Monday, 24 October 2022

Zagreb Traffic Special Regulation for International Crimea Platform Summit

October 24, 2022 - Today and tomorrow, the First Parliamentary Summit of the International Crimea Platform is taking place in Zagreb, for which the arrival and stay of a large number of presidents of parliaments and parliamentary assemblies and international organisations are expected in Zagreb and Velika Gorica. The local police are regulating Zagreb traffic.

As Index writes, the attendees will include the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the US Congress, Nancy Pelosi. The President of the Ukrainian Parliament, Ruslan Stefančuk, also arrived in Zagreb and met with the Speaker of the Croatian Parliament Gordan Jandroković on Saturday. Before the summit, at 8 pm, the Parliament organised a dinner for the delegations at the Westin Hotel. Before that, Jandroković held a series of bilateral meetings in parliament, including with Pelosi at 3 p.m.

The police announced that temporary traffic regulations will be established due to the implementation of special security measures. On this occasion, there may be an occasional short-term interruption of traffic with the presence of police officers.

A temporary ban on stopping and parking on Tuesday

In addition to the above, on Tuesday from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., a temporary ban on stopping and parking vehicles will be established in places marked with "stop - police (stop - policija)" tapes, about which the vehicle owners and tenants of the buildings in the mentioned locations have already been informed, as announced by the police.

The Zagreb Police calls on citizens, that is, all participants in road traffic, especially drivers of motor vehicles and pedestrians, for their understanding and patience during the establishment of temporary traffic regulations on the specified days.

Also, the Zagreb police call on citizens to consistently respect the instructions and orders of the policemen and the rules specified in the temporary regulation of traffic on certain roads. Traffic will be specially regulated from Zagreb Dr Franjo Tuđman Airport through Buzin, Novi Zagreb, Trnje and Centar to Gornje grad.

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Sunday, 23 October 2022

Traffic Problems Expected in Zagreb on Monday, Tuesday

October 23, 2022 - Zagreb is hosting the first meeting of the newly-established International Crimea Platform, and that meeting is expected to cause a lot of traffic problems in Croatia's capital.

The Croatian Parliament is hosting the First Parliamentary Summit of the International Crimea Platform in Zagreb this week. Among other dignitaries, Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the United States House of Representatives is expected to be in Zagreb during those two days. The Zagreb Police Department issued a statement regarding the traffic in the city, which will be significantly impacted because of the safety precautions.

On Monday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 25th, the First Parliamentary Summit of the International Crimea Platform will be held in Zagreb. That will bring a large number of parliamentary delegations from all over the world, as well as many international organizations to Zagreb and Velika Gorica.

Temporary traffic regulations will be established in that area due to the implementation of special security measures. Those regulations might also include occasional short-term interruptions of traffic, managed by the police officers. Additionally, on October 25th, from 6 AM to 10 PM, a temporary ban on parking will be established in the area of ​​the inner city of Zagreb, in locations marked with "Stop - policija" tape. The residents of those areas have already been informed of this.

The police urge the citizens, and especially the drivers and pedestrians to show understanding and patience during the temporary traffic regulations on the specified days. The citizens are also asked to consistently comply with the instructions of the police officers and comply with the rules specified in the temporary regulation of traffic on certain roads.

To help drivers and pedestrians navigate Zagreb in the next two days, the police have issued four maps showing where the biggest traffic problems and interruptions are to be expected. In all four maps, the roads marked with red are where the problems are to be expected, while those marked with blue are the proposed detours.

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Sunday, 24 June 2018

Zagreb is Choking

Monday, 12 February 2018

Traffic Chaos and Protests – Serbian President Visits Zagreb

If at all possible, try and avoid going to the city centre in Zagreb with your car today and tomorrow.

Friday, 5 January 2018

Finally, the Works on the Reconstruction of Most Slobode About to Start

After last year’s cosmetic work on the asphalt surface on the bridge the city has decided to work on the structural elements and railings of one of Zagreb’s busiest bridges.

Saturday, 28 October 2017

Special Traffic Regulation in Force This Weekend for All Saints Day

Due to the All Saints Day, from Saturday, October 28 until November 2, special regulation of traffic in Zagreb will be in effect.

Friday, 13 October 2017

Some Streets in Centre Closed for Traffic Due to Construction Works

Some streets in the centre of Zagreb will be closed for traffic due to the reconstruction of tram tracks.

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Traffic Chaos in Western Part of the City Until September 11

Works on a new traffic light system are causing traffic jams on Zagrebačka Avenue.

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Savska/Vodnikova Junction Opens to Traffic

The junction has been undergoing works since July.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Renovation Works on Zagreb Roads to End Soon

Traffic on Zagreb roads should go back to normal by the end of August.

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