Two train stations in Pionki open for travellers!

A station located in the Mazovian Voivodeship has undergone a huge metamorphosis. We are talking here about PKP Pionki. The station is under conservation protection. Thanks to the investment, the facade regained its historical appearance and its former pearl-white colour scheme. However, the historically styled woodwork was painted green. The original architectural details, such as the roof attics, were also restored, and the external staircase was repaired. At the top of the façade on the city side, the railway symbol from the 1920s was restored. The surroundings of the station have also undergone a metamorphosis.

Nor should we forget Pionki Zachodni, which also underwent a metamorphosis at the same time. However, this station has a completely different style. The façade of the building has been given a more modern character thanks to the light colours of the plasterwork, with which the anthracite-coloured facade louvres harmonise. New on the facades are illuminated letters with the name of the station, as well as clocks on the facades on the city and platform side.

Thanks to the redevelopment, the Pionki and Pionki Zachodnie stations have become disabled and environmentally friendly, but also safe. Modern technical solutions have been implemented in the buildings, as well as an intelligent building management system (Building Management System).

At the stations, we have delivered and put into operation Collective Station Displays, Information Displays, a Public Address System, a Video Surveillance System, a Time Signalling System, an Access Control System, a Burglary and Assault Signalling System and a Summoning System.

Both investments were made as part of the Station Investment Programme with EU funding from the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment.

Fot. PKP S..A.