Traffic on important vacation routes to the coveted Croatian sea will be complicated throughout the day on Saturday (August 13). Problems with heavy traffic and long delays are reported at tourist centers, ferry ports and also at some border crossings, reports the Croatian Automobile Club (HAK). The busiest is the A1 highway in the section Zagreb – Split – Ploče. This route leads from the capital to the Adriatic coast, where a large number of tourists go. The longest column reached up to 17 kilometers. A somewhat shorter 14-kilometer column was formed between the Sveti Rok tunnel and the resort of Maslenica towards Dubrovnik. According to the latest information, which was updated by the Croatian Automobile Association after 3:00 p.m., the convoys formed practically along the entire route from Zagreb to Dubrovnik. Traffic jams are mainly between Zagreb and Zadar and Šibenik. But the situation is better between Šibenik and Dubrovnik. The drive from Omiš to Split takes at least three hours, writes the Croatian website index.hr. The same seems to be the case around the Makarska Riviera. Bad weather also complicates the traffic situation. For example, in Dalmatia, a storm hit in the afternoon. Heavy rain makes traffic jams even worse. In Croatia, they opened a long-awaited bridge that will facilitate the journey to the Adriatic. See the archive report.
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