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Fire service

  In 2017, the fire service intervened in Poznań 5,214 times. Interventions In 2017, the following were recorded within the administrative borders of Poznań: 1,171 fires 3,025 local threats 1,017 false fire alarms. Over the year, the number of fires increased by 1.5%. The number of local threats increased by 36.6%, while that of false […]

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Municipal Police

Poznań City Hall’s archive, photo. M. Nowaczyk   In 2017, Poznań Municipal Police received 54.1 thousand reports. In 2017, the 24-hour services of the Poznań Municipal Police received 54.1 thousand reports submitted by phone, e-mail or in person. The largest number of reports concerned: traffic (54.6%) interventions regarding animals (7.3%) cleanliness and order in the […]

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The Police

Poznań City Hall’s archive, photo. M. Nowaczyk   In 2017, the Police in Poznań found 15.8 thousand crimes. Delinquency Over the year, the number of crimes and offences in Poznań decreased by 5%. Although fewer crimes were found (by 18.7%), the number of economic offences more than doubled. The number of traffic offences increased as […]

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Crisis Management

In 2017, the Crisis Management Centre operated around the clock, coordinating the activities of guards, services, inspections and business entities in crisis and extraordinary situations. Crisis Management Centre The Crisis Management Centre ensures, on behalf of the Mayor of Poznań, the continuity of the decision-making process in crisis situations, provides the necessary data and conducts […]

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Cycling

Poznań City Hall’s archive, photo. M. Nowaczyk   At the end of 2017, the length of the Poznań bicycle road system was 175.1 km. “Poznański Rower Miejski” (PRM) bike-sharing systems In 2017, the offer of the “Poznański Rower Miejski” bike-sharing system included 89 docks and 987 bicycles, including: 2 docks/20 sponsored bicycles 49 bicycles equipped […]

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Public transport

Poznań City Hall’s archive, photo. M. Forecki     At the end of 2017, the number of registered users of the PEKA system amounted to 561.8 thousand. The Public Transport Authority (Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego – ZTM) organises collective public transport in Poznań. In implementing inter-municipal and inter-communal agreements, ZTM is also responsible for organising public […]

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Car traffic

Poznań City Hall’s archive, photo. M. Forecki   In 2017, 563.1 thousand vehicles were registered in Poznań, including 425.4 thousand passenger ones. Traffic speed in the city centre Specialists dealing with the Yanosik system examined the average speeds in summer, achieved by drivers in the largest Polish cities. The analysis covered traffic between 7.00 a.m. […]

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Road infrastructure

Poznań City Hall’s archive, photo. M. Nowaczyk The Poznań road network consists of 920 km of hard-surfaced streets, of which more than half (52%) are in very good or good condition. Investment and renovations The most important renovations and investment carried out last year included: reconstruction of Święty Marcin Street in the section from Gwarna […]

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Technical infrastructure

Almost 98% of the residents use the municipal water supply system. The municipal sewage system is used by 95% of the residents. Water supply and sewage systems In 2017, the consumption of water from the water supply system was 31 million m3, of which 21.6 million m3 was used by households. This means that the […]

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ICT infrastructure

In 2017, Smart City solutions were implemented and developed in the various areas of the city’s development. Resource sharing system In 2017 in Poznań, as part of the municipal system of municipal infrastructure resource sharing, 4 commercial vehicle sharing systems were launched: Traficar, Click2Go and Easyshare car-sharing systems (initially 250 cars, including 100 hybrid ones) […]

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