The Proteza koniecpolska is a rail link in Poland completed in 2013 to give Częstochowa improved connections with Warsaw, Wrocław and Opole..
The link connects the already-modernised Central Rail Line (near Włoszczowa) and the E 30 Railway (Wrocław-Opole) by means of a modernised standard-gauge track designed for speeds up to 120 and 140 km/h. A Pendolino train needs 3h 37 min for Wrocław Główny-Warsawa Centralna and IC 3 h 46 min. (January 2019)
- jm (2013-01-16). "Jest komplet przetargów na "protezę koniecpolską"". Rynek kolejowy (2013-01–16). Retrieved 18 January 2013.
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