Efficient use of railways has always affected the countrys economic development. Thanks to the european funds, the railroad can invest in both the creation of a rich and interesting offer for passenger transport and competition with road transport in the field of freight. The development of this industry is part of the pro-ecological policy and, by investing in innovative and technologically advanced systems, takes care of the safety of all railroad participants.
With the rapid development of new technologies, human mobility has grown to a very important social issue. We spend many miles each day using various forms of transportation and the ability to move comfortably affects the rest of our lives. Car-sharing, bike-sharing, intermodal transport and modern mobile applications allow for completely new travel arrangements.
We are aware that Polish cities, if they want to develop and become modern agglomerations attractive to residents, tourists and business, must learn to think of public transport in a systematic way. Integrated public transport must be easily accessible to all groups of passengers (including the disabled and the elderly), attractive and energy efficient. We help cities and metropolis create a communication system based on modern technology, and at the same time user-friendly
By the infrastructure we understand those elements of the human life environment that did not come naturally. We mainly think of long-term and multi-million-dollar investments that have enabled transportation – roads, railways, bridges, navigable rivers. However, we do not forget about transmission infrastructure systems focused on providing the necessary resources such as power and telecommunications. None of these systems can and will not function in isolation from others. The awareness of these interdependencies is at the heart of our professionalism.
Modern aviation in Poland faces many challenges, especially in terms of setting investment priorities and adapting to the rules and transformations throughout the European Union. A clear strategy for both the efficient management of the available infrastructure and the attention to the experience of passengers will be crucial for the further development of this area in the coming years.