i thing the second is mor schematic, i like it too
15 new 120N trams constructed in PESA factory in Bydgoszcz will arrive to Warsaw in years 2007-2008.StPetr said:Now we are waiting for the new tender for 15 low floor trams.
Construction update of the Marymont subway station (opening planned for this year). In a few weeks they are going to start construction of the Słodowiec station.Fredi said:tramwar.republika.pl
5.9 million PLN or 1.5 million €Chilenofuturista said:Does anybody know how much does one of those new polish trams costs?
As I've already explained It's not the entire Warsaw public transport system, we have also huge bus network, but traffic jams are terrible.Andrew said:Trams, subway, commuter rail and heavy rail; that's quite an extensive public transport network for a city of 2 and a half million!
The EU funding transport systems isnt a new idea. The UK, Spain, Italy amongst other wealthy countries have all received money to help build infrastructure. Getting money doesnt always mean economic output improves - Southern Italy for example has not had the economic regeneration expected despite getting money to improve transport, so there is no gurantee it will work for Warsaw.DonQui said:Good to see the EU funds starting to be applied where they are needed. Better transport makes Warsaw more productive, and thus, more able to increase its economic output.