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less air pollution,
less CO2 emissions.
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Protect the environment.
Every ton of goods carried by rail means:
A long-term transport policy
Equal rights for ALL train operating companies
That’s what we expect!
a modern railway
Each transport
for all citizens.
mode is equally important
UE infrastructure investment targets:
60% for rail 40% for road

Optimally developed and efficient transport infrastructure constitutes the basis for economic growth in Europea

UTK and ProKolej cooperation agreement

On 24 January 2017, the Office of Rail Transport and ProKolej Foundation entered into a cooperation agreement. The agreement pertains to mutual exchange of information and carrying out actions aiming at improvement of safety and development of rail transportation sector in Poland, as well as exchange of data and opinions which are material for the environment connected with rail transportation.

The Office and ProKolej are already working on the first joint project.

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"Safe level crossing" campaign

ProKolej Foundation has joined a group of partners supporting a social campaign „Safe level crossing – don’t take unnecessary risk”, which has been conducted by Polskie Linie Kolejowe S.A. for over 10 years. Its goal is to promote proper conduct and to raise awareness of dangers resulting from lack of safety at level crossings and in rail areas, and as a result to lower the number of accidents that occur in such places.

For more information visit the portal dedicated to the campaign. 

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Kolej 4.0 conference - summary

More than 100 guests participated in the third edition of Rail22 conference. The theme of the October event organised in Centrum Giełdowe in Warsaw was ‘Rail 4.0’ and it referred to the latest market trends, including the current technological revolution.

The guests were welcomed by the Vice Minister of Development, Witold Słowik, and Adam Wielądek, PhD, honorary president of the International Union of Railways (UIC). The role of the event host was played by Jakub Majewski, PhD – president of ProKolej Foundation.

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