Event Title

Geological-Technical Research on The Best Path Adoption For The Road Tetovo-Prizren

Session

Civil Engineering, Infrastructure and Environment

Description

Considering the enormous impact of the geology and geomorphology of the region, this particular path has been adopted after careful consideration of both financial and practical aspect. Based on existing data related to such characteristics, we present several potential paths and eventually deduced the best path for the new Tetovo- Prizren road.

These cities are heavily populated and lie at the foot of the mountain Sharr; one at the edge of river Shkumbin-Pena in the plain of Pollog, the other at the edge of river Bistrica in the plain of Prizren.

These habitats are at an altitude of around 450[m], meanwhile only 30 [km] from each-other in airline distance. They have in between high peaks such as the Luboten peak with an altitude of 2754[m](the highest peak in the Balkans) Kobilica, Turcin, Vërtok, Ceripashina, Karanikolla, and others with an altitude of over 2500[m].

Particular of this region is the large amount of percipitation especially rainfall and frost in winter around 4-5 [months] which usually has a negative impact on comunication systems.

Keywords:

New road, Tetovo-Prizren, Mountain Sharr

Session Chair

Muhamet Ahmeti

Session Co-Chair

Nol Dedaj and Nexhmi Krasniqi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-54-7

Location

Durres, Albania

Start Date

29-10-2017 11:00 AM

End Date

29-10-2017 1:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2017.66

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Geological-Technical Research on The Best Path Adoption For The Road Tetovo-Prizren

Durres, Albania

Considering the enormous impact of the geology and geomorphology of the region, this particular path has been adopted after careful consideration of both financial and practical aspect. Based on existing data related to such characteristics, we present several potential paths and eventually deduced the best path for the new Tetovo- Prizren road.

These cities are heavily populated and lie at the foot of the mountain Sharr; one at the edge of river Shkumbin-Pena in the plain of Pollog, the other at the edge of river Bistrica in the plain of Prizren.

These habitats are at an altitude of around 450[m], meanwhile only 30 [km] from each-other in airline distance. They have in between high peaks such as the Luboten peak with an altitude of 2754[m](the highest peak in the Balkans) Kobilica, Turcin, Vërtok, Ceripashina, Karanikolla, and others with an altitude of over 2500[m].

Particular of this region is the large amount of percipitation especially rainfall and frost in winter around 4-5 [months] which usually has a negative impact on comunication systems.