Opening of the modernized Bus Station

On 7th of November, bus station in Wrocław will be available for passengers in a different form. The modern building which meets commuting needs of the region will service even 5.4 million of commuters yearly.

Bus station is a part of Wroclavia, a multifunctional shopping mall and office park. At the same time, it is the only underground bus station in Poland. Thanks to this feature, using the bus station is comfortable irrelevant of the weather conditions. Unibail-Rodamco – a company leading in managing real estates in Europe – is responsible for construction of the bus station. There are 15 bus standpoints located on the -2 Level which can be used by 1000 vehicles daily. On the 0 Level, in the main hall of bus station, there are cash desks and waiting rooms for the commuters. Moving round the levels will be possible by escalators and lifts. Digital boards will inform about bus departures and arrivals. Luggage boxes, ATMs, and vending machines with beverages and snacks will be available too.

“This is a modern and well-applied facility which will meet the commute needs of the region fully. We are prepared to service 5.4 million commuters yearly, which is more than the current demand. This is why I invite carriers using other departure points, especially carriers from the most-crowded bus stop at the Dawida Street, to use the facilities of Wrocław Bus Station” says Krzysztof Balawejder, the president of Polbus PKS which is the operator of bus station.

The temporary bus station will not be removed yet; however, its function will be changed. It will function as stopping place for buses. It will also be used by some foreign carriers.

The new bus station will be open for the passengers 24 hours a day. It can be accessed by the entrance at the Sucha Street and through Wroclavia shopping mall.




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