The #European Union will invest almost EUR 2 bln to further develop #Warsaw’s metro system.

Warsaw’s City Hall plans to replace several of the decades-old Russian trains with 30 new ones, and to build two new sections of the second metro line at both ends: to the east and the west of the Vistula river. The new stations should be opened by 2020. http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/272322,Warsaw%E2%80%99s-metro-to-receive-EU-subsidies

#Polish #unemployment 8.6 percent in July .#Desempleo en #Polonia en el 8,6% en julio wbj.pl/unemployment-r…

http://wbj.pl/unemployment-rate-lowest-since-1991-labor-ministry/The registered unemployment rate amounted to 8.6 percent in July, a decline of 0.2 percentage points month-on-month, deputy Minister of Family, Labor and Social Policy Stanisław Szwed told radio broadcaster Trójka. This is the lowest rate since 1991, he noted. “If we exclude those who have registered to have health insurance, we would get the … Read more

Rail Baltica hits buffers at Polish border

Even though Poland has allotted €16 billion to modernizing its railroads by 2023, not a single zloty has been earmarked to be spent on developing the connection to Rail Baltica at the Polish side of the border with Lithuania. Without this 200-kilometer section, the planned high-speed European gauge rail from Tallinn through Rīga through Kaunas … Read more

@GlobalPowerServ: Intro to #Polish railway infrastructure and railway signalling in Poland. Thanks @maurpalumbo 

Significant modernization’s to the Polish railway infrastructure started before Euro 2012 football Championship when Polish railways obtained EU funding for reconstructions railway infrastructure to improve connection between cities, where matches took places. Main railways corridors of the Polish railway infrastructure was included into master plan for rail transportation until 2030. This document has been prepared … Read more

WResearch and Markets: Polish Foodservice to 2019 – The Market is Expected to Experience a Growth of 4.8% During 2014-2019

Traditional Polish consumers preferred eating at home rather than dining out. However the dining out frequency is increasing due to changing lifestyles. Quick and less expensive fast food is the most popular eat-out option especially among urban younger consumers. Shifting consumer preferences towards more frequent eat-out occasions coupled with the emergence of international fast food … Read more