Main intermodal train routes in Poland
26.5 m tonnes were transported by intermodal rail services in in 2021, which is 2.7 m tonnes more than in 2020. The most popular intermodal transport routes were those leading from the seaports of Gdańsk and Gdynia to Brzeg Dolny or Warsaw and via the border crossings with Germany and Belarus. The terminals in Małaszewicze, Gdańsk and Gdynia play a major role in international transport.
New English translation of the Railway Transport Act 2003
The Office of Rail Transport prepared a new unofficial translation of the main legal act which regulates railway transport in Poland. The new translation covers changes introduced by 4th railway package. We remind that this is an unofficial translation and provided for reference only.
PKP PLK price list not approved
For the second time this year the President of the Office of Rail Transport refused to approve the draft price list of the Polish national infrastructure manager, PKP PLK, in the part on the method of calculation of unit rate of basic and shunting fee. The infrastructure manager can submit a new draft price list for approval within 30 days or decide that for 2022/2023 timetable they will apply the current price list which is in force since 2018.
Georgian railways closer to EU: Office of Rail Transport supports railway reform in Georgia
The representatives from the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia and Georgian Railways visited the Office of Rail Transport. The purpose of the visit was to study the functioning of the National Safety Authority and rail transport regulator. The Georgian delegation also had the opportunity to learn about the practical aspects of the European Train Control System (ETCS) on one of the simulators at the Examination and Monitoring Centre for Train Drivers.