June 2020 transfer results
Railway carriers transported 14.5 million passengers in June. That's almost 47% less than in June of 2019. However the decline in the number of passengers, caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, is lower than in April and May, when it reached the level of 77% and 66% respectively. Railway freight transport amounted to 17.5 million tonnes of goods - 1.1 million tonnes less than in June of 2019. That means the lowest decrease when comparing year to year results.
A holiday trip by train in Poland
Railways are a great holiday means of transport and the travel itself may become attraction. Beautiful views from the carriage's window are to be enjoyed on many routes in Poland. The trains run along the sea coast, cross picturesque flyovers or pass through an over 1-kilometre-long tunnel. Enchanting railway routes are aplenty in Poland. Here you will find out on which routes you can take an interesting train trip.
Mutual recognition of goods within the European Union
Not every appliance or structure is obliged to be subject to technical inspection once they are to enter the Polish market. The mutual goods recognition clause allows for the introduction of a simplified mode of the certification of conformity to existing regulations. During the application proceeding the entrepreneurs may present such certificates issued previously in other member states of the European Union. So far not many entrepreneurs operating in the railway sector have used this opportunity.