Traffic flow and road conditions for motorways, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s border crossings and Sarajevo on Monday, June 1.
Due to reconstruction of the bridge, two-way traffic will travel alternately in one lane on the Visoko-Kakanj section of A1 Highway.
Croatia has closed all border crossings with Bosnia and Herzegovina to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Entry to Croatia is allowed only for Croatian citizens, foreigners with permanent place of residence in Croatia, and truck drivers.
Brcko-Gunja border crossing is closed for trucks as well.
Border crossings between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bosanska Raca, Popovi, Sepak, Karakaj, Bratunac, Skelani, Vardiste, and Uvac - are open both for passenger and cargo traffic.
Due to reconstruction works, traffic is slowed down or temporarily suspended in Hakije Kulenovica, Betanija, Hamdije Cemerlica, Kolodvorska, Safeta Hadzica, Branilaca Sipa, Dobrosevicka, Joze Penave, Dzemala Bijedica, Fra Matije Divkovica, Ivana Cankara, Bare kod Stupa, Franca Lehara, Kranjceviceva, Bulevar Mese Selimovica (in Otoka District), Cobanija, Hamdije Kresevljakovica, Radenka Abazovica, Svetozara Corovica, Nahorevska, Brezanska, Amira Krupalije, Teocacka, Bardakcije, Glamocka, Breka, and Imamovica streets. Drivers are asked to adjust the driving speed and obey traffic signs.