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Poland: Improved railway connections in Warsaw agglomeration

PKP Polish Railway Lines (PKP PLK) signed a PLN 770 thousand contract with IDOM Ingenieria y Consultoria – IDOM Inżynieria Architektura i Doradztwo Sp. consortium for the preparation of the detailed documentation for the reconstruction of four railway stations on Ożarów – Warszawa Gdańska – Mińsk Mazowiecki route. The project also includes the construction of a new railway station, Warszawa Stalowa.

Reconstruction works will include the replacement of switches, allowing higher speeds, the modernization of the signaling systems and the construction of additional side-tracks that will allow the reversal of train direction at terminal station.

After the investment related documents will be received a contractor will be selected and construction works are expected to start in 2017.

In 2014 – 2020, PKP PLK will invest PLN 8 bn in developing the railway infrastructure in Warsaw agglomeration.

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