Postpone of the 13th ASECAP Road Safety Conference


Based on the D(2020)9886 Decision by the President of the European Parliament on measures concerning
COVID-19_09.03.2020, we regret to inform you that we have to postpone our Road Safety Conference.

We will keep you informed on the new date and we look forward to welcoming you in our event.

Thank you very much for your kind understanding!



Coronavirus: Important notice about upcoming ASECAP events

ASECAP plans to conduct all conferences as planned, the health and safety of our staff, members, and meeting attendees is our top priority. ASECAP is adhering to the guidance and recommended safety measures issued by the World Health Organization and all competent public authorities at EU level and National level. ASECAP will therefore apply all the procedures which will be implemented.

Information on the evolution of the situation will be posted on a regular basis with information received.




ASECAP Days 2020 on "The EU Green Deal:Toll Roads Actions, Commitments and Contribution"


48th ASECAP Days, 29 June - 1 July 2020, Brussels

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Newly-built sections of the eastern branch of the Corridor 10, from Prosek to Crvena Reka, were officially opened near the Bancarevo tunnel on Saturday, 9 November, 2019.

The opening of newly-constructed sections of the eastern branch of Corridor 10 for traffic, from Prosek to Crvena reka, has marked the completion of the construction of Corridor 10 through Serbia.

The section of the motorway Е-80 from Prosek to the border with the Republic of Bulgaria is 86.8 km long in total and consists of 87 bridges, 5 tunnels with modern equipment – “Bancarevo“, “Sopot“, “Sarlah“, “Pržojna padina“ and “Progon“, as well as 5 interchanges at junctions with multiple levels.

The completion of the eastern leg of Corridor 10 construction, using the shortest route, connects Western and Eastern Europe, Serbia and Bulgaria, and foremost two large Serbian counties – the Niš county and the Pirot county, where approximately 450,000 people live.

Contemporary traffic infrastructure also validates the geostrategic position of Serbia as a whole and opens a path to the markets of Southeast Europe and Asia. High-quality and efficient connection of the Republic of Serbia with its surroundings, the neighboring countries most of all, and its active participation in integration processes of the West Balkans, Southeastern Europe and the Danube region is an imperative.