March 20, 2021
- At the beginning of this week, extensive renovation works of the bus terminal (Zagreb electric tram) in Črnomerec district were completed. As part of the works, which began on October 1 last year, a total of 12.9 thousand square meters of pavements and sidewalks were arranged, existing canopies were removed and 14 new ones were installed (11 double and 3 single), and two sanitary containers were installed. Public lighting was modernized by implementing new LED technology and also older public lighting poles were replaced by new ones.
The terminal is also equipped with modern communal infrastructure. Two sets of underground and one set of above-ground waste containers have been installed, and green areas have been arranged with the installation of urban equipment.
Drinking water will be also provided by setting up two Victorian-Style wells.
The total value of all works is HRK 7,698,600. The project holder is the City Office for Local Self-Government and the City Council District Črnomerec, as well as the City Office for the Economy, Energy and Environmental Protection.
The contractors were the City Office for Physical Planning, City Construction, Construction, Utilities and Transport, the City Office for Local Self-Government, Water supply and Drainage Ltd. and subsidiaries of Zagreb Holding – Zagreb Roads, Čistoća (Waste management) and Zrinjevac.
Today, the terminal was visited by the Deputy Mayor, Ph.D. Jelena Pavičić Vukičević
with associates and member of the Management Board of Zagreb Holding, Marica Dusper
Zagreb Roads preformed construction works on renovation of 12,900 m2 of pavement structure, within which the existing curbs were replaced and a new stabilization of the asphalt surface was performed.
The Čistoća subsidiary performed works on the construction of the underground structure and installed two sets of underground and one set of above-ground waste containers
The Zrinjevac subsidiary preformed works on arranging green areas and installing urban equipment (staples).
The City Office for Physical Planning, City Construction, Construction, Utilities and Transport financed the removal of the old and the installation of 14 new canopies.