Sopot (Poland)

The City of Sopot is a natural centre of the nearly one-million Tri-City agglomeration, located between Gdańsk and Gdynia. It’s a health resort well known for it’s sandy beaches, the longest wooden pier in Europe and International Song Festival. Population is 33 500 people, but additionally nearly 2 million tourists come here every summer. The whole city area is listed in the Pomeranian Monument Register as a historical urban system. The main communication problems are excessive car congestion, large communication noise, deterioration of the quality of public space.

Voivodeship (county): Pomeranian

Established: 8th century (Town rights: 1901)

Area: 17.31 km2

Population (2016): 37.089

In accordance with the City Strategy, actions will be supported aimed at improving the accessibility to Sopot city center, in connection with the introduction of an ecological, low-emission public transport fleet, including joint ventures implemented in cooperation with the municipalities of the Tri-City metropolitan area; activities consisting in creating a coherent network of nodes integrating transport systems in key locations for the metropolitan area, constituting nodal points in the process of people moving.


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