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During the UEFA EURO 2012TM Championship urban transport will be the most convenient means of transport for you. Gdansk possesses a well-developed network of bus and tram connections and the ticket prices are moderate.
You may travel around the city on board new drop-frame and ecological buses as well as the modern PESA trams. The same tickets are valid for both bus and tram lines. They may be purchased in Newsstands, automatic vending machines as well as from the driver.
The Szybka Kolej Miejska – SKM (Rapid Urban Train) operates in the Tri City and its surroundings. The SKM Rapid Urban Train connects the Host City Gdansk with Sopot, Gdynia and Rumia as well as Reda, Wejherowo, Lębork, Tczew and Słupsk. The transfer between Gdansk Główny – Gdynia Główna takes approx. 35 minutes. Tickets may be purchased at the station as well as in vending machines on the platforms of some of the SKM stations.
Specially organized urban transport will be in place for the duration of the Tournament, encompassing additional buses connecting the city center with the airport and the Stadium.
On 10, 14, 18 and 22 June – the match days – a shuttle bus line will be available from the airport to the centre of Gdansk. The shuttle buses will circulate about every 8 minutes and will carry 1,500 persons within one hour. The frequency may change depending on the number of chartered flights landing at the airport in Rębiechowo. The other shuttle bus line will have a route directly from the airport to the PGE Arena Stadium – but only about 3 hours before the match begins.
In the centre the fans will find: a tram line from ul. Jana z Kolna to the Kliniczna terminal and the SKM line to the Gdansk-Stadion station. The trams will circulate every 6 minutes and will carry 5,600 persons within each hour; the train will circulate every 7.5 minutes and will carry as many as 14,400 persons within an hour. Fans coming from Gdynia will get off the train at the Gdańsk-Politechnika station and will continue to the PGE Arena on foot.
Track the updates on the Polish Guide – more information will be available closer to the Tournament.
More information available at the City Transport Management Board in Gdansk website: www.ztm.gda.pl.
The same tickets are valid for both buses and trams. A single full-fare ticket (irrespective of the time of travel and the distance travelled) costs PLN 2.80. A nighttime ticket is PLN 3.80. You may also purchase a ticket valid for an hour that allows you to switch means of transport for its duration. It costs PLN 3.40.
One integrated ticket for urban transport, at a competitive price, valid throughout the Tournament in all the Host Cities of UEFA EURO 2012™, is available as a special Polish Pass offer designed for all football fans and tourists visiting Poland during the Tournament. Read more!
The City Transport Management Board in Gdansk websitewww.ztm.gda.pl
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