Vehicle access to pedestrian zone

Pedestrian zone Knez Mihailova and Skadarska Street

The rising bollards are placed at the following locations:

  • The Republic Square – Francuska Street
  • The Republic Square – Kolarčeva Street
  • Topličin venac Street – Pop Lukina Street
  • Topličin venac Street – Čubrina Street
  • Obilićev venac Street – Carice Milice Street
  • The Students’ Square – Vuka Karadžića Street
  • Kralja Petra Street – Gračanička Street
  • Maršala Birjuzova Street – Kosmajski prolaz
  • Gračanička ulica Street – Rajićeva Street
  • Zmaj Jovina Street – Vase Čarapića Street
  • 1300 kaplara Street – The Students’ Square
  • Simina Street – Emilijana Josimovića Street

 

Only authorized vehicles are permitted to access the Pedestrian Zone 

  • Ambulance, Fire and Police Department emergency service vehicles for interventions in the Pedestrian Zone, 24 hours a day
  • Public utility vehicles with the maximum vehicle mass up to 3.5 tons, for emergency interventions in the Pedestrian Zone, 24 hours a day
  • Public utility vehicles with the maximum vehicle mass up to 3.5 tons, for communal services or maintenance works between 1:00 AM and 8:00 AM
  • Funeral service vehicles with the maximum vehicle mass up to 3.5 tons, in the Pedestrian Zone, 24 hours a day
  • Vehicles for deliveries, loading and unloading activities in the Pedestrian Zone with the maximum vehicle mass up to 3.5 tons, between 6:00 AM and 9:00 AM
  • Passenger vehicles access to the Pedestrian Zone (for the approach to the parking space or garage, allowed on legal basis: ownership, usage, lease agreement, etc., or transport for people with disabilities), 24 hours a day

Within pedestrian zones motor vehicles can drive at “walking pace” only and drivers are not allowed to endanger pedestrians. 

 

Secretariat for Transport Decision

Access to a pedestrian zone requires the permit issued by the Secretariat for Transport. An application for access permit must be submitted at the offices of the Secretariat, 27. Marta Street, No 43-45. More information on accessing pedestrian zone can be found at phone: 011 3309-724, every day from 07.30 AM to 03.30 PM or via e-mail:info.saobracaj@beograd.gov.rs.

Issuing a RFID TAG (vehicle-access permit)

Upon the approval of the Secretariat for Transport, the User may get the TAG at “Parking Servis“, which should be positioned correctly on windshield.

TAGS that allow vehicle access to the Pedestrian Zone, for public comunity companies’ vehicles are available at the garage “Obilićev venac“, while all the other Users may get them at Customer Service of “Parking Servis“.

Specially marked parking spaces

Outside the scheduled time for carrying out deliveries, the delivery is also possible from specially marked parking spaces designed for delivery purposes. To use these specially marked parking spaces it is necessary to conclude a contract with “Parking Servis”. Parking is charged on an hourly basis and paid upon invoice.

 

Document(s):

How to place TAG

How to use TAG

 

Pedestrian zone Zemun

The rising bollards are placed at the following locations:

  • Gospodska Street – Glavna Street
  • Lagumska Street – Gospodska Street
  • The Great Square – Zamaj Jovina Street
  • The Great Square – Fruškogorska Street
  • Gospodska Street – Kej oslobođenja Street
  • Gospodska Street – The Police Station
  • The Magister’s Square – Petra Zrinjskog Street

 

Only authorized vehicles are permitted to access the Pedestrian Zone

  • Ambulance, Fire and Police Department emergency service vehicles for interventions in the Pedestrian Zone, 24 hours a day
  • Public utility vehicles with the maximum vehicle mass up to 3.5 tons, for emergency interventions in the Pedestrian Zone, 24 hours a day
  • Public utility vehicles with the maximum vehicle mass up to 3.5 tons, for communal services or maintenance works
  • Funeral service vehicles with the maximum vehicle mass up to 3.5 tons, in the Pedestrian Zone, 24 hours a day
  • Passenger vehicles access to the Pedestrian Zone (for the approach to the parking space or garage, allowed on legal basis: ownership, usage, lease agreement, etc., or transport for people with disabilities), 24 hours a day

Secretariat for Transport Decision

Access to a pedestrian zone requires the permit issued by the Secretariat for Transport. An application for access permit must be submitted at the offices of the Secretariat, 27. Marta Street, No 43-45. More information on accessing pedestrian zone can be found at phone: 011 3309-724, every day from 07.30 AM to 03.30 PM or via e-mail: info.saobracaj@beograd.gov.rs.

Vehicle plate number recognition system

Upon the approval of the Secretariat for Transport, the User should visit “Parking Servis“, where vehicle data will be imported to system for vehicle plate number recognition (LPR).

After positive recognition, system activates rising bollards, providing free vehicle entry/exit.

 

Document(s):

How to enter or exit Zemun pedestrian zone