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The reconstruction of Plac Trzech Krzyży enters the next stage. From Wednesday, work moves to the west side. Drivers will take the eastern, renovated road on the side of the Institute of the Deaf. Public transport will also change its routes.

At the beginning of April, the Municipal Roads Authority announced a tender for additional greenery at Plac Trzech Krzyży. Meanwhile, road builders are finishing the work started last year. From Wednesday, April 19, from 8 a.m., drivers will be driving along the renovated road on the side of the Institute for the Deaf (eastern side of the square). One lane of traffic will be available in each direction. Demolition will begin on the other side.

Organization of traffic in the area of ​​Plac Trzech Krzyżyinfoulice.um.warszawa.pl

Aleje Ujazdowskie will be narrowed before Plac Trzech Krzyży. Drivers will enter it with one extreme right lane. Behind the monument of Wincenty Witos, they will be able to turn towards Prusa and Wiejska streets or go straight. At the intersection with Książęca, turn right, down towards ul. Ludna or they will continue their journey straight to the de Gaulle roundabout.

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In turn, driving along Nowy Świat from the side of the palm tree, behind Mysia Street, will also have one lane at their disposal. Here they will only go straight to Aleje Ujazdowskie. Road workers will eliminate the temporary left turn from Nowy Świat into Książęca Street. In this place, they will reconstruct electrical installations underground.

The works will move to the western part of Plac Trzech KrzyżyCity Hall of Warsaw

Walkway through the construction site

At this stage of works, a footpath will be marked out for pedestrians through the construction site – from one side of the square to the other and access to the church of St. Alexander. Pedestrians will also pass on the side of the Ministry of Development and Technology and the Institute of the Deaf. Traffic lights will be activated at the crossing of the functioning carriageway.

Already in the final layout, a road for bicycles from Aleje Ujazdowskie to Wiejska Street will be made available. The road towards the de Gaulle roundabout will still be closed.

The order to drive right from ul. Hoża to Mokotowska will apply again. Departure from the gate of the building at Plac Trzech Krzyży 18 will be possible only towards Bracka Street.

The works will move to the western part of Plac Trzech KrzyżyCity Hall of Warsaw

Public transport on detours

The temporary organization of traffic will also cause changes in the running of Warsaw Public Transport buses. lines 109, 127, 171 (only in the direction of Powiśle) go straight along Aleje Jerozolimskie, then take the slip road of the Poniatowski Bridge to ul. Wioślarska and Ludna to reach their routes.

lines N33 and N83 at the intersection of Aleje Jerozolimskie and ul. Krucza, they will turn into Krucza and continue along Piękna, Myśliwiecka to Łazienkowska.

Current line routes 108 and 518 will be maintained – 108 will end its journey at the Książęca stop (at Kruczkowskiego Street), and 518 will reach the terminus at Emilii Plater. The stops Plac Trzech Krzyży 02, 04, 06, 07 will be suspended.

Messages regarding changes in public transport routes can be checked on the website Warsaw Public Transport. “Additionally, on the website of the Warsaw City Contact Center and in the 19115 application, you can order a free notification service about planned traffic disruptions and changes in communication” – added the town hall in a communiqué.

The changes will last until the end of April

According to the city’s announcement, this traffic arrangement will remain in place until the end of the month. In the “May” week, the intersection of Nowy Świat and Książęca streets will be completely closed, and WTP drivers and buses will take detours. After completion of these works, Nowy Świat in front of Plac Trzech Krzyży will again have two traffic lanes, including the restored temporary left turn into Książęca. Drivers will use one lane through the square to the south, and two lanes towards the de Gaulle roundabout.

Main photo source: City Hall of Warsaw

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