Centralny Port Komunikacyjny is a planned interchange between Warsaw and Łódź, which will integrate air, rail, and road transport. The project also will bring high-speed lines to Poland.
The rail investments of the CPK total almost 2,000 km of new rail lines consisting of a total of 12 rail routes. Thanks to this investment, rail travel time in Poland will be shortened, as the designs assume that trains with passengers will travel at speeds of up to 250 km/h in the first stage. The design assumptions adopted by the CPK company will make it possible to raise it even to 350 km/h in the future if there is demand.
Egis in Poland takes an active part in this undertaking, starting with the preparation of technical-economic-environmental studies ('Construction of railway line no. 29 on the section Ostrołęka - Łomża. Ostrołęka - Łomża - Pisz - Giżycko'; 'Construction of CPK Railway Node'; 'Construction of railway lines: no. 54 Trawniki - Krasnystaw and 56 Wólka Orłowska - Zamość - Tomaszów Lubelski - Belzec'; 'Construction of railway line on the section Katowice - State border - Ostrava'), and for several months working on two more projects: Development of pre-project documentation and project documentation with technical support for the project entitled "Construction of railway line no. 85 on the section Warsaw Zachodnia-CPK-Łódź Niciarniana"; and “Development of project documentation for railway investments related to the construction of the Central Communication Port: Construction of railway line No. 85 on the section Łódź - Sieradz Północny”.
Last week, during his visit to Warsaw, Matthieu Loussier met with the heads of departments responsible for the implementation of projects at Egis in Poland. He also visited the Centralny Port Komunikacyjny, where he was accompanied by Cezary Saganowski, President of the Management Board of Egis in Poland, and Marta Szelągowska, Director of the Design Department.
On the photo (from left to right): Radosław Kantak, Mikołaj Wild, Matthieu Loussier, and Cezary Saganowski.