Councillors and public transport officials in Kraków and Warsaw are considering introducing an integrated ticket for intercity passengers, which will allow them to take trains and use trams on their arrival.
The new service would, according to rail operators PKP, make it much more convenient for rail passengers arriving in the capital on intercity services. They would be able to get a tram from stops around Warsaw’s main station, Warszawa Centralna, without having to buy a separate ticket. A one-hour ticket in Warsaw costs 5.20zł, but would be available as an add-on for 3.40zł.
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