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On Sunday, April 2, a papal march will take place through the streets of Warsaw. Participants will set off before noon, but Rondo Dmowskiego will be closed from about 9 am.

The Warsaw march will start on the 18th anniversary of the death of John Paul II on April 2 at 11 am at Rondo Dmowskiego. Then, the participants will walk along the following streets: Marszałkowska, Królewska, Plac Piłsudskiego and Krakowskie Przedmieście, to the Archdiocesan Cathedral at ul. Świętojańska 8.

Rondo Dmowskiego will be closed from approx. 9.

“On the route of the march, there may be temporary suspensions of traffic. If it is impossible to pass, trams and buses will be directed to detour routes. The police may operationally decide to close traffic in these places” – informs the capital city hall.

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Possible changes in communication

Between 9 am and 8 pm there may be difficulties in the operation of Warsaw Public Transport vehicles in the vicinity of the march route.

If the passage through the R. Dmowskiego roundabout is blocked, trams of the following lines: 4, 7, 9, 15, 22, 24, 35 and 78 will be directed to shortened or detour routes. Lines 4, 15, 35 and 78 will bypass the Al. John Paul II. Tram lines 7, 9 and 22 on the downtown side will reach pl. S. Starynkiewicza, and in Praga 7 and 22 to Wiatraczna, and 9 and 24 to al. Zieleniecka.

The impassability of Marszałkowska Street from the R. Dmowskiego roundabout (without obstacles on the roundabout) to Królewska Street will result in the introduction of changes for tram lines 4, 15, 35 and 78. They will then go to al. John Paul II.

At the same time, during the day, as successive sections of the march route are closed to traffic, there may be difficulties in the operation of buses: 106, 107, 109, 111, 116, 117, 127, 128, 131, 158, 171, 175, 178, 180 , 222, 503, 507, 517, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522 and 525.

Similar marches on Sunday will also take place along the streets of Krakow and Szczecin.

Main photo source: Warsaw City Hall

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