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Due to fog the visibility is reduced in Lika mountain area and in Dalmatia – on the A1 motorway between Mala Kapela and Sveti Rok tunnels (speed limit of 80 km/h), Bisko and Karamatići junctions and on the A10 Čarapine-Ploče motorway.

During the day there can be difficulties in roadwork areas.

Today (2 December) 8am-4pm one lane is free only on the A7 motorway between Sveti Kuzam and Hreljin junctions in direction Krk, between Šmrika and Križišće junctions in direction Rijeka.

In Učka tunnel in Istria one lane is alternatly free every night till 6/7 December 9pm-6am.

On Rijeka detour road (A7) traffic is closed in the exit lane of Orehovica junction in direction Sušak.

You should drive with caution on the DC1 state road from Zaprešić towards Pojatno (near West Gate shopping centre) as one lane is free only.

Due to winter driving conditions there is a traffic ban on freight vehicles with a trailer and all other vehicles have to use the winter equipment on the following roads of Lika mountain area: DC42 at Poljanak, ŽC5169 Bjelopolje-Donji Lapac, at Ledenik and Konjsko.

Drivers are invited to keep distance, to adjust the speed to road conditions and to turn on the headlights during the day. Do not start the journey without the winter equipment! 15 November-15 April winter equipment is obligatory on the winter roads (with frequent winter driving conditions).
Due to roadworks traffic is regulated by traffic signals/one road lane is free only:
-on the A1 motorway at Sveti Rok junction in the exit lane from direction Zagreb towards Sveti Rok paytoll;
-on the A3 Bregana-Lipovac motorway between Okučani junction and Okučani paytoll, between Lužani and Slavonski Brod zapad junctions 196th-200th km;
-on the DC1 state road at Krapina.

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