Boguszów-Gorce Railway Station with the DYSTEN Real-Time Passenger Information System

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Real time passenger inforation system in Bogoszow Station

Railway Station Boguszów-Gorce

The modernization of the historic railway station PKP SA Boguszów-Gorce Zachód, located on the railway line 274 Wrocław Świebodzki – Görlitz, has been completed. The DYSTEN company supported the investment with a real-time passenger information system delivered to the station building. The system components have been designed and manufactured in accordance with the guidelines of IPI 6 PKP PLK. Moreover, the façade of the building has been renovated and its historical appearance has been restored. The interior has been adapted to the needs of travelers by eliminating architectural barriers for people with various types and degrees of disability. The immediate surroundings of the station were also taken care of by constructing a parking lot, installing a bicycle shelter and benches. See the Boguszów Gorce railway station after the changes.

A station with the DYSTEN Real-Time Passenger Information

Delivered, installed, and launched elements of the real-time passenger information system to the railway station in Boguszów-Gorce West:

  • Collective LCD TFT display – WZS55 Departures / arrivals with a built-in analog clock
  • Visual passenger information system – board management software
  • Passenger visual information system – operator station
  • Passenger voice information system – automatic announcements
    voice SAZ
  • Passenger voice information devices, including a controller and a microphone dashboard, amplifier, speakers

The modernization of the Boguszów-Gorce West railway station is part of the nationwide program of railway station investments for 2016-2023 implemented by PKP SA, under which almost 200 railway stations will be modernized and built from scratch throughout the country. In the Dolnośląskie Voivodeship, 19 stations were included in the Railway Station Investments Program. Most of them were supported by the DYSTEN passenger information system.