Poland: €676 million worth of EU investments in better rails and roads

The European Commission adopted three major Cohesion Policy projects, modernising the Polish rail and road network and increasing travel safety while reducing costs and travel time. This €676 million investment package includes: €487 million to modernise the country’s railway communication system and align it on European standards, €117 million to upgrade Silesia’s railway services, including a new international airport station serving the city of Katowice, and €72 million to ease traffic congestion in the region of Warmińsko-Mazurskie, with a new expressway bypass east of the town of Nowe Miasto Lubawskie.