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Modernised railway stations and more trains for Warsaw agglomeration

Polish infrastructure manager PKP Polskich Linii Kolejowych SA (PKP PLK) plans to reconstruct five railway station on Warszawa – Kutno, Warszawa Rembertów – Mińsk and Mazowiecki railway lines and increase their capacity, and also build a new railway stop at Warszawa Stalowa. This will allow passenger operators to introduce more trains in Warsaw agglomeration. PKP PLK has already announced a tender for the documentation needed to carry out the investment.

Reconstruction works for the five stations 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.

Photo:By Damian Kisielewski (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons

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