Mobility and Transport

Poland - Investments and infrastructure

Poland - Investments and infrastructure

Poland
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Country information

  • Overall country rank: 24
  • Area (1000 km2): 313
  • Nominal GDP 2017 (million €): 465 605
  • Population 2017 (million): 37.97
  • Expenditure per head on transport-related items 2016 (€): 800

Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) CEF funding

  1. New technologies and innovation: 5 projects totalling €3,458,037
  2. European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS): 1 project totalling €292,979,264
  3. Single European Sky – SESAR: 3 projects totalling €12,100,759
  4. Intelligent Transport Services for road (ITS): 3 projects totalling €123,931,677
  5. Pre-identified projects on the Core Network corridors and other sections of the Core Network: 23 projects totalling €3,688,732,172

Modal split of passenger transport

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Modal shares in % of passenger-km of passenger transport on land.
Source: DG MOVE estimates based on Eurostat, ITF, UNECE and national data, 2015.

Modal split of freight transport

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Modal shares in % of tonne-km of freight transport on land.
Source: Eurostat, DG MOVE estimates, 2015.

Investments and Infrastructure

Investment in transport infrastructure has a huge potential in boosting growth and jobs. Member State performance is measured here in indicators such as the perceived efficiency of transport services and progress towards completion of the TEN-T core network.

Investments and Infrastructure

  • Rail

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    Rating based on a survey by the World Economic Forum evaluating frequency, punctuality, speed and price of train services, using a scale from 1 (extremely inefficient, among the worst in the world) to 7 (extremely efficient, among the best in the world). EU value is calculated as a simple average.

    Source: World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report

  • Maritime

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    Rating based on a survey by the World Economic Forum evaluating frequency, punctuality, speed and price of seaport services, using a scale from 1 (extremely inefficient, among the worst in the world) to 7 (extremely efficient, among the best in the world). EU value is calculated as a simple average.

    Source: World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report

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    Rating based on a survey by the World Economic Forum evaluating frequency, punctuality, speed and price of air transport services, using a scale from 1 (extremely inefficient, among the worst in the world) to 7 (extremely efficient, among the best in the world). EU value is calculated as a simple average.

    Source: World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report

  • Road

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    Rating based on a survey by the World Economic Forum, using a scale from 1 (extremely poor, among the worst in the world) to 7 (extremely good, among the best in the world). EU value is calculated as a simple average.

    Source: World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report

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    Length of the TEN-T Road Core Network completed at the end of the respective year, compared to the total, including planned sections and sections to be upgraded. The statistics reflect the official maps contained in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1315/2013. The term completed refers to "existing" infrastructure, which doesn’t necessarily mean that infrastructure requirements, as stated in the above mentioned regulation, are already implemented. The time horizon for the completion of the TEN-T Core Network is 2030. Therefore the categories "completed", "to be upgraded" and "planned" give a rather general overview as defined by Member States, since there is no systematic definition of these categories at EU level. Some data discrepancies might be observed across Member States, due to the geographical position and size of the transport infrastructure network of the countries concerned.

    Source: DG MOVE TENTec

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    Length of the TEN-T Conventional Rail Core Network completed at the end of the respective year, compared to the total, including planned sections and sections to be upgraded. The statistics reflect the official maps contained in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1315/2013. The term completed refers to "existing" infrastructure, which doesn’t necessarily mean that infrastructure requirements, as stated in the above mentioned regulation, are already implemented. Time horizon for the completion of the TEN-T Core Network is 2030. Therefore the categories "completed", "to be upgraded" and "planned" give a rather general overview as defined by Member States, since there is no systematic definition of these categories on EU level. Some data discrepancies might be observed across Member States, due to the geographical position and size of the transport infrastructure network of the countries concerned.

    Source: DG MOVE TENTec

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    Length of the TEN-T High Speed Rail Core Network completed at the end of the respective year, compared to the total, including planned sections and sections to be upgraded. The statistics reflect the official maps contained in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1315/2013. The term completed refers to "existing" infrastructure, which doesn’t necessarily mean that infrastructure requirements, as stated in the above mentioned regulation, are already implemented. Time horizon for the completion of the TEN-T Core Network is 2030. Therefore the categories "completed", "to be upgraded" and "planned" give a rather general overview as defined by Member States, since there is no systematic definition of these categories on EU level. Some data discrepancies might be observed across Member States, due to the geographical position and size of the transport infrastructure network of the countries concerned.

    Source: DG MOVE TEN-Tec

  • Inland Waterways

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    Length of the TEN-T Inland Waterways Core Network completed at the end of the respective year, compared to the total, including planned sections and sections to be upgraded. The statistics reflect the official maps contained in Annex I of Regulation (EU) No 1315/2013. The term completed refers to "existing" infrastructure, which doesn’t necessarily mean that infrastructure requirements, as stated in the above mentioned regulation, are already implemented. Time horizon for the completion of the TEN-T Core Network is 2030. Therefore the categories "completed", "to be upgraded" and "planned" give a rather general overview as defined by Member States, since there is no systematic definition of these categories on EU level. Some data discrepancies might be observed across Member States, due to the geographical position and size of the transport infrastructure network of the countries concerned.

    Source: DG MOVE TENTec

  • Horizontal

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    Timeliness of shipments in reaching destination within the scheduled or expected delivery time, rated from "hardly ever within schedule" (1) to "nearly always in schedule" (5). EU value is calculated as a simple average.

    Source: World Bank Logistics Performance Indicators