More passengers using trains in Poland: officials
PR dla Zagranicy
The number of rail passengers in Poland rose 3.8 percent last year compared to 2016, officials have said.
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The increase was the second highest in Europe, according to Poland’s Office of Rail Transport (UTK).
A total of 303.6 million passengers used rail services in Poland last year, the office said.
Finland had the biggest increase in passengers in 2017, with a rise of 4.4 percent, according to the office.
Freight transport also shot up last year in Poland. The total mass of cargo transported by rail was the highest in five years, the Office of Rail Transport has previously said.