Optimal layout of high speed railway lines in Poland

Tadeusz Wójcicki

DOI: 10.21858/msr.41.01

Vol. no: 41

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There are currently several isolated sections of high-speed rail (HSR) lines in Poland, and a number of plans have been developed to build more HSR lines. Unfortunately, these plans are unstable, fragmented, and, moreover, controversial on many points. Thus, there is concern that their findings are not appropriate, which could ultimately lead to the creation of an inconsistent and non-functional network of these lines.