The transportation system is undergoing major developments, both on international and national level. The region has recently been included in the new 2014-2020 Trans-European Transportation Network System (Baltic-Adriatic Corridor), which offers extensive opportunities for further positive changes in its infrastructure.
During the season, there is a regular hydrofoil connection between Szczecin and Świnoujście.Internet: www.wodolot.info.pl
There are good connections with all major cities and regions in Poland. Moreover, particularly Szczecin is well connected to some German cities, such as Berlin, Angermünde, Neubrandenburg, Schwerin or Lübeck.Internet: www.rozklad-pkp.pl
There is one international airport in the region, situated about 35km from the centre of Szczecin called Szczecin-Goleniów. Many people also use the airports in Berlin, as the city is only 1,5 h drive away from Szczecin.Internet: www.airport.com.pl
Szczecin and its metropolitan area have always been well connected via motorways (E-28) with Western Europe. Recently, due to further considerable developments, there is also a good connection with Southern Europe (E65) and with other major cities of Poland.
There are 66 bus lines in Szczecin, 23 in Stargard and 18 in Koszalin. Szczecin has also 12 tram lines. The tram is the most popular mean of transport within the city.Internet: www.mzk.koszalin.pl Internet: www.mzk.stargard.pl Internet: www.zditm.szczecin.pl