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Warsaw. Independence Cap at Piłsudski Square. Traffic disruptions. The buses will take a detour on Wednesday

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The first traffic problems before the Independence Day will start on Wednesday, November 10. In connection with the planned Independence Cap at Piłsudski Square, there will be changes in the operation of buses. Five lines will be diverted.

The Public Transport Authority informs that on Wednesday, Warsaw residents will face difficulties in Śródmieście related to the ceremonial Capstrzyk Niepodległości taking place at Piłsudski Square. From 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM, Piłsudski Square will be closed to traffic, from Królewska Street to Wierzbowa Street. Gen. Tokarzewskiego-Karaszewicza street will also be inaccessible to drivers.

On that day, there will also be no parking on Gen. Tokarzewskiego-Karaszewicza Street.

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Buses on detours

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Changes in the organization of traffic mean difficulties for passengers of public transport. Line buses: 107, 111, 128, 175 and E-2 they will take detours.

107 in the direction of the Kierbedzia terminus, it will go Senatorska, Miodowa, Krakowskie Przedmieście, Królewska, to Małachowski Square and continue along its route;

111 in the direction of the Gocław – Senatorska, Miodowa, Krakowskie Przedmieście, Nowy Świat and then along your route. In the direction of the Esperanto loop – Krakowskie Przedmieście, Miodowa, Senatorska to Plac Bankowy and continue along your route.

128, 175 towards the Pl loop. Piłsudskiego – Krakowskie Przedmieście, Miodowa, Senatorska, Wierzbowa, Focha to Piłsudski Square.

E-2 He will go Senatorska, Miodowa, Krakowskie Przedmieście, Nowy Świat in the direction of the Wilanów loop and continue along its route. In the direction of the Metro Ratusz-Arsenał terminus – Królewska, Marszałkowska to Bankowy Square and then along your route.

On Wednesday, there are difficulties at Piłsudski Square (illustrative photo)FAAB / Science Now

Main photo source: FAAB / Science Now



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