A train from the Polish-Ukrainian border to Warsaw will start operating in August
In August, an international railway connection will open between Warsaw and Rawa-Ruska. According to preliminary data, the first trains will start running on August 24. Today, a new track is already being laid and the reconstruction of the railway station on Rava-Ruska is underway, where customs control will later be possible.
It is expected that the track will be extended to Lviv, and later to Kyiv.
The implementation of this project is very important in the current conditions. In connection with the state of war, the flow of immigrants to the region is increasing. Thanks to the launch of trains on the new track, an alternative to other modes of transport will appear for crossing the border and checkpoints will be decongested. The project will also contribute to the development of passenger transportation and integration with the pan-European railway system. While the station is being reconstructed, special pavilions for customs control and passing passengers will operate in Rava-Ruska.
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