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  • Infotip button
    When you click on the Infotip button, you activate tips for specific pages of the Portal. Descriptions are available by hovering over the question mark field (not visible with Infotip turned off). They contain tips about particular elements of the page, how to use controls and the meaning of the presented data.
  • Contrast button
    This button allows you to easily change the Portal′s layout to a high contrast version. The contrast set is saved in the page files and will be set each time you access the portal.
  • Keypad operation
    The Portal may be operated with keyboard only. Use Tab and Shift+Tab to jump to the next or previous item respectively. Use the arrows to move through the list items and toggle the yes/no fields. Enter button is used to confirm each selection, and allows you to start the connection search process regardless of the active control.
  • Changing the language
    The Portal can be used in two languages (Polish, English). The selected language will be saved in the page files and set each time you access the site.

Railway connection finder - The next item lists the topics available for this section. Use the up and down arrows to move to the next issues. The entire content of the issue will be read without the need to press the enter button and collapse/expand the content of the guide.

  • Station names
    Stations are suggested according to the context search method. The list of stations is shown after the first character is entered and is narrowed down after following characters are entered. If you select a station with an assigned triangle icon, it means that it is an on-demand only passenger stop. When using the portal with a keyboard, you can navigate through the list of retrieved stations using the up/down arrows. Use the Enter button to confirm selection of the station.
  • Passenger stop on demand
    These are the stations marked with a triangle icon. At such a passenger stop, to board a train, you should wait for the train in a place visible to the driver. To get off at such a passenger stop, you must inform the train attendant.
  • More search options
    Here you can change the default search engine settings and introduce changes according to your needs. You can, for example: set up your own transfer time, choose which Carrier you want to use, choose an intermediate station if you want to continue your journey in stages. Your selection will be remembered until the page is reloaded.

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  • Search results
    The screen presents the retrieved connections according to the search parameters you specified. It presents them in an abbreviated form, limited to only the most relevant Start and End Station Information. If the selected stations are assigned a triangle logo, it means that it is an on-demand only passenger stop. If there is an interchange station (or a wagon switching station), there is an additional pink button „Transfer”/„Direct wagon” that allows you to expand the section of a given connection. The expanded section shows details of arrival/departure times at intermediate stations and, among other things, the train number and the name of the carrier of the transfer train. The section with the description of a given connection also contains a context menu (three dots symbol) allowing to perform basic operations and two buttons allowing to buy a ticket for a given connection and go to the details of a given connection.
  • Connection details
    By displaying details of a given connection you can access full information on the train route station by station, the description of any possible inconveniences, changes in available services on the train, information about transfer connections and possible cancellations, substitutions or rerouting. The presented length of route, depending on the selected connection, it is: for domestic connections along its entire length, for international connections to the first station outside the Polish. The tab Route on map presents a graphic representation of the train journey on the map of Poland. The Connection Data tab allows you to view information about, among other things, the disabled facilities available at the departure and arrival stations.
  • Full train route
    With your selected connection presented station by station, you can click on the train number, then the full train route will be displayed, allowing you to check the full train schedule. To return to the previous screen, use the Back button.
  • Transfer connections
    There may be two types of transfer connections in the train path. Transfer connections on the route (available under the „S” button) describe situations when the viewed train is transfer-connected with another train. This means that this train must wait at a given station for another train with the shown number if necessary. This may cause delays. At transfer stations, another case of a transfer connection may be displayed in which the target transfer train is connected to the train being viewed. This ensures that the train will wait a set number of minutes in the event of a delay, thus increasing the likelihood of a successful transfer. Such announcements are displayed in pink text at transfer stations.
  • Facilities for the disabled
    On the Connection Data tab, when you expand the section for a particular station, you will see, among other things, information about Disabled Facilities. This data describes existing infrastructure that facilitates access to individual platforms, such as the presence of elevators and ramps. In the event of a failure of any of the infrastructure elements, appropriate information is displayed along with the expected dates of remedying the failure.
  • Disruptions assigned to the train
    Under the Disruptions button in Search Results, the obstructions that have been assigned to the selected train that may affect its delay are shown. Substitute transport information is also shown. With connections, for which the Carrier indicated the stops of the substitute transport, it is shown collectively. The Disruptions button in Connection Details shows the same obstructions with the details of their location, and in the case of substitute transport (if the information has been given by the Carrier) the information about the place of its stop is shown next to each station where the transport is provided.
  • Return journey
    Having the list of connections according to your selection criteria shown by the system, you can schedule a return trip using the options RETURN CONNECTION available under the drop-down list after moving the cursor and clicking on the three dots on the right side of the connection.
  • Buy ticket
    After clicking on the Buy Ticket button, a modal window opens, with the option „Separate” or „Shared Ticket”. „Separate” option – Buy Ticket button is active if the Carrier conducts online ticket sales and provides the possibility of redirection to the sales system, or conducts online ticket sales through BILKOM service. Presale of tickets in accordance with the regulations of the service that handles the purchase of the ticket (usually, at the earliest 30 days before the planned date of travel, and for selected international trains, purchase is available 60 days before the planned date of travel). „Shared Ticket” option –allows you to purchase a ticket for connections of Carriers included in the Joint Ticket service. The Shared Ticket service is available through BILKOM service and is covered by separate regulations.

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  • Station names
    Stations are suggested according to the context search method. The list of stations is shown after the first character is entered and is narrowed down after following characters are entered. If you select a station with an assigned triangle icon, it means that it is an on-demand only passenger stop. When using the portal with a keyboard, you can navigate through the list of retrieved stations using the up/down arrows. Use the Enter button to confirm selection of the station.
  • Statistics
    This section presents statistical data about the current situation on the tracks. Use the Infotip button to display a detailed description of the meaning of each chart and figures. The graphs are generated from the data that is updated approximately every 3 minutes.
  • Delays and disruptions
    You can search for delays and obstructions for a selected station or train route. You can also view all delayed trains at the current time, and see if there are any planned train obstructions at the station of interest. You will find this under the Messages tab. You can read about the obstruction by clicking on the Disruption Details button.
  • Messages
    The messages section shows the obstructions that have been assigned to the station. You can select the station, and after clicking on the arrow, a list of affected trains will be shown.

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  • Voivodship selection
    After loading the map, the system displays all trains in Poland. If you want to select a voivodship of particular interest to you, use the drop-down list of voivodships and confirm you selection by clicking on the voivodship name. Your last voivoidship selection setting will be saved.
  • Train composition icon
    If you click on the icon of the train of your choice, the entire route of the train will be shown, along with any obstructions on the route. If you hover the cursor over a train icon, you will get a set of basic train information in the window above the icon. When you click on the connection details button, you will be redirected to the appropriate tab. If you want to see only the train with the selected route on the map, click on the Point to Train button, while clicking on the Refresh button will get you back to the previous view.
  • Buttons on the map
    Using the buttons available on the map you can present Disruptions related to the introduced substitute transport, or weather-related Disruptions in the area of the country or a selected province, depending on your choice.

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  • Station names
    Stations are suggested according to the context search method. The list of stations is shown after the first character is entered and is narrowed down after following characters are entered. If you select a station with an assigned triangle icon, it means that it is an on-demand only passenger stop. When using the portal with a keyboard, you can navigate through the list of retrieved stations using the up/down arrows. Use the Enter button to confirm selection of the station.
  • Passenger stop on demand
    These are the stations marked with a triangle icon. At such a passenger stop, to board a train, you should wait for the train in a place visible to the driver. To get off at such a passenger stop, you must inform the train attendant.
  • Poster with or without background
    You can download each DEPARTURES-type poster in two versions - with a background (information is presented in the same way as at stations, i.e. on a yellow background) or without it (information is presented on a white background). ARRIVALS-type posters are only available without the background.
  • Timetable change
    We make changes to the timetable publicly available no later than 21 days before a new timetable becomes valid. Any timetable updates are published on the website once a week.
  • You cannot download the poster
    If after selecting a poster for a given station it does not load, check your browser settings to see if you allow pop-ups.

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  • Station names
    Stations are suggested according to the context search method. The list of stations is shown after the first character is entered and is narrowed down after following characters are entered. If you select a station with an assigned triangle icon, it means that it is an on-demand only passenger stop. When using the portal with a keyboard, you can navigate through the list of retrieved stations using the up/down arrows. Use the Enter button to confirm selection of the station.
  • Table number
    If you do not know the exact number of the destination board for which you want to download the timetable, you can use a drop-down list with suggestions. The system displays the list after the first digit is entered, and it is narrowed down accordingly after entering subsequent digits. Keep in mind that destination board numbers may begin or end with a letter. Upper case letters before the destination board number refer to the following connections: M - international, B - direct, P - pendolino, A - commuter. Lower case letters at the end of the destination board number refer to alternatives or details about the train board section without the letter.
  • Line number
    If you do not know the exact number of the line for which you want to download the timetable, you can use a drop-down list of suggestions. The system displays the list after the first digit is entered, and it is narrowed down accordingly after entering subsequent digits.
  • Timetable change
    We make changes to the timetable publicly available no later than 21 days before a new timetable becomes valid. Any timetable updates are published on the website once a week.

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  • At the station
    Stations are suggested according to the context search method. The list of stations is shown after the first character is entered and is narrowed down after following characters are entered. If you select a station with an assigned triangle icon, it means that it is an on-demand only passenger stop. When using the portal with a keyboard, you can navigate through the list of retrieved stations using the up/down arrows. Use the Enter button to confirm selection of the station.
  • Passenger stop on demand
    These are the stations marked with a triangle icon. At such a passenger stop, to board a train, you should wait for the train in a place visible to the driver. To get off at such a passenger stop, you must inform the train attendant.
  • By number
    You can show a train by entering its number. Train numbers are prompted when the first digit is entered and changed accordingly when subsequent digits are entered. After selecting the train number, its route is shown and after clicking on the arrow the connection details are shown.

List of stations - The next item lists the topics available for this section. Use the up and down arrows to move to the next issues. The entire content of the issue will be read without the need to press the enter button and collapse/expand the content of the guide.

  • Station names
    Stations are suggested according to the context search method. The list of stations is shown after the first character is entered and is narrowed down after following characters are entered. If you select a station with an assigned triangle icon, it means that it is an on-demand only passenger stop. When using the portal with a keyboard, you can navigate through the list of retrieved stations using the up/down arrows. Use the Enter button to confirm selection of the station.
  • Passenger stop on demand
    These are the stations marked with a triangle icon. At such a passenger stop, to board a train, you should wait for the train in a place visible to the driver. To get off at such a passenger stop, you must inform the train attendant.
  • Wheelchair icon
    When you click on the wheelchair icon, a window will be displayed containing the details of the Disabled Facilities. This data describes existing infrastructure that facilitates access to individual platforms, such as the presence of elevators and ramps. In the event of a failure of any of the infrastructure elements, appropriate information is displayed along with the expected dates of remedying the failure.
  • List of related connections
    After clicking on the arrow next to the selected station or after selecting a station, a list of connections to the selected station is displayed. The list of connections does not take into account the direction the train is going, so pay attention not only to the departure time, but also the connection. Clicking on the arrow in the section of a particular train will take you to the Details page for that connection.

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  • Relations
    After choosing a particular Carrier, a list of all connections in which the Carrier′s trains run is shown. If you want to limit the list of connections to those that contain the station you are interested in, fill in the „Station on the route” field.
  • Route/routes
    By choosing the connections you are interested in from the list of connections, you will go to the screen showing all routes on which trains run within the selected connections. This screen allows you to navigate to search results for trains of a given carrier on a given route. The search is performed for the current date and time, limited to the selected carrier only. Before going to the search results, you can narrow down your search using the station selection fields. The station selection can be changed using a drop-down list of stations. The lists suggest only stations on the selected route. The SEARCH button approves your choice and goes to the connections search engine page.
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