Traffic flow and road conditions for motorways, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s border crossings and Sarajevo on Thursday, July 30
There are no problems with traffic flow on highways.
- All citizens of non-EU countries entering Croatia will have to undergo 14-day-long self-isolation. Period of self-isolation can be reduced to seven days if those from non-EU countries entering Croatia submit results of PCR test proving they were tested negative for COVID-19 less than 48 hours ago. This does not apply to persons in transit who can enter without restrictions.
- Serbia has opened all border crossings for citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina can enter Montenegro only with a negative PCR or ELISA test for Crovid-19 which is not older than 48 hours. Tests are not required for transit.
- Citizens of BiH can enter Slovenia but had to undergo a 14-day quarantine.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina has opened all border crossings for citizens of Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia.
- Brcko-Gunja border crossing is closed for trucks.
- Hum and Metaljka border crossings are temporarily closed due to COVID-19 pandemic.
- Deleusa border crossing is closed due to maintenance work.
- All citizens of the EU can enter BIH with a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours.
Due to reconstruction works, traffic is slowed down or temporarily suspended in Dzenetica cikma, Vrelo Bosne, Brijescanska, Emila Zole, Senada Poturka Sencija, Halilovici, Zaima Sarca, Hadzibesireva, Bardakcije, Bare kod Stupa, Ivana Cankara, Srdjana Aleksica, Branilaca Sipa, Dzemala Bijedica, Fra Matije Divkovica, Bulevar Mese Selimovica (near Otoka tram stop), Cobanija, Hamdije Kresevljakovica, Radenka Abazovica, Brezanska, Amira Krupalije, Hamida Besirevica, Gornja Breka, Franca Lehara, Patriotske lige, Stupska, Butmirska cesta, Petrakijina.