Port of Police
The Port of Police [pɔˈlit͡sɛ] (in Polish generally Port Police) is a Polish seaport and deep water harbour in Police, Poland located on the west bank of the Oder River, off the Szczecin Lagoon. It is the fourth-busiest port in the country.
In 2006, the cargo traffic in the seaport reached 2,445,500 tons, and it comprised 4.05% of all such traffic in Polish seaports. In 2006, to the port passed 286 ships with a gross tonnage of over 100.
In January 2019 Port of Police and PKP have signed an agreement to create a direct railway link with the port to improve the delivery of the cargo. A direct track with accompanying infrastructure will be constructed from Police railway station to the seaport itself.
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- "Poland's Police Seaport to have a direct rail link". Railway PRO Communication Platform. 2019-01-28. Retrieved 2019-02-02.
- "Zbudują tory kolejowe do Portu Morskiego w Policach". WIRTUALNE POLICE - police24.pl (in Polish). 2019-01-18. Retrieved 2019-02-03.