures can provide; - ongoing improvement of business processes and associated information through feedback. PIs traditionally have been largely technical in nature, capturing an engineering or operational attribute of the system. Today, however, transportation executives and 12

397 managers must address an increasingly complicated and wide-ranging set of issues regarding the best solutions on balance to road network problems, cost-effectiveness of proposed activities and projects, and anticipated impacts of the same. While indicators of technical condition and performance are still needed, other types of indicators are called for as well. The ways in which PIs are applied are likewise changing to meet the needs and expectations of stakeholders PRINCIPLES PIs can best support the principles of asset management if they have the following principles: - Policy-driven: PIs should capture and respond to policy objectives, providing meaningful information about how changes in the system support these objectives; - Strategic perspective: It should be possible to produce credible forecasts for PIs (as is done in many current management systems) and to use these forecasts in engineering and economic analyses, including life-cycle cost calculations; - Consideration of tradeoffs and options: PIs should support what-if analyses of different scenarios, reflecting a clear relationship between performance and cost. They should also inform decisions about a wide range of investments in preservation, operation and capacity expansion and in certain cases the results of investments in different modes. Indicators need to be sensitive enough to show the amount the needle moves as a result of different investments; - Decisions based on good information: PIs should be supported by an agency s management systems or other analytic tools and be an integral part of its business and decision processes. They should be compatible with analytic procedures that are appropriate to different organizational levels. Data requirements for PIs should be realistic and feasible; - Feedback: PIs should provide managers with sufficient information to understand problems and suggest solutions. This feedback should help an agency understand the impacts of its past and potential future actions, as distinct from exogenous influences on performance that are beyond the agency s control. Since feedback is a continual process, periodic monitoring of PIs needs to be economical; - Implementation across organizational units and levels: PIs collectively should provide useful information to technical, managerial and executive levels within the organization and apply consistent information and definitions of impacts across organizational units. The way in which measures are defined and calculated is important in achieving consistent information horizontally and vertically. While these characteristics are the major ones associated with guidelines for good asset management, there are other characteristics of good PIs in general that need to be met (i.e. the need for both internal and external buy-in to an agency s indicators and a clear understanding of what they mean). PIs are clearly of growing interest: those road agencies that use them are continually refining them, and those agencies that have not yet applied them to system performance are exploring their use. Different types of PIs can be used or proposed within each category of measurement Focus to outcomes Most government management systems are now focused on achieving the outcomes that the community desires. The first comprehensive PI framework established in Australia (Austroads, 1994) has selected the following outcome areas: economic, social, safety/health and 13

398 environmental. In the US Department of Transportation Strategic Plan for (NCHRP, 2000) the outcome goals were: economic growth, homeland security, safety, mobility and human and natural environment. In the OECD study (OECD, 1997) they were: economic, safety, environmental, mobility, accessibility and equity. In Finland, they were: economic, regional and social equity, environment and safety, and in Sweden they were: accessibility, service level, safety, environment and regionally balanced development (Pesonen, H., Kallioinen, J., 1999). The importance given to each of outcome areas will vary according to the stage of road network development, which can be defined as birth, growth, upgrading and maturity phases. These phases have been defined in PIARC C15 previous reports on the basis of the development of the paved road network and the level of motorization 1. Most developing and East European countries are classified in the road network growth phase while the more developed Western countries are in either the upgrading of road standards phase or the mature phase, where the level of vehicle ownership and travel has slowed considerably. There is an emphasis on economic outcomes in the road network birth and growth phases and a movement towards a more balanced set of outcomes in the upgrading and mature phases. This is because more developed countries are no longer motivated solely by economic scarcity and citizens require that other social, health and environmental outcomes are being satisfied in order to achieve a sense of personal well being, or contentedness, with the lives that they are living Influence of government and road agency actions Typical government management structure is that government agencies are only supposed to supply outputs, which the budgetary office or treasury monitors, and structures into outcomes that the community require. Road agencies generally deal more directly with the community that treasuries in road planning, construction, maintenance, traffic operations, etc. and find that the community expects them to manage the road transport system to achieve many of the same outcomes that are defined in the government management process. Many road agencies therefore manage their program not only to produce outputs that are required by the treasury, but also to directly deliver the outcomes that the community requires (Figure 2.1). This diagram describes process whereby inputs of labor, equipment, materials and energy are translated into road transport outputs. These outputs, provided that they are effective, contribute to outcomes that the community requires. It is important to note that a number of outputs from other government agencies may also contribute to these same road transport outcomes, such as police enforcement of speeding. Figure 2.1. Processes needed to achieve the outcomes that the community requires (PIARC, 2004) EFFICIENCY INPUTS PROCESS OUTPUTS OUTCOMES EFFECTIVENESS 1 PIARC C15 article The economic, social and technological forces shaping road administrations in the July, 2001 edition of Routes/Roads and PIARC C15 report Defining the birth, growth, upgrading and maturity phases in road transport infrastructure development in October,

399 The definition of terms used in Figure 2.1. are as follows: - Inputs: Resources in terms of people, materials, energy, facilities and funds that are used to produce outputs; - Process: This can be specific pavement, bridge, asset, environmental and quality management system or the more general process needed for regulation, planning, community, consultation, programming, budgeting, design and delivery of new construction, improvement, rehabilitation and maintenance works; Outputs: Discrete services or products that are produced and contribute to outcomes, e.g. length of bridges, cleaned drainage channels, overlaid pavements, sealed or rehabilitated pavements, newly constructed highways, length of noise walls, etc; Outcomes: The effects or consequences on the community of the outputs that are produced; - Technical efficiency: Concerns the efficiency of translating inputs to outputs, e.g. maintenance and construction costs per km. In the overall economy and in government business enterprises this efficiency is generally described in total or partial factor productivity measures 2 ; Allocative efficiency: Describes whether the outputs are actually produced in the best locations and of the best type and relative proportion to deliver outcomes. Allocation priorities are often determined by comparing benefit-cost ratios of various projects; Effectiveness: This is a measure of whether the outputs produced are effective in producing the outcomes that are required. P Is and targets can be defined for any of the outputs and outcomes in the road agency management process, shown in Figure 2.1. PIs can also be defined for technical and allocative efficiencies in translating inputs to outputs and the effectiveness of translating outputs to outcomes Accountability Gudmundsson (2000) stated that North American experience suggests that indicators may be more useful and have more impact on policy if they are linked to performance based planning frameworks. With this, indicators are not just information, but targeted signals, that bureaucracies and decision makers are obliged to respond to in some way. PIs therefore should be an integral part of any performance based management system and these measures should be defined on the basis of who can be held accountable or responsible for the indicator. Typical example are factors influencing road safety performance. Some can be influenced by the road agency such as intersection design, road side furniture, shoulder repair, etc, but there are other major factors such as driver education, enforcement and vehicle design which are not under the control of the road agency and which will influence overall safety performance. PIs can be defined in two categories: some for which the government as complete can be held accountable for and other indicators for which road agency can be held accountable. The government PIs for the overall road transport system is useful to facilitate international comparisons of performance and therefore obtain a much better overall 2 Partial productivity factors relate outcomes or outputs to a particular input such as labor, even though there are other factors affecting these outputs. Total productivity factors endeavors to relate all outputs to all inputs. 15

400 appreciation of the strengths and weaknesses of an individual countries road transport sector. The PIs for road agencies could be useful to benchmark the performance of one road agency against each other, but are more often used by the road agency itself as an important component of the performance based management system that provides valuable feedback on whether management processes need to be improved USING PERFORMANCE INDICATORS EFFECTIVELY The use of PIs has multiple dimensions, going well beyond evaluating the degree to which goals and objectives have been achieved or attempting to identify those variables associated with the achievement of goals and objectives. The effective use of PIs helps road agencies to (The World Bank, 2000): - periodically evaluate road system goals and objectives; - develop alternative courses of action or means to achieve desired goals or avoid unintended ones; - evaluate the degree of achievement of goals and objectives; - assess the efficiency and effectiveness of alternatives and of the road administration; - as a guide for both program and project management; and development or a periodic re-evaluation of goals and objectives. There is an implicit sixth use: to assist road agencies to be learning organizations. Performance assessment depends on values that are largely immeasurable. While there is a long and useful tradition among transportation professionals of using mathematical models to both assess performance and chart change, it is often symbolic communication and actions that portray the situation. These communications lay a common ground for understanding circumstances and possibilities, and the desirability, of change. Acknowledging and encouraging this kind of communication and assessment is a most productive use of PIs. Road agencies can do this by becoming a learning organization, e.g. organizations in which reflection and inquiry are encouraged and in which the emotional resistances to the question why? are dealt with. Often the questions why do we do this?, why do we do this, this way?, why not try a new idea?, and so forth, create an array of real and important negative feelings. These emotional resistances often result in unintended side effects and negative outcomes in transport planning. Dealing with them allows staff and management to cope better with future problems and function more maturely. Further, the resistances often prevent an organization from trying new approaches for developing, recommending and implementing new plans or policies that may require a departure from extant practice. The OECD study (OECD, 1997) notes that no indicator tells one story and that the interpretation of PIs is an opportunity for investigation, learning, creativity and solid specific problem solving CHALLENGES There are many challenges facing individual road agencies in establishing a robust performance management framework, namely: governments generally specify that they require multiple outcomes from the road transport sector, e.g. economic, environmental, regional development, etc. and these are sometimes in conflict with each other. These road related outcomes are influenced by a variety of outputs that are provided by other actors beside the road agency, e.g. in the road safety area, and there are difficulties in allocating management responsibility and accountability to these outcomes. Many traditional financial PIs in the private sector and government business 16

401 enterprises cannot be used because there is no market mechanism whereby road users are charged for a service, as most governments directly allocate road funds and price road use through indirect means, such as taxation. A performance management system is extremely data hungry and many road administrations have not established the data base systems that are needed to routinely provide the information for the required PIs. These challenges are exacerbated when trying to develop an effective performance management framework which is relevant to all countries because of: - the wide differences in economic and social conditions in these countries; - differences in the level of motorization and the extend of road network development; - differences in the type of structure of their management organizations, including the extent of ministerial control, the separation of purchasing and delivery functions and the extent of private sector management and accounting practices. Despite these challenges, a wide range of PIs have been proposed for the management of road transport in various countries around the world, and these can be classified into three overall categories: - those that provide a quantitative measure for the performance of the overall road transport sector in a country, e.g. road crash fatalities/ population; - those that are used by road agencies to measure outcomes of their own internal management efforts on the performance of the road transport sector, e.g. the benefitcost ratio of capital projects; - those that measure other internal road management performance such as output measures or the delivery efficiency of translating inputs to outputs, e.g. construction or maintenance costs/km. This report attempts to cover road maintenance phase, e.g. execution of maintenance works on the basis of performance based maintenance contracts (PBMC), and to present a set of PIs suitable to monitor the progress and outcomes of such contracts BENEFITS TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF USERS The following users/stakeholders can be identified: - the owner of the road assets in terms of primary responsibility for the road infrastructure; - the manager of the road assets in terms of managing the road network; - the operator in terms of the condition and configuration of the network; - the user in terms of levels of service such as comfort, safety, travel time; - the community, which includes those residents or stakeholders living near roads whose living environment may be adversely affected by noise, air quality and congested accesses. The development of PIs and indices for road sector is the key to performance evaluation and assessment and thus to the future planning of road networks. PIs could constitute a key prerequisite for future investments in road infrastructure projects. PIs for road pavements, for example, could be used as inputs to pavement management systems (PMS), for calculating maintenance needs and thus to provide objective arguments for the need of reinvestment in road pavements. Potential benefits are substantial for road operators and road users as well. The primary use of such indicators is for the comparison of different road networks and the identification of investment requirements where relevant minimum standards have been defined taking into account the requirements of road users. 17

402 PIs can be used in particular as target criteria in life cycle analyses within the context of pavement design and/or systematic road maintenance at the national and international levels. PIs permit and evaluation of the effects of different design and maintenance strategies, but they can also be a basis for predicting road performance and for improving and developing new prediction models. PIs are thus and objective tool for use in road construction and maintenance at various administrative levels, from local roads to international motorways. A further benefit arises for the road construction industry. In connection with increasing privatization of road construction and maintenance, the objective assessment of condition or PIs is gaining special importance. Such indicators may be used in awarding maintenance contracts to private enterprises and, in particular, within the framework of the new awarding procedures being contemplated in many European countries (public private partnership contracts, built-operate-transfer contracts). Clearly defined PIs are an important precondition for the successful application of these new types of contracts. PIs related to community problems may be used to initiate activities on environmental mitigation and protection, and at the same time can be used as input data for further planning of activities on future investments in road infrastructure projects EXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE INDICATORS All infrastructure facilities include several structural and nonstructural components. Performance of the individual components may differ with the material and usage of the component. It is also desirable to establish an overall PI with weight given to the structural integrity and service to users. Overall functional performance of a facility is generally assessed from the user perspective, with such indicators as quality or level of service, system effectiveness, productivity and efficiency and resource utilization and cost-effectiveness. On the other hand, the technical evaluation of performance is vital to engineers because it includes measures of mechanistic behavior and physical deterioration that lead to the correct selection of maintenance, rehabilitation or reconstruction alternatives. Therefore, it is important to include both user and engineer evaluation to formulate a comprehensive PI. Efforts to describe certain road network or road pavement characteristics by means of indices were initiated more than one decade ago. These indices, which as a rule are composed of several information components (such as: road condition, pavement data, road geometry data, etc) are a measure of the effects perceived by the road users, as well as a measure reflecting the structural condition and serviceability of road pavement and other road elements. Several examples of PIs are designated below. Road infrastructure can be characterized by its length, spatial density, which is a country s road length per land area, and road density, which is the length of the road network per capita. Pavement structural thickness and surface smoothness are common PIs based on pavement condition assessment. For example, a structural capacity index based on deflection response and a distress index based on distress type, severity and extent. Such indexes are generally graduated from 100 to 0, where 100 represents the best possible condition and 0 represents the worst or failed condition. A third PI is based on surface riding quality. The objective measurement of surface ride quality is performed by measuring surface smoothness or roughness. Smoothness and roughness represent the opposite end of the same scale. 18

403 A composite PI is based on a combination of two or more of the pavement condition attributes, using appropriate weights. Other components of paved facilities, excluding bridges, are markings, signs and roadside furniture items. These are subject to environmental forces and occasional failures because of accidents. Their performance can be conveniently evaluated using an overall condition rating on a scale of 10 or 100 (the best) and 0 (the worst or failed) that is linked with the maintenance requirement. 19

404 3. PERFORMANCE BASED MAINTENANCE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Maintenance works are undertaken on road network to preserve the existing road asset to specified standards and to meet recognized benchmark intervention standards, which limit the exposure of road users to unexpected defects. Well maintained roads provide a safer and more comfortable ride and contribute to lower vehicle operating costs, particularly for heavy vehicles. They are also more likely to achieve their optimum life at minimal total cost to the community. A decline in maintenance and capital improvement investments may significantly affect the condition and adequacy of road network. Physical measurements of the road network have to be further supported by results from the annual community perceptions survey. Effectiveness, efficiency and environment are clear and present targets for road administration. The performances of road agencies are justified with their outcomes, not only outputs. In order to increase their outcomes, they should increase their inputs in traditional scheme or increase their output per input with more business-like approaches. Life cycle cost of road is one of the key issues many road organizations and researchers have engaged in. Not only road agency cost but also road user s cost and cost for inhabitants and communities should be included in the life cycle cost in order to assist infrastructure investment decision. Thus in estimating life cycle cost, road user s viewpoints are essential even if technical capabilities of estimation are not sufficient. Performance based maintenance has been introduced and discussed because using innovative methods and procedures is believed to cut life cycle cost and improve service quality level PERFORMANCE BASED MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS The traditional way of contracting out road maintenance is based on the amount of work being measured and paid for on agreed rates for different work items. These are also referred to as unit price contracts. By contrast, PBMCs define minimum conditions of road, bridge and traffic assets that have to be met by the contractor, as well as other services such as the collection and management of asset inventory data, call-out and attendance to emergencies, and response to public requests, complaints and feedback. Payments are based on how well the contractor manages to comply with the performance standards defined in the contract, and not on the amount of works and services executed. PBMCs are defining a product and it is up to the contractor how to achieve this, e.g. road agency buys service level, not asphalt or traffic sign, etc. Therefore, work selection, design and delivery are all his responsibility. The contractor is free to decide: - what to do; - when to do; - how to do; - where to do; - to do physical works himself or subcontract (with certain restrictions); as long as he meets the performance standards during the contract period. 20

405 Hence, the choice and application of technology and the pursuit of innovative materials, processes and management are all up to the contractor. This allocates higher risk to the contractor compared to traditional contract arrangements, but at the same time opens up opportunities to increase his margins where improved efficiencies and effectiveness of design, process, technology or management are able to reduce the cost of achieving the specified performance standards. The move to the PBMC is a major change and challenge for the road industry, contractors and road agencies. It represents a fundamental shift in the way of maintenance and rehabilitation works are delivered, including a significant transfer of risk to the private sector. The objectives of PBMCs are to: - have the contractor undertake the asset management role for road maintenance and rehabilitation; - achieve productivity gains through improved financing and scheduling of road maintenance and rehabilitation; - reduce maintenance costs through the application of more effective and efficient technologies and work procedures; - reduce whole of life cycle costs through innovative solutions; - maintain a safe road environment for all road users with minimum disruption to road users and others; - provide transparency for road users, road agencies and contractors with regard to the conditions roads have to be maintained; - improve control and enforcement of quality standards; - improve overall road conditions. The scope of the PBMC is the provision of the following services: - inspection and monitoring of the assets; - routine and periodic maintenance; - reconstruction and rehabilitation; - emergency response; - customer relations; - collection and maintenance of asset inventory data. The PBMCs represent a major change from traditional approach, including a significant reallocation of risk. The contractor assumes a number of risks that were traditionally with the road agency, and accepts those risks by including a pricing of those risks in the fixed price for contract. Examples of risks allocated to the contractor are those of increase in costs due to latent conditions, selection of treatments, increased traffic volumes, increased axle loadings and the cost of any re-work required to meet standards Performance based maintenance standards The contract specifies a range of short- and long-term asset condition standards or outcomes that the contractor is required to achieve. They also specify minimum technical standards that the contractor is to apply, although there is opportunity for the contractor to propose alternative and innovative approaches for the achievement of the required outcomes. Two of the key performance specifications are the road maintenance intervention parameters (RMIP) and the asset condition profiles (ACP). The RMIPs specify the extent of allowable defects in terms of the level, extend and response time for defects. The contractor is required to correct the defects within these 21

406 parameters. They generally relate to short term maintenance requirements such as pothole repairs, rutting, edge break, replacement or repair of signs, etc. The nature of the RMIPs in the PBMCs requires that the contractor develop a RMMS to manage defects. The ACPs are cumulative distribution curves that identify the long term pavement asset condition targets to be met by the contractor over the life of the contract and the standards to be achieved at the end of the contract. The ACPs have to be calculated for each individual road section or route. They are specified for roughness, rutting, surface texture, skid resistance and residual pavement design life. It is important that the performance criteria cover all aspects of the contract and take account of the fact that different roads within the contract area might require different service levels. In setting the measures, various criteria (both technical and practical) need to be carefully considered, such as: (i) traffic volume and composition, (ii) urban vs. rural roads, (iii) flat, hilly or mountainous terrain, (iv) subgrade quality and type, (v) quality of available construction materials, (vi) capacity of available contractors, (vii) any environmental constraints, such as protected areas, parks, forest reserves, etc. However, probably the most important criterion is the question of what service level can be afforded and economically justified for the road in question Performance monitoring Performance monitoring is a key to the success of this way of contracting road maintenance. Appropriate control procedures as well as penalties for non-compliance have to be well defined in the contract documents. Procedures defined in various contracts, as well as experiences, vary. Since the contractor has taken over the responsibility of the quality control in his own interest, the road agency has been saving on costs for supervision and control of the contracts. Experiences have shown that the road users can play a vital role in controlling the compliance of the contractor in regard to the visual performance standards like the existence of potholes, the state of the drainage system and the obstruction of the road way, as long as he or she knows to what standard the road should be maintained to. For this purpose the contractor has the obligation to put up signs along the road to clearly indicate the name and address of contractor in charge of the specific road as well as a telephone numbers of the contractor and the responsible road agency to be able to report claims KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS The PBMC have to provide for the measurement of a range of key PIs to measure the contractor s performance in certain areas, and to adjust payments to the contractor based on that performance. Generally key PIs reflect performance in asset management, safety, customer relations, environmental compliance and maintaining regional commitments. The contractor may receive a bonus payment adjustment for exceeding specified targets and a payment deduction where performance does not meet requirements. In order to set targets, PIs are necessary as tools. They are very useful to evaluate the degree to which goals and objectives have been achieved or identify those inputs, process, outputs and outcomes associated with a project required to achieve the goals and objectives. 22

407 PIs for each project should be selected in accordance with the goals and objectives of the project. Road user s view, of course, should be incorporated into them. Saying The right pavement in the right place, road users would judge the pavement right or not. For instance, to manage the pavements, targets should be set for each PI and which should reflect road user s viewpoint. As targets, two types of level could be defined: desirable level and critical level. Besides, criteria for maintenance/rehabilitation should be defined also. Desirable levels are not difficult to define. For example, desirable level of roughness and rutting depth is zero (the less, the better). On the other hand, permeability is an example of ones characterized with the more, the better. Trying to achieve desirable levels needs huge budget in monitoring and maintaining. It has more reality in using desirable levels to aware such a level is just ideal one, declare so and introduce supplementary indicator such as customer s satisfaction. Critical levels mean the boundary between acceptable quality and non-acceptable quality for road user and are difficult to define technically. Criteria for maintenance/rehabilitation could be described as levels generously margined to critical levels in order to encourage safety, comfortableness and so on. To define the right PIs is a rather challenging task since it has to satisfy a set of goals such as: - to minimize total systems cost, including the long-term cost of preserving road, bridge and traffic assets and the cost to the road user and - to satisfy comfort and safety of road users. In addition, to avoid ambiguity, PIs have to be clearly defined and objectively measurable. Most road agencies use a range of indicators to measure physical condition of road assets, with set target values. Typical PIs are: - International Roughness Index (IRI) to measure the roughness of the road surface, which affects vehicle operating cost; - absence of potholes and the control of cracks and rutting, which effects safety and pavement performance; - minimum amount of friction between tires and the road surface for safety reasons; - maximum amount of siltation or other obstruction of the drainage system to avoid destruction of the road structure; - retro reflexivity of road signs and markings for safety purposes. Typically, PBMCs contain a list of between 20 and 100 PIs. However, a small set of well chosen indicators tends to be the most effective. As traffic conditions vary from road section to road section, different sets of parameters will create minimal system cost, taking into account road maintenance and vehicle operating costs. For each PI there is a response time and often a penalty defined for non-compliance. PIs and response times vary widely from one contract to another. Each country seems to follow a slightly different path due to a variety of factors. One thing is clear that PIs are still evolving and continue to be a subject of further analysis and debate. Since most of the roads do not comply with the performance standards set in the contract, the contractor has to be given time to bring up the road to the required levels depending on the specific circumstances. 23

408 3.3. PROPOSAL OF PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Tables 3.1. and 3.2. provide examples of PIs that are suitable for use within a road maintenance management context, particularly for PBMCs. The proposed list comes from the worldwide experience in implementation of such contracts, as well as from the experience gained through implementation of the current pilot PBMC in the Republic of Serbia which is in force for almost four years. These indicators can not be considered as the best ones for management of such contracts because this distinction depends largely on the characteristics of the implementing agency. However, if implemented properly, these candidates have potential for being good indicators. Also, the implementing agency can make a decision to implement full PBMC or, if suitable for a part of the network or for the whole of the network depending on its characteristics, to implement a mixed contract. This means that part of the activities is being performed under the PBMC and others as classic quantity based maintenance works. Therefore, proposed indicators can be slightly changed to reflect the type of contract being implemented. This report also develops PIs in several main areas, as follows: - Preservation: Measures the condition of the road network and actions to keep the system in a state of good repair. Indicators are often specific to the type of asset. PIs may be expressed, for example, by physical condition (i.e. extent or severity of distress and deviations from nominal values), by indexes that combine a number of condition measurements or that relate to user perceptions of condition (i.e. pavement condition index, present serviceability index, or rideability index for pavements or bridge condition index for bridges), or by other, not necessarily technical, indicators (i.e. financial asset value). Preservation can also include actions to maintain a state of good repair in emergency situations (i.e. severe storms, earthquakes, landslides, scour around foundations and flooding); - Mobility and accessibility: Measures the ease of movement of people and goods. Accessibility is the ability of people and goods to reach desired activities or destinations. Mobility and accessibility are grouped together here because they are related and share common measures. Mobility indicators include the time and cost of making a trip and the relative ease or difficulty with which a trip is made, especially congestion and the trip indicators related to congestion. Some of these trip indicators reflect a supplier perspective (i.e. volume-capacity ratio and capacity-related level of service), while others reflect a user perspective (i.e. speed, travel time, delay, trip reliability and user cost). Accessibility indicators include a density of opportunities enabled by road network (i.e. number of households within a 30-minute drive of key regional centers or number of employment opportunities within a 10-minute walk of transit stops) or the ability of a facility to serve a particular user group (i.e. a particular segment of population or type of freight). Accessibility is often expressed from a user s perspective; - Operations and maintenance: Measures the effectiveness of the road network in terms of throughput and travel costs and revenues from a system perspective and maintenance level of service measures focused on the customer experience of the system. Since throughput is interpreted in terms of people or goods as well as vehicles, indicators of vehicle occupancy or freight capacity may be included here. Cost efficiency includes indicators such as average cost per kilometer or per vehiclekilometers traveled. Systemwide fuel efficiency is also included; - Safety: Measures the quality of transportation service in terms of crashes or incidents that are harmful to people and damaging to freight, vehicles and road infrastructure. 24

409 PIs also reflect asset conditions that contribute to or detract from safety. While safety is often gauged by the number, frequency, severity and cost of accidents, recent trends recognize a wider sphere of interest in the vehicle- and driver-related causes of crashes and in harm to agency work crews, particularly in work zones. Work is also ongoing to predict the risk of future safety problems at candidate locations; - Economic development: Measures direct and indirect impacts of road transport on the economy. Direct impacts are typically related to the cost of transport experienced by users and shippers. Indirect indicators look at transport s contribution to general economy and are expressed in measures such as economic output (i.e. GDP), employment (i.e. jobs supported or created) and income. Various proxy indicators are often used to gauge economic development impacts, including traffic at border crossings, manufacturers/shippers/ employers who have relocated for transport purposes, volume of freight originating or terminating in region, number or percent of employers that cite difficulty in accessing the needed labor supply because of transport and measures of truck travel per unit of regional economic activity; - Environmental impacts: Measures effects on the environment, including air quality, groundwater, protected species, noise and natural vistas. Output-based PIs may also be defined for actions critical to mitigating the above impacts (i.e. protecting wetlands, constructing wildlife passages across road infrastructure, using snow and ice chemicals that protect groundwater and air quality, and monitoring and controlling hazardous materials); - Delivery: Measures the delivery of transportation projects and services to the customer. Key PIs include output-oriented accomplishment indicators that complement outcome-oriented measures in the other categories, indicators of efficiency and effectiveness in use of resources and impacts on customers that need to be considered in evaluation of alternative delivery strategies. Table 3.1. lists PIs related only to preservation of road assets and creation of safe conditions for traffic, with details on proposed service level (target) and acceptable level, response time and method and frequency of measurement. These indicators mainly fall into the category of low level operational indicators that are of interest internally to assess the success of processes and tasks being performed by the contractor. Table 3.2. lists the rest of the proposed PIs, but without any details as these PIs are mainly used for comparison of road network condition and perception of the road network and road administration performance by stakeholders (government, users, media, public etc). Assessment of programs and general performance of the road agency is being done by these high level indicators. Also, targets that should be related to PIs proposed in Table 3.2. depend strongly on the state transport policy and policy of the road agency, and can not be easily recommended without further deeper study of the policies, objectives and activities in the sector. This second set of high level indicators can be used to overcome technicality of indicators, meaning that these are mostly only understandable by people with a detailed technical background, e.g. engineers. As a result the general acceptance and application of these technical indicators can be limited by: - the detailed technical data required, having to be measured by specialized measurement equipment not generally available in developing countries or countries in transition; - the road user or community not understanding the technical indicators; they require the information to be presented in simpler terms. By deciding for further analysis of the proposed set of indicators, detailed in the Table 3.2, it would be possible to introduce the Information Quality Level (IQL) concept to PIs. 25

410 Indeed, this is being recommended as a separate study to be made, not only to cover road maintenance, but also complete field of the road agency s activities. Having in mind the previously identified stakeholders, the relationship between IQL concept and stakeholders can be presented (Figure 3.1). Figure 3.1. Stakeholder-IQL relationship (PIARC, 2008) As seen from the Figure 3.1, three broad stakeholder interest groups can be identified: - Operator: Responsible for the day-to-day operation of all activities on a section of the network. In-house operational staff or appointed contractors and consultants can do this; - Manager: Responsible for the medium to long-term management of a road network. Typical example will be a road agency; - Owner/User/Community: The owner of the road asset is responsible for the long-term strategic management of infrastructure assets to the best interest of the users and community at large. In most countries this will be the government. 26

411 Table 3.1. Proposal of operational PIs for PBMCs (preservation of road assets and traffic safety) road category indicator service level tolerance response time method of measurement main carriageway (pavement and shoulders) I nil nil 48 hours potholes/km II nil < 3 pcs/km 72 hours I all sealed < 15 % 1 month cracking II < 10 % < 20 % 2 months I < 10 mm < 15 mm 3 months rutting II < 20 mm < 30 mm 6 months I < 10 cm into road < 25 cm into road edge break II < 20 cm into road < 50 cm into road I II shoulders stabilized, no edgedrops < 5 % not stabilized, edgedrop < 5 cm < 10 % not stabilized, edgedrop < 7,5 cm 6 months 2 weeks I roughness-asphalt < 2,5 < 4 6 months II concrete (IRI) < 3,5 < 5 6 months I roughness-bituminous < 3,5 < 5,5 6 months II (IRI) < 4,5 < 6 6 months I/II deformations and depressions < 2,5 cm < 5 cm 6 months I/II raveling < 10 % < 20 % 6 months I/II bleeding nil < 5 % 6 months I/II skid resistance > 50 > 45 6 months I/II pavement failure no traffic hazardous failure 1 pc/10 km 6 hours I strength (central < 250/1000 mm < 400/1000 mm 6 months II deflection) < 350/1000 mm < 500/1000 mm 6 months visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor condition survey-profiler visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor condition survey-profiler condition survey-profiler visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor condition survey-skid resistance tester visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor condition survey-falling weight deflectometer frequency of measurement daily monthly 6 monthly 6 monthly monthly annual annual monthly quarterly quarterly 6 monthly daily annual 27

412 road category indicator service level tolerance response time method of measurement I/II remaining life > 10 > 5 1 year I < 5 % < 10 % 1 year weight restriction II < 10 % < 25 % 1 year gravel and macadam roads I/II driving speed > 40 km/h > 25 km/h 1 month I/II potholes/km nil < 10 pcs/km 1 week I/II surface softening not soft or muddy, no softening when wetted - 1 month I/II shoulders stabilized < 10 % not stabilized 1 week road embankment and slopes I/II surface condition stabilized, no sliding or falls local, small surface erosion 1 week I/II debris no debris or spilled material I/II I/II obstruction condition safe and free of obstructions, should allow for free flow of water or traffic without damages and deformations < 1 m 3 of debris or spilled material on shoulders or berms structures < 10 % restriction in waterway or traffic profile 1 week 1 week - 2 weeks I/II restrictions no restrictions < 10 % 6 months I/II waterway safe and free of obstructions culverts < 10 % restriction in waterway 1 week condition survey-falling weight deflectometer condition survey-falling weight deflectometer condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor condition survey-structural engineer visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor frequency of measurement annual annual quarterly monthly monthly monthly weekly weekly weekly monthly 6 monthly weekly 28

413 road category indicator service level tolerance response time method of measurement I/II condition no deformation or damage - 2 weeks I/II I/II cross section alignment of lined ditches and gutters drainage elements (gutters, ditches and ground drainage) normal cross section, free of obstructions < 5 % of length below service level 1 week < 2 cm settlement < 4 cm settlement 1 month signs I/II placement complete, properly installed < 5 % below service level 6 hours I/II condition clean and clearly visible < 5 % below service level 6 hours I/II legibility legible < 25 % of sign legend below service level pavement marking 48 hours I/II condition complete and clearly visible < 10 % below service level 1 week I/II reflectivity > 100 mcd/lx/m 2 < 10 % below service level 1 month furniture I/II placement complete, properly installed < 5 % below service level 1 week I/II condition clean and clearly visible < 5 % below service level 24 hours I/II I/II vegetation up to 3 m from pavement edge slope vegetation right-of-way only grass cover height of grass < 15 cm 1 week grass cover and bushes up to 50 cm in height height of grass and bushes < 1 m 1 week I/II foreign elements no litter, debris and road-kill - 48 hours visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor condition surveyretroreflectometer visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor frequency of measurement monthly weekly quarterly daily daily daily monthly quarterly weekly weekly weekly weekly weekly 29

414 road category indicator service level tolerance response time method of measurement road side clearance I/II sight distance no obstruction min 200 m 1 week I/II vertical clearance no obstruction min 5 m 72 hours I II I II I II I/II I/II snow accumulation snow removal ice control snow avelanche response no surprise to drivers no accumulation complete removal from all traffic lanes and shoulders fully restored traction initiate search and rescue plan and start cleaning all temporary winter signs placed and visible winter maintenance < 5 cm accumulation on traffic lanes and < 10 cm on other lanes 2 hours < 10 cm accumulation 8 hours complete removal from all traffic lanes complete removal from the width of at least 5 m duration of traction loss < 1 hour duration of traction loss < 3 hours 2 days 4 days immediate - immediate - immediate database(s) update visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor visual surveycontractor/supervisor visual condition surveycontractor/supervisor frequency of measurement monthly monthly 2 times a day daily 3 times a day I/II information supply information delivered - 3 months database control monthly - daily 30

415 Table 3.2. Proposal of high level PIs for PBMCs PI type pavement condition/ ride quality structures condition asset condition (general) asset value structural capacity of pavements backlog or need agency financial impact user benefit or disbenefit user perception speed travel time reliability preservation PIs indicator - average condition - number of kilometers below a threshold acceptable condition level - percent of kilometers in good/fair/poor condition - average condition index - percent of structurally deficient - number of posted or restricted structures - percent of structures with deck, superstructure and substructure with rating below acceptable threshold - percent of length/area in good/fair/poor condition - percent of length/area in state of good repair - replacement value - book value (historical or appreciated to current currency value) - ratio of current value to replacement cost - percent of asset quantity with fewer than 5 years remaining service life - average remaining service life - percent of design life achieved - percent of asset quantity forecast to achieve full design life - average age or percent asset quantity greater than n years old - percent of assets eligible for replacement - percent of asset quantity out of service due to deteriorated condition - current value of cost to preserve assets in state of good repair over defined time horizon - backlog of deferred maintenance - estimated cost to achieve target condition level or eliminate deficiencies - ratio of deferred maintenance to replacement value (facility condition index) - ratio of deterioration or lost value to replacement value (debt index) - cost of emergency maintenance due to asset age or poor condition - agency cost due to deferred maintenance (present value of deferred maintenance minus cost to do it now) - veh-km traveled-weighted average pavement condition - percent of veh-km traveled on roads in poor condition - percent of truck veh-km traveled or tonnage affected by weight or clearance restrictions - number of overload permits rejected due to bridge structural capacity deficiency - number of functionally obsolete bridges - user costs associated with rough roads or detours due to bridge posting or road restrictions - hours or days during which asset not in service due to preservation work - user rating of asset condition or agency preservation activities - user satisfaction rating mobility and accessibility PIs - travel rate (e.g. minutes per km) for a road segment or corridor - average speed for given road segment or origin-destination pair - average annual rate of change in average speed - percent of time average speed is below (or above) a threshold level - variation in average speed (location-specific measure) - standard deviation of travel time - deviation from average trip time for selected origin-destination pair - percent on-time shipments (by commodity or mode) 31

416 PI type delay travel cost accessibility to destinations accessibility to facilities and services backlog or need user perception system operations efficiency incident response/winter operations indicator - total hours of delay (difference between actual travel time and defined standard for acceptable travel time) - delay resulting from maintenance activities and road works - hours of incident-related delay - relative delay rate (difference from target or standard) - average shipment cost between specified origins and destinations or facilities - trip cost by mode for origin-destination pairs - annual percent increase in unit costs of transport industries - money losses due to freight delays - economic efficiency/net discounted benefits - percent of target population that can conveniently reach a specific destination (e.g. within x hours, no more than y-percent circuity, with less than z minutes of delay) - average time from snow event to bare pavement operations - percent of population within x minutes of the state motorway system - estimated cost to achieve a given performance level or to eliminate deficiencies - user ratings of trip time, reliability, congestion severity, travel cost, travel time, etc. - user satisfaction with snow and ice removal operations and maintenance PIs - veh-kms traveled per lane-km (per capita) - passengers per veh-km or hour (transit) - percent of road-km with low speed limits or restrictions - average circuity for truck trips between a selected origin-destination pair - number of extended breakdowns in travel flow on freeways for a given time period - average annual incident response time on limited access kilometers managed - average time to clear incident or percent of incidents cleared in less than x minutes - time interval after precipitation stops to restore road conditions to defined standard capacity and availability - number of hours (or days) of road closure - average operations and/or maintenance cost per lane-km - maintenance expenditures per veh-km traveled - cost per passenger trip cost efficiency - cost per percent point increase in lane-km in good condition - ratio of oversize/overweight permit fees collected to money value of damage caused - average fuel consumption per trip by type (or shipment) fuel efficiency - annual fuel consumption per veh-km traveled - liters of wasted fuel backlog or need - estimated cost to achieve a given performance level or eliminate deficiencies user perception - user ratings of road infrastructure operations and availability safety PIs - number of crashes by type, mode, system, location type, etc. - crash density (number of crashes per one kilometer and year) crashes - crash rates-number of crashes (by type) per 100 million veh-km traveled - percent of reduction in crashes (by type) 32

417 PI type crash impacts infrastructure need/backlog user perception economic cost and benefits direct user costs road infrastructure support for freight movement user perception vehicle emissions air quality energy impacts noise impacts recycling user perception accomplishment indicator - number of fatalities (or rate per amount of travel) - number of road workers killed - number of injuries (or rate per amount of travel) - crash costs (total or average), by type of cost (i.e. property damage or medical) - hours of delay related to crashes - average incident duration or percent of incidents disrupting traffic for more than x minutes - hazard index (location-specific measure) - number of locations with high crash rates or hazard indexes - number of road sections (or percent of network km) not meeting safety standards - number of road sections with excessive curves or grades - number of road locations with identified hazards (barriers, obstacles and distractions) - number of road sections (or km) with identified cost-effective safety countermeasures - cost to implement identified safety countermeasures - number of safety-related complaints - user ratings of road infrastructure safety or operational response to incidents - shipper satisfaction with damage/loss rates economic development PIs - number of jobs within x minutes of population centers - road infrastructure-related impacts: jobs created, percent of state or regional gross product - economic costs of pollution - average cost per trip - average cost per ton-kilometer - road mileage converted to all-weather surfacing - road mileage upgraded to support truck traffic - percent of businesses that cite problems with road infrastructure as a major factor in relocation, productivity or expansion environmental impacts PIs - tons of greenhouse gases generated - number of regions that experience isolated road transport-related excesses over air quality standards - urban areas in non attainment status - population of non attainment areas - number of days that pollution standard index is in the unhealthful range - percent of time air quality is rated good at monitoring stations - number of days of air quality noncompliance - number of infractions where agency is charged - number of road funding sanctions imposed for noncompliance with law - average fleet-km per liter - fuel consumption per veh-km or passenger-km traveled or ton-km - number of residences or percent of population exposed to road noise exceeding established standards (or greater than x decibels) - number of noise receptor sites above threshold - amount (or percent) of recycled material used in road maintenance - user satisfaction with road transport decisions affecting the environment - user perception of air quality delivery PIs - quantity of work completed (e.g. lane-km of pavement resurfacing and number of bridges reconstructed) - money value of work completed by type 33

418 PI type quality efficiency schedule and budget adherence responsiveness backlog user impact and safety indicator - quality index (based on materials testing, pavement smoothness and inspection results) - percent of material samples meeting specification - cost per lane-km maintained - administrative costs as percent of total program - percent of road network costs spent on maintenance - duration of maintenance (by type) - unprogrammed costs as percent of total - number of projects let versus planned for letting - number of projects certified versus scheduled for certification - percent of contracts (or contract value) completed on-budget - average response time to emergency work request - percent of work requests closed within x hours or days - ratio of work under contract to programmed work - backlog of programmed maintenance work to be let - veh-km traveled impacted by work zones - lane-hours restricted due to maintenance - hours of delay due to work zones - veh-km of detour due to work zones - number of work zone-related crashes - number of road worker injuries What can be achieved in the context of the Republic of Serbia At this moment, the RS has the experience in the PBMC for almost four years within the districts of Mačva and Kolubara, while for other maintenance regions the maintenance is still being contracted in a classic way-quantity based. On the basis of the worldwide PBMC experience, as well as from the RS experience, it is possible to draw a conclusion on the most suitable PIs (Table 3.3) that can be easily monitored within the context of the PBMC, and without any major effort but regular duties of the contractor and supervisor. The proposed PIs are mainly established by visual survey of pavement and other road elements condition. The list does not contain PIs that have to be established by specialized survey equipment, e.g. profiler, faling weight deflectometer or similar. However, this does not make any restrictions for the PE Roads of Serbia to monitor all the proposed PIs and thus evaluate the contractor s performance in provision of the product/level of service. Table 3.3. Basic PIs for PBMC in the RS group main carriageway (pavement and shoulders) gravel and macadam roads road embankment and slopes indicator 1. potholes/km 2. cracking 3. rutting (identification only) 4. edgebreak 5. shoulders 6. deformations and depressions 7. raveling 8. bleeding 9. pavement failure 10. driving speed 11. potholes/km 12. surface softening 13. shoulders 14. surface erosion 15. debris 34

419 strctures culverts group drainage element (gutters, ditches and ground drainage) signs pavement marking furniture right-of-way roadside clearance winter maintenance database(s) update 16. obstruction 17. condition indicator 18. waterway 19. condition 20. cross section 21. alignment of lined ditches and gutters 22. placement 23. condition 24. legibility 25. condition 26. placement 27. condition 28. vegetation up to 3 m from pavement edge 29. slope vegetation 30. foreign elements 31. sight distance 32. vertical clearance 33. snow accumulation 34. snow removal 35. ice control 36. snow avelanche response 37. no surprise to drivers 38. information supply 35

420 4. CONCLUSION Road asset management today is mostly based on goals and the analysis of results. Any improvement in results of any kind requires follow up and proper evaluation. The most common technique used in the procedure for evaluation is the comparison of results data obtained over different periods of time. Experience during recent decades has shown that relevant PIs can be very useful tools to be used in the procedure of evaluation. The primary objective of PIs is to support decision makers at all levels in the management of road assets, ensuring efficient actions and to make the best use of public resources. The complexity of PBMCs, especially with regard to PIs, road surfaces and contract duration should be based on past experience in contracting out road maintenance, the ability of the road agency to prepare and monitor such contracts and qualifications of local contractors to manage this new type road maintenance contract. Wherever there is little experience with contracting out road maintenance, a gradual approach is recommended, starting with short-term contracts and simple PIs with regard to control of potholes and cracks and cleaning of drainage system. Whenever roads are not in maintainable conditions, rehabilitation is necessary, either based on unit prices or included in the fixed monthly payments the contractor receives over the contract period. Proper performance monitoring and strict application of penalties for noncompliance have proven to be critical to the success as well. Wherever road agencies did not properly monitor the performance of the contractor or did not apply proper penalties for non-compliance, contractor s performance was deficient. PIs need to be developed further. The development of PIs is still at its early stage. Until now each road agency, that are applying PBMCs, has developed its own indicators by slightly modifying the ones they used before for in-house labor or contractors. The principal advantage of contracting out road maintenance based on PIs is its potential for reducing road maintenance costs and improving road conditions. Another important advantage of this contracting scheme is that the users know exactly the road conditions they can expect and demand. Unfortunately, improper implementation of this scheme could backfire and produce adverse effects. It is to be expected that contracting out road maintenance based on performance standards could spread all over the world and eventually replace the traditional way of contracting out road maintenance based on unit prices. 36

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423 Appendix N ARAN SURVEY SYSTEM - training material -

424 CONTENTS 1. General ARAN overview system components Road diagnostics measurements Measurement of longitudinal road irregularities Measurement accuracy Measurement speed Sampling frequency Measurement of transversal road irregularities Measurement accuracy Measurement speed Sampling frequency Limitations of the transversal irregularities measuring sub-system Measurement of road surface macrotexture Measurement accuracy Measuring speed Sampling frequency Determining the Position of All Vehicle s Sub-systems Measurement accuracy Measuring speed Sampling frequency Measuring and evaluating road damages Workstation for assessing road surface damage Standard viageos road diagnostics measurements measurement procedure Calibration of devices Chainage calibration Roughness SDP Rutbar/roll gyro calibration Orientation calibration Texture camera calibration JPEG cameras calibration Measurement execution Data processing Raw data Medium-level processed data High-level processed data VisiData Surveyor Databases of measured parameters PMS data processing GIS data processing...23 i

425 7. VIAGEOS Company Infrastructure solutions Data collection Comprehensive analysis Project level services Pavement management system...25 ii

426 1. GENERAL Effective road maintenance requires quality, objective condition information. Maintenance can be conducted through traditional pavement preservation regimes or through regular pavement preservation. Spending small amounts on pavement preservation reduces the need to spend larger amounts on major rehabilitation and reconstruction (Figure 1.1). Pavement preservation also maintains a higher overall road surface quality during the life cycle of the pavement. Figure 1.1. Road maintenance alternatives Multifunctional road surface diagnostics is a non destructive technology to collect the data and assess road surface condition, as well as to collect data on other road assets within the right-of-way. Advantages of multifunctional diagnostics are as follows: - efficient, single pass data collection; - objective data on road surface condition; - more repeatable data; - better historical comparisons; - safer-by getting survey crews off the road and into the office; - far more accurate than manual or windshield surveys; - automated data processing; - easy to put data into a variety of pavement management software applications; - systems configured to the needs of the road manager. 2. ARAN OVERVIEW ARAN (Automated Road ANalyzer) is the system of measuring devices and equipment (Figure 2.1), installed in a vehicle, and used for measurement and collection of road condition data, traffic and technical elements and equipment on road, and traffic. System can be used at the level of network or part of the network, for the purpose of general analysis and planning and programming of activities, and at the level of section, for detail data collection at the level of design documentation. 1

427 Fugro-Roadware, producer of ARAN, is part of the Fugro group of companies and is a multi-national company with over 35 years of highly specialized experience in infrastructure and pavement management technology and data collection services. The company's mission is to provide premium quality information gathering products, services and support to infrastructure and transportation organizations throughout the world. Figure 2.1. Multifuncional measurement device ARAN More then 80 ARANs are working on roads worldwide. More than half of US state Departments of Transportation use the ARAN for their data collection needs. Companies (state or private) in more than 20 countries across 5 continents have ARAN: - Europe: Netherlands, France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ireland; - Asia: Saudi Arabia, China, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam; - Africa: South Africa; - South America: Argentina, Puerto Rico; - North America: USA, Canada. First multifuncional measurement device ARAN was bought by VIAGEOS s.r.o. in 1991 (fifth device in Europe). ARAN which is now being used by VIAGEOS was build in 1999 and is continuously supplemented by new developed systems of mesurement. Chasis of multifunctional vehicle and carrier of all measurement devices is GMC Chevy VAN 20 with 5.6 liter ignition engine. For feeding of all subsystems by electrical power, ARAN vehicle is equipped by variable speed compact 400W 250V, 3 phase generator that is belt-driven from the engine. All measurement systems are fixed on vehicle. System for measurement of transversal and longitudinal profile and system for measurement of macro-texture of pavement are mounted in front of car (Figures ). GPS antennas and ROW (right-of-way) digital camera are mounted on the roof of vehicle (Figure 2.5). Rear cameras and strobe lights are installed at rear of vehicle (Figures 2.6. and 2.7). 2

428 Figure 2.2. ARAN front view-ultrasonic SMARTBAR (transversal profile) Figure 2.3. Laser SDP (longitudinal profile) Figure 2.4. Macro-texture laser 3

429 Figure 2.5. GPS antenna and ROW jpeg camera Figure 2.6. ARAN rear view-rear camera and strobe lights Figure 2.7. Rear camera and strobe light 4

430 3. SYSTEM COMPONENTS Multifuncional measurement device ARAN consists of several sub-systems to determine: pavement condition (distress), rutting, roughness, grade, curve radius, crossfall, transverse profile, roadside inventory, shim quantities, geographic coordinates, passing zones, pavement width, feature offsets and more. Brief description of each sub-system is presented below: - Distance Measuring Instrument (DMI) Distance or chainage, is the most basic measurement made by ARAN vehicle. Because the ARAN sub-systems use distance as their base for measurement, they are not speed dependent as are time based measurement systems. This allows the vehicle to move at variable speeds in traffic and collecting data accurately and safely; - Position Orientation System/Land Vehicle (POS/LV) POS/LV is high precision version of Inertial Referencing system (IRS), which uses a military grade accelerometers and gyroscopes to measure the roll, pitch and heading of the vehicle. This orientation information is used to determine radius and superelevation of curves, cross fall and grade of the road. The system also used with Global Positioning System (GPS) for automated mapping with GIS and CAD systems from network to project levels; - Global Positioning System (GPS) GPS receiver mounted in the vehicle is used to determine the three dimensional coordinates of the vehicle in national geographic space. Differential GPS provides sub-meter accuracy using fixed base stations, and post processing of the GPS data. GPS is used to provide location coordinates of roadway features and to create maps using CAD or GIS. The VIAGEOS vehicle s GPS is integrated with other subsystems so that if the receiver cannot lock onto enough satellites to determine its position and satellite lock is lost the DMI and POS/LV will fill the gaps; - Longitudinal Profile The laser SDP produces a longitudinal profile of road surface. Lasers measure the vehicle s height above the road and accelerometers monitor the vertical forces caused by surface deformities. This profile is used to determine roughness (riding comfort) of the road. The International Roughness Index (IRI) and other indices are calculated in real time, which save office data processing time and effort. Laser SDP meets or exceeds the specification for ASTM Class 1 profilers in USA. The road surface is sampled many times per inch and recorded every 5 cm (dictated by sampling theory). This identifies bumps as short as 10 cm; - Smart Rutbar Smart Rutbar measurements are used to calculate the transverse road profile to determine the amount and severity of rutting. Accurate rut depth measurements are valuable for identifying areas which are susceptible to hydroplaning due to road surface water ponding. Rut depth and rut type information is also used extensively at the project level for pre-construction calculations of shim and mill quantities of asphalt required to restore the cross fall of the road to the correct design. 5

431 A set of 37 Ultrasonic sensors, mounted in variable wings on the front of the vehicle measure the transverse profile of the road surface at 100 mm intervals across full width 3,6 meter lane. Rut depth is measured at an accuracy of 1mm. Special VIAGEOS software matches multiple lanes to produce complete crosssections and calculates ponding depths, mill depths, quantities of shim materials, etc; - Right-of-Way (ROW) Video High resolution digital video cameras, equipped with electronic or mechanical shutters, produce videologs of the road ROW. Multiple cameras can record different perspectives (side view, rear view, etc) simultaneously and synchronously. Videolog applications include recording the location and condition of roadside features and roadway conditions such as signs, guardrails, road drainage, shoulder condition, etc. ROW videologs reduce the need for repeated trips to the field to view conditions and features; Each video image is automatically computer encoded for rapid access and retrieval by entering the desired location code. Up to six video cameras record different perspectives on videotape, laser disc or digital disc. Video printers produce full-color hard copy; - Rear Video-measuring and evaluating road damages The system comprises of a front SONY DVCAM digital video camera, recording the road surface from the driver viewpoint and a rear SONY DVCAM digital video camera, recording the road surface from a vertical angle. The rear camera is equipped with two synchronized stroboscopic discharge lamps that guarantee a standard light quality even during variable light conditions. The video recording includes a sound track recording driver s and operator s comments describing the state of the road surface. Video signals of the ROW and rear cameras are mutually synchronized by means of a time code, which enables subsequent assessment of the road damage on a PC. The combined video recording has also a header added, containing basic information about the measurements (measured route identification, stationing, measuring speed, video cassette number, etc). Simultaneously, a pilot file is generated on the control computer s disk drive, with the half picture numbers and corresponding stationing; - Surface Friction-Macro-texture Macro-texture profiles of the surface are measured with the Smart Texture subsystem using high speed (64 khz) laser mounted in front of the vehicle. Texture data is an important measure of the skid potential of a pavement s surface; - High resolution digital frame imaging Two special digital frame cameras with 1 Mpeg (1300 x 1030) resolution can take still images every 10 m in JPEG format and stored on HDD of video computers. These video images are rapidly being adopted by highway agencies interested and implementing inventory and condition assessment systems. The integration of digital imaging systems, with inertial measurement systems, global positioning and pavement data, allows users to build a sound asset management system. 6

432 4. ROAD DIAGNOSTICS MEASUREMENTS All measurements are done by certificated subsystems of Fugro-Roadware Group Inc. and their ARAN technology MEASUREMENT OF LONGITUDINAL ROAD IRREGULARITIES (International Index of Road Irregularities-IRI: EU parameter, US-certified by Second International Experiment PIARC-FILTER/EVEN) The measurement principle used by the ARAN equipment lies in contact-free scanning of the values of vertical acceleration of the measuring axle s un-sprung mass and the values of vertical acceleration of the sprung mass of the vehicle s body (Figure 4.1). ARAN uses state-of-the-art technology for scanning values required to calculate the IRI by a commonly used model known as a quarter-vehicle, defined by internationallyaccepted studies (First International-Brazilian Experiment, Technical Regulations of the World Bank No. 46, PIARC International Experiment-FILTER 1998). Figure 4.1. Sub-system for measurement of longitudinal road irregularities This method is based on a simulation of a quarter-vehicle through computation from the values measured by a laser camera, the so called comparative vertical plane, generated by the optics system of a camera, rigidly mounted on the mass of the vehicle s body, generating a longitudinal road profile at 50 mm intervals, detecting wavelengths from 100 mm to 100 m, approaching the so called true profile, and from the values obtained from an accelerometer, installed on this camera, measuring gravitational accelerations of the vehicle s mass in interaction with the road s longitudinal irregularities. The result is a more accurate IRI value, approaching the exact computation of a profile measured by a classic land surveying method, and in step with the latest trends in this field, presented at the last PIARC International Congress. The readings obtained from the profile and acceleration measurements are pre-processed by the designated subsystem s control computer and sent to the central board Pentium III computer, which in real time computes the IRI index, which the operator sitting in the vehicle can observe. All values are stored on storage media for further processing in office workstations. Positions of all measurement readings are digitally and visually identified according to the client-defined methodology, both in linear as well as nodal systems. Positioning of measured parameters is described in a separate section (refer to 4.4. Positioning of all 7

433 vehicle s subsystems). ARAN meets all requirements on IRI measurements specified by Clause 8.3 of the ČSN (Czech national standard). The vehicle is capable of measuring in accordance with the requirements specified in this standard, e.g. by a pure response method using two accelerometers. However this method is now regarded as obsolete, and it is recommended that the profile measuring method be used instead to obtain values for the modern algorithms that are used in the US according to Class I of the ASTM standard and applied for the measurement of this parameter in all contracts for the Czech Road and Freeway Board since Measurement accuracy The accuracy of the used accelerometer is ± 1 mg, and that of the 16 khz laser camera ± 0.2 mm. The accuracy of the resultant IRI measurements with the so-called golden model, computed on test sections in the US from the so-called true profile, is expressed in terms of a correlation coefficient guaranteed by the manufacturer, R 2 =0,965. The same correlation was achieved with this specific equipment in a Czech national experiment Measurement speed Thanks to the new algorithm (Low Speed IRI) and the type of accelerometer used, the measurement speed can be variable, ranging from 25 to 90 km/h. A typical operating speed when measuring roads in the Czech Republic is between 40 and 80 km/h Sampling frequency The sampling step is 50 mm, which allows the system to pick up wavelengths from 100 mm to 100 m. The IRI values are then determined as an average value of the profile, adjustable from 10,2 m upwards. The vehicle s measuring track can be set as required. However, the selected position of the measuring track has to be taken into account, because in the left track, e.g. the one closer to the road s centerline, the IRI values are, particularly in highest classes of roads, significantly lower than on the right side of the road, where due to the lower rigidity of the road s hard surface near the edge, the IRI values will be considerably higher, and hence there is a certain danger that, should this track be changed, the existing development series will be distorted MEASUREMENT OF TRANSVERSAL ROAD IRREGULARITIES (depth of wheel ruts, theoretical depth of water in wheel ruts, cross-section gradient: EU parameter, US-certified by Second International Experiment PIARC-FILTER/EVEN) Cross-section measurements are performed in accordance with the requirements of Clause 5 of the ČSN standard, using ultrasound sensors, mounted on a 190 cm long, rigid bar in front of the ARAN diagnostic vehicle, and on two pairs of auxiliary mounting adapters, 60 and 90 cm long, respectively (Figure 4.2). Signals sent by the sensors are continuously processed by the system s control PC, mounted on the same rigid bar that holds the sensors. The control computer sends processed data to the ARAN diagnostic vehicle s central computer, where they are stored together with other data on the computer s hard disk. Relevant variable parameters of the road surface, e.g. depth and type of wheel ruts, theoretical depth of water in wheel ruts and cross-section gradient of the road are then computed in real time from the data sent by the sensors, combined with data from other measuring subsystems (gyroscopes and distance measurements), and the resultant values stored in a data file. 8

434 Figure 4.2. Sub-system for measurement of transversal road irregularities Measurement accuracy Measurement accuracy is: - for each ultrasonic sensor 1 mm; - for gyroscopes 0,1 %; - for electronic length measuring device 0,1 % Measurement speed Transversal road irregularities can be measured at speeds between 0 and 90 km/h Sampling frequency In transversal direction, the frequency of sampling is determined by the location of sensors on the main bar or on the auxiliary adapters, which is 10 cm. This distance between the sensors in the transversal direction seems to be optimal in order to obtain reliable measurements of wheel ruts, and to identify their type. The width of the measured transversal profile is selectable from 190 cm, 250 cm, and then in 30 cm increments up to 370 cm, depending on the width of the driving lane s hard surface section. Selecting an optimal width of the actual measurements is also necessary for accurate measurements of the road s cross-section gradient. Sampling intervals in the longitudinal direction are also selectable, starting from 5 m in 1 m increments, as required by the client. The typical interval is 10 m Limitations of the transversal irregularities measuring sub-system From the physical principle of the measuring with ultrasound sensors and from their design, it is obvious that these sensors cannot be used in rain on a wet road, and also dirt on the road can distort the results. It was established by experiments that when measuring road surfaces with a negative texture, about a 3 mm correction has to be applied to the wheel rut depth. The shortest sampling interval is 1 m MEASUREMENT OF ROAD SURFACE MACROTEXTURE (ISO MPD: EU parameter, US-certified by First International PIARC Experiment) The principle used by the ARAN measurement system is based on regular contactless scanning of longitudinal profile samples, from which the system computes an average depth of the macro-texture, MPD (ISO-certified). Longitudinal sections are scanned 9

435 again by a laser camera made by SELCOM of Sweden (practically the only manufacturer whose products are used in almost all similar devices). The system is mounted on a vehicle carrier above the right or the left wheel track where the values are critical, measuring by certified high-speed lasers an average depth of the MPD macro-texture and a macro-texture profile of periodical 20 cm long road surface samples (Figure 4.3). Figure 4.3. Sub-system for measurement of road surface macro-texture Texture data are an important component of the road s anti-skidding properties, and are used to decide whether other measuring systems should be deployed, such as skidders. Correlation of this parameter was done during the First International Experiment in Belgium and Spain and, similarly as in Czech national experiment that had taken place before the parameter was included in the Ostrava road databank, shows a very good correlation with a macro-texture test carried by the sand patch method, namely R 2 =0,98. Profile measurement readings are pre-processes by the control computer and sent to the central board computer, where the algorithms of the MPD and RMS values (mean quadratic deviation) are computed in real time, and which can be monitored by the operator in the vehicle. All values are stored on storage media for further processing on office workstations, and are used for further processing of detailed computation of texture profiles or homogenized statistical summaries for expert applications in road management systems. Both linear and nodal positions of the measurement reading points are identified digitally and visually (electronic header in the video recording) in compliance with a client-specified methodology. The methods of positioning the measured parameters are described in a separate chapter (refer to 4.4. Determining the position of all vehicle s sub-systems). A number of comprehensive studies and tests (First PIARC International Experiment, Czech National Experiment and other) confirmed the correlation of the MPD parameter with the standard ASTM sand patch test as being 98 %, which was the reason for including this parameter into the international coefficients IFI and EFI, and also into the ČSN standard. ARAN meets all requirements for MTD measurements as specified in Clause 6.3 of ČSN (as suggested by the chapter s title). Equipment is also capable of measuring the MPD parameter by the newly certified ISO methods. 10

436 Measurement accuracy The texture-measuring module comprises one or two 62,5 khz laser camera pinpointers, working with an accuracy of ± 0,1 mm Measuring speed The system works for all wave widths of the macro-texture at speeds up to 90 km/h Sampling frequency The resultant MTD and RMS values are stored at intervals selected by the operator, typically 20 m at the profile length of 0,2 m. The profile samples are scanned in a laser camera frequency (in ARAN, the frequency of measurements-the distance between individual surface reading points-is 0,45 mm). For other applications, detailed surface profiles are stored too. The measuring vehicle track can be set as required, e.g. in the left or the right vehicle wheel track, where the macro-texture values are understandably worst, and have the highest effect on the vehicle s interaction with the road surface. In Czech case it is in the right hand side, as on the left hand side the IRI system is mounted. Nevertheless, the systems can be located anywhere, as required by the client, although definitely not above the middle of the driving lane, where the macro-texture values are better than in the wheel tracks DETERMINING THE POSITION OF ALL VEHICLE S SUB-SYSTEMS ARAN uses a unique three-element positioning system that has been adopted worldwide by all manufacturers of comparable equipment. The main element is based on the principle of electronic scanning of the driven distance by a very accurate, calibrated Hengstler sensor, located on a vehicle s wheel (Figure 4.4), and linked to the central computer that writes the distance covered from the starting point (node) in 1 m increments into each file of the measured parameters, thus unequivocally linking all measurement readings to the database oriented by this way. Figure 4.4. Hengstler sensor The second element is the video recording itself, marked with an electronic header containing the above-described stationing data, plus the name of the starting and end point of the measured route, and other identification data such as an instantaneous vehicle speed, direction, driving lane, road number, etc. Part of the major data in this header is also the number of a half-picture of the front video camera that is, as the distance data, assigned by the header file to each measured parameter, and that serves as a positioning element for other system modules, such as for instance the Visidata database viewer, linked to the digitized video recording of the given locality; and by 11

437 means of the last positioning element, DGPS coordinates, also to the map, in which the measuring equipment s instantaneous position is graphically represented. Thanks to the interconnection of all three positioning elements, this viewer is very user-friendly and simple to use. This module is used by a number of administrative institutions in the US, where collecting this type of data is very common. For this purpose ARAN is equipped with a POS/LV system made by APPLENIX of Canada, which is integrated with the ARAN system both hardware- and software-wise, and which allows, by three high precision optical gyroscopes in conjunction with three precision accelerometers and a pair of satellite receivers working in the GPS differential mode, the supply of very accurate information about the vehicle s inclination in all three axes (useful for obtaining more accurate transversal and longitudinal inclination parameters) (Figures 4.5. and 4.6); and after processing satellite signals and computations by means of relatively complex algorithms based on the Kalman s filters, determination of the instantaneous position of the vehicle in cartographic coordinates with the accuracy of 1-5 m. This positioning method is as yet not required in the Czech Republic, and with the existence of the current nodal positioning system is superfluous. Figure 4.5. GPS positioning of ARAN vehicle Figure 4.6. Inclination of vehicle in all three axes Measurement accuracy The basic precision, determined by the limitations of the process of calibration that is carried out at a stretch of a known length prior to each departure, is better than 1 m per kilometer. The accuracy of other positioning elements is identical or slightly worse (DGPS). 12

438 Measuring speed Measuring speed is identical as for the other subsystems, although in this case there is no theoretical limitation (again with the exception of GPS, where the rule the lower the speed the better applies, which is unfortunately the opposite to the gyroscope, where the rule the faster the speed the better applies) Sampling frequency The lowest sampling frequency is 1 m MEASURING AND EVALUATING ROAD DAMAGES The system comprises of a front SONY DVCAM digital video camera (Figure 4.7), recording the road surface from the driver viewpoint, and a rear SONY DVCAM digital video camera (Figure 4.8), recording the road surface from a vertical angle. The rear camera is equipped with two synchronized stroboscopic discharge lamps that guarantee a standard light quality even during variable light conditions. Figure 4.7. Front digital video camera Figure 4.8. Rear digital video camera Video signals of the camera are mutually synchronized by means of a time code, which enables subsequent assessment of the road damage on a PC. The combined video recording has also a header added, containing basic information about the measurements (measured route identification, stationing, measuring speed, video cassette number, etc). Simultaneously, a pilot file is generated on the control computer s disk drive, with the half-picture numbers and corresponding stationing. 13

439 Workstation for assessing road surface damage The workstation is a combination of an S-VHS studio video recorder and a digital imaging; recorder, is connected thru a special frame grabbing unit with PC computer and a special keyboard, the keys of which can be individually programmed to evaluate the road surface damage as specified by the client, e.g., according to TP 82 (Figure 4.9). Figure 4.9. Workstation for assessing road surface damage Experienced operators (minimum 5 years practice in damage assessment) assess on these workstations the damage at a certain section, converting the file into a desirable data format. The original recordings from both digital frame cameras and the electronic header are recorded in PCs in the vehicle (Figure 4.10). Signal from rear digital camera is stored to S-VHS video recorder for damage assessment purposes, equipped with appropriate viewing devices for clients, and in for digital archiving which enables the material s further use as described below. Figure Recordings from both cameras 14

440 Two special digital frame cameras with 1 Mpeg (1300 x 1030) resolution can take still images every 10 m in JPEG format and stored on HDD of video computers (Figure 4.11). Figure ROW image 4.6. STANDARD VIAGEOS ROAD DIAGNOSTICS MEASUREMENTS Table 4.1. presents parameters that are measured as a standard service. Table 4.1. Standard road diagnostics measurements parameter sub-system units accuracy rut depth ultrasonic sensors mm ± 1 ponding depth ultrasonic sensors mm ± 1 cross slope ultrasonic + inertial % 0,1 IRI accelerometers + laser m/km - longitudinal profile accelerometer + laser mm 0,01 longitudinal slope ultrasonic + inertial % 0,1 macro-texture laser MPD - surface distress video logging catalogue - video image DV, SVHS or VHS PAL - - JPEG image 2 x JPEG cameras x 1300 position DGPS (WGS 84) m (RMS) 3 + 1ppm 15

441 5. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE Measurement procedure consists of two steps, e.g. calibration of devices and measurement execution. Parameters that are usually measured are: - longitudinal profile measurement (international roughness index calculation); - measurement of transverse cross-section (rut depth, ponding depth, Xfall); - measurement of mean profile depth of road surface macrotexture (MPD ISO compliant); - geometry masurement (roll, pitch and heading of vehicle); - GPS coordinates (WGS84) of measured data and roadway features; - recording of rear videoimages using SVHS; - recording of front and rear JPEG images (1300 x 1030) CALIBRATION OF DEVICES All calibration, testing procedures and periods are described in Metrology code. This documentation is part of driven documentation of ISO Detailed calibration procedures description and calibrating software manual are part of ARAN Manual from Fugro-Roadware Group. Each year, usually before measurement season, all ARAN systems are maintained, checked and calibrated by team of qualified employeers of ARAN manufacturer Roadware Group. For calibration and diagnostic purposes VIAGEOS has established several testing sections of roads and motorways-etalons with known geometry (longitudinal, transversal profile and Xfall are measured by rod and level, MTD is measured by sand patch method). For verification of the testing sections and building of new ones, VIAGEOS is equiped by rod and level device (Leica) and Dipstick (high acurancy inclinometer). During the calibration of each mesurement system, ARAN is driven over test section ten times at various speed 40, 60 and 80 km/h Chainage calibration To calibrate the DMI, ARAN is driven over a precise, known distance. Test sections are manually marked and measured at predetermined distance, on a road which is relatively flat and straight. A meter distance is used to perform this test Roughness SDP Calibration of laser sensor is provided (annually) by producer (LMI/SELCOM from Sweden). Calibration of accelerometer is provided by ARAN operators by special software from Roadware Group Rutbar/roll gyro calibration Calibrating the Smart Bar sub-system is done by positioning the smart bar over a level surface (preferably a shallow trough of water). Calibration of Rutbar/roll gyro is provided by ARAN operators by special software from Roadware Group. 16

442 Orientation calibration There are several aspects of the ARAN gyros calibration. One is to align the roll and pitch gyros to the Smart Bar and Surveyor sub-systems respectively. Another aspect of gyro calibration is measuring the rate which the gyro erection motors erect the gyros. Calibration of gyros is provided by ARAN operators by special software from ARAN Roadware Group Texture camera calibration Calibration of laser sensor is provided (annually) by producer (LMI/SELCOM from Sweden) JPEG cameras calibration JPEG cameras are calibrated by special calibrating patterns on level surface by using self calibrating software. This calibration is necessary for obtaining georeferenced values from JPEG pictures. Actual calibrating constants for each subsystem are automatically inserted into files with measured values MEASUREMENT EXECUTION Field condition rating requires one (usually) or two ARAN operators, plus the driver, to perform full data acquisition during each session. The ARAN crew requires the knowledge and skills regarding the tasks involved. Certain responsibilities are shared amongst the crew, such as: setup, vehicle check, data verification, data storage and calibration. During data acquisition, the ARAN is driven over a number of specific road stretches called sections. These sections are determined in advance and located by specific objects, noticeable landmarks or offsets to them. Prior to the ARAN s entering a section, the data acquisition systems are turned on. The ARAN is then driven at a relatively constant speed throughout a section (the maximum speed depends on the sub-systems used). As the ARAN enters the first section, the operator presses Start on the PC keyboard to begin recording the chainage. All subsequent data collected by the measuring subsystems for this section are related to its chainage and identified with the universal header on ROW and REAR JPEG images. All data collected by the measurement sub-system is stored on the hard drive at regular station intervals. Station intervals are set by the operator in meter, one millimile or one foot increments, depending on the units tagged in the data options menu. The CDAC records chainaged at each interval and associates it with all data, JPEGs and video frames stored at that particular instant. While the CDAC is recording the above measurements, a maximum of three video cameras are recording additional information. The first camera is located near the center of the front windshield and records the ROW. The remaining two cameras are located at the rear of the ARAN and record the left and right pavement surfaces. Picture wipe is used to combine any or all of the camera views with the universal header information creating a composite image on the systems monitor and videotape. The VGA Producer, along with the Smart Video Controller (SVC), numbers each frame on the videotape and records this information at each interval. 17

443 While the ARAN is being driven through stations, the operator(s) monitor and record roadway observations on the rater keyboard. Detailed condition rating can be done using the videotape recorder (VTR) and JPEGs after the data acquisition period for more effective analysis. If data collection stops, data summary values and ending chainage are displayed on the screen. 6. DATA PROCESSING 6.1. RAW DATA This type of data is recorded directly from ARAN software without any smoothing or statistical processing. Measured values are stored with equidistant step (interval of masurement); each mesured parameter is converted from common binary file and recorded in ASCII separate files. This files could be in *.txt format with fixed length of each recorded value (Table 6.1) or in *.xls files (Table 6.2). Table 6.1. Example of *.txt file with rut depth CHAINAGE L R Table 6.2. Example of *.xls file with Xfall CHAINAGE SPEED XFALL MEDIUM-LEVEL PROCESSED DATA Data output in this level is usually in *.xls (*.xlsx) tables (Table 6.3) and charts (Figure 6.1) which contain data of all measured parameters requested by customers. Data could be smoothed (for example in case of Xfall), leveled to categories, averaged and so on. 18

444 Table 6.3. Example of *.xls file with medium level processed data (IRI and rut depth) ARAN diagnostics of M6, direction 1, driving lane, Kms cca chainage unevenness L IRI unevenness R IRI unevenness L 'rut' unevenness R 'rut' km mm/m mm/m mm mm Figure 6.1. Example of chart with transversal unevenness 19

445 6.3. HIGH-LEVEL PROCESSED DATA Processed data are conected with software for viewing and printing data charts, tables and JPEG pictures (Figure 6.2). Figure 6.2. ARAN data viewer developed by VIAGEOS VisiData Video images are rapidly being adopted by road agencies interested in implementing inventory and condition assessment systems. Integration of digital imaging systems, with inertial measurement systems, global positioning and pavement data, allows users to build a sound asset management system. VisiData is a visual data presentation program developed by Roadware Group that provides the ability to review ARAN processed data and synchronized video images. This program, which was developed by Roadware Group, allows the operator to display multiple windows, each containing different combinations of data in graphical as well as tabular form (Figure 6.3). Data collected by ARAN such as roughness, rutting, cross slope, etc. at various points, can be displayed at detail ( Station Interval or as collected) or summary level (e.g. Network or District) along with digital images by specifying reference locations. Location Based Video Playback: The operator can select sections to view video by entering the identification of the section such as county, route and milepost. If the user knows the specific location ID, it requires only one or two clicks to go directly to that location. 20

446 Figure 6.3. Example of VisiData window Database Searching Capability VisiData includes full function, Structured Query Language (SQL) capability. Users can query the database to include or exclude road sections by any data element. For example, the user can create an SQL query to only view roads with high IRI and rutting in a particular county. SQL queries can be saved for users who have specific searches they perform repeatedly. This provides a powerful tool to move quickly to only those areas of interest that require attention Multiple Camera Images Panoramic imagery is displayed in multiple windows synchronized with data. Pavement imagery can also be displayed with the ROW imagery. The windows can be sized to suit the user and to allow for zoom-in and zoom-out capability VisiData Applications VisiData is well suited to a wide range of applications from asset inventory and condition assessment to visiting a specific road location to avoid actually driving to the site VisiWeb A web-enabled version of VisiData provides remote or infrequent users access to video images over a standard Internet or Intranet connection (Figure 6.4). To minimize bandwidth requirements and to speed up playback, the video is stored as thumbnail images on a web server. Using any web browser, the user can specify the road location by county, route number, section, etc. and jump immediately to that location. 21

447 Moving backwards and forward, the user can quickly browse to the specific location of interest and then click on the thumbnail image in order to download the full size version. A subset of the sensor data (IRI, rutting) is available and can be displayed for each image or set of images. The images and data can be printed directly from the screen for hard copy reference. Figure 6.4. Example of VisiWeb views Surveyor Surveyor is a unique patented computer scaled video measurement system. Surveyor compatible video from the ARAN visually captures and accurately locates roadside features, while moving at highway speeds. The Surveyor system establishes the location of features through the use of the DMI and optionally, with an inertial gyro system and GPS. Each video frame is tagged with a computer readable reference and recorded. At the ARAN office workstation, an operator interactively selects roadway and roadside features to be located by pointing and clicking with a computer mouse. The Surveyor subsystem, like all other ARAN subsystems, is totally modular and can be integrated with other ARAN modules such as the GPS that allow it to become an integral part of a GIS. The located features can be inventoried into a GIS coordinate or Chainage & Offset database format DATABASES OF MEASURED PARAMETERS Data are processed to databases with complicated structure usually defined by customer. This databases typically contains statisticaly processed data (homogenious sections of variable length with characteritic value for each section, max and min value, deviation, etc), location in road netvork and section, and other type of data requested by customer. 22

448 6.5. PMS DATA PROCESSING Data can be transformed to special structures required for processing by any Pavement Management System (HDM-4, VHSV, Micropave, etc). In this case customer can obtain suggestion for maintenance, repair program or reconstruction of certain road section or part of a road network GIS DATA PROCESSING Results of ARAN measurement transformed to GIS system is most comfortable representation of data. By using of road geometry a network dataset is being created which is the collection of edge (any line feature that participates in the network), junctions (where edges connect) and other measured parameters. Dynamic segmentation of line features enables creation of custom tailored maps for various purposes (Figure 6.5). Figure 6.5. Example of GIS map (evaluation of distresses of regional road 605) 23

449 7. VIAGEOS COMPANY VIAGEOS has been in business of collecting data and providing information for infrastructure managers over 17 years. They have measured more than km roads in Czech Republic and in other European countries (Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary), and also created km of high accuracy digital maps of road networks in several European countries for their national road GIS. The people of Viageos are engineers, designers, planners, surveyors and specialists dedicated to work in full partnership with those faced with finding solutions to the challenge of pavement management, road database systems and GIS. In the spirit of partnership, efficiency and technological innovation, they will provide premium quality information gathering services, products and support. VIAGEOS is being certified that the established and applied quality management system for investigation and diagnostic activities for roads complies with ISO 9001:2001 since Figure 7.1. VIAGEOS ARAN in work 7.1. INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS Viageos is capable to provide several service options to meet data collection needs of various clients Data collection VIAGEOS can collect all important information about road and infrastructure. This includes the majority of field information required by various PMSs and graphical information systems. After the quality assurance process, it is possible to provide just the raw data to feed into client s existing GIS, databases and management systems or process it further and provide the client with a comprehensive analysis. 24

450 Comprehensive analysis Experienced staff of VIAGEOS professionals can process the data and provide a comprehensive set of colored maps, graphs and tables. This will give a clear understanding of the condition of road infrastructure, such as: ride, rutting, distress surface friction and bearing capacity. Reports can be tailored to the client s specific requirements. Different types of indices and summaries for network level sections or finer details for project level engineering are available. GPS data can be collected and used to generate planning diagrams or imported into GIS to generate maps in national coordinates systems and insert attribute data into individual records. Sign inventory or inventories of other features created from ROW videologs can be delivered in various formats for input into databases or multimedia systems Project level services VIAGEOS can perform complete project level engineering surveys, including deflection testing, core bores, transverse profile and even calculate the mill/shim quantities of asphalt needed to fill ruts and restore cross fall Pavement management system All above-mentioned parameters could be source for HDM-4 or VIAGEOS developed PUMA RW PMS, which by running the expert procedure gives the answer how pavement of roads should be repaired. It means what type of technology should be used, calculates the areas and costs of the rehabilitation on whole road network. In the case of very bad condition of the pavement, presents by heavy failure, combination of deep ruts or roughness with some failure, the PMS could not give the proper treatment technology, but can chose that section for additional bearing capacity measurement by Falling Weight Deflectometer to evaluate residual life and specify exact thickness of strengthening. Final evaluation (budget planning procedure) made by top modulus of HDM4 or PUMA RW PMS gives Plan of Repairs-list of sections in most critical conditions containing the detailed technology, area and position for each repair. 25

451 Appendix O ROMDAS MEASURING SYSTEM - training material -

452 CONTENT 1. General Components of the system Work process Calibration of system components Calibration of odometer Calibration of roughness Calibration of ultrasound beam Planning and performing measurement Measurement Measurement results Data processing...12 i

453 1. GENERAL ROMDAS (Road Measurement Data Acquisition System) is a system of measuring devices and equipment (Figure 1.1), installed in vehicle, which serves for measuring and collecting information on road condition, traffic-technical equipment of the road and traffic. System can be used on level of network or part of network, for requirements of general analysis and planning and programming of activities, and also on level of section, for detailed survey of data on individual sections on level of making design documentation. All devices in mentioned system are connected through central processor ROMDAS 9000 with central unit. Central unit represents computer with installed program ROMDAS for Windows v. 2.16, which enables processing and storage of data obtained from measuring devices. Program ROMDAS for Windows, which coordinates work of measuring devices and it's used during processing and recording of data, is being developed and keeps track of changes and improvement of measuring technologies and measuring devices. Figure 1.1. ROMDAS 2000 system 2. COMPONENTS OF THE SYSTEM Components of measuring system ROMDAS 9000 are presented as scheme on Figure 2.1. System includes the following components: - Two bump integrators on back axle of vehicle for measuring longitudinal roughness of the road. Measuring results are processed with the purpose of obtaining IRI (International Roughness Index) in afore defined intervals, usually from 100 m (Figure 2.2); - Ultrasound beam TPL (Transverse Profile Logger), with 30 ultrasound sensors, on front part of the vehicle for measuring transversal pavement roughness (Figure 2.3). Distance of the beam from road surface is measured with ultrasound sensors in 30 points. Processing measuring results, with numeric methods, values of depth of left 1

454 and right wheel path on every 10 m are obtained. Cross fall of the road is obtained processing data from ultrasound beam in combination with gyroscope: Figure 2.1. Components of ROMDAS 9000 system Figure 2.2. Bump integrator 2

455 Figure 2.3. Ultrasound beam - Two digital video cameras on the front part of the vehicle and vehicle roof for recording pavement distress, condition of traffic and technical equipment and drainage system, as well as other facilities on the road and right-of-way. One camera records the road in direction of moving of vehicles (recording backward). The records, e.g. frames of both cameras are related to chainage marks, thus, in subsequent review at office, the reviews of both records may be made at the same time, with possibility of keeping different records and analysis; - Odometer for distance measurement is used for accurate measure distance. This device provides accurate surveying in all conditions of traffic performance. Survey speed ranges from 30 to 100 km/h; - GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver TOPCON for survey of coordinates and levels of road axis, i.e. vehicle path during survey. In moments when GPS signal is poor, coordinates are determined by interpolation using data from gyroscope and odometer. GPS accuracy, including the correction using fixed GPS and the processing in post process, amounts to below 1,0 m; - Gyroscope KVH Autogyro Fiber Optic Gyro (FOG) for correction of GPS data in case of bad signal; - Central computer with installed program ROMDAS for Windows, HP Compaq Pentium 4, for storage and processing of all results from ROMDAS measuring; - Two computers for registration of video recordings, HP Compaq Pentium 4, for storage and processing of data, i.e. recordings from two video digital cameras; - Keyboards for counting (event recording) including 20 and 58 buttons used for counting distresses and events and/or facilities on road. It is possible to record two types of events, continuing and dotted. Depending on the type and needs of recording, these keyboards count pavement distress, traffic load, traffic and technical equipment, as well as other facilities on the road or right-of-way; - ROMDAS Hardware Interface and additional equipment for integration of surveyed data and their transfer to central computer with installed program ROMDAS for Windows, Pentium 4. System ROMDAS 9000 is served by 3 operators. 3

456 3. WORK PROCESS Work with ROMDAS system is divided into three steps: calibration of system components; planning and performing measurement; data processing CALIBRATION OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS Periodic calibration is done for the following devices: - odometer for measuring distances; - bump integrators for measuring longitudinal roughness; - ultrasound beam for measuring transversal road roughness Calibration of odometer Calibration of odometer consists of the following steps: - section long 300 m is measured with band; - length of the same section is measured with ROMDAS system in 5 passages; - result of calibration is relation pulse/km as medium value Calibration of roughness Calibration of device for registration of longitudinal roughness consists of the following steps: - identification of test sections which cover complete span of roughness which should be measured with ROMDAS with their roughness characteristics; - measuring of roughness with reference profilometer on test sections (Z-250 Reference Profiler type Dipstick); - calculation of longitudinal roughness (IRI) using data from reference profilometer (program Road Rough-UMTRI); - passage with vehicle of every test section 5 times for each speed (30-90 km/h) of measurement, with determining mathematic relation between signal measured with bump integrator (raw counts) and values of IRI for every measured test section and for every speed Calibration of ultrasound beam Calibration of ultrasound beam includes: - static calibration of the beam and calculation of TPL distance factor; - control of sensor numeration; - leveling relative sensor heights PLANNING AND PERFORMING MEASUREMENT Information on the name, location and length of section of the road, or road network, which is the subject of survey, as well as the type of measurement which should be performed, represent the base for measurement. Based on aforementioned information, logistic base for measurement is made. Logistic base is made by ROMDAS system operator and it consists of itinerary, determining reference points, sketches of 4

457 characteristic places on the road, collection of maps required for easier orientation and determining section or sections which are surveyed. Measurements done with ROMDAS system are following: - survey of location of reference points on the road (location referencing); - measurement of roughness using two bump integrators at the back axle (roughness surveys); - measurement of depth of rutting and deformations of transverse profile using ultrasound beam with 30 sensors on the front part of vehicle (transverse profile surveys); - survey of pavement surface distress and condition of traffic and technical equipment, using keyboards for counting (keyboard rating surveys); - registration of events and facilities on the road and right-of-way, using keyboards for counting (keyboard rating surveys); - video recording of the road and right-of-way with direct digitalization, using digital video cameras (video surveys); - counting traffic in motion and defining number of vehicles in the flow and composition of the flow, using keyboard for counting (keyboard rating surveys); - measurement of travel time and congestion (travel time and congestion surveys); - measurement and locating road centerline and facilities on the road using GPS (centerline surveys) Measurement For every operation and measurement with ROMDAS system there are detailed procedures, in specific case according to standard SRPS ISO 9000:2006, as well as forms according to which they are performed. The following pictures (Figures 3.1, 3.2. and 3.3) show general procedure of performing measurement with ROMDAS system, in chronological order. Procedure for work with the camera which performs recording backwards is especially singled out, as well as improvement of basic ROMDAS system which works only with front camera. 5

458 Figure 3.1. Manual for work with ROMDAS system, part 1 6

459 Figure 3.2. Manual for work with ROMDAS system, part 2 7

460 Figure 3.3. Manual for work with ROMDAS system, part 3 8

461 Measurement results All data obtained in digital form as results of measuring with ROMDAS system are registered in form which is suitable for further processing and use within different researches, as well as during making of design documentation, and it's possible to use all data for any structure of road data base. Measuring results are processed with program ROMDAS for Windows, and registered in form which is adequate for Microsoft Access files (.mdb), with table preview of all measurements. Several examples of data registered with ROMDAS system are presented in Tables , and Figures Table 3.1. Description of registered GPS data Function: contains GPS data Location: Survey Data\Data Name of the file: Survey File.mdb Name of the table: GPS_processed_ Survey ID Figure 3.4. Example of table format for GPS data 9

462 Table 3.2. Description of registered data on longitudinal roughness Function: Location: Name of the file: Name of the table: contains data on longitudinal roughness Survey Data\Data Survey File.mdb Roughness_processed_ Survey ID Figure 3.4. Example of table format for data on longitudinal roughness 1

463 Table 3.3. Description of registered data on rutting Function: Location: Name of the file: Name of the table: contains data on rutting Survey Data\Data Survey File.mdb TPL_processed_ Survey ID Figure 3.4. Example of table format for data on rutting 1

464 3.3. DATA PROCESSING Analysis of data, which are obtained as results of survey, measurement and initial processing using program ROMDAS for Windows, can be done using following programs, depending on purpose and type of processes project: 1. ROMWin (Romdas for Windows), DCL-Data Collection Ltd, New Zealand; 2. Romdas RMS (Romdas Road Management System), DCL-Data Collection Ltd, New Zealand; 3. Romdas Z250 Reference Profiler, DCL-Data Collection Ltd, New Zealand; 4. Romdas Video Play, DCL-Data Collection Ltd, New Zealand; 5. HIMS (HDM-4 Information Management System), DCL-Data Collection Ltd, New Zealand; 6. ROMDAS Profile Viewer, DCL-Data Collection Ltd, New Zealand; 7. UMTRI Road Rough-Software for analyzing road profiles, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute; 8. DATA Transformer, Road center of Vojvodina a.d. Novi Sad, Beside licensed commercial programs, programs and routines which solve specific requirements of certain projects can be developed for data analysis and processing. Within ROMDAS system, owned by Road center of Vojvodina, improved version of program was realized, which was produced for Microsoft Windows operating system, named ROMWin (ROMDAS for Windows Software v ). Advantages of this improved program and system of data collecting and processing, are numerous and they reside mostly in speed and quality of survey and data storage, as well as in their easier processing. Overall work, from data collection, their processing, to their use with this program, is performed under the same operating system (Microsoft Windows). Form of surveyed data is such that they are processed in a very simple way in all programs (Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, HIMS, HCM, HDM-IV, etc) made for Microsoft Windows platform. Program improvements for process of surveyed data related to longitudinal and transversal roughness (Data Transformer) are also important. This program, based on measured values of longitudinal and transversal roughness, using method of final differences according to guidelines of AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures, enables homogeneous sectioning and estimate of statistic parameters on homogeneous sections. One of the last steps on improvement of work with GPS data of ROMDAS system is making the program, e.g. routine for AutoCAD Land Development Desktop program in order to enable automatic reconnaissance of elements of horizontal and vertical alignment geometry. 1

465 Appendix P ESTABLISHING PAVEMENT STRUCTURE WITH GEORADAR - training material -

466 CONTENT 1. General Components and characteristics of device Work process Data processing Field of use of GPR device...3 i

467 1. GENERAL Cintinual undestructive pavement structure survey is done with georadar GPR-Ground Penetrating Radar RAMAC/GPR CUII (antenna with power of 250, 500 and 800 MHz), manufactured by MalaGeoscience from Sweden. Device is placed on specially constructed trailer (Figure 1.1) which is connected to vehicle to enable higher mobility of device itself, higher speed and therefore larger scope of continual survey. The same device can also be used without the vehicle when trailer is dragged manually on pavement surface. It is possible, due to continual survey of pavement structure, to collect determined number of information with this device on road conditions for requirements of general or detailed analysis and designs, systematic control of condition or control road researches, etc. Figure 1.1. Georadar with trailer 2. COMPONENTS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF DEVICE Basic components of device are: - control unit (RAMAC/GPR Control Unit CUII) with module unit (RAMAC/GPR Multi Channel Unit) i - antenna (Ramac/GPR shielded antenna). Figures present mentioned elements of the system. Figure 2.1. Control unit with four channel module 1

468 Figure MHZ Ramac antenna (250 MHZ shielded Ramac antenna) Figure MHZ Ramac antenna (500 MHZ shielded Ramac antenna) Figure MHZ Ramac antenna (800 MHZ shielded Ramac antenna) Control unith, togehter with multichannel module, enables simple and fast reception and transfer of data. Together with antenna, device represents unique system which enables continual survey of different resolution degree, from medium to very good, which is conditioned with power of antenna. In that sense, presented antennas are suitable for different surveys in urban and open areas, during identification of cracks and for detailed surveys of road base and concrete structures. Survey speed with device mounted on trailer of the vehicle is up to 20 km/h. Depending on purpose of survey, device itself can be adapted to control the depth of survey, as well as the density of surveyed profiles. 3. WORK PROCESS Before proceeding with survey process, it is necessary to perform basic operations of preparation and device calibration: - preparation of device-as it was mentioned before, depending on purpose of survey, preparation and adjustment of device is done, regarding selection of antenna, according to wanted degre of resolution of recording and depth of survey; - calibration of device-for each road direction, as well as for each important change of pavement structure, calibration of GPR device is done with results obtained by destructive methods of establishing pavement structure (trial pits, drill holes or kern). Work of device, e.g. identification of individual pavement layers is based on principle of pulse echo technique. Radio waves, which are emmited from mobile antenna, penetrate 2

469 through pavement. On the border of different materials, echo is created, e.g. reverse radio waves. Power of reverse waves, as well as their time of passing through pavement, can be used for calculating the thickness of pavement layers and other characteristics. Result of survey process is graphic preview of pavement structure (Figure 3.1) which is possible to graphically process further on and interpret with calibration factors. Factor of training and practice of staff with given equipment is very important for accuracy of interpreted data. Figure 3.1. Example of registered data and interpretation 4. DATA PROCESSING Data obtained by survey are digitally prcessed with specially created computer programs: - GroundVision, MalaGeoscience, Sweden; - Reflexw, Sandmeier scientific software, Germany. 5. FIELD OF USE OF GPR DEVICE With data obtained in continual survey with GPR georadar, identification of following features and characteristics of materials can be done: - thickness of pavement layers; - reconnaissance of materials in pavement layers; - rough recognition of type of material and soil humidity in unbounded layers, subgrade and road bed; - detection of deep discontinuity; - recognition of condition of inter-layer contacts. Obtained results get their application in the following: - analysis and evaluation of pavement condition in road reconstruction and rehabilitation designs; - evaluation of zero pavement condition and survey for requirements of control researches during construction of roads; - sistematic monitoring of pavement conditions on roads and airports in period of exploitation of these structures for the needs of forming lacking and/or updating existing data in corresponding information systems (databases); 3

470 - assessment of condition, e.g. degree of pavement distress after the period of frosting/defrosting; - expert analysis of internal pavement condition in special reviews; - assessment of condition of concrete pavements, especially in the case when they are reinforced with asphalt overlay, and therefore visual review of condition is disabled; - survey of locations of underground installations and structures; - all types of surveys for needs of making geologic profiles and maps. Research of pavement structure with georadar proved to be very useful in combination with survey of pavement deflections, e.g. during processing of data on pavement deflections. Knowing the thickness of individual pavement layers during back deflection analysis accuracy of assessment of pavement structure elastic modulus is considerably increased. 4

471 Appendix Q FWD - Falling Weight Deflectometer - training material -

472 CONTENT 1. General Devices for deflection measurement Principle of work of device Basic parts of the system Deflection determining Preparation works Deflection measurement Registered data Data processing...6 i

473 1. GENERAL In road engineering term deflection represents deflection (subsidence) of pavement surface under determined load. It is common to express deflection in mills of milimeter (1/1000 mm) or in milimeters. Purpose of measuring deflection of pavement structure surface is determining condition and available durability of pavement structure. Measuring of deflection of pavement structure surface enables: - observation of condition of existing pavement structures within road management; - determining the real condition of existing pavement structures; - determining appropriate overlays of existing pavement structures for design (plan) period; - determining compatibility and uniformity of performed works, if it is a case of new construction. There are four basic techniques for determining pavement structure deflections, and they are: static, dynamic, impact and seismic. Dynamic and impact techniques have a number of advantages compared to static and seismic, and the following advantages can be pointed out: - higher sensitivity and accuracy; - simultaneous measurement of deflections in several points; - faster performance of experiments, therefore, dynamic and impact devices for deflection measurement are most often used in regular research of bearing capacity of pavement structure. 2. DEVICES FOR DEFLECTION MEASUREMENT Prevalent devices in the past were static devices, like: Benkelman's beam and deflectometer Lacroix. Today, most commonly used devices are dynamic, Falling Weight Deflectometers (FWD). FWDs can be divided into three groups: - light (LWD-Light Weight Deflectometers); - heavy (HWD-Heavy Weight Deflectometers); - traditional FWD. LWD are portable devices of small weight (usually up to kg) and they are designed primarily to control the quality of subgrade and materials placed into pavement structure (tampon, recycled asphalt, etc) during construction period. HWD are primarily used for surfaces with very heavy traffic volumes, such as airport runway, taxiways, etc. HWD are similar to FWD devices, but they simulate higher loads. Depending on manufacturer, loads up to 300 kn can be applied. If it is not specifically pointed out, it is common that the term FWD refers to traditional FWD. FWD simulate loads, depending on manufacturer, up to 150 kn. Only few companies in the world manufacture FWD, and they are: Dynatest (Denmark), KUAB (Sweden), Carl Bro (Denmark), JILS (USA) and Komatsu (Japan). 1

474 For practical reasons, to enable simple transportation, FWD is installed on trailer (Figure 1.1) or it is incorporated into vehicle (Figure 1.2). Figure 1.1. FWD on trailer Figure 1.2. FWD incorporated into vehicle 2.1. PRINCIPLE OF WORK OF DEVICE FWD works on principle of simulation of load which effects the ground and measurement of deflections which are cosequence of that load. Figure 2.1. shows basic principle of work of FWD. Figure 2.1. Basic principle of work of FWD FWD devices, with load M, previously hydraulically elevated to adequate falling height h, provoque a force which is transfered to pavement structure through system of rubber springs of determined stiffness k. Pavement structure deflects under the influence of that force (very similar as under the load of wheels of vehicle), making deflection basin, 2

475 which is registered by the device through deflectometer. Deflection measurement method is based on a fact that bearing capacity of pavement structure is in reverse ratio to the size of measured deflection on investigated spot. Detailed explanation of basic parts of the systems and devices, deflection determining, acquired results and their processing are given for Dynatest 8002 FWD system, which is installed on a trailer BASIC PARTS OF THE SYSTEM Dynatest's FWD test system consists of five main components: 1. Dynatest 8002 FWD with trailer; 2. Dynatest Compact 15 control system (located on trailer); 3. Remote control box (located in tractor unit); 4. Compatible computers (laptop, notebook) with Windows operating system (connected to Remote control box in towing vehicle); 5. FwdWin program which enables registration and collection of data. 3. DEFLECTION DETERMINING Work with FWD can be divided into three steps: - preparation works; - deflection measuring; - processing of acquired data PREPARATION WORKS Preparation works refer to system calibration and planning of execution. FWD deflectometer calibration is done periodically. Absolute calibration of sensors and general service of complete system is performed once a year by the authorized Dynatest team of experts, while relative calibration of sensors is done every four months, depending on the number of performed experiments (it is necessary to perform relative calibration on every measurings). Also, before leaving the base, especially after a longer period of innactivity, it is necessary to check: level of oil in hydraulic system, whether the loading plate can turn loosely, level of acid in accumulators and preasure in tires. During preparation works, beside defining location and length of road section or sections where measurement will be performed, scope of measurement should also be defined. Distance between individual measuring points should be determined in relation to measurement purpose. Mentioned distance, for needs of making rehabilitation and reconstruction designs is maximum 100 m (recommended 50 m). If it is the case of homogeneous sections in relation to pavement surface condition, for study researches and pavement management, it is possible to perform increase of distance between measuring points, provided that there should not be less than two measuring points per kilometer DEFLECTION MEASUREMENT Deflection measurement with Dynatest 8002 FWD system is performed according to following steps, without going into details of each of stated steps: 1. connecting FWD trailer and tractor unit; 3

476 2. check of device work before going to measuring point; 3. transfer of FWD in transport locks condition and placing the safety pin; 4. transport to measuring point; 5. turning on the computer; 6. turning on Compact 15 control system; 7. running FwdWin program and adjustment of parameters and/or loading of already existing parameters; 8. unlocking FWD from transport locks condition and removing safety pin; 9. placing plate and geophone on the pavement surface and checking the support; 10. load simulation and deflection registration; 11. lifting the slab and geophone; 12. transfer of FWD in transport locks condition and placing the safety pin; 13. turning off Compact 15 control system; 14. turning off the computer; 15. leaving the measuring point. If during the moving of FWD system between two measuring points we only repeat the steps 11, 9. and 10. system broadcasts specific warning sound (parking alarm). During the ride it is forbidden to turn on, off or reset the computer. Deflection measurement is based on dynamic load of circular slab, with diameter of 300 mm (or 450 mm for unbounded materials) with falling weight. Contact pressure is realized through circular plate. Changing load mass and fall height, force from 7 kn to 120 kn can be obtained. Load is elevated hydraulically and released with electronic signal, where duration of load is approximately 0,025-0,03 s. Deflection of pavement structure is registered with seven geophones. The first geophone is in the center of circular plate, and the others are on the bar and their arrangement can be changed depending on the type of measurement (e.g. geophones placed on distances of 0, 300, 600, 900, 1200, 1500 and 1800 mm from the center of circular plate, standard geophone arrangement). Geophone arrangement depends on pavement structure condition. Three end geophones must be placed on bigger distance from equivalent pavement structure thickness. Number of geophones can be enlarged up to nine pieces. Basic parts of FWD are presented on Figure 3.1. Figure 3.1. Basic parts of FWD 4

477 Each individual deflection measurement is registered with computer program (FwdWin), recording the following data: - measuring point (road mark, chainage, traffic lane location); - date and duration of measurement; - pavement structure; - temperature of asphalt wearing course; - used measuring equipment; - type and characteristics of load; - relevant (maximum) load; - relevant deflection values. Before beginning of measuring, it is necessary to remove all dirt and objects from pavement surface (sand, mud, etc) to enable good positioning of circular plate and geophone on pavement surface. Since deflection measurement is often done "under traffic" and usually lasts a couple of minutes on one measuring point, it is necessary to take all the measures to provide safety of device operator and other participants in traffic. Measurement of pavement deflection should be done on outer wheel path which is normally the most loaded one. It is common to perform three measurements on one measuring point, and take the third measurement as elevant one. 4. REGISTERED DATA Deflection measurement results are stored into notebook computer which is connected to FWD. Data are registered in.mdb files format (MS Access). Several examples of those data are shown in Tables 4.1. and 4.2, i.e. Figures 4.1. and 4.2. Table 4.1. Description of registered chainage data Function: Location: File name: Table name: contains chainage data C:\Program Files\FWDwin\ Survey File.mdb Stations Figure 4.1. Example of table with chainage data 5

478 Table 4.2. Descri ption of registered deflection data Function: contains data from sensors Location: C:\Program Files\FWDwin\ File name: Survey File.mdb Table name: Drops Figure 4.2. Example of table with deflection data Based on results obtained by measurement of pavement deflection with FWD, it is possible to determine the following: - relevant deflection d md (deflection which occurs at loading the plate which is equal to load made by wheels of 50 kn); - dynamic modules of elasticity of materials of pavement layers; - remaining life of pavement and thickness of new pavement, if reinforcement is necessary. 5. DATA PROCESSING Division of analyzed section into homogeneous sections is usually done by method of finite differences. Average deflection value, standard deviation and characteristic 85 % value are established for each homogeneous section. Dividing into homogeneous sections it is possible to analyze each section independently. It is recomended that the length of homogeneous sections is at least 200 m on road ouside settlements, e.g. 100 m within a settlement. 6

479 FWD system manufacturer, Dynatest, has developed its own computer program ELMOD (Evaluation of Layer Moduli and Overlay Design) which enables division into sections by method of finite differences, determination of modules of elasticity of pavement structure layers, remaining life of pavement structure and necessary thickness of overlay. Figure 5.1. shows start page of ELMOD program. Figure 5.1. Start page of ELMOD program For the purpose of determining dynamic module of elasticity of materials in pavement layers, which indirectly characterizes pavement structure condition, it is required to define the structure of pavement. Estimate of thicknesses of equivalent layers in ELMOD program is based on Odemark's half-space theory. Following additional inputs are required: - deflections; - temperature; - plate load (kn/m 2 ); - diameter of circular plate (standard diameter is 300 mm); - number of pavement layers (maximum 4); - thickness of individual layers (h 6 cm); - Poisson's coefficient of placed materials; - distance between deflection measurement devices-geophones. Figure 5.2. shows the result of estimate of modules of elasticity of pavement layers in ELMOD program. Figure 5.2. Review of estimated elasticity modules in ELMOD program 7

480 ELMOD program also enables calculation of remaining life of pavement construction for forecasted traffic volume (Figure 5.3), i.e. number of passages of standard axle load of 82 kn, as well as determining the need for placing new pavement or reinforcement. Figure 5.3. Remaining life of individual pavement construction layers Figure 5.4. shows the scheme of steps during the work in ELMOD program Figure 5.4. Scheme of work in ELMOD program Beside mentioned program ELMOD 5, it's also possible to use other computer programs for work with deflections and on evaluation of stuctural pavement characteristics, such as: - EVERSERS, EVERSTRESS i EVERCALC, Washington State Department of Transportation; - BAKFAA, LEDFAA i COMFAA, Airport Pavement Design based on LET, Federal Aviation Administration; - BISAR 3.0, Bitumen Stress Analysis in Roads, Shell International Oil Products BV; - BANDS 2.0-Bitumen Analysis Software, Shell International Oil Products BV 8

481 - SPDM 3.0, Shell Pavement Design Manual, Shell International Oil Products BV; - PAVERS, Pavement Evaluating and Reporting Strength Design and Assessment Software, Netherlands; - DARWin 3.1, Pavement Design and Analysis System, AASHTO American Association of State Highways and Transportation Officials, USA; - ECOROUT (ECOWin, Solad), Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussees, France; - PRADOWIN 1.0, Program for Road Asphalt and Optimization, BRRC, Belgium. 9

482 Appendix R DCP - Dynamic Cone Penetrometer - training material -

483 CONTENT 1. General Measuring equipment Work process Selection of measuring points Measurement Reporting on measurement Data processing Field of use of DCP device...3 i

484 1. GENERAL Quality and condition of road pavement construction are very important parameters from various aspects (planning of maintenance and investment in corresponding activities of road rehabilitation, etc), and everything with purpose of prolonging life of pavement construction and road itself, e.g. providing adequate conditions for safe and confortable driving on the road. Systematic and methodical collection of data on condition of road network sections is done with that purpose, both for requirements of project analysis and for requirements of studies and layout designs. There are various methods of collection of relevant data on condition of road sections, e.g. condition of pavement of road sections, which provide more or less detailed data for application in corresponding analysis. In that sense, speaking of condition and nature of pavement construction and some of its layers, undestructive, as well as destructive measuring methods are applied. For determining individual characteristics of pavement structure layers made of unbounded materials, including subgrade, it is common to use a test with dynamic cone penetrometer (DCP) which enables to obtain data on thickness of mentioned layers, as well as their structural characteristics (CBR) in an easy and relatively fast way. It is possible to translate obtained measurement data into data on thickness and bearing capacity of layers, e.g. bearing capacity of subgrade with adequate correlations (TRL, AASHTO), than obtain structural coefficients of layer replacement (a i ) and finally structural number (SN). 2. MEASURING EQUIPMENT Equipment for measuring the depth of penetration of cone penetrometer through the pavement structure layers made of unbounded materials consists of the following components: 1. handle; 2. weight (8 kg); 3. axis for weight movement; 4. anvil; 5. shield; 6. standard axis; 7. ruler; 8. cone (α=60º). DCP device is shown on Figure

485 Figure 2.1. DCP device WORK PROCESS Work with DCP device cosists of several steps: 1. selection of measuring points; 2. measurement; 3. reporting on measurement; 4. data processing SELECTION OF MEASURING POINTS Selection of characteristic (representative) points on pavement for measurement is, in this case, often related to selection of points for performing other tests as well (kern, trial pits, FWD, etc). Depending on type of research (wether it's about constructed road sections or research of soil characteristics), it is necessary to provide access to layers of unbouded materials (on which the test is being done), which is acomplished in one of the following ways: kern, trial pits, clearing the surface layer of soil from topsoil and vegetation, etc MEASUREMENT Measurement consists of the following: axle of device is held in vertical position while the weight is manually elevated to upper stop bead and released to fall down the vertical axle, which enables its impact on anvil and transfer of vertical force to the cone which, due to that, penetrates the groung, e.g. material which is being examined. Size of vertical penetration of the cone through material can be red on side ruler of device, like difference of penetration of two successive impacts. Process of releasing 2

486 the weight and measurement of vertical cone penetration is repeated several times, which depends on characteristics of material which is being examined. In some cases there is a condition that vertical cone penetration should be ~ 10 mm which requires determined number of impacts or, more often, number of impacts is preset (5-10) and vertical cone penetration which is acquired after defined number of impacts is registered. It is necessary to take care that in case of certain ubounded materials, which have weaker structure, determined number of impacts should be corrected in relation to aforementioned in order to get reliable measuring results, and it is often 1-2 impacts REPORTING ON MEASUREMENT Reporting on measurement with DCP device is conditioned with purpose of research, with obligation to contain the following data: - location of measring point (name of the road, mark of the section, chainage); - position in cross section of pavement; - date of measurement and time of day; - table with values of depth of cone penetration through material of each measuring group, e.g. group of impacts in milimeters. Beside these data, measuring report can also contain the following data: - information on pavement structure layers (wearing and upper bearing course); - visual assessment of pavement construction condition; - all other information which are considered to be relevant for performed measurement and later data processing DATA PROCESSING Data obtained by measurement of depth of cone penetration through pavement construction layers are processed applying computer programs which were developed for respective use and are obtained with device (e.g. WinDCP), or specially developed, during use of device, with MS Excel. All the methods are based on graphic preview of measurement results (depth of cone penetration in function of number of impacts) and analysis of obtained resultant curve. Data analysis (curves) can be authomatic, with purpose of acquiring resultant parameters (thickness of layers, CBR and SN), or manual, which is preferable in some cases because, with overall view of graphic presentation of measured data and resultant curve, it is possible to get better insight in nature of pavement structure layers and enable better and more precise interpretation of results, and than obtaining more precise resultant parameters. 4. FIELD OF USE OF DCP DEVICE As it was stated before, data obtained with measurement with DCP device can provide, in relatively fast and efficient way, data on characteristics of pavement structure layers. It refers principally to: - thickness of layer(s); - characteristics of layer's bearing capacity (CBR), coefficient of layer replacement (a i ), structure number (SN); - general characteristics of material compactness/density in individual layers. 3

487 Measurement results are equally applied in detailed design analysis, as well in making of studies, condition evaluation, expert analysis, etc. Process of measurement with DCP device is often followed by one of destructive research methods of characteristic of pavement construction layers (kern, trial pits), because of the fact that this method includes layers of unbounded materials (satisfactory compactness which enables cone penetration), as well as because of providing access to these layers and obtaining other parameters which are established with given methods, and serve for more complete analysis of data obtained with measurement with DCP device. 4

488 Appendix S SRT - Skid Resistance Tester - training material -

489 CONTENT 1. General Measuring equipment Work procedure Preparation of instrument and pavement surface Preparation of instrument Preparation of pavement surface Arrangement of measuring locations Procedure and results of measurement Control of measurement Correction of measurement depending on pavement surface temperature Reporting on measurement Comments Yield values of srt according to measuring method with srt pendulum...4 i

490 1. GENERAL Quality of pavement surface is very important influential factor of safe traffic on roads. In that purpose, for needs of displaying index of pavement surface condition, skid resistance parameter of wearing pavement layer is used. According to definition, skid resistance represents a force which is created on pneumatic of blocked wheel of the vehicle which slides across pavement surface. Determining of this parameter is done completely in compliance with procedure presented in standards JUS U.C4.018 (1984) and JUS U.C4.019 (1990). Further text gives description of method of measuring with SRT pendulum, with purpose of determining skid resistance of wet pavement area. 2. MEASURING EQUIPMENT Measuring of skid resistance is done using SRT pendulum which determines the resistance of sliding between wet pavement area and rubber sliding plate assemblied at the end of pendulum slipper, which simulates pnemumatic wheel of the vehicle. Device itself (SRT pendulum) is shown on Figure 2.1. Figure 2.1. SRT pendulum Components of the measuring device, shown on the picture, are following: 1. pendulum handle, 2. scale pointer, 3. sliding head, 4. screws for levelling the base plate, 5. hand level for levelling the base plate, 11 1

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