PKP Intercity wants to sell more EU07 locomotives. This time, the carrier put up for auction 8 electric locomotives, the starting price of which starts from PLN 48 000.
As a result of Russian aggression against Ukraine, thousands of refugees arrive in Poland every day. Those who remained in their country courageously and selflessly defend their homeland from the aggressor, reports Railway Supply magazine, citing nakolei.
Since April 1, Poland has adjusted the rules for providing free rail travel for Ukrainian refugees. It is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply.
More than 1 million free tickets have been issued to citizens of Ukraine and more than a thousand trains have been sent from border stations - PKP Intercity constantly maintains rail links with Ukraine, which allows its citizens to escape the war.
The Polish railway operator, Polskie Koleje Państwowe (PKP), is complying with the sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russian companies due to the Russian aggression against Ukraine.
Siemens Mobility and PKP CARGO, the largest rail freight operator in Poland and the second largest in Europe, signed a contract for the purchase of 5 Vectron MS locomotives with 8 years of full service.
Koleje Dolnośląskie, a regional railway operator in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship of Poland, has signed a contract with a consortium of Alstal Grupa Budowlana and Alstal Investment to expand the train depot in Legnica.
The state-owned passenger carrier changed the long-term development plan presented in January last year, increasing plans for investment in rolling stock and depot construction by 37%.
For the first time in the company's history, PKP Intercity has applied for funding for the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) project.
PKP CARGO CONNECT GmbH, a company belonging to the PKP CARGO group, will launch a network of its own group car connections at the end of January.