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Polish rail carrier plans more high-speed trains

06.05.2021 07:40
Polish state-owned rail carrier PKP Intercity plans to more than double its fleet of high-speed trains capable of travelling up to 250 kph by 2030, an official has said.
Adam Laskowski.
Adam Laskowski. Photo: PAP/Mateusz Marek

Adam Laskowski, a member of the PKP Intercity board, said that the company aims to have up to 23 such trains.

He added the plans were linked to an initiative to build a new mega-airport between Warsaw and the central Polish city of Łódź, a high-profile project that aims to integrate air, rail and road transport.

PKP Intercity currently has 20 fast Pendolino trains, state news agency PAP reported.

New PKP projects were the topic of a panel discussion during a two-day business forum called Congress 590 which opened in Warsaw on Wednesday.


Source: PAP/IAR