Poland’s Central Communication Port airport and railway station plans revealed

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By Grzegorz Adamczyk
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The architectural concept for the Central Communication Port (CPK) was revealed on social media, showcasing visualizations of the airport and railway station.

The Polish minister responsible for the development, Marcin Horała, highlighted that this achievement is the result of collaboration among several hundred esteemed architects and engineers from Poland and around the world.

“The project is being handled by the British firm Foster+Partners, with the involvement of 250 top specialists from various countries. We are building the future of Poland,” Horała tweeted on Thursday.

An accompanying video, lasting just under two minutes, presented visualizations of the airport terminal and railway station, along with simulations illustrating the different stages of the Central Communication Port’s development. The airport construction will employ a regular modular approach, aimed at streamlining the process and optimizing costs.

Grant Brooker, a senior executive partner at Foster+Partners, described the CPK as a fully integrated transportation hub that will be the first impression for travelers arriving in Poland. The project aims to capture the essence of Polish landscape, culture, craftsmanship, and technology.

The modern airport is planned to be built on an area of approximately 3,000 hectares, located 37 kilometers west of Warsaw. Upon its completion in 2028, a nearby railway junction will be inaugurated, alongside the implementation of High-Speed Rail between Warsaw and Łódź.

Further railway investments are planned in the coming years, with the ultimate goal of reducing travel time between the capital and major Polish cities to a maximum of 2.5 hours.

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