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Single ticket for train and bus in Warsaw (Poland)

By Jan Christiaens / Updated: 01 Aug 2014
The authorities of Warsaw will introduce the ‘Warsaw Ticket’, which enables train passengers to use public transport in the city for free for 60 minutes after arrival or departure of their train.
The appropriate agreement was signed on 22 May between the Public Transport Authority of Warsaw and the company Regional Railways (Przewozy Regionalne). The ticket comes into effect on 1 June 2012.

This solution will allow train passengers to use all modes of city transportation - buses, trams, metro and Rapid Urban Railway - within the first “city” zone for an hour, free of charge. Thanks to the Warsaw Ticket, travellers visiting Warsaw can get to their destination without having to buy extra tickets.

The agreement introduced in Warsaw is a serious step towards the integration of rail and urban transport in the whole country. The Ticket will be available in trains and at ticket offices, and can be purchased up to 30 days before the intended travel date.

Source: Portalsamorzadowy (in Polish)
Country: 
Poland
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