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State of railway stations before beginning the program of the revitalization on the example of Lower Silesia
Author: Anna Gajna-Korycka, Tomasz Korycki
Lower Silesia as a geography land has a rich history associated with extensive, one of the best in the country, spatial development of the railway network. What's involved, the length of the existing railway lines can be directly translated into a number of stations operated in this area. Due to the constantly progressing for decades regress of the length of the rail network (mainly related to the development of competing forms of transport, but also with negligence in maintaining the current rail infrastructure) noticeable is the rapid process of function transformation of originally assumed function of many railway station (Fig. 1). The article presents the results of an inventory of railway station facilities, which were carried out in 2009-2011, so before the start of the program of revitalization of these objects.
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Railway station which was, which is and which should be
Author: Daniel Załuski
If rail passenger transport is not to be treated in Poland not only as a niche transportation, must be changed the philosophy and thinking not only in terms of modernization of railway lines, purchase new rolling stock and creating timetables friendly to travellers, but also in improving the quality of waiting for trains and the conditions interchange from one means of transport to another.
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The platform hall as the conservator’s problem
Author: Jacek Wesołowski
The amount of Polish railway stations renovations, visible in recent years, for understandable reasons relates primarily to buildings. Hale, and even sheds platforms, are somehow unnoticed, because they are in Poland very few, or far less than needed. Meanwhile, abroad, mostly metal construction platform halls are subject to conservation treatment or modernization, sometimes decisive about the character of the whole station. This represents a fundamental change in the relation to practice visible much of the twentieth century when halls quite commonly were switched to individual roofing platforms. This practice was particularly widespread in some countries (Belgium, Italy, United States), although elsewhere could almost do not exist (Germany).
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Capacity of the railway station of Poznań Główny

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Wrocław Główny as the hub of the cyclical timetable
Author: Bogusław Molecki, Barbara Zegarlicka
This article presents a reflection on the implementation of a cyclical timetable on a large hub station, on the example of Wroclaw Central Station. The principles of construction timetable based on assumptions of cyclicality are discussed. Historical conditions of the track system shape in Wroclaw were presented, now one of the most unfavourable in the country. The analysis is completed with conclusions on the track system modernisation that would allow the implementation of a cyclical timetable in the form convenient for passengers.
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Adapting the railway system of the station to the established timetable
Author: Oliver Morel
The article presents Swiss approach to design changes in the railway infrastructure. Assumptions of an integrated cyclic timetable, implemented in the entire public transport in Switzerland, are completely different than in Poland. The most important part of the whole process is the timetable construction, which is to meet the needs of passengers and shippers. The next step is to analyse the possibility of adapting to the requirements the proposed traffic an existing infrastructure. The final choice of solutions is based on the one hand on the analysis of financial capacity, on the other - on long-term works planning to minimize disturbance to train movements.
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New railway station of Katowice – comparative analysis
Author: Adam Molecki
When in 1972 was opened a railway station in Katowice, it was a jewel of architecture, not only in Poland, but also the whole of Europe. There were negative votes related to the demolition of houses in this area, as well as the interference in the architectural style of the object with the style prevailing in the city centre. This does not change the fact that as a public building was admired not only for his original body, but primarily for functionality [2]. Referring to a recent reconstruction, it is difficult to not be tempted to make a comparison.
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Conditions of the service of passengers at the station Poznań Głównyof the Integrated Transportation
Author: Elżbieta Plucińska, Damian Kosicki
Poznan Central Railway Station and its surroundings are under reconstruction. The reconstruction objective was the creation of the Integrated Transport Center, combining train and bus station with parking for travellers, the new layout of streets and new urban transport stop. Carried out in this paper the analysis of the ways of entrance pointed out the danger of worse passenger service after the creation of the planned Center. However, assuming passenger service decentralization, with a location and ticket offices accessible from all possible directions, as well as with the relevant organization of the bus traffic is possible to improve the quality of passenger service (even in relation to the old location of the station).
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Integrated transfer nodes by small railway stations
Author: Daniel Załuski
The modern railway station can no longer be looked only as a railway station, but as a point of integrating the various means of transport in the form of an integrated interchange. Only a holistic way of thinking about transportation in the region, which is also better connection of railway with other transport modes, can result in a better use of public transport, better trains filling, increased frequency of their rides, and also more efficient use of the entire system.
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Functionality of Czech railway stations from a point of view of the passenger
Author: Wojciech Gąsior
In the Czech Republic are operated by a single administrator railway lines with extremely different parameters (from the line of bus to local), but at the first plan comes a common feature of train stations: high functionality and attention to passenger comfort. The high share of local lines and the organization of transport based on the number of interchanges meant that was recognized the problem from the point of view of the functionality of the system (in ex. an opportunity to organize several minutes transfers) and passenger comfort (in ex. construction of high platforms), and it is worth noting that both of these aspects not always go hand in hand (wide platforms or grade-separated crossing lengthen pathways, forcing extension of time in between changes). The modern appearance of Czech railway stations is therefore the result of a compromise between functionality and convenience, where changes in regulations [4] clearly indicate the adoption as a priority the convenience and safety of passengers.
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Service of passengers on railway stations of Belarus and Ukraine
Author: Marcin Rechłowicz
In the Czech Republic are operated by a single administrator railway lines with extremely different parameters (from the line of bus to local), but at the first plan comes a common feature of train stations: high functionality and attention to passenger comfort. The high share of local lines and the organization of transport based on the number of interchanges meant that was recognized the problem from the point of view of the functionality of the system (in ex. an opportunity to organize several minutes transfers) and passenger comfort (in ex. construction of high platforms), and it is worth noting that both of these aspects not always go hand in hand (wide platforms or grade-separated crossing lengthen pathways, forcing extension of time in between changes). The modern appearance of Czech railway stations is therefore the result of a compromise between functionality and convenience, where changes in regulations [4] clearly indicate the adoption as a priority the convenience and safety of passengers.
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