The PKP Intercity “Hańcza” train, which is still running on the route Krakow – Suwalki – Krakow, will arrive at Mockava station in Lithuania according to a new schedule. Passengers from Lithuania will be able to get to Krakow with one easy transfer. All this due to the cooperation between PKP Intercity and Lithuanian Railways LTG Link. Representatives of the carriers agreed on mutual connection at the Mockava station between the IC “Hańcza” train and the LTG Link train Vilnius – Mockava – Vilnius. It is reported by Railway Supply magazine with reference to Raport Kolejowy.


The trains will be placed on the same platform, which will make it easier for passengers to transfer between trains. The journey, though with a change, but on one ticket.

The network of connections is constantly developing, which allows travelers to move efficiently around Poland and to neighboring countries. Passengers from Poland already have daily rail connections to Berlin, Prague and Bratislava. Now from December it will be possible to travel to Lithuania.

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PKP Intercity is the largest Polish railway operator, providing communication between large cities and popular tourist centers of the country, connecting smaller centers with agglomerations, and also allowing comfortable travel across Europe, providing transport accessibility for residents of an increasing number of cities and towns. The development of railways as the most environmentally friendly form of public transport is in line with the provisions of the European Green Deal. PKP Intercity aims to become the first Polish passenger carrier to be environmentally neutral.

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