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Improvement of railway infrastructure in Poland
Author: Andrzej Massel
The current condition of the rail network in Poland doesn’t suit needs of passenger and freight train operating companies. That makes it impossible to off er competitive services towards other means of transport what results in constantly decreasing share of railways in the transit market. The poor condition of the infrastructure is an eff ect of about 20 years of backlog in maintenance and renewals, growing since 1990. In the nineties a modernization of the E20 line at Warsaw - Poznań – Kunowice section was the only bigger railway investment in Poland. At the same time, in spite of the diffi culties, a road infrastructure was developing what had a big impact on changes in the modal- split in transport.
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Infrastructure investments support in the transport sector from the European Union funds
Author: Tadeusz Dyr, Karolina Ziółkowska
Investments in transport infrastructure are one of the crucial factors levelling disproportion in the regions development. The actions, according to the Treaty on functioning of the European Union [2] range i.a. fi nancial support from the Cohesion Fund and from structural funds. In fi nancial perspectives for 2007–2013 the funds involved in executing the National Strategic Reference Framework also called the National Cohesion Strategy, will come out at about € 85.6 bn., including:  € 67.3 bn. from EU budget,  € 11.9 bn. from domestic public funds (including approx. € 5.9 bn. from the state budget),  approx. € 6.4 bn. from the private funds [4].
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High Speed Railway Construction Programme for Poland – updated state of preparations
Author: Agata Pomykała
Until the end of 2015 the necessary feasibility studies for the requirements of high speed railway construction programme will be performed. The last part of research is the analysis of the optimal connection of the future high speed line Warsaw – Lodz – Poznan/Wroclaw with Berlin and Prague. The contractor of the study is supposed to choose the best options for the construction of new lines from Poznan to Berlin and from Wroclaw to Prague. The complete feasibility study will be carried out on the basis of the presented proposals on the second stage of works. In this way, the liabilities resulting from the inclusion of the future line to the new trans-European transport network will be accomplished.
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Łódzka Kolej Aglomeracyjna – the new railway system for the Lodz agglomeration
Author: Alina Giedryś, Jan Raczyński
Proposals of creating an agglomeration railway system in Lodz region fi rst emerged during analysis done for projects of modernization of Lodz railway hub. In 2007-2008 were done fi rst feasibility studies for a construction of a new central railway station and an underground tunnel joining together two major stations under the city center. In October 2008 Lodz Voivodeship Marshal Offi ce decided to submit this project for EU funding from the Program Infrastructure and Environment priority 7.3 Transport in metropolis. It received the positive opinion from Ministry of Infrastructure and was entered on a list of projects to be fi nanced. In 2009-2010 were done necessary feasibility studies, and for 2011-2012 were planned the begining of construction works. In December 2012 was signed a contract with a company Stadler for delivery of 20 electric multiple units FLIRT 3.
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Public passenger transport and integration with cycling
Author: Bibiána Poliaková, Iveta Kubasáková
The access and egress of public transport system The duration of individual time intervals in transit system operation or in passenger travel are referred to as travel times. Passenger travel time is the travel of passenger on an origin-destination path, including the approach to a transit stop or station, travel on the line, a transfer between lines if it is necessary, and departure from a stop to the destination [1].

New passenger rolling stock in Poland
Author: Jan Raczyński, Marek Graff
Rail passenger transport in Poland has been bad luck over 20 years. Their decline was caused by insuffi cient investment both passenger rolling stock and rail infrastructure. As a result, railway off er has become uncompetitive in relation to road transport to the extent that part of the railway sector fell to 4%. Last years, mainly thanks to EU aid founds, condition of railway in Poland has changed for the better. In details, modernization of railway lines have begun, new modern rolling stock have been purchased, which can improve the rail travel quality. However, average age of the fl eet has already begun closer to 30 years.
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