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Billions for Polish state-owned rail carrier under 10-year deal

14.01.2021 12:40
Poland’s infrastructure ministry has signed a ten-year contract worth over PLN 21 billion (USD 5.6bn, EUR 4.6bn) with state-owned rail carrier PKP Intercity.
Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk at a press conference on Thursday.
Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk at a press conference on Thursday. Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański

The public service contract, which runs until 2030, will allow PKP Intercity to offer more passenger trains between Polish provinces.

“Thanks to this decision, the face of rail transport in Poland… will change,” Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk told a press conference on Thursday.

He added that the contract “means further benefits for passengers” such as modern and comfortable trains.

The deal aims to develop rail services as the most environmentally-friendly form of public transport, state news agency PAP reported.


Source: PAP