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During the Easter holidays, Warsaw buses, trams, metro and SKM trains will run according to changed timetables. The first adjustments will come into force this weekend with trading Sunday, i.e. April 1 and 2.

As every year, public transport in the capital will adapt to the festive rhythm and fewer passengers. The capital city hall has already announced the first changes.

April 1-2 (Saturday and Sunday)

On the weekend before Easter, buses (except local lines – “L”) and trams will run according to the Saturday timetable. Bus lines 190, 509 and 517 will come to stops more often, and tram lines 27 and 28 will serve longer trains. In addition, trains on both metro lines will run more frequently on Sunday.

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On Saturday and Sunday, a special C40 bus line will be launched, connecting the Metro Młociny loop with all gates of the Northern Cemetery.

April 3-5 (Monday – Wednesday)

On these days, Warsaw Public Transport vehicles will run unchanged, i.e. according to the weekday timetable. Only on Wednesday, additional lines 114 will be suspended (performed only on academic days).

April 6-7 (Thursday and Friday)

SKM buses and trains will run according to the weekday timetable; the frequency of trams will change – during peak hours from four minutes to five and from eight minutes to 10 a.m., and off-peak from six minutes to 7.5 and from 12 to 15. Metro trains during rush hours will arrive at stations every 2 minutes 50 seconds on the line M1 and every 3 minutes and 30 seconds on M2; The following lines will be suspended: 196, 200, 320, 332, 339, 356, 379, E-2. School courses of the following buses will be suspended: 114, 121, 142, 150, 152, 163, 164, 201, 211, 226, 401, 502, 522. Short courses of line 518 to the Metro Marymont terminus will be suspended. Bus lines: 105, 106, 125, 131, 135, 194, 226, 500, 509, 523 will run with changed frequency. Buses of the L24 line will take a shortened route (Zgoda – Kazimierzowska).

April 8 (Holy Saturday)

On this day, buses, trams, metro and SKM will run according to the Saturday timetable. Lines 196, 200 will be suspended, and a special timetable will apply for line 193.

In addition, a special C40 line will be launched, connecting the Metro Młociny loop with all gates of the Northern Cemetery. Tram lines 27 and 28 will serve longer trains.

April 9-10 (Easter)

Buses, trams, metro and SKM will run according to the holiday timetable. The following lines will be suspended: 13, 28, 31, 102, 107, 117, 118, 119, 125, 126, 129, 139, 156, 168, 182, 187, 188, 193, 196, 200, 201, 219, 221, 222, 226, 228, 233, 234, 249, 256, 512, 514, 516, Z76. Trams and buses: 1, 2, 9, 17, 22, 33, 106, 109, 112, 122, 133, 136, 141, 152, 153, 165, 170, 172, 177, 189, 194, 207, 212 , 218, 255, 263, 523, 527 will run with changed frequency. Trams of line 78 will run on the route Os. Górczewska – Pl. Narutowicz. Buses 131 will go to the Sadyba terminus, and 521 on the Falenica-Wiatraczna route. Buses of the line 134 in selected routes will reach the Augustów bus stop, and the bus line 154 will go to the Installers bus stop (in the direction of P+R Al. Krakowska). Line 164 will be withdrawn from the section between EC Siekierki and Wilanów. Buses of line 218 will reach Spartańska stop. Buses of line 251 in selected courses will reach the Botanical Garden stop. The ramps of bus line 735 to the Kupiecka stop will be suspended.

April 11 (Tuesday)

Buses and SKM trains will run according to the weekday timetable. Trams and metro will run according to changed timetables – such as on April 6 and 7. The following lines will be suspended: 196, 200, 320, 332, 339, 356, 379, E-2. School courses of the following lines will be suspended: 114, 121, 142, 150, 152, 163, 164, 201, 211, 226, 401, 502, 522. Short courses of line 518 to the Metro Marymont terminus will be suspended. Bus lines: 105, 106, 125, 131, 135, 194, 226, 500, 509, 523 will run with changed frequency. Line L24 will run on a shortened route (Zgoda – Kazimierzowska).

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