Investments from the National Rail Program increase the attractiveness, accessibility and competitiveness of the railways travel Long-distance, regional and block ”- we read on the website of the Polish Railways Company.
PKP. New connections and stops
The new connections, which will be available from September 1, include the route from Mielec to Dębica, which has been revitalized after a 12-year hiatus. The journey takes 35 minutes. In addition, from Sunday, August 29, trains will operate on two tracks on the entire route between Radom and Warsaw. The capacity of the route will increase and it will be possible to operate more long-distance communications with the shortest route through Warka and Radom. There will be 56 trains on the road during the day – as reported by Gate by Gate rynek-kolejowy.pl Infrastructure manager. Two new stations will be available in Radom: Radom Gołębiów (under the bridge on Kozienicka Street) and Radom Północ.
New stations, set up on different routes, to enable and facilitate access to skó³. For example, in the ódź agglomeration, £ ód¼ Retkinia and ódź Warszawska stops have been added this year, in the Kraków Kraków Opatkowice and Skawina Jagielnia agglomeration, and in Olsztyn: Olsztyn Likusy and Olsztyn Redykajny Lake. It will be more convenient, among other things, at the Kraków Bonarka and ódź Kaliska stations – we read on the website Polish railways.
Update “zakopianka”. Motion changes
Due to the fact that after the holidays, as usual, traffic on the so-called zakopianka will decrease slightly, the plan is to modernize the railway version of this route. Long-distance trains on the Krakow – Zakopane and Soka Beskidzka – Zakopane route will be replaced by alternative buses.
Warszawa Zachodnia Station will also be rebuilt, thus schedules have changed and Warszawa Śródmieście and Warszawa Gdañska stations will be used. Detailed information on current connections can be found on the website between cities.
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