PolskiBus moves to Łódź Fabryczna railway station

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PolskiBus has announced that it will be moving its Łódź stop from Łódź Kaliska to Łódź Fabryczna railway station. The change will come into effect on 14th of February.

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Starting from 14th of February, low cost bus carrier PolskiBus will be arriving and departing at the new Łódź Fabryczna railway station in the center of the city. Buses will no longer go via Łódź Kaliska.



– We’re constantly increasing the quality of our service and looking for new solutions to improve the comfort of travelling for our Passengers. Therefore we’re changing our stop in Łódź to the new station Łódź Fabryczna. It’s a high-tech bus and train station in the center of the city, which gives our Passengers the possibility to plan a further journey with a comfortable change or reach any local destination with the urban transport. We hope that all Passengers will enjoy this change and travel with us from and to Łódź even more gladly – says Piotr Pogonowski, Director of Marketing and Communications PolskiBus.com.

The bus stop change comes into force from 14th of February 2017. Electronic display boards on the station will inform Passengers about the time of departure and the number of platform. Changes apply to all Polski Bus routes going through Łódź: P3 line Warsaw – Berlin ZOB, P4 line Warsaw – Wrocław/Prague and P12 line Gdańsk – Rzeszów/Vienna. Departure and arrival hours remain as before.

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