This weekend, on April 22 and 23, thorough spring cleaning is planned at the terminus at the Central Railway Station. Changes in traffic organization await bus passengers.
The weather made it possible to start cleaning up the city with water. The City Cleaning Authority (ZOM) cleans streets and pavements, as well as bins and shelters at stops. For the upcoming weekend, he planned “wet cleaning” at the bus terminus at the Central Railway Station. Changes in bus traffic will be necessary.
Cleaning will include washing large glass roofs, columns, stop equipment – benches and display cases with timetables, as well as railings and pavement surfaces. To thoroughly clean the canopies, a lift will be used during cleaning.
“Due to the large scope of work, a thorough cleaning of the entire loop is spread out over two days. The cleanup will start early on Saturday morning and will last throughout the day, on Sunday the cleaning services plan to finish the work by 2 pm” – informs the town hall. “For the comfort and safety of passengers, stops will be temporarily closed and moved during cleaning. Information about changes can be followed on the Warsaw Public Transport website and in social media.”
The first but not the last
This is the first but not the last thorough cleaning of the loop at the Central Railway Station this year. The City Cleansing Authority has planned to repeat the cleanup three more times until the fall.
“ZOM regularly conducts comprehensive cleaning of over 1,200 bus shelters – each of them is planned to be cleaned at least four times by autumn, and even eight times in places most frequented by passengers. 4.4 thousand stops are regularly swept. up to seven times a day. And if, despite these systematic cleaning procedures, there is a sudden contamination noticed by ZOM inspectors or reported by residents via the Municipal Contact Center Warszawa 19115, the stops are cleaned on an intervention basis. Most often this concerns the removal of pseudo-graffiti, illegal announcements or broken windows ” – assures the capital city hall in the communiqué.
Main photo source: Warsaw City Hall