In Poland, the transport company PKP Intercity, which specializes in intercity passenger transportation, will ban free travel for Ukrainian refugees from July 1.
Until June 30, citizens of Ukraine can travel free of charge to cities located on the eastern border of Poland, as well as to: Chelm, Dorogusk, Lublin, Grubeshov, Przemysl, Zaguzh, Yaroslav and Rzeszow.
Free travel for citizens of Ukraine in the 2nd class of economy trains of categories TLK and IC were introduced on February 26 this year. PKP Intercity was the first railway carrier to provide such an opportunity. Until the last days of June, more than 2.3 million citizens of Ukraine used the services of PKP Intercity.
This May has become a record month in the company’s history. In the first five months of this year, more than 20 million people have used the services of an intercity carrier.