The “Solidarity” Transport Hub is the largest infrastructural investment in Poland. This mega airport is set to replace Warsaw Chopin (2027) and serve as the main transport hub for the country (with up to 45 m passengers annually). In July 2022, the first contracts with project engineers were signed. The estimated cost of the project is more than CHF 7 bn. It consists of three components: airport, road and railway. The airport component will absorb approx. half of this funding. Road investments will focus on three investments – the development of the S10 expressway and the A50 highway, as well as a widening of the A2 highway between Warszawa and Łódź. The transport hub is also set to generate massive investments in the Polish railway sector. It envisages the construction of almost 2 000 km high-speed railways in order to make the airport accessible from all major Polish cities within 2.5 hours’ time. The railway component is one of the biggest engineering projects in Central Europe.
The “Solidarity” Transport Hub Poland
An overview of Poland's mega airport project with its air, road and railway components
The “Solidarity” Transport Hub is the largest infrastructural investment in Poland. This mega airport will serve as the main transport hub for the country integrating air, motorway and railway elements.In our factsheet we give an overview on this project for Swiss infrastructure suppliers interested in this market.
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