This is what the new CPK air-rail hub in Poland will look like

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Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) has presented the architectural concept for the new airport and integrated railway hub in Poland. The railway station will serve the airport, but will also act as a national transport hub, integrating rail connections from major cities in Poland.

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Author: Esther Geerts

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3 comments op “This is what the new CPK air-rail hub in Poland will look like”

Jeremy McCool|12.07.23|04:22

Great imagery on Polish International Airport & Rail Terimus. Very exciting to see such a project. I do hope it takes off! Please excuse my play on words!

Oktavian Zamoyski|21.08.23|17:41

I don’t see barriers between the train and the platform. Is that going to be the case? Apart from the risk of people falling on the tracks and getting killed, there is the effect it could have on travel. If someone were to fall in, an investigation could cause severe problems for travelers.

Of course, other airports suffers the same problem, but since this is a greenfield project, I might expect barriers to be put in place. Consider the Elizabeth line at Heathrow.

Oktavian Zamoyski|21.08.23|17:47

Anyway, very cool project and arguably necessary to cement Polish economic prosperity and political and national security. Also great for the entire CEE region as it would become their own major transport hub. Without a major hub, a region is effectively demoted to peripheral status, and the last thing Poland and the CEE need is to operate as the periphery of Germany and Russia instead of as a region in its own right, which it is and always has been in essence, if not always in practical terms.

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This is what the new CPK air-rail hub in Poland will look like

CPK

Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) has presented the architectural concept for the new airport and integrated railway hub in Poland. The railway station will serve the airport, but will also act as a national transport hub, integrating rail connections from major cities in Poland.

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Author: Esther Geerts

Former Editor RailTech.com

3 comments op “This is what the new CPK air-rail hub in Poland will look like”

Jeremy McCool|12.07.23|04:22

Great imagery on Polish International Airport & Rail Terimus. Very exciting to see such a project. I do hope it takes off! Please excuse my play on words!

Oktavian Zamoyski|21.08.23|17:41

I don’t see barriers between the train and the platform. Is that going to be the case? Apart from the risk of people falling on the tracks and getting killed, there is the effect it could have on travel. If someone were to fall in, an investigation could cause severe problems for travelers.

Of course, other airports suffers the same problem, but since this is a greenfield project, I might expect barriers to be put in place. Consider the Elizabeth line at Heathrow.

Oktavian Zamoyski|21.08.23|17:47

Anyway, very cool project and arguably necessary to cement Polish economic prosperity and political and national security. Also great for the entire CEE region as it would become their own major transport hub. Without a major hub, a region is effectively demoted to peripheral status, and the last thing Poland and the CEE need is to operate as the periphery of Germany and Russia instead of as a region in its own right, which it is and always has been in essence, if not always in practical terms.

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