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Warsaw. Renovation of Popiełuszki Street. Impediments. detours

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Road workers will start work in Żoliborz on Friday evening, June 30. They will cause difficulties. The section from Gojawiczyńska Street to Grunwaldzki Square will be closed to traffic. Buses will also be different.

The milling of Popieluszko Street will begin on Friday, June 30, at 10 p.m., and will end – as declared by officials – on Monday, July 3, at 4 a.m. During this time, the western carriageway from Krasińskiego Street (together with the intersection) to the square will gain a new surface Grunwaldzki.

Closed street, no parking available

The road will be closed during the renovation. Drivers driving along Popiełuszki Street from Słowackiego Street will be required to turn into Gojawiczyńska Street. In the further section towards Plac Grunwaldzki the road will be impassable.

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The exit from Gojawiczyńska to Popiełuszki will also be closed – those moving in this direction will be directed to Kłodawska Street. It will also not be possible to enter the renovated road from the car parks located in front of the buildings of Popiełuszki 1 and Popiełuszki 3.

Exits from Sady Żoliborskie Street and the internal road located opposite will be possible to Krasińskiego Street – only in the direction of Broniewskiego Street. The Krasiński intersection with the milled roadway will be closed to traffic. The exit from Krasińskiego on the other side of the intersection will be allowed only to the active, eastern carriageway of Popiełuszki Street towards Słowackiego Street.

How to bypass ongoing work?

It will be possible to avoid the difficulties by driving from Powązkowska Street along Krasińskiego and Broniewskiego Streets to Grunwaldzki Square and Popiełuszki. From Krasińskiego Street, from the side of Plac Wilsona, you can follow Popiełuszki, Słowackiego and Włościańska Streets to Broniewskiego, where only the right exit is valid. From Marymoncka Street, it will be possible to avoid the works by Słowackiego Street to Plac Wilsona, Mickiewicza Street and Wojska Polskiego Avenue to Grunwaldzki Square.

Detour of the closed section of Popiełuszki StreetCity Hall of Warsaw

Pedestrians will also experience difficulties. During the works, the passages at the school of the Sisters of the Resurrection will be closed. The lanes between the carriageways of Krasińskiego Street (at the very intersection) will be closed, but you will be able to cross at the level of Sady Żoliborskie Street. One of the crossings across the road of Popiełuszki Street will be closed throughout the weekend – to the Fr. Popiełuszki 04. The second one will be closed for a few hours only. During this time, passengers will only be able to go to the east side of the street.

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Public transport on detours

Changed routes will be used by buses 114, 222, N13, N46 and N63.

Lines 114 and 122 in the direction of Młociny and Osiedle Górczewska, they will avoid difficulties by going from Plac Wilsona, along Mickiewicza Street, through Plac Inwalidów, Aleja Wojska Polskiego and Broniewskiego, and line 122 still along Krasińskiego Street. In the direction of Gwiaździsta and Bródno-Podgrodzie, buses will run along Krasińskiego Street (only 122), Broniewskiego, Popiełuszki and Krasińskiego Streets.

Night lines N13 and N63 in the direction of the Central Railway Station will be directed to Armii Krajowej Avenue, Słowackiego Street, Wilsona Square, Mickiewicza Street, Inwalidów Square, Wojska Polskiego and Jana Pawła II Avenues. From Mickiewicza Street, the N46 will also run towards the station. Trams will run as usual.

During the closure of the street, stops Sady Żoliborskie 05, ks. Popieluszko 05, 06, Suzina 02, Pl. Wilson 06.

Read also: Redevelopment of an important street in Bielany. Changes for drivers from Saturday

Renovation of Perzyńskiego Street and traffic changes Artur Węgrzynowicz / tvnwarszawa.pl

Main photo source: City Hall of Warsaw

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