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Centre for Sports History opens in Lublin

The Centre for Sports History, a place to commemorate the history of sport in our city and region, will open at the city stadium. Lublin residents may get involved in its creation by offering souvenirs, photos or memories. more »

Intelligent Traffic Management System to be developed
Intelligent Traffic Management System will be developed in Lublin by the end of this year. It will include more than half of the city’s crossroads with traffic lights which will be redeveloped and connected via optical fibre network. This investment is a part of the Integrated Urban Public Transportation System which is the biggest EU project implemented by the City of Lublin. »

Lublin to be the first city with a safe school

Lublin is developing principles of proper behaviour in emergency situations at schools. Instructional films and procedures, being the pioneering solution in this field, will be available to all Polish schools and institutions. Only in Lublin about 10,000 people will undergo safety training courses.
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Lublin City Bike system comes back earlier

Krzysztof Żuk, Mayor of the City of Lublin, decided that the Lublin City Bike system will start with the first day of spring, i.e. on March 21. A total of 400 bikes deployed in 40 self-operating stations will be available to the cycling enthusiasts. We expect the Lublin City Bike to meet with an even greater popularity among the residents of Lublin this season.
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Mayor Krzysztof Żuk became the Member of the Board of the Union of Polish Metropolises and the Vice-Chairman of the Association of Polish Cities
Krzysztof Żuk, Mayor of the City of Lublin, was chosen as the Member of the Board of the Union of Polish Metropolises (UPM). Since March 4, he has been the PMU representative in the Joint Central Government and Local Government Committee and the Chairman of the Team for Infrastructure, Local Development, Regional Policy and Environment. Moreover, on March 5, the General Meeting of the Association of Polish Cities elected Mr Żuk as the Vice-Chairman of the Association of Polish Cities (APC). »

 

Trivia

Lublin is one of Poland’s three cities that still operate a regular trolleybus line. Other two cities are Tychy and Gdynia.
One of the Soviet ZIU trolleybuses owned by the Municipal Public Transport Company (MPK) was renovated in 2003. The old regular seats were taken out, and restaurant tables were installed, along with a small bar and toilets. The new version is called ZIUTEK and may be used for promotional activities.