New annual timetable 2020/2021


A new train timetable was introduced at midnight December 12/13, 2020. In most European countries timetables are changed once a year on the Saturday/Sunday night on the second weekend of December. Service facilities’ operators, i.e. passenger stations’ managers, are under obligation to publish a new timetable in advance.

Polish national infrastructure manager, PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe, plans to change this timetable four times during 2021. These four timetable changes will mainly be adjustments of train running hours to the ongoing modernization works on the railway network. These timetable changes will enter into force on the following dates:

  • March 14, 2021
  • June 13, 2021
  • August 29, 2021
  • November 7, 2021

The detailed changes to the timetable have to be announced to travellers on the infrastructure manager's website at least 21 days before their entry into force. At least 10 days in advance to the introduction of timetable changes, appropriate information should appear on posters or boards at train stations, platforms or passageways to platforms. The new timetable should also be available on the rail carriers' websites, although regulations do not indicate how far in advance it should be published.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and epidemic restrictions passenger demand is lower. Thus some of the trains which are included in the new annual timetable will be launched at later dates. Before planning or starting your trip, we recommend checking the timetable for the day.

In accordance with epidemic and sanitary regulations, when you are in public transport you should cover your mouth and nose with a mask, scarf, snood or protective helmet. Passenger rail services which are crossing the external border of the European Union are suspended until December 27, 2020.


PKP PLK, Polish infrastructure manager, official online timetable:

Electronic station timetable posters are available:

New network timetable:

Passenger carriers' websites and helpline phone numbers can be found on the UTK Polish website (click the logo of the appropriate carrier).

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