State Road 121, is an IIA-class road in northern Serbia, connecting Croatia at Sot with Bosnia and Herzegovina at Jamena. It is located in Vojvodina.
|Serbian: Državni put II reda 121|
Serbian Cyrillic: Државни пут II реда 121
|Maintained by JP "Putevi Srbije"|
|Length||47.735 km (29.661 mi)|
|From||Croatia – Serbia border at Sot, Road 4199|
|To||Serbia – Bosnia and Herzegovina border at Jamena|
Before the new road categorization regulation given in 2013, the route wore the following names: M 18.1 and P 128 (before 2012) / 117 and 115 (after 2012).
The existing route is a regional road with two traffic lanes. By the valid Space Plan of Republic of Serbia the road is not planned for upgrading to main road, and is expected to be conditioned in its current state.
This article contains a bulleted list or table of intersections which should be presented in a properly formatted junction table.(November 2021)
|Section number||Length||Distance||Section name|
|12101||12.264 km (7.620 mi)||12.264 km (7.620 mi)||Croatia – Serbia border at Sot – Šid|
|12102||8.989 km (5.586 mi)||21.253 km (13.206 mi)||Šid – Adaševci interchange|
|12103||26.482 km (16.455 mi)||47.735 km (29.661 mi)||Adaševci interchange – Serbia–Bosnia and Herzegovina border at Jamena|
- ^ "Republic of Serbia – national road network" (PDF). Putevi Srbije (in Serbian).
- ^ "National road categorization regulation – Official Gazette of Republic of Serbia no. 105/2013 and 119/2013" (PDF). Serbian Spatial Planners Association (in Serbian).
- ^ "Link between actual and previous section and road markings" (PDF). Putevi Srbije (in Serbian).
- ^ Space plan of Republic of Serbia from 2010 to 2021