The geographical position of Vidin Region in the utmost northwestern part of Bulgaria, its situation on two state boundaries – with the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Romania, and its border with the Danube River to the Southeast assigns it an important place in the national and European transport network. Transport system is represented by well-developed road network, water, and railway transport and has the potential to develop air transport. This makes the opportunities for development of intermodal transport and strengthening the region positions as transport and logistic center very good. Two transport Transeuropean corridors pass through the region - N: 4 - Dresden–Prague–Vienna/ Bratislava - Budapest-Craiova-Vidin-Montana –Vratsa-Sofia-Thessalonica/Istanbul and N: 7 - the Danube River (Reign–Ìein-Danube). The Vidin-Calafat Danube Bridge is of a key significance for the development of the Pan-European Transport Corridor 4 and for the entire South-East European Transport Axis and the Trans-European Transport network. It gives opportunities for combined transport and for transfering certain volumes of traffic from road to rail.
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Territory of the Eastern Serbia is interconnected and connected with other parts of Serbia by a network of roads of different grades. Road network of the Republic of Serbia that is 40,845 km long consists of the following:
- 5,525 km of state roads of the first grade
- 11,540 km of state roads of the second grade and
- 23,780 km of local roads

The Serbian road network consists of:
- 498 km of freeways with toll
- 136 km of motorways with toll
Referring to the whole road network two fifths of sections are macadam or clay roads. At the level of the entire road network, 2/5 of road sections have gravel and dirt pavements. In the Republic of Serbia 32 % of roads of the first and second grade are over 20 years old and only 14 % of roads are to 10 years old.

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