A4 motorway (Slovenia)
|From:||Slivnica (Maribor), Slovenia|
|To:||A2, Croatia at Gruškovje border crossing|
|Major cities:||Maribor, Ptuj|
The A4 motorway (Slovene: avtocesta A4, Podravska avtocesta) is a motorway in Slovenia, planned to be 33.7 km long, connecting Maribor and Gruškovje (at the Croatian border). It also connects the two principal cities of the Podravska region of Slovenia, Maribor and Ptuj. Construction began in 2007 and is scheduled to be completed in 2018.
The A4 consists of three sections:
- Slivnica (Maribor) – Draženci (Ptuj): opened on 16 July 2009.
- Section Draženci-Gruškovje develops along the existing highway, it is also planned reconstruction of parallel local roads now. Of this section shall be in 2011-2012 produced a project for a building permit and bought land in accordance with the adopted national spatial plan.
- In the future route of the highway was the spring of 2003 has built an international border crossing Gruškovje, which was a condition for the entry of Slovenia into the Schengen space in 2009 as well as a section of the future highway to the boundary with the Republic of Croatia, where it attaches to the Macelj Croatian motorway network. The border crossing area is adjacent to the border control, built a 2 overpass with deviation of the future regional road.
- "Bosnia's Euro Asfalt launches works on Drazenci-Gruskovje motorway in Slovenia - SeeNews - Business intelligence for Southeast Europe". seenews.com. Retrieved 2016-06-17.