Łódź - like most large Polish cities - has problems with the increasingly congested center. At rush hour, driving a car through downtown is a frustrating experience that tests the endurance of even the most patient driver. The example of large European agglomerations such as London or Berlin shows that the solution is fast urban rail transport.
The proximity of the Centrum stop on the route of the cross-city tunnel is a great advantage of the investment at Piotrkowska 37. Future residents will be able to quickly and conveniently move from the very center of the city to other parts of it. According to the announcements of the Łódź authorities, the stop will be located on Zielona Street, and therefore only a few minutes' walk from Dawid Szmulewicz's tenement house. Shuttle trains W1 and W2 are to run frequently, even every 8 minutes. The first trains will go through the tunnel in 2022.