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Warsaw. When will trams run on the new route to Sielka?

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The first tests have already been carried out, and soon trams with passengers will run on the new route to Sielka. Just more test runs, training and regulations. The city announces a preliminary date. Tram line 11 will run along the new route, connecting Sielce with Bemowo.

“We have completed night test drives on the new route on Spacerowa and Gagarina. Two Hyundais were running on Sielka until the morning, and there were also technical trams. More test drives are ahead of us, and the opening of line 11 is coming soon,” Tramwaje reported on Thursday on the X platform Warsaw.

“The opening is fast approaching”

The entry was further shared by a TW spokesman, commenting: “It is no secret that the opening of the tram on Spacerowa and Gagarina is fast approaching. Last night, trams similar to those used by passengers were running on the new route. More tests, training and regulations will follow in the following days. See you next week”

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This was also confirmed by the mayor of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski, who posted photos from the evening tests of the new section of the tram route.

“The capital also works at night! For example, testing a new tram route in Sielka. Hyundai trams ran test runs on Goworka, Spacerowa and Gagarina streets last night – now without passengers, but this will change next week,” Trzaskowski wrote.

During rush hours every eight minutes

Tram line 11 will run along the new route, connecting Sielce with Bemowo. The trams will run from the intersection with Czerniakowska Street, Gagarina, Spacerowa, Marszałkowska, Nowowiejska, Chałubińskiego, Prosta, Kasprzaka, Wolska, Powstańców Śląskich streets to the Nowe Bemowo loop. During rush hours, trams will arrive every eight minutes.

Main photo source: Warsaw Trams





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