Szczecin stands with the nation of Ukraine as it resists Russian aggression with unrelenting determination. The aid provided to Ukrainians covers many areas of support, and one of them should include transport. Perfectly aware of the social mission of public transport, whose organisation is the task of each commune or municipality in Poland, we have decided to allow Ukrainian refugees to use public transport free-of-charge. The councillors have passed appropriate legislative changes in a Resolution of the Szczecin City Council. One of the ways we can help those fleeing from the war in Ukraine is by enabling them to get around the Szczecin Municipality and neighbouring communes more easily.
Ukrainian citizens who crossed the Ukrainian-Polish border on 24 February or later will be allowed to use public transport free-of-charge until 30 September. To travel for free on Szczecin's public transport, they will need to have a document confirming that they crossed the border on 24 February or later.