A new tram road of the Kraków Fast Tram (KST, stage IV) of approx. 4.5 km will connect Mistrzejowice with the intersection of Meissnera and Lema Streets, which will reduce the travel time to the city center by approx. 12 minutes. The passengers will use the connection in 2024. It is the first time that such a large transport project is implemented in the model of public-private partnership (PPP) in Poland. The entity responsible for the project on behalf of the city is Kraków Municipal Road Authority (ZDMK).
New tracks, convenient bus stops, sidewalks, bike lanes and new roads
Travel time to the city center reduced by approx. 12 min., frequency: approx. every 90 sec.
Multi-level interchange adapted to the needs of all residents
Financial progress 0%
Progress of design works 60%
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Fewer trucks, a quiet bus fleet, narrow roadways – these are some of the assumptions to reduce road noise along the new tram route to Mistrzejowice. We have recently announced that adjustments to reduce the acoustic nuisance associated with car …Więcej
Number of noise barriers reduced along the project!
Fewer noise barriers, more greenery – these design changes respond to the needs voiced by Kraków’s residents. The ideas include limited traffic on Meissnera Street, electrified bus fleet or the use of a noise-reducing surface. The tram route to Mistrzejowice …Więcej
Near Barei roundabout a rain garden will be created
It soaks up rainwater like a sponge, thanks to which it helps prevent creation of the so-called urban heat islands. Such a rain garden will be created near Barei roundabout as part of Tramway to Mistrzejowice (KST IV) the construction …Więcej
According to the schedule or how a project clock ticks
What are the three basic goals of any construction project? Complete the investment, stay within the budget and meet the deadlines. A project implementation schedule helps in achieving the third one. It is prepared long before the day one at …Więcej
How will the Mistrzejowice tram terminus be altered?
Convenient access to housing estates, quite a lot of greenery, new lighting – this will be the new look of the Mistrzejowice terminus. The tram terminus in Jancarza Street, constructed in the 70s, is going to undergo an extensive reconstruction. …Więcej
An information system or how will I know when the tram arrives?
There will be displays showing the estimated time of arrival of trams on each stop on the route to Mistrzejowice. Traffic Tram Supervision System (TTSS) is the source of this practical information. Time is money so we appreciate modern technologies …Więcej
A surface with improved parameters will boost noise protection
The contractor of the tram route to Mistrzejowice will apply a special mineral-asphalt mixture to reduce traffic noise even more effectively. Together with other solutions that suppress noise and vibrations, it will ensure everyday comfort for the residents. The so-called …Więcej
How will the tunnel in the area of Polsadu roundabout be constructed?
The tunnel in the central part of the tram route to Mistrzejowice requires the heaviest workload in the project. It will be constructed with the use of the top-down method on diaphragm walls. Here is an overview of individual steps. …Więcej