Arriva RP

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Arriva RP
FormerlyArriva PCC
Type Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością
Industry Public transport
Founded12 October 2007
Founder Arriva
PCC Rail
Parent Arriva
Website www.arriva.pl

Arriva Poland Sp. z o. o. is a Polish private rail carrier providing services in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian, Masovian, Pomeranian and Warmian-Masurian voivodships. It is a subsidiary of Arriva.

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History

The company was founded in 2006 as Arriva PCC, as a 50/50 joint venture between Arriva and PCC Rail. [1] In December 2007, Arriva PCC commenced a contract to operate all non-electrified passenger lines in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. [2] [3] [4]

In June 2009, PCC Rail's share was included in its sale to Deutsche Bahn. [5] In June 2010 Arriva bought Deutsche Bahn's shareholding and renamed the business Arriva RP. [6] [7] In December 2010 Arriva RP won a 10-year extension to its Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship contract. [8] [9]

In December 2013 Arriva RP commenced operating trains on four electrified lines in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship for two years with 12 existing trains. [10] [11] In September 2017, Arriva RP secured some open access paths in Poland. [12]

Services

Arrive RP provides a regional passenger service in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. Since December 2007, Arriva RP has run three main routes within the province, supplemented by a number of minor services. From 2009 to support the passenger traffic of the railway line No 207, Arriva RP began to run weekend trains between Bydgoszcz and Gdańsk. The holiday season also allows for seasonal connections to tourist destinations and seaside resorts in Pomerania and Warmia.

Routes operated

  1. ToruńChełmżaGrudziądzKwidzynMalborkStegna
  2. Toruń – LipnoSierpc
  3. WierzchucinLaskowice Pomorskie – Grudziądz – Jabłonowo PomorskieBrodnica
  4. BydgoszczWierzchucinTucholaChojnice
  5. KościerzynaCzersk – Wierzchucin – Laskowice Pomorskie
  6. Bydgoszcz – Kościerzyna – GdyniaWładysławowo
  7. Bydgoszcz – Kościerzyna – Gdynia – SopotGdańsk
  8. Grudziądz – Kwidzyn – Malbork – ElblągTolkmickoFromborkBraniewo
  9. Laskowice Pomorskie – Szlachta – Czersk – Bąk

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References

  1. PCC Rail unites with Arriva Today's Railways Europe issue 135 March 2007 page 53
  2. Market News International Railway Journal August 2007 page 465
  3. Arriva arrives in Kujawsko-Pomorskie Today's Railways Europe issue 140 August 2007 page 53
  4. Skåne springboard as Arriva expands Railway Gazette International 13 October 2007
  5. DB completes PCC Logistics purchase Railway Gazette International 22 July 2009
  6. Arriva Poland Arriva
  7. End for Arriva PCC Todays Railways Europe issue 168 December 2009 page 40
  8. Arriva awarded 10-year Polish operating contract Railway Gazette International 2 November 2010
  9. 10-year contract for Arriva Today's Railways Europe issue 184 April 2011 page 57
  10. Rail tender win for Arriva in Poland Arriva 2 July 2013
  11. Arriva RP goes electric Today's Railways Europe issue 218 February 2014 page 56
  12. Arriva secures open access paths in Poland Railway Gazette International 12 September 2017