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Szczecin consults public on future of public transport (Poland)

By Admin Eltis / Updated: 20 Feb 2015

The opinions and preferences of local residents of Szczecin in north-west Poland have been sought as part of a long-running consultation on the construction of a rapid tram line in the city.

Detailed information has been circulated illustrating three possible options for the elimination of some or all of the city's rapid bus lines, which would be replaced by a rapid tram line.

The survey will run until the end of the year. The hope is it will capture as many of the opinions and comments of potential passengers of the new tram line as possible.

Another public consultation closed recently in Warsaw. Residents in seven areas of the Polish capital were surveyed on improving transport connections to a newly built section of the metro system. 

Residents expressed concerns about the plan by Warsaw's public transport authority to build a new interchange between the metro, replacing existing tram and bus lines.

For more information, visit szczecin.gazeta.pl (in Polish).

Photo: Rune.

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