Łódź Widzew railway station
Łódź Widzew is a major railway station located in Widzew, an eastern district in the city of Łódź, Poland. It is located on a number of important railway lines including the Łódź Fabryczna to Koluszki and Warsaw railway line, the Widzew to Kutno railway line, and the Łódź Kaliska to Warsaw line. It consists of three island platforms and six tracks. The station is served by all passing passenger trains, including long distance and local services. Trains departing from the station serve major Polish cities, regional towns in the Łódź Province, and other stations in the Łódź metropolitan area. Operators include PKP Intercity, Polregio, and Łódzka Kolej Aglomeracyjna (ŁKA). The maintenance depot of Łódzka Kolej Aglomeracyjna is located at the station.
|Owned by||Polish State Railways|
|Rebuilt||2003, 2010, 2012.|
|Previous names||Widzew (1901-1940)|
Litzmannstadt Ost (1940-1945)
The station is served by local bus routes run by city bus operator MPK Łódź:
- Pass-through: W (special shift service to Dąbrowa station), N1A, N1B (night lines from Janów to Teofilów and Aleksandrów Łódzki)
- Terminating: 69A, 69B (from Retkinia), 75A, 75B (from Chocianowice), 75C (from Dąbrowa station), 82A, 82B (from Andrzejów station and Stróża).
The station has a passenger waiting room, ticket counter and car park.
An extension of the tram system to the station is planned. Currently tram lines 3, 9A, 9B, 10A and 10B stop on Rokicińska street near the Rondo Inwalidów roundabout, located around 580 metres (1,900 ft) from the station.
- Urząd Transportu Kolejowego. "Wymiana pasażerska na stacjach w Polsce w 2018 r." Urząd Transportu Kolejowego (in Polish). Retrieved 2020-02-03.