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Recent Changes in Polish Transport Policy

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Poland is an interesting example of a country whose transport policy is under radical modification. The operation of changing policy configuration is in accordance with economic transformation, namely from centrally planned to marketoriented economics. This paper reviews (1) the criticism of the former transport White Paper, Polityka transportowa; (2) major parliamentary documents qualifying the present approach to transport; (3) the new and completely revised approach to restructuring and privatization of railways; (4) changes in the programme of motorway construction; (5) other legislative changes in road transport; (6) ownership transformation in Polish Airlines LOT and liberalization of air-borne traffic in Europe; and (7) changes in maritime shipping. One aspect of the Polish transport policy is that the state has almost withdrawn from urban level policy development.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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