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PKP SA signed contracts for the execution of further railway station investments, informed the Ministry of Infrastructure. Under the contracts new facilities will be built in the form of Innovative System Stations (IDS) and new stations will be built in 20 towns and villages located in eight provinces. The tasks will be implemented in the “design and build” formula. The contractor for the investment will be a consortium of Helifactor and MERX companies, which is responsible for the preparation of design documentation and the implementation of construction works. The cost of execution of all investments is almost PLN 90m.
The construction will be financed from EU funds under the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment, according to the Ministry of Infrastructure, New stations will be built in the formula of Innovative System Stations of two different types, differing in size and functionality. In a smaller station of the IDS-A type, there will be a separate waiting room in the form of a semi-open, heated by radiant heaters. In the IDS-B type station, the project assumes a closed waiting room equipped with air-conditioning, ticket office rooms and separate commercial spaces for retail and service outlets: Smaller stations will be built at stations: Biadoliny (Malopolskie voivodeship), Zelistrzewo (Pomorskie voivodeship), Gorzkowice, Wilkoszewice (Lodzkie voivodeship), Barchow, Przetycz (Mazowieckie voivodeship).
IDS-B type stations will be built at the following stations: Chalupy (Pomorskie voivodeship), Biskupice Wielkopolskie, Pobiedziska Letnisko (Wielkopolskie voivodeship), Janikowo (Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodeship), Rogow (Lodzkie voivodeship), Chrzesne, Dobczyn, Zabki (Mazowieckie voivodship), Czarna Tarnowska (Podkarpackie voivodship), Sterkowiec (Malopolskie voivodship), Kanie, Kraśnik, Sadurki, Swidnik Miasto (Lubelskie voivodship).