Koleje Mazowieckie

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Koleje Mazowieckie - KM
Sp. z o.o.
Ltd.
Industry Rail transport
Founded 2004
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Area served
Masovia
Key people
Artur Radwan
CEO
Owner Masovian Voivodeship
Website www.mazowieckie.com.pl

Koleje Mazowieckie (Masovian Railways) is a regional rail operator in the Masovian Voivodeship of Poland.

History[edit]

The company was founded in 2004 as a joint venture of the Masovian Voivodeship, with 51% shares, and the, then government-owned, PKP Przewozy Regionalne, with 49% shares, to handle local passenger traffic in the Voivodeship. It started operating on 1 January 2005. Since the end of 2007 Koleje Mazowieckie has been fully owned by the Masovian Voivodeship.

Rolling stock[edit]

At the beginning the rolling stock consisted of old electric multiple units taken over from PKP. These were gradually modernised, and further units purchased second-hand from other operators. Later on, the company purchased or leased new rolling stock. As of 2010 the Koleje Mazowieckie had just under 200 PKP class EN57, five EN71 and two EW60.[1] Additionally the company purchased seven DB Class 627 railcars and four 628 diesel multiple units to serve on non-electrified routes.

In 2008 the company bought 10 modern Stadler FLIRT EMUs and 26 Bombardier Double-deck Coaches along with 11 cab cars. At the beginning, Koleje Mazowieckie leased 11 EU07 electric locomotives from PKP Cargo to work these trains, since 2011 they are pulled by TRAXX P160 DC purchased from Bombardier.

In 2011 the company bought 16 PESA ELF EMUs designated class EN76 and 4 SA135 DMUs also from PESA.

As of April 2012, the company owns, leases, or hires the following rolling stock:[2]

Class Image Cars per set Type Top speed Number Builder Built
km/h mph
EU47 EU47 002 Sloneczny, Gdansk Glowny.JPG N/A Electric locomotive 160 99 11 Bombardier 2011
111Eb 111Eb-001, Przekazanie KM push-pulli Pesy, 2016-01-13.jpg N/A Electric locomotive 160 99 2 PESA SA 2016
EN57 EN57AKM-1601, Siedlce Wschodnie, 2014-08-21 (Muri WK14).jpg 3 Electric multiple unit 110 68 185 Pafawag 1962-1994
EW60 EW60-001, Poznań Wschód, 2010-09-13.jpg 3 Electric multiple unit 100 62 2 Pafawag 1976-1984
EN71 EN71-100, Warszawa Wileńska, 2014-01-14.jpg 4 Electric multiple unit 110 68 6 Pafawag 1976-1984
ER75 Stadler FLIRT Koleje Mazowieckie.jpg 4 Electric multiple unit 160 99 10 Stadler 2008
EN76 EN76-028 w pełnej krasie.JPG 4 Electric multiple unit 160 99 16 PESA SA 2012-2014
45WE EN76-028 w pełnej krasie.JPG 5 Electric multiple unit 160 99 12 Newag 2015
VT627 VT627-005-Sierpc-29.jpg 1 Diesel multiple unit 120 75 6 LHB 1974-1982
VT628 Borowiki-peron-1-VT628-003 (cropped).jpeg 2 Diesel multiple unit 120 75 4 MAN 1974
SA135 SA135-016, Kutno, 2014-08-23 (Muri WK14).jpg 1 Diesel multiple unit 120 75 6 PESA SA 2010-2011
222M 222M-001.jpg 2 Diesel multiple unit 130 81 2 Newag 2013


  • Bombardier double-decker carriages: 37 owned (11 of which are cab cars)
  • Bombardier TRAXX P160 DC (EU47) electric engines: 11 owned

Railway lines[edit]

Main lines[edit]

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Minor lines[edit]

Regional Express[edit]

Trains which compete with InterRegio and PKP Intercity. Most of them have air conditioning and are accessible to disabled passengers.

Some trains on KM2 Warsaw – Mińsk Mazowiecki – Siedlce line do not stop at certain stops.

Cooperation with Warsaw public transport system[edit]

Within the Warsaw metropolitan area, long- and medium-term tickets issued by the Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego (those valid for 24 hours or longer), previously validated in city buses, trams, metro or Fast Urban Rail are honoured in all regular trains of Koleje Mazowieckie.

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