Traffic and road conditions

During the day, high traffic volume is expected on the main roads in the direction coast and interior. Traffic jams are expected near rest areas, junctions, tunnels and toll stations. Please be patient, drive carefully and keep the safety distance. A1 ZAGREB-SPLIT-PLOČE motorway: -traffic is dense between the Lučko toll station and the Skradin junction in both directions -there are occasional standstills between the Lučko and Bosiljevo II junctions in the direction coast and between the Skradin and Sveti Rok tunnel in the direction interior -there is a 2-km-long traffic jam at the Lučko toll station in the direction Zagreb A2 Zagreb-Macelj motorway: -there is a 6-km-long traffic jam at the Trakošćan toll station in the direction Slovenia, so Frukov Krč tunnel and the Krapina junction are occasionally being closed to traffic A3 Bregana-Lipovac motorway: -there is a 2-km-long traffic jam at the Bregana toll station in the direction Slovenia and a 500-m traffic jam at the Bajakovo border crossing in the direction Serbia -please drive carefully due to a traffic accident between the Kosnica junction and Sava bridge in the direction Lipovac A6 Rijeka-Zagreb motorway: -traffic is dense between the Kikovica and Bosiljevo II junctions in both directions -cars are moving in queues between the Vrbovsko and Ravna Gora junctions in the direction Rijeka -due to a traffic accident between Javorova kosa tunnel and the Ravna Gora junction, the roadway is reduced to one lane Motorways in Istria: -there are 9-km-long traffic jams at the Kaštel and Plovanija border crossings in the direction Slovenia Krk-bridge: -traffic is dense at Krk-bridge in both directions. There is a traffic jam in the direction mainland starting from Omišalj and a traffic jam in the direction island starting from Hreljin. DC8 Adriatic road: -occasional standstills are possible on the DC8 Adriatic road near Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Stobreč, Omiš, Makarska and Dubrovnik Rijeka A7 bypass: -there is a 1-km long traffic jam at the Matulji junction in the direction Istria/Opatia -traffic is dense between the Diračje and Orehovica junctions in both directions There is a traffic ban on freight vehicles with permissible maximum weight over 7.5 tonnes on some roads in Istria and in the coastal area including the DC8 Adriatic road, the DC9 state road (Metković-Opuzen), the DC21 state road (Kaštel-Kanfanar), the DC23 state road (Žuta Lokva-Senj): -August 17 from 4 a.m. to 2 p.m. -August 18 from noon to 11 p.m. There is no ban on the motorways and the DC1 state road. The summer traffic ban on freight vehicles with the permissible maximum weight over 7.5 tonnes are in force on some roads in the coastal area on Saturdays from 4 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Sundays from 12 noon to 11 p.m. More information: https://www.hak.hr/info/korisne-informacije/zabrane-za-teretna-vozila/. There are a lot of cyclists, moped riders and motorcyclists on the roads. We kindly ask drivers to drive carefully, keep to the speed limit and be considerate to other road users.

Border crossings

The Dvor and Vitaljina border crossings are open only to passenger and car traffic. At the Gunja border crossing there is a traffic ban on cars and freight vehicles. From May 5 there is a traffic ban on tourist busses at the Metković border crossing. Due to traffic bans on freight vehicles in Slovenia long delays should be expected in freight traffic at Bregana/Obrežje and Macelj/Gruškovje border crossings starting 1 June.

Ferry traffic

All ferries are running according to schedule. On Saturday, August 17, the catamaran on the line Split-Hvar-Milna-Vis will depart from Split at 7 p.m. instead of 6 p.m. From June 15 to September 15, a catamaran line will be operating between Rijeka, the Isles of Krk (Krk), Rab (Lopar) and Pag (Novalja) and Zadar. Departure from Rijeka: every day at 8.15. Return from Zadar: every day at 16.15. The catamaran in operation: Melita, total capacity: 180 passengers. https://gv-zadar.hr/brod/motorni-brod-melita/

Traffic restrictions for lorries

Traffic events on map
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Traffic map Traffic events on map
Traffic events are geolocated and can be seen on interactive map.
Clicking on image or url will open map with events in external browser:

Traffic map Traffic events on map
Traffic events are geolocated and can be seen on interactive map.
Clicking on image or url will open map with events in external browser:

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Useful telephone numbers

Roadside assistance service: + 385 1 987, +385 1 4693 700 Traffic conditions: +385 1 464 0800

Traffic forecast for tomorrow

TRAFFIC FORECAST (August 18, 2019) Fog is expected in the morning. During the day, dense traffic is expected on major roads in the direction coast and interior. Traffic congestion with short standstills is expected near rest areas, junctions, tunnels and toll stations. Dense traffic is expected during the day on the main roads in direction coast and interior. Driving in queues with standstills is possible on motorways near rest areas, junctions, tunnels and toll stations. Traffic volume will be increased at most border crossings, occassionally in both directions, so long wait times are possible . Due to an increased volume of vehicles in ferry ports, long wait times are possible. You can check the current road conditions online on www.hak.hr , in our app (Croatia Traffic Info) or at + 385 1 46 40 800; for roadside assistance call: + 385 1 987. Have a pleasant journey! TRAFFIC FORECAST FOR THE LONG WEEKEND (AUGUST 15-18, 2019) On August 15, the Assumption of Mary is celebrated across the whole country. Believers will go on a pilgrimage to Marian shrines in Sinj, Krasno, Trsat (Rijeka), Aljmaš and Marija Bistrica. On the access roads to Marian shrines, a large number of pilgrims are expected, so please drive carefully. Traffic jams in the direction interior are expected from August 16 to August 19 at the border crossings with Slovenia. Traffic jams in the direction coast are expected at the border crossings with Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegowina. Ferries should be running according to schedule, with new lines being introduced as needed. On August 17-18, dense traffic is expected on the main roads in direction interior, especially on the following roads: • A1 Zagreb-Split-Ploče motorway, • A2 Zagreb-Macelj motorway, • A7 Rijeka bypass, • A8/A9 motorways in Istria, • DC1 state road, • DC8 Adriatic road on Krk bridge ,• on the access roads to major tourist destinations in Istria and along the Adriatic coast. Traffic bans on freight vehicles with permissible maximum weight over 7.5 tonnes: -August 14
- 15:00 do 23:00 -August 15
- 14:00 do 23:00 -August 18
- 04:00 do 14:00 -August 19
- 12:00 do 23:00 The ban pertains to major state roads: DC8 (Adriatic coastal road), DC9 (Metković-Opuzen), DC21 (Kaštel-Kanfanar), DC66 (Pula-Labin-Opatija), DC23 (Žuta Lokva-Senj). There are no bans on the motorways and on the DC1 state road.