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The new, modern and ecological railway station in Czeremcha was opened to passengers by the Polish State Railways (PKP SA).
In place of the current train station in Czeremcha a new facility was built, built in the formula of the Innovative System Station. The building includes a waiting room, ticket office, public toilets, and room for a parent with a small child. The station has been equipped with solar collectors, energy-saving LED lighting, and heat pumps. Gray (rain) water recovery system was also used.
Station displays and Infokiosks
A modern passenger information system was also installed at the station
DYSTEN has provided a railway dynamic passenger information system that has been included:
- Station displays: departures / arrivals station displays WGS3X1 with a built-in analogue clock. Displays made in LCD TFT technology
- Interactive Infokiosk in LCD TFT technology
- Software for managing boards and passenger information locally
- PA system, including microphone desktop with mixer, amplifier, and accessories, speakers inside and outside the station
- Necessary servers and operator position
The investment cost of building a new railway station in Czeremcha is about PLN 13 million gross (approximately €3m). The investment was covered from the own resources of PKP SA and EU funds under the Operational Program Eastern Poland (POPW).
The station in Czeremcha is a transfer hub located at the Eastern Main Road connecting Olsztyn, Bialystok, Lublin, Rzeszow, and Kielce.
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