The unauthorised use of the railway radio-stop signals poses no threat to life, the CEO of PKP PLK, Poland’s national railway service, has said.
A court in Bialystok, on Tuesday, granted a request from the prosecutor and agreed to hold two men for three months for the broadcasting of unauthorised "radio-stop signals" and halting trains in north-western Poland.
A dozen passenger trains were brought to a halt by false emergency signals in Poland on Tuesday morning in the latest of a series of incidents that have disrupted rail traffic in recent days.
The project connecting two parts of Kraków that have been separated by a railway embankment since the Crimean War, will also see the debut of a ‘sensory garden’, a railway-themed children’s playground, an isolated green zone for rest and relaxation and wall art to break the concrete monotony of the flyover overhead.
The number of trains carrying goods in Poland is increasing, Polish Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk said on Friday, adding that railway companies were transporting fewer passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The combination of the projects will see 85 stations or stops renovated or created, travel times slashed by over an hour on certain lines and over 150 km of track modernised.
Arguments break over just what to do with the only bridge in Poland designed by the Parisian tower’s engineer.
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