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Passenger News

Overview 2015 


  • 11 Aug 2015
    The Belarusian Railway develops a new passenger route Minsk–Warsaw via Grodno

    The Belarusian Railway aims at making travel by rail within Belarus and abroad more attractive for passengers.

    For that purpose, it cooperates with the Polish Railway Lines at developing a new route Minsk – Grodno – Bialystok – Malkinia – Warsaw with a change at Grodno station. The route will be opened in December. The existing route Grodno – Bialystok – Malkinia will be extended up to Warsaw.

    The train will depart from Grodno to Poland at 07:06 a.m. and will arrive to Warsaw at 11:29 a.m., bypassing Bialystok (at 08:02 a.m.) and Malkinia (at 09:40 a.m.).

    The passengers travelling by interregional trains No. 631, 609, 623, 634, which connect Grodno with Minsk, Gomel, Mogilev and Vitebsk, will be able to change for the train to Poland at Grodno station.

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