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    Eco cards for the users of electric cars and the possibility of free charging, free parking spaces for bicycles, mopeds and motorcycles – these are the main changes included in the new Regulations for the Park & Ride Facilities adopted by the Warsaw City Council.

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    The new facility is due to improve the accessibility and the quality of health services in the field of primary healthcare, mental health, oncology diagnostics and gastroenterology diagnostics. It took two years to put up the new healthcare centre at Gen. M.C. Cooper St.

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    In view of the residents, Warsaw is doing really well. It is a safe and clean city with good transport connections and a broad range of cultural, sports and leisure activities. Warsaw residents also feel that they are well-informed, and that they are part of the decision-making processes. This is confirmed by the results of the Warsaw Barometer Survey.

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    We are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Christmas - we decorate our Christmas trees, cook dishes and buy gifts.

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    The streets of Warsaw will be lit up again by Christmas illumination on Saturday, 9 December. When strolling along Krakowskie Przedsmieście, the Old Town and Podzamcze, residents of Warsaw, thanks to the prepared attractions, will have an opportunity to admire luminous decorations and feel the Christmas atmosphere of the capital.

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    The most beautiful time of the year – Christmas – and the preceding 6 December gift-shower are coming. Warsaw is preparing for these festivities and invites its residents to participate in the many attractions starting 2nd December.

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    The first snow and night frost – these is irrefutable evidence that winter is coming to Warsaw. At the time, free-living cats are in special need for the kindness of Warsaw residents. Let’s remind everyone how we can easily help them survive winter.

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    The Municipal Water and Sewerage Company (MPWiK) signed an EU co-funding agreement to extend the water supply and sewer network in Warsaw. The Company will spend more than one billion zlotys on new projects.

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    Who rode only chestnut horses? Where furniture was stored? Which place oozed the smell of freshly baked bread for more than a century? Where can you still find signboards in Cyrillic script? Who made exhibits for the 1937 Paris exhibition? A walk in the Praga district can be very informative.

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    The ice-skating season at municipal ice rinks is now open. The first rink is available in the Targówek District. The remaining facilities are due to join soon. A total of sixteen ice rinks will operate in the 2017/2018 season.

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    A campaign promoting Warsaw’s tourist assets has gained recognition abroad. The campaign, involving a series of testimonials given by foreigners, has won a prize at the prestigious ART&TUR International Tourism Film Festival in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal.

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    The Warsaw 19115 City Contact Centre celebrates four years of operation. During that time, the residents contacted it nearly 1,300,000 times. It receives a call every 1.5 minutes on average. The conversations with consultants lasted in total 147,351 hours.

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    Christmas illuminations are being installed The City has already started to install Christmas illuminations. By the end of November, a distance of 20 km along the streets of the city will be decorated for Christmas.

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    The capital won first place in the Sustainable Development of Local-Government Units Ranking and the Local-Government Ranking of the most dynamic enterprises. The ranking is compiled on the basis of economic, social, and environmental indicators.

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    A growing number of automatic public conveniences is opened in Warsaw's public space. There are six new conveniences currently available to residents and tourists. They are located in the Śródmieście and Żoliborz Districts. More facilities are due to be built.

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    Training courses on the use of smartphones and mobile apps for 1,000 blind and partially sighted residents of Warsaw have started. The next stage will involve co-financing the purchase of smartphones. The City will allocate at least PLN 1 million for this purpose.

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    This year Warsaw focuses on new tools in tourism which will allow reaching potential tourists. The capital partnered with ArrivalGuides – the world's tourist industry leader – which made it possible to update information about our city and make it more appealing.

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    130 articulated electric buses will soon roll out in Warsaw. The European Union will provide PLN 180 million for their purchase.

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    This is a true record! On 29 October, there were only 692 dogs in the “Na Paluchu” Animal Shelter! This is a tremendous success, with Warsaw pets being its main beneficiaries.

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    promo On 31 October the Mayor of Warsaw Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz signed a resolution on care service standards for ill and disabled residents in their homes.