Traffic forecast

Tuesday, May 5, 2020 2:54:00 AM

Border crossings with neighboring countries are subject to specific transport arrangements and tight controls. The number of open crossings changes from time to time. We expect that there will continue to be occasional setbacks and may also wait longer.

Expected construction works and road closures: We are issuing a warning to drivers, to drive carefully, around works becouse there may be occasional traffic congestion due to changed signalisation. On motorways, expressway and other roads construction works are being carried, so drive with reduced speed in the works area.

An overview of current construction works and other events on motorways and other state roads is available at the following link: www.promet.si.


Due to emergency situations (COVID-19) and measures to prevent the spread of infectious disease in Slovenia:

Until further notice there is no restriction on Sundays and public holidays for trucks with a maximum mass over 7,5 tonnes, more.

Control point at the Karavanke platform on the A2, more and Šentilj on the A1, more

For more informations in borders check map promet.si, some news drivers cane look in police website: policija.si/eng - Crossing the state border during the coronavirus epidemic.

An overview of current construction works and other events on motorways and other state roads is available at the following link: www.promet.si.

Prevention

Advice for improving the safety of motorcyclists, more.

For foreign tourists, more.  

Traffic information:
Before you set off, check the traffic information using:
- the website promet.si,
- the PIC operator on 1970 (the number is not free of charge) or the responder on 080 22 44 (free of charge),
- the mobile application DarsPromet+,
- social media (Twitter@promet_si and www.facebook.com/Vozimo.pametno),
- the traffic information on radio stations,
- Information for safe driving on roads in Slovenia.
 

However, if an unexpected accident occurs, tips and contacts - for foreign tourists - Police

More news about Republic of Slovenia – website GOV.SI.

Traffic Information Centre for Public Roads
The Slovenian Roads Agency and the Motorway Company in the Republic of Slovenia, d.d.

 

Source: Republic Slovenia - GOV.SI, Police, The Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency (STSA), Ministry of Infrastructure, TRAFFIC INFORMATION CENTRE

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