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    We signed a contract for the exchange of approx. 40 thousand lighting fixtures throughout Warsaw. Owing to the new LED fixtures, the capital will be safer, and in times of constantly rising electricity prices, it will allow huge savings. The cost will pay off in two years owing to lower electricity bills only.

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    On 18 December, we celebrate the International Migrants Day established by the UN General Assembly. It is an important day for Warsaw, which is to a large extent inhabited by people with migration experience.

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    Soon, infrastructure adapted to zero-emission means of transport will be developed in Warsaw. The Warsaw Council has adopted a resolution on the construction of over 800 generally accessible charging points in the city.

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    The capital city supports talented students. As many as 115 students of secondary schools in Warsaw received SAPERE AUSO scholarships from the City of Warsaw for outstanding scientific, and creative achievements as well as social commitment.

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    In the fleet of the Municipal Bus Company (Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe) we already have a hundred electric buses, and by the end of the month their number will increase to 160. Warsaw remains in the lead of European zero-emission propulsions - only Moscow and London have more electric buses in their fleets.

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    Warsaw commemorates Andrzej Wajda, an outstanding director, honorary citizen of the capital city, honorary doctor of the University of Warsaw (Uniwersytet Warszawski). On the fourth anniversary of his death, a commemorative plaque was displayed.

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    Preparations for the Warsaw Climate Panel are about to start. Its culmination points will be meetings of panelists - the voice of the residents will be expressed by 80 to 100 people picked from among all adult residents of Warsaw.

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    The competition in which the residents of Warsaw chose the name of the new metro trains has ended. The fight was fierce, Warsaw residents gave almost 8,000 votes. The new rolling stock will be called "Varsovia".

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    The Mayor of Warsaw, accompanied by representatives of the insurgents and authorities, unveiled the monument to Captain Stanisław “Agaton” Jankowski. This is a part of the 76th anniversary of the outburst of the Warsaw Uprising.

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    The memorial tree was solemnly planted in Warsaw Insurgents Park. The foundation act of the Memorial Chamber was dug in its roots. This is a part of the 76th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising.

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    Warsaw prepared itself to this year’s commemoration in a different way as usual. Many events were not held in traditional form due to the pandemics. There is more space for personal reveries and individual celebrations.

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    The alarm sirens were activated on Saturday, 1st of August, and the whole city stopped for a minute to commemorate the Warsaw Insurgents. The representatives of authorities and uprising organizations commemorated the memory of the heroes at Gloria Victis Memorial in Powązki Military Cemetery.

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    Warsaw’s road construction workers from the Municipal Roads Authority have just reproduced Warsaw’s and Berlin’s coats of arms painted on a bike path at the junction of Niepodległości Avenue and Batorego Street. This is a piece of the capital city’s history and a testament to cooperation between the two partner cities.

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    The Municipal Transport Authority has begun placing stickers with QR codes on public transport stops. When put near the code, the smartphone displays the website with timetables for all types of transportation available at the given stop.

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    By 21 April the City of Warsaw disinfected almost 400 square metres of its area – around 1200 km of streets and 1108 bus shelters. The cost of the city's ozonation since the beginning of April has reached nearly PLN 280,000. We are disinfecting places with heavy pedestrian traffic.

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    "Warsaw, it's going to be fine" and "It's going to be beautiful again!" – these uplifting slogans bringing hope for a better future have been written on the walls next to the Centrum underground station. This is one of the four murals prepared as part of a non-profit initiative to lift the spirits of Warsaw's residence during the epidemic.

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    The Mayor of Warsaw is appealing to the Government to waive the ban on using city bike rental systems. Unlike other European countries, Poland introduced restrictions in the use of public bicycles.

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    22 April is the date of celebrating the World Earth Day. During this year's celebrations Warsaw is running the #DajZiemiOddech initiative, showing its residents how they can help our planet on a daily basis.

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    The Warsaw Public Transport is functioning normally. Over 1400 buses, 400 trams, Metro and Fast City Rail vehicles reach the streets of Warsaw each day. Our vehicles arrive on time. We also care about cleanliness, as they are regularly cleaned and disinfected.

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    The upward trend in the number of passengers using the Warsaw Public Transport has continued. In 2019 over 1.201 billion public transport rides were made in Warsaw and the metropolitan area, which corresponds to an increase by nearly 18 million passengers, relative to 2018.