The next station implemented under the Railway Station Investments Program was handed over to passengers. The new building of the railway station in Malczyce has not only regained its historical appearance but has also been adapted to the needs of travelers and the needs of the local community. On the ground floor is a waiting room, a room for parents with children, toilets, and a police station. An electronic ‘train station arrival departure board’ and a voice information system have been installed in the passenger service space. On the first floor of the building, there will be a public library run by the local government. Architectural barriers have been removed in the building and the facility has been adapted to the needs of travelers with disabilities.
In one opinion, the station is comfortable, safe, rebuilt with attention to detail and historical character – as the PKP group informs.
The modernized railway station in Malczyce is another investment of this type in the Dolnośląskie Voivodeship, co-financed by European Funds under the Infrastructure and Environment Operational Program. Investments in clean transport help to solve the problems with high levels of gas emissions and are in line with the European Green Deal plan. Poland is achieving cleaner, cheaper and healthier rail transport thanks to activities such as the modernization of railway lines, the purchase of modern rolling stock, and a thorough renovation of railway stations.
So far, as part of the Railway Station Investments program for 2016-2023, nine stations have been made available to travelers in the Dolnośląskie Voivodeship after the reconstruction: Żarów, Zgorzelec, Chojnów, Święta Katarzyna, Siechnice, Smardzów Wrocławski, Strzelin, Jawor and Malczyce. Most of them have been equipped with the DYSTEN Dynamic Passenger Information System.
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The railway Passenger Information System by DYSTEN, tested and approved by PKP PLK, was installed at the railway station in Malczyce.
The scope of work included:
Moreover, DYSTEN will produce passenger information devices for the stations of the Lower Silesian voivodeship in Wałbrzych Główny, Boguszowice Gorce, Kąty Wrocławskie and Smolec.
photo: Resources of the Malczyce Commune – source