Presentation on theme: "TRANPORT AND LOGISTICS IN POLAND. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRANSPORT IN POLAND MODES OF TRANSPORT20062007 TOTAL104,1107,1 RAIL TRANSPORT108,1103,0."— Presentation transcript:
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRANSPORT IN POLAND MODES OF TRANSPORT20062007 TOTAL104,1107,1 RAIL TRANSPORT108,1103,0 ROAD TRANSPORT103,2108,9 AIR TRANSPORT106,6125,9 Changes in the dynamics and structure of transport of goods and transport performance in tonnes. The previous year=100. Transport of passengers by mode of transport In 2007, all modes of transport carried 1532, 7 tonnes of goods, which is 7,4% more than in previous year. In 2007, the public transport fleet carried 1006,4 million of passengers which is 1,8% less than in the previous year. The decrease in the carriage of passengers was noted in road and inland waterway transport, whereas the carriage of passengers increased in railway, air and maritime transport.
Railway transport Poland is served by an extensive network of railways. The main railway company is owned by the state and its name is PKP (Polish Rail Lines). It consists of the following operating companies: PKP Intercity – qaulified passengers trains PKP Przewozy Regionalne – regional passengers trains Koleje Mazowieckie – local trains in Mazowia Szybka Kolej Miejska (Tricity) – fast urban railway in Tricity Szybka Kolej Miejska (Warsaw) – suburban railway in Warsaw Arriva PCC (joint venture formed by Arriva and PCC Rail – part of the local train traffic in Kuyavian-Pomerenian Voivodeship PKP Cargo – freight trains PKP LHS – freight trains
Railway transport The network of railways in Poland The total length of railways was 20,1 thousand kilometers in 2007. The network belonging to PKP amounted 19,4 thousand kilometres. In 2007 total rail transport carried 245 million tonnes of goods, which is 3% more than in 2006. PKP company carried 153 million tonnes of goods. Other operators, who had railway freight transport licences, carried 92 million tonnes of goods. The volume of goods carried by rail transport in tonne- kilometres accounted for about 13% of total rail freight transport declared by the EU countries, which gives Poland the 2nd place among the EU 25 countries between Germany and France. Export of goods by railway transport in thousands tonnes in 2007 Austria 3 129 Czech Republic 4 583 Hungary 476 Romania 1 571 Slovakia 1 513 Import of goods by railway transport in thousands of tonnes in 2007 Austriano data Czech Republic3 768 Hungary 295 Romaniano data Slovakia1 656
Railway transport RAILWAY TRANSPORT – THE LENGTH OF JOURNEY PUŁAWY- LINZ 11h 13min PUŁAWY-TABOR11h 50min PUŁAWY-ARAD16h 14min PUŁAWY-MARTIN10h 25min PUŁAWY-PAPA12h 21min In 2007, 279,7 million passengers were carried by railway which was 5,4 % more than in the previous year. As far as international transport is concerned there were 2 676 passengers carried by PKP. INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS IN 2007 COUNTRIESDEPARTURESARRIVALS AUSTRIA31 00063 000 CZECH REPUBLIC71 000131 000 SLOVAKIA29 00031 000 HUNGARY14 00011 000 ROMANIANO DATA
ROAD TRANSPORT The total length of public roads at the end of 2007 amounted to 381,1 thousand kilometres of which 67% were hard roads and 32% unsurfaced roads. The total density of roads was 828 km per 100 km 2. There are not many motorways in Poland. There are two long sections connecting the north with the south and the east with the west. The lenghth of motorways is amounted to 666,5 km. There are 261 km of expressways. Conditions of the roads: The condition of Polish roads can be described as relatively good. The condition of road surfaces around big cities is improving every month. Secondary roads are in a satisfactory conditions. Apart of motorways there are a lot of dual carriageways and single –lane roads. The surface of some of them have been deformed during sommer by TIR trucks.
ROAD TRANSPORT- buses DISTANCE BETWEEN THE PROJECT COUNTRIES PUŁAWY-LINZ858 KM PUŁAWY-MARTIN460 KM PUŁAWY-ARAD768 KM PUŁAWY-PAPA796 KM PUŁAWY-TABOR760 KM ROAD TRANSPORT – THE LENGTH OF JOURNEY BY BUS PUŁAWY- LINZ 12 h 5min PUŁAWY-TABOR10h 20min PUŁAWY-ARAD11h 25min PUŁAWY-MARTIN 7h 8min PUŁAWY-PAPA11h 14min Main bus companies operating between Poland and the project countries:
ROAD TRANSPORT- buses In 2007, bus transport carried 719 million passengers, which was 4,4% less than in the previous year. Within bus transport, still the great role was played by enterprises of public sector, although their share in total carriage of passengers has decreased significantly. The greatest carriage in international transport in 2007 was with relation with Germany, The United Kingdom, Italy, France, The Czech Republic and Ukraine. COUNTRIESPASSENGERS ( IN THOUSAND) AUSTRIA101,1 CZECH REPUBLIC187,6 SLOVAKIA90,9 HUNGARY49,7 ROMANIANO DATA INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS BY ROAD IN 2007
Road transport -trucks In 2007 1213,2 million tonnes of goods were carried by road transport, which is 8,9% more than in 2006. Achieved volume of goods carried in road transport was over 7% of total road freight transport of European Union that gave Poland 6th place behind Germany, Spain, Italy, France and The United Kingdom. In international transport Poland has even higher share (over 11%) and was on the 2nd place between Germany and Spain. STRUCTURE OF EXPORT AND IMPORT BY ROAD TRANSPORT BY COUNTRY IN 2007 COUNTRYEXPORT (TONNES)IMPORT (TONNES) AUSTRIA2,42,0 CZECH REPUBLIC5,15,8 ROMANIA1,40,6 SLOVAKIA2,43,2 HUNGARY2,83,3
Road transport -trucks Some of the transporting companies: EXEPOL Company offers services with its own transport - cars from 1,5t to 24t. The cars are new and serviced on time, which allows for safe and failure free providing services. Dartom company was established in 1990 and it specialises in domestic and international transport services. In 2007 Dartom joins the group of leaders of Quality International 2007.
Air transport There are 10 national air routes in Poland: Bydgoszcz Gdańsk Katowice Kraków Łódź Poznań Rzeszów Szczecin Wrocław Zielona Góra There are 141 international routs among which are Budapest, Bukareszt, Vienna and Prague. Unfortunately there is no air rout to Bratislava as far as Polish Airlines are concerned. AIR PASSENGER TRANSPORT IN 2007 In 2007 air transport carried 6194,4 thousandpassengers and it was higher by 16, 2% than in 2006. In national transport: 1 034 004 passengers In international transport: 5 160 429 passengers Air connections with our project partners in Polish Airlines LOT and the length of yourney Warsaw – Bucarest in 1 h50 min Warsaw- Budapestin 1 h 15 min Warsaw – Vienna in 1 h 20 min Warsaw – Prague in 1 h 40 min
AIR FREIGHT TRANSPORT IN 2007 45, 5 thousand tonnes of cargo were carried by air transport and were higher by about 26% than in 2006. (national transport increased by about 60% and inernational transport increased by about 19%). Air freight transport : national9 863 tonnes international35 641 tonnes
Sources used for the presentation: http://www.stat.gov.pl/cps/rde/xchg/gus http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transportation_in_Poland http://www.poland-transport.eu/?lang=pl#Scene_1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roads_and_expressways_in_Poland http://www.eurolinespolska.pl/ http://www.orbistravel.pl/biura-sprzedazy