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This is how Zoran Djindjic inaugurated the first cycling track in Belgrade 23 years ago

The track starting at the sports center "25. Maj" ("May 25the") in Dorcol and ending on Ada Ciganlija, in the length of 7 kilometers, was officially opened on August 16

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Photo: Tanjug/Andrija Vukelic

On May 22, 1997, then Mayor of Belgrade Zoran Djindjic presented a plan to mark the first bicycle track in Belgrade.

The track starting at the sports center "25. Maj" ("May 25the") in Dorcol and ending on Ada Ciganlija, in the length of 7 kilometers, was officially opened on August 16 the same year, while the first ride was led by Mayor Djindjic, writes the page Kaldrma BGD.

At this moment, after almost a quarter century, there are 103 kilometers of cycling tracks in Belgrade, while another 7.7 kilometers are currently being built.

It has also been announced that the City of Belgrade, intent on adapting even more to cyclists, will initiate a change in the Law on Traffic Safety to introduce "bicycle streets" in the downtown area where cyclists will have advantage over other traffic.

(Telegraf.rs)

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