In Warsaw, the EU will provide €91.7m towards a €141m order for 85 low-floor trams, together with €41m towards a €51.3m order two locomotives, 20 double-deck intermediate coaches, and two driving trailers for suburban services.
In Lodz, the EU will contribute €85.8m towards the €110.8m Lodz Fabryczna Multimodal Hub project, which will integrate tram and mainline rail services with the road network.
The EU will also provide €41.7m towards a €52.2m scheme to upgrade the light rail network on the western side of Szczecin, which includes modernisation of Pogodno depot to accommodate low-floor LRVs.
Finally, Poznan will receive €33.2m towards modernisation of a 5.3km tram and trolleybus line along Grunwaldzka Street as well as lines linking the city centre with the main station, stadium, and airport. The total budget for this project is €52.3m.