Centre for Ecology and Energy 


Address: Crnogorcevica 1,Tuzla 

Tel: +387 (0)35/249-310 
Email: Ceetz@bih.net.ba


Centar za Ňĺivotnu sredinu/Centre for Environment (CZZS)¬†Logo
MiŇ°e¬†Stupara 5
78 000 Banja Luka
Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Tel: +387 (0)51 433 140
Email: info@czzs.org 
Website: http://www.czzs.org/


City of Banja Luka 

City Administration

Trg srpskih vladara 1 
78000 Banja Luka 

Tel: +387 (0)51 244 444 
Fax: +387 (0)51 212 526 
Email: javnost@banjaluka.rs.ba

Website: www.banjaluka.rs.ba

City of Sarajevo Grad Sarajevo

Municipal Administration, Mayor's Office
Hamdije Kresevljakovica 3 
71000 Sarajevo 

Tel: +387 (0)33 208 340 
Fax: +387 (0)33 208 341 
Email: grad@sarajevo.ba

Website: www.sarajevo.ba

Delegation of the European Union to Bosnia and Herzegovina and EU Special Representative

Skenderija 3a 
71000, Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tel: +387 (0)33 254 700 
Tel: +387 (0)33 560 800 

Fax: +387 (0)33 666 037
Fax: +387 (0)33 668 390 

Email: delegation-bih@eeas.europa.eu

Website: europa.ba/

European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Website: http://www.eubih.eu/

Federal Ministry of Environment and Tourism Grb BiH

Marka Marulica broj 2 
71 000 Sarajevo 
Bosnia & Herzegovina 

Tel: +387 (0)33 726 700 
Fax: +387 (0)33 726 747 
Email: fmoit@fmoit.gov.ba

Website: http://www.fmoit.gov.ba/

Flora and Fauna 

Carice Milice S-19/6 Milici 75 446

Flora and Fauna Milica is an Association for the protection of the environment. 

Contact persons: SaŇ°a Cvetkovic, SaŇ°a Lazic¬†

Tel: 
+387 (0)56/ 740 861 
Fax: 
+387 (0)56/ 740 018 
Mobile phone: 00387 659 46 553 
Email: Fif_lazic@yahoo.com; snezana@rstel.net


GRAS 

KJKP Gradski Saobracaj d.o.o. Sarajevo 

Srdana Aleksica br. 1  
71000 

Tel: +387 33 293 333 
Fax: +387 33 452 186 
Email: gras@gras.ba, info@gras.ba 

The company has four forms of mass passenger transportation: tram, trolley bus, bus and mini-bus transportation. Besides these four forms of transportation, GRAS also owns an angled elevator and cable railway to nearby mountain Trebevic. The above listed forms of transportation total 387 transportation units. 

Currently, the tram transportation includes seven transportation lines. The bus transportation includes 49 lines. The trolley-bus transportation includes 4 lines. In 2002, the minibus form of transportation included 32 lines. This form of transportation is conditioned by topography. As Sarajevo is located in a basin, connection of hill sides around the city is only possible by minibuses, which can navigate the very narrow streets. 

Tramvaj: tram@gras.co.ba 
Bus: bus@gras.co.ba 
Tolejbus: trolley@gras.co.ba 
Minibus: minibus@gras.co.ba 
Marketing: marketing@gras.co.ba 
Press: press@gras.co.ba 

Website: http://www.gras.ba 

Ministry of Communications and Transport of BiH  Grb BiH

Trg BiH 1
71 000 Sarajevo

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tel/fax: +387 (0)33 28 47 51  

Email: kabinet@mkt.gov.ba

Website: www.mkt.gov.ba 


REC - Bosnia & Herzegovina 

Zmaja od Bosne 47 A/I 
71 000 Sarajevo, 
Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Tel: +387 (0)33 713 110
Fax: +387 (0)33 713 130 

Email: info@rec.org.ba 

Website: bih.rec.org

UNDP - Bosnia and Herzegovina  logo

Zmaja od Bosne b.b.
71000 Sarajevo 
Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Tel: +387 (33) 293 400 
Fax: +387 (33) 552 330 
Email: registy.ba@undp.org

UNDP Regional Office in Banja Luka 

Trg Republike Srpske 1/C1
78000 Banja Luka 
Bosnia and Herzegovina 

Tel: +387 (51) 323 711 
Fax: +387 (51) 303 625

UNDP Regional Office in Bihac

Petog korpusa bb - Zgrada Kulturnog centra Bihańá
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tel: +387 (37) 228 100
Fax: +387 (37) 228 107

UNDP Regional Office in Mostar

Bulevar Narodne Revolucije (BNR), 19
88000 Mostar
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tel: +387 (36) 555 040
Fax: +387 (36) 552 330 

UNDP Regional Office in Srebrenica

Srebrenickog odreda bb
Zgrada OpŇ°tine Srebrenica
75430 Srebrenica
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tel: +387 (56) 441 000
Fax: +387 (56) 440 337

UNDP B&H works to help attract and use aid effectively. Established in 1996, the office focuses on support to national capacity and implementing a variety of activities. 

Website: http://www.undp.ba/ 

Zeljeznice Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine (ZFBH) / Bosnia & Herzegovina Railways 

Bosnia & Herzegovina Railways 
Musala br. 2
71 000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina   

E-mail: info@zfbh.ba
Tel:  +387 (0)33 657 313

Website: http://www.zfbh.ba/

ZFBH operates in the Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina, while ZRS operates in the Republika Srpska. 
Unlike ZRS, which has only one operational centre at Doboj, ZFBH operates three independant networks. Depots are at Bihac, Tuzla and Raijlovac near Sarajevo. 
- ZFBH Sarajevo/Rajlovac works passenger trains along the (Doboj-) Maglaj-Sarajevo-Ploce mainline. Regional passenger services exist only south of Zawidovici. 
- ZFBH Tuzla : Work the 2 daily passenger trains to Brcko and Drenovzi and freight trains to and from the industries and coal mines around Tuzla.
Zeljeznice Republice Srpske (RS) /Republica Srpska Railways 

Svetog Save 71
74 000 Doboj

Tel (central): + 387 (0)53 209 000

Office of the Director General

Tel: + 387 (0)53 241 368
Fax: + 387 (0)53 222 247


Email: kabinet@zrs-rs.com
Website: http://www.zrs-rs.com/

The lines served by ZRS all intersect at the "hub" at Doboj. There are four radiating lines: 
- Doboj-Banja Luka (110km) with extension Banja Luka-Novi Grad (102km): electrified single track line. At Novi Grad, there is a connection to both ZFBH Bihac section and Craotian railway (HZ). 
- Doboj-Maglaj (23km) (-Sarajevo): electrified double track line. South of Maglaj, the line belongs to ZFBH Sarajevo section. 
- Doboj-Samac (60km): electrified single track line. At Samac, there is a connection to Croatian Railways (HZ). 
- Doboj-Petrovo Novo Selo (33km) (-Tuzla, 61km): diesel worked single track line. The section Petrovo Novo Selo-Tuzla (28km) belongs to ZFBH Tuzla section.