Changes of geographical environment and those of the socio-economic phenomena
Górka Z. (red), 2003, Changes of geographical environment and those of the socio-economic phenomena, Prace Geograficzne, z. 112.
Recenzje: Marianna Kozanecka, Tadeusz Zawora
Język publikacji: angielski
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Present state of urban rail transport networks in Poland and its prospects
Dotychczasowy rozwój sieci miejskiego trensportu szynowego w Polsce a jego perspektywy
Summary: in his paper the author showed direction of the urban rail transport (the MTS) development in Polish cities since the end of the 19th c. to the present epoch. Basic stages of this development, those before the 1st World War, 1919-39, 1939-45 and the post-war period were presented on examples of the cities of Wrocław, Poznań, Warsaw and Cracow. The crucial projects were also considered. In the second part the author deals with the future of the rail transport in Polish cities against the West-European experiences. He criticizes the present transport policy realized in Poland. Finally, the author shows two extreme scenarios of the MTS further development and express an idea, that the MTS will be an opportunity to improve the poor transport situation in Polish cities if the transport networks are modernized and the transport policy is changed.
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): city, rail transport, tram, underground, transport policy
Prace Geograficzne, 2003, z. 112, s. 183-194.
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