Representatives of Poland and Spain signed a cooperation agreement at the Central Communication Port in connection, above all, with the development of high-speed railways in Poland, the Central Communication Port said.
Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Marcin Horacha and Spain’s Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Jose Luis Abalos, signed a cooperation agreement at the Central Communications Port of Madrid on Monday.
The cooperation agreement was signed in the presence of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who has been in Spain for a two-day visit since Sunday.
The agreement focuses on cooperation in the development of the Polish high-speed railway system.
As CPK emphasizes, “Spain is one of the world leaders in the development and management of the high-speed rail system, and the Polish side is interested in benefiting from their experience in this field.”
The Spanish high-speed railway Alta Velocidad Espanola (AVE) has been in operation since 1992. In less than 30 years it has become the largest high-speed rail network in Europe, and is still expanding. The director of Spanish railway infrastructure (including high-speed tracks) is state-owned ADIF, and the operator of high-speed AVE trains is RENFE.
The STH railway program provides for the construction of approximately 1,800 km of new lines, which will be built by the end of 2034. These investments include a total of 12 railway routes, including 10 “lines” leading from different regions of Poland to Warsaw and STH .
The Central Communications Port is a planned transport node between Warsaw and the Woods, which will integrate air, rail and road transport. Solidarno Airport will be built on an area of approximately 3,000 hectares, which in the first phase will be able to serve 45 million passengers annually. The CPK will be built by 2027 along with implementing the necessary connections with the components of the rail and road network.
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