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Intermodal Metropolitan Station - Presentation


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In the coming EU financial perspective of 2014-2020, Lublin authorities are planning to continue very dynamic investment policy. Now, however, time has come to modernize and integrate the regional communication network. The project involves rearrangement of the current train station area and construction of a bus station in the direct neighborhood.

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Intermodal Metropolitan Station - Presentation

  1. 1. Intermodal Metropolitan Station
  2. 2. City location............................................................................. 3 Lublin in numbers ................................................................... 4 Intermodal Metropolitan Station of Lublin........................... 5 Urban Planning Conception .................................................... 7 About the project .................................................................... 8 Important locations ................................................................ 11 Project surroundings............................................................... 12 Additional potential location for hotel.................................... 14 Road transport........................................................................ 16 Rail transport .......................................................................... 17 Lublin Airport........................................................................... 18 Flight destinations.................................................................. 19 Academic Centre ..................................................................... 21 Lublin hotel market................................................................. 22 Highlights of the Lublin Region.............................................. 23 Contact..................................................................................... 27 Table of contents
  3. 3. Lublin in Poland and Europe EUROPE POLAND LUBLIN VOIVODESHIP Lublin Lublin Germany Czech Republik Slovakia Ukraine Belarus Lithuania Russia Poland Latvia LublinLublin
  4. 4. 340’727 Lublin City Population 715’000 Lublin Metropolitan Area Population 147 km2 Lublin City Area 67’315 Number of Students 5’639 Number of Foregin Students 9 Number of Higher Education Institutions 43’922 Number of Registered Companies 367 mln PLN 2015 Investment Budget of Lublin City 154’000 m2 7,5% Unemployment RateModern office stock 5 Lublin in numbers
  5. 5. Transportation is one of the crucial public services provided to the community by local authorities. Its organization and accessibility testifies to the quality of living in a given metropolis. The greater and more developed the urban center, the more urgent become any investments related to the public communication network. With the ever expanding suburban sprawl, not only do inhabitants expect convenient access to community buses and trains but also fast connection with the city center from more and more distant areas. More than ever before a well-organized, extensive transportation network is becoming a solution to high traffic density, long commuting time and excessive pollution levels. The local authorities of Lublin City in Poland carry out a very dynamic investment policy. Between 2011-2014 the annual investment budget has been increased almost threefold and reached a total of 480 millions EUR, over 50% of which comes from European Union subsidies. Over 25% of this, i.e. more than 150 millions EUR, goes to the improvement of transportation quality. First and foremost, the Lublin Airport was opened in December 2012 which served almost 940 000 passengers since opening. Moreover, construction works are close to completion at the city ring road and express road towards Warsaw. Finally, in the city itself, new buses and trolleybuses were purchased, electronic passenger information system at bus stops was introduced, trolleybus overhead wiring was replaced and extended to reach new districts of the city. Not only these, but many more convenient solutions were implemented which translated into a massive increase in the number of passengers turning to community transportation instead of cars. In the coming EU financial perspective of 2014-2020, the city authorities are planning to continue this policy. Now, however, time has come to modernize and integrate the regional communication network. The project involves rearrangement of the current train station (PKP) area and construction of a bus station (PKS) in the direct neighborhood. At present, the two stations are located at a considerable distance from one another which makes travelling via Lublin more difficult. In the same time, it also causes organizational dilemmas for the municipal transportation since it requires the two centers of transportation to be connected with the city in an equally intensive way. Integating the entire passenger traffic in one place would not only facilitate interconnecting and commuting to the suburbs and neighboring towns but also improve the internal municipal community transportation system. The goal of the new investment project, which is referred to as the Construction of Metropolitan Intermodal Station, is to provide modern and convenient infrastructure for the new bus station next to the existing Railway Station. The related opportunities for financial investors are ample: the building will be located next to a major transportation hub and the Local Spatial Management Plan for the area allows a great variety of activities to be located there. Therefore, it will be possible to consruct a medium-size shopping mall, office spaces and accommodation facilities. The present document illustrates the fundamental assumptions of the project. 6 Intermodal Metropolitan Station of Lublin
  6. 6. Aerial picture
  7. 7. 8 4.1UC(U,KS) Total Area: approx.36 000 m2 Land development rate: 60-90% Development intensity: 2.0 – 4.0 Maximum height: 231 m above the sea level Dedicated for: shopping centers with an area above 2000 square meters and services pertaining to culture, healthcare (excluding hospitals and sanatoriums), retail, gastronomy, handcrafting, science and higher education 4.1KA(KS) Total Area: approx. 30 000 m2 Land development rate: <90% Development intensity: <2.0 Maximum height: 193 m above the sea level Dedicated for: stations, interchanges, public transport; with permission for communications services and parking 4.1UC(U,KS) 4.1KA(KS)
  8. 8. About the project Scope of the project The investment project presented here for your consideration involves financial contribution for the construction of a new Lublin Bus Station together with a modern shopping mall, office space as well as some hotel premises. The investor together with the municipality and a developer will create a special-purpose entity. As a result, the profit will be earned chiefly out of lease agreements signed with tenants. Rationale behind the project It is located in the vicinity of new business and leisure infrastructure such as City Stadium and Fair and Exhibition Center (see pp. ). Moreover, it is planned in an immediate neighborhood of the Lublin Railway Station and the two are to be integrated into a major transportation hub, often referred to as Intermodal Metropolitan Station. Therefore, it is pictured as the main point of interconnection for the passengers travelling to, from and via Lublin. On one hand, it will allow to gather all forms of transportation under one roof and facilitate passenger traffic. On the other hand, it will regenerate the derelict area of Railway Station surroundings thus rendering them attractive for traders, businesspeople and other kinds of stakeholders seeking new opportunities. It will above all be exceptionally well-connected with both city center and city suburbs which is a rare case in other locations. 9
  9. 9. 10 Project visual illustration
  10. 10. Arguments for… a) Shopping Mall b) Office Space The model of locating railway and bus stations in a direct vicinity of a shopping mall have proved successful in various Polish cities, including Cracow and Katowice. The passengers waiting for a connection turn into natural customers in search of sorts of entertainment, be it a shopping spree or beautician’s cabinet. The City of Lublin is becoming more and more popular with inter- national corporations acting in the modern business services As of today, the demand exceeds the supply in this respect. One of the crucial factors considered by the potential tenants is the This puts the presented project in a leading position. c) Hotel The growing number of visitors will surely impose on investors the construction of new accommodation premises. One advantage of the presented project is the vicinity of the transportation hub on one hand, and such facilities as the new City Stadium and Fair and Exhibition Center on the other hand. Another plus is there is no other hotel in the area. The new building will therefore be situated in a very favorable place for retail space tenants, modern business services companies and travelers willing or forced to stay overnight in the city. Costs The total value of the presented project is estimated at 600 millions PLN (140 millions EUR). 11
  11. 11. Old Town Lublin Airport Felicity Galeria Zamek Galeria Lubelska Tarasy Zamkowe Galeria Olimp Ikea Lublin Plaza Tesco Galeria Orkana Project location Important locations Shopping malls Project location 12 Important locations
  12. 12. Aqua Lublin Distance from the future bus station: 1.1 km Aqua Lublin was finished in 2015. It is equipped with a mobile bottom floor, which is divisible into smaller areas thanks to special constructions. In the new building, there is leisure pools, spa, sauna, bio therapy as well as fitness club and a restaurant. The platforms has seat for 2100 viewers. The new complex is integrated with the existing community swimming pool and ice skating rink at Al. Zygmuntowskie St. The value of the investment reaches 26 mln EUR. Arena Lublin Distance from the future bus station: 0.8 km The Stadium was built in September 2014. The building is dedicated to football games and its capacity reaches 15,500 seats. The infrastructure is also capable of hosting concerts, fairs, festivals and other major municipal events of considerable scale. Aside from the new stadium itself, the project involved the construction of new access roads, including a new bridge on Bystrzyca River. The value of the investment reaches 37 mln EUR. The value of the road works reach another 35 mln EUR. 13 Project surroundings
  13. 13. (Targi Lublin S.A.) - 14 Lublin Fair and Exhibition Center Distance from the future bus station: 0.3 km Targi Lublin S.A. is the only fair and exhibition centre in eastern Poland with such extensive facilities and professional staff. The facility hosts over 30 fairs yearly as well as congresses, confe rences, trainings and other occasional events, such as banquets, concerts and art shows. As a result of the expansion project completed in 2012, Targi Lublin S.A. currently boast a total indoor exhibition surface of 10,800 m2, 2 conference rooms for 150 people each, facility adapted to organizing conferences for 1500, external exhibition area of 5 000 m2 as well as 500 new parking places. Lublin Railway Station Distance from the future bus station: 0.1 km Lublin Railway Station is the most important railway station in the city. It is sometimes referred to as Lublin Główny (Lublin Main), to distinguish it from two other (much smaller) stations located in Lublin. The main station building was opened in 1877, together with the Vistula River Railroad, which connected Warsaw with Kovel (Lithuania). The station serves trains running on the three significant passenger lines radiating from Lublin: the line to Warsaw, the line to Chełm and the border with Ukraine, and the line to Przeworsk. It is one of the busiest stations in eastern Poland, with over 50 train departures on a typical day.
  14. 14. Lublin Fair and Exhibition Center Railway Station Arena LublinArena Lublin Lublin Railway Station 15 Aqua LublinAqua Lublin Additional potential location for hotel
  15. 15. 16 Location: Lublin, Piłsudskiego/Lubelskiego Lipca '80 St. Owner: Municipality of Lublin Plot area: 0,79 ha Buildings: Former police station, suggested demolition Purpose: Surroundings: Hotel Aqua Lublin, Lublin Railway Station, Arena Lublin, Lublin Fair and Exhibition Center Additional potential location for hotel Piłsudskiego/Lubelskiego Lipca '80 Legal status: In November 2015, court rejected the request for annulment of the resolution of the expropriation made by the former owners of property
  16. 16. 17 A2 motorways, expressways and ring roads - in use motorways, expressways and ring roads - under construction motorways, expressways and ring roads - bidding process motorways, expressways and ring roads - planned motorway and expressway numbers functioning railways Special Economic Zone Lublin Airport SEZ The main traffic artery in the region is the national road no. 17 connecting Lublin with Warsaw from the west and with the Ukrainian border from the east. The Kurów - Lublin – Piaski section of this road has the expressway status (S17). The remaining sections of the S17 expressway project between Warsaw and Lublin has been accomodated in the "National Road Construction Programme for the years 2014-2023”. The project has been divided into 4 sections which the investor (GDDKiA) plans to complete by 2020. The S19 expressway connecting Lublin with Rzeszów and thus with A4 motorway is also planned to be completed by 2020. Currently, the western bypass of Lublin is being built under this investment project scheduled for completion in 2016. Road transport
  17. 17. 18 Fot.PKPIntercity For Lublin, the most important railway line is line no. 7, connecting the city with Warsaw. Modernization of this route planned for 2020 between Lublin and Otwock will reduce travel time to hour and a half. The trains will reach a speed of 160 km/h at 90% of the Deblin - Lublin section of this route. Dart electric multiple units designed and built by Bydgoszcz Pesa will begin to run on the Warsaw-Lublin route as early as December 2015. They will improve significantly the comfort of traveling on this route. Lublin has also a good rail connections with other major Polish cities: Katowice (ca. 5h), Kraków (ca. 4h), Poznan (5h 40 min), Szczecin (9h), Gdansk (ca. 8,5h), Wrocław (ca. 8h), Bydgoszcz (6,5h) and Rzeszów (ca. 3h). Moreover, the direct train connection allows for accessing the Lublin Airport from the city centre within 15 minutes. Rail transport
  18. 18. 19 The Lublin Airport was officially opened on December 17th, 2012. Built from the ground up, it is not only the youngest but also the easternmost airport of the European Union. Since November 2014 there is a fixed border crossing at Lublin Airport. In 2015, Lublin Airport carried over 3 700 flight operations and has served more than 265 000 passengers. It is worth mentioning, that in 2015 WizzAir opened their new operational base at Lublin Airport. At the moment the Lublin Airport serves the fallowing international destinations: London Stansed, London Luton, Dublin, Oslo Torp, Doncaster Shieffield, Glasgow, Frankfurt on Main, Stockholm, Eindhoven. Charter flights are scheduled to holiday resorts like Burgas. Undeniably, the greatest success of all so far has been the opening of connections to Frankfurt, one of the biggest aviation hubs in Europe, and cooperation with Lufthansa in this respect. The number of destinations and flight operations is expected to grow: the 11 000 sq.m. terminal is able to serve four B738/A320 class planes in the same time. Lublin Airport is conveniently located only 12 km from the Lublin city center. Moreover, it is possible to access the airport by train in just 15 minutes, directly from the terminal to the downtown Lublin. Port Lotniczy Lublin (The Lublin Airport) is a joint-stock company with a seat in Lublin. It is owned in 100% by local governments: Lublin City, Lublin Voievodeship as well as City and Poviat of Swidnik. With approx. 60% of shares the Lublin City is the major shareholder. The total cost of the investment amounts to 110 mln EUR. Lublin Airport
  19. 19. Flight destinations direct flights charter flights LUBLIN Oslo Glasgow Burgas Frankfurt EindhovenLondon Barcelona Dublin Stockholm DoncasterLiverpool
  20. 20. Business and Administration 8 667 Medicine and related 9 479 Informatics Engineering and Technology 5 119Languages 3 835 Social 7 339 Architecture and Construction 2 869 Protection and Security 2 931 Other 16 467 Students of Lublin universities by subject areas of education. 21 Source: Central Statistical Office, 2016 Lublin is the biggest academic centre in Eastern Poland. There are five public universities of international renown and several private colleges whose students come from Poland and abroad. Over 67,000 people study in Lublin, including over 5,600 foreigners. The large number of students makes Lublin a city full of young and dynamic people whose creative potential is used to the benefit of the city by various research centres and companies looking for new technologies. In the academic year of 2015/16 in Lublin Region, the most popular faculties were those related to Medicine and related, which attracted 14,1% of students. 12,9% students selected Business and Administration programmes and 10,9% chose Social faculties as their major. Among the least popular programmes there were Biology (1,2% students) and Social Care (0.8%). Academic Centre of Eastern Poland Law 4 189 Education 3 539 Data Communications Technologies 2 881
  21. 21. Ukraine 3 728 Belarus 204 Taiwan 427 USA 172 Norway 144 Saudi Arabia 123 Spain 57 Other 503 Foreign students by sex and country of origin 22 Source: Lublin City Hall, 2016 France 98 Thailand 72 Indie 45 Czech Republik 33 Pakistan 33 The city is becoming more and more popular with foreign students. Strategy and Investor Relations Department of the Lublin City Hall carries out a programme Study in Lublin ( whose aim is to attract foreigners to the city. Results of such campaigns are becoming more and more visible – the number of foreign students is rising and has reached 5,639 in the academic year 2015/2016. Thus Lublin is among the first three Polish cities in terms of rate of internationalization of students. In the foreign students community, 21,9% people study at the Medical University of Lublin. 35% of them come from Taiwan, 14% from the USA, 11% from Norway and 10% from Saudi Arabia. Such countries as India, Spain and Canada are also represented. The largest number, almost 70% foreigners, are citizens of Ukraine and Belarus. They, however, mostly choose social and human sciences, economy and engineering.
  22. 22. 23 29 Number of hotels 1’444 Number of hotel rooms 258’955 Number of hotel room nights sold 51% Occupancy Source:, Christie + Co, HAM 47% 17% 36% 10-30 31-100 101+ Source:, Christie + Co, HAM 73% 17% 5% 3% 1% Hotel room supply in Lublin by category Hotel room supply in Lublin by size of the hotel Lublin hotel market
  23. 23. Highlights of the Lublin Region
  24. 24. 26 The Janów Podlaski Stud, established in 1817, is the oldest state owned and operated horse stud in Poland and also one of the most beautiful in Europe. Despite the name, the stud is situated two kilometers from Janów itself, in a village called Wygoda. Picturesquely set amidst lush meadows, along the border river Bug, Janów Podlaski is undeniably a true "equine paradise". Although it is the breeding of purebred Arabians which has made Janów Podlaski famous worldwide, the Stud's many achievements in Anglo-Arabian breeding are also worthy of recognition. Each summer, Janów Podlaski Stud hosts the famous Arabian Horse Days. This year’s event will take place on 15-19th of August 2014. The list of horses entered for the “Pride of Poland and Summer Arabian Horse Auction” together with a video catalogue is available online at the Stud’s website. Arabian Horse Days in Janów Podlaski
  25. 25. 27 Kazimierz Dolny is a small town in the western part of Lublin Voivodeship, on the right bank of the Vistula river. As one of the most beautifully situated little towns in Poland with perfectly preserved Renaissance architecture and medieval urban plan, it is a considerable tourist attraction. It enjoyed its greatest prosperity in the 16th and the first half of the 17th century, due to the trade in grain conducted along the Vistula. It became an economic backwater after that trade declined, and this freeze in economic development enabled the town to preserve its appearance. Since the 19th century it has become a popular holiday destination, attracting artists and summer residents. Today, it is an art center in Poland. Many painters retreat to this small town to paint and sell their work. Galleries can be found in almost every street, offering for sale sculptures, stained-glass, folk art, and fine art. Kazimierz Dolny
  26. 26. 28 Zamosc is a town in southeastern Poland, situated in the south-eastern part of Lublin Voivodeship. The historical city centre was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992. In the view of UNESCO, "Zamosc is a unique example of a Renaissance town in Central Europe, consistently designed and built in accordance with the Italian theories of the "ideal town" on the basis of a plan which was the result of a perfect cooperation between the open-minded founder, Jan Zamoyski, and the outstanding architect, Bernardo Morando. Zamosc is an outstanding example of an innovative approach to town planning, combining the functions of an urban ensemble, a residence, and a fortress in accordance with a consistently implemented Renaissance concept". Zamość
  27. 27.  pl. Litewski 1, 20-080 Lublin  +48 81 466 25 00  Strategy and Investor Relations Department Lublin City Hall Contact Lublin!