Białoczerwoni will take up the representation of the Netherlands at the National Stadium on Thursday. The match will start at 8:45 PM, but difficulties can be expected sooner. The best way to get to the stadium is by public transport. It will be free on this day.
In hours 18.30 – 20.45 the area of Saska Kępa will be excluded from individual traffic, with the exception of vehicles of persons with SK ID badges, ZTM vehicles, taxis and two-wheeled vehicles. Buses will run here on the main routes.
The Poland – Netherlands match. How to get to the stadium?
On the way to the PGE Narodowy stadium, it is best to choose the metro – trains on the second line arrive at the stations with a frequency of about 4 minutes. Efficient access will also be provided by Szybka Kolej Miejska and Koleje Mazowieckie, as well as trams running over the Józef Poniatowski Bridge.
From 6.30 p.m. until the end of the delivery of fans, in the event of the closure of Sokola Street from Zamość to Wybrzeże Szczecińskie – buses 102, 125 and 202 will go along Targowa and Kijowska streets to the Dworzec Wschodni (Kijowska) terminus, and 146 and 147 along the Wybrzeże Szczecińskie and Zamość.
If J. Zamoyskiego, Zamoście and Sokola streets are closed, detour routes will be introduced for lines: 102, 125, 135, 146, 147, 202 and Z-1. Buses 102, 125, 202 and Z-1 will run along Targowa and Kijowska Streets to the final stop at Dworzec Wschodni (Kijowska), 135 Targowa, and 146 and 147 al. Zieleniecka.
Return from the Poland – Netherlands match
After the game, around 10.30 p.m., in the event that the Józef Poniatowski bridge and Aleje Jerozolimskie between Gen. Ch. de Gaulle and the J. Washington roundabout (the decision is made by the police), trams and buses will be directed to the detour routes. The trains of lines 7 and 25 will travel across the Śląsko-Dąbrowski bridge. The tram lines 9 and 24 on the Śródmieście side will stop at pl. S. Starynkiewicza, and in Praga, on the Ratuszowa-ZOO terminus. On the other hand, trams of line 22 on the side of Śródmieście will reach pl. S. Starynkiewicza, and in Praga they will run in the Wiatraczna terminus – … – al. Zieleniecka – al. Washington – Wiatraczna.
A replacement bus line Z-9 will be launched on the route: Zawiszy Square – Al. Jerozolimskie – Nowy Świat – Al. Ujazdowskie – Trasa Łazienkowska – Łazienkowski bridge – Wał Miedzeszyński – Zwycięzców – Saska – al. J. Washington – Wiatraczna.-
Buses: 111, 117, 158, 166, 521, N22, N24 and N72 will bypass the closed section of the route by the Łazienkowski Bridge.
ZTM announces that after the match from the Washington roundabout (stops 03 and 04, respectively), additional buses will be launched on the 111 buses to Gocław and 509 to Winnica. In addition, the frequency of the second metro line to the Trocka and Bemowo stations will be increased.
Additional trams of lines 9 and 26 will depart on the following routes: 9- Gocławek – … – al. J. Washington – al. Zieleniecka – Targowa – Ratuszowa – Jagiellońska – Ratuszowa ZOO; 26-Aleja Zieleniecka – Targowa -… – Piaski.
Public transport for free
It is worth remembering that Thursday, September 22, will be the European Car Free Day. Warsaw will also be celebrating. Therefore, on that day, buses, trams, metro and SKM and WKD trains will be available for free.
Main photo source: WTP