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Warsaw Public Transport in summer - changes

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Some changes have been introduced in Warsaw public transport for holidays. The timetables of several dozen bus lines have changed, trams and underground run differently.

Holidays - time when noticeably fewer people travel by Warsaw Public Transport vehicles, which is why the Public Transport Authority has adapted the number of connections to the current needs of residents. The holiday changes will apply until August 31st.

Buses

During the holidays there are no buses of several lines. Between peak hours, buses of selected lines have been suspended. Some lines have changed routes and timetables.

Trams

Trams arrive at stops with a changed frequency – during peak hours every 5 or every 10 minutes, and every 7.5 minutes or every 15 minutes during off peak hours.

Underground

On weekdays underground trains in the morning and afternoon run on the first line every 2 minutes and 50 seconds, and on the second line every 3 minutes and 30 seconds.

Szybka Kolej Miejska

For SKM trains, the timetable introduced on 12th June applies.

Current timetable.

Source: https://um.warszawa.pl/-/warszawski-transport-publiczny-w-wakacje-1