The Roztyly bus terminal has undergone “cultivation”. Shelters, information boards and greenery have been added

The Roztyly bus terminal has undergone “cultivation”. Shelters, information boards and greenery have been added
The Roztyly bus terminal has undergone “cultivation”. Shelters, information boards and greenery have been added
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In addition to the electronic departure panels, a P+R parking lot for 100 cars was created.

Builders have completed the construction of a new administrative building near the Roztyly metro station. But the surroundings of the building, which make up the bus terminal, have also changed.

The individual departure platforms for the long-distance lines, which are located along the new building, have new modern shelters. New benches and trash cans have been added.

The station is managed by the ROPID organization, which provides routine maintenance, cleaning and information for passengers.

At the station, she had an overview diagram of the terminal with a list of individual lines and an electronic departure panel showing the nearest departures of individual lines added.

In addition to the modification of the long-distance transport stops, a new roofing of the platforms for the PID lines was created directly in front of the exit of the metro station, which was provided by the transport company.

The seven-story administrative building was built by Passerinvest Group. In the future, another Sequoia office building will connect to it, and 600 apartments are also planned.

The Roztyly Plaza building has 330 underground parking spaces for tenants and 100 for the P+R parking lot.

Passerinvest Group is also negotiating with the transport company about possible cooperation in the modernization of the metro station.

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