Transport infrastructure

Transport is an important element in the development and functioning of human society and has an extremely large impact on the population, production, exchange and consumption of goods and services.

The transport system consists of:

  • infrastructure (roads, railways, airports, ports (),
  • means of transport (road vehicles, railway vehicles, aircraft, ships,),
  • technology and
  • organization.


Transport is divided into land, air, water, pipeline, postal and telecommunications transport. Different forms of transport compete with each other in the transport market, and the integrated approach (intermodality) coordinates the advantages and possibilities of cooperation between different transport systems.

In Croatia, road transport is the most represented and most developed, and water transport, primarily maritime, has the greatest potential for development.

Transport projects on which our experts worked:

Projects we have worked on (or are working on), financed from EU funds, development banks and the state budget of the Republic of Croatia:

  • Peljesac Bridge with connecting roads (financing from EU funds);
  • Interstate bridge over the Sava River near Gradiška with a connecting road (financing from the budget of the Republic of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina);
  • Bridge mainland-island Ciovo (financing from EU funds);
  • Vodice Bypass (financing from EU funds);
  • Corridor Vc in BiH (WBIF funding);
  • Split Bypass, Solin-Plano section (EIB loan financing);
  • Reconstruction of the Adriatic oil pipeline system
  • Cable car to Učka Nature Park

Pelješki most sa spojnim cestama
Hrvatske ceste d.o.o.
August 2012 – March 2018

Žičara do Parka prirode „Učka“
Učka d.o.o.
September 2016. – present

Mediterranean Corridor (Vc)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH