EU Investment: Over €800 million to finance transport infrastructure in Poland

The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, INEA selected ten new projects to modernise transport infrastructure in Poland. The ten projects will be co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme and are expected to develop the Polish rail network and to make the road and maritime transport greener.


Poland: Major railway infrastructure projects carry on

This month, the European Commission decided that eight major railway infrastructure projects which began in the 2007-2013 programming period will continue to receive support from the European Structural and Investments Fund in the current period. These projects are aimed at the modernization of hundreds of kilometers of railway across Poland.


Blazing a mobility trail

Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are not a novelty in Polish cities. Yet, the current scale of deployment of DPIS, traffic and fleet management systems across all bigger urban areas in Poland is staggering. 

The availability of EU funds and the growing importance of mobility on the political agenda have often shifted ITS projects to the top of investment priorities.

In cities such as Warsaw, Szczecin, Poznań, Gdańsk, Bydgoszcz or Wroclaw ITS have proved to make a substantial difference in facilitating seamless, comfortable and cost-effective mobility.


Public transport in Poland - an overview

UITP member, IGKM, provides a comprehensive overview of the Polish PT scene and market in the latest edition of Eurotransport.

Urban transport represents the major part of passenger transport in Poland in terms of passenger numbers. It exists in about 260 cities and municipalities inhabited by 17 million people. Urban transport enterprises carry in the region of 3.7 billion passengers annually, which represents approximately 80% of the total number of passengers in the public transport sector. In towns and cities, bus services are the main form of urban transport.


Warsaw to heavily invest in urban rail projects

Warsaw agglomeration will spend €6bn in railway-oriented projects by 2022.

The Letter of Intent in this regard was signed in early November between the City of Warsaw, Polish State Railways PKP S.A. and national rail track maintenance company PKP PLK S.A. The portfolio of planned investments as declared by the partners will include new train stops and stations, integration of rail with urban public transport and higher frequency of travel. All projects, with a total value of €6bn are said to be completed by 2022.

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