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PKP Intercity signs deal for new trains as passengers numbers rise

22.08.2019 07:40
Polish state-owned rail carrier PKP Intercity has signed a deal worth over PLN 1 billion (EUR 230 million, USD 255 million) under which it will receive 12 new electric trains.
  • PKP Intercity signs deal for new trains as passengers numbers rise
Andrzej Adamczyk
Andrzej Adamczyk Photo: PAP/Przemysław Piątkowski

The trains are to be delivered by the Stadler Polska company.

Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk, who was present at the signing of the contract on Wednesday, said that Polish rail services “have been depreciated for many years, passenger transport was dubbed unprofitable, and Polish railways were described as backward."

He added: "We are changing this image.”

Adamczyk said PKP Intercity would spend PLN 7 billion on new and upgraded rolling stock by 2023.

PKP Intercity chief Marek Chraniuk said he expected the company to carry some 50 million passengers this year, around 8 percent more than in 2018.

Tomasz Ferenc has more...


Source: PAP/IAR