Warsaw metro has shut down its three southernmost metro stations over concerns that a passenger may be infected with the coronavirus, the metro press service told PAP in the early afternoon on Friday.
A contract for the purchase of 45 trains for the Warsaw metro was being finalised, announced Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski during the contract signing ceremony on Thursday. The new trains will arrive in 2021.
The bones of a prehistoric animal have been found at the site of the future Brodno metro station in Warsaw's eastern Brodno district. Initial estimates put the time the aurochs lived at 6,000 B.C., Warsaw Town Hall announced on Thursday.
The telehealth kiosk which has been installed at Warsaw’s Metro Młociny underground station lets commuters carry out basic health check ups, without the hassle of having to make an appointment with a doctor.
As part of the international ‘No Pants Subway Ride’ Warsaw metro users left their trousers at home.
Initial information indicates that the bones might have belonged to a mammoth or a prehistoric forest elephant, which lived on the territory of present-day Poland during the Pleistocene Epoch (often known as the ice age).