Warsaw will procure a new ticketing system

In about 3 years from now, passengers in the Warsaw metropolitan area will use a new ticketing system that will be quick, easy, comfortable and intuitive. The Public Transport Authority (ZTM) has just started the procedure to select a contractor for the project. “Setting up a new ticketing system is a very large, long-term and

ZTM Warsaw working to protect buses from terror attacks

ZTM Warsaw together with 4 partners of the EU-funded SAFEBUS project presented their actions in a webinar today to the attention of EMTA members. The goal of the project is to create an Internet platform integrating solutions for the prevention of terrorist attacks, as well as training materials and procedures, online courses and an e-learning

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“Public Transport is a Woman” in Warsaw

On 8 March 2023 – International Women’s Day – a conference titled „Public Transport is a Woman” was held at ZTM headquarters in Warsaw. The idea behind the event was to show that in a male-dominated industry such as public transport, women also demonstrate skills, clout and can effectively supervise and implement large projects. Women

Warsaw : New metro stations on the second line and new metro trains from SKODA

Warsaw Metro is developing. The last eastern section of the second Metro line (M2) was completed on 28 September 2022. Targówek district residents gained three stations – Bródno, Kondratowicza and Zacisze. The second (of two existing) Metro lines in Warsaw connects Eastern and Western city parts, crossing the Vistula river underground. Its stations are recognized

Public transport made possible thanks to a Data Warehouse

Nowadays, to create quick, successful and efficient public transport you need more than just a modern rolling stock, infrastructure, and tools used to model communication systems. In case of large and quickly developing cities, it is equally important to collect, process and analyse data that allow to create public transport adapted to the needs of

Warsaw: Towards electromobility

The capital of Poland is a city with a perfectly developed public transport system. Residents and visitors can use buses, trams, underground and agglomeration railway. In order to fight air pollution, the city uses increasingly more ecological means of transport. These are primarily electric vehicles, but also those with gas or hybrid drive. Warsaw public


First electric vehicle chargers installed at a P+R car park in Warsaw

In December 2017, there were the first four electric vehicle chargers made available on a P+R car park in Warsaw. This investment is to improve air quality in the city and to encourage residents to use eco-friendly public transport. The chargers are powered by means of two stations, with the power of 2×22 kW each.


New fares – cleaner air in Warsaw

Warsaw has changed its public transport fares considerably in 2017. The biggest novelty was a large reduction of the prices of travel cards valid in both zones and introduction of free rides for the students of primary schools and junior high schools in Warsaw. The city shows this way that public transport and sustainability are


Warsaw: Transport without barriers

The Warsaw authorities strive to make public transport safe, comfortable and accessible to all passengers. For many years, the needs of people with disabilities and passengers with reduced mobility have been taken into account. The actions taken aim at facilitating their travel around the city. This group includes wheelchair users, but also older persons using

Parking lots powered by green energy in Warsaw

The Public Transport Authority in Warsaw invests in renewable energy sources. A tender will be announced soon that will answer the question how to power the Park and Ride parking lots with green energy. The owners of electric cars may also expect to find facilities there. In the coming days the Public Transport Authority (ZTM)