MAJOR COMMERCIAL CITIES: Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw, Poznan
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice, Warsaw Chopin Airport, Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport, Katowice Airport, Wrocław-Copernicus Airport, Warsaw Modlin Airport, Poznań–Ławica Henryk Wieniawski Airport
MAJOR SEAPORTS: The country's most important waterway is the river Vistula. The largest seaports are the Port of Szczecin and Port of Gdańsk.
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: Poland has 412,264 km (256,170 mi) of public roads, of which 131,863 km (81,940 mi) are unsurfaced.
The only high-speed rail line (though by most definitions, real high-speed rail only includes speeds over 200 km/h) in central-eastern Europe is the Central Rail Line (Poland), Centralna Magistrala Kolejowa (CMK). It has a length of 223 km (139 mi), and was built in 1971–1977; it links Warsaw with Kraków and Katowice. Most trains on the CMK operate at speeds up to 160 km/h (99 mph), but since December 2014 new Alstom Pendolino ED250 trains operate on a 90 km section of the CMK at 200 km/h (124 mph), and improvements under way should raise the authorized speed to 200 km/h (124 mph) on most of the line. In test runs on the CMK in November 2013 a new Pendolino ED250 train set a new Polish speed record of 293 km/h (182 mph)
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Poland are Vehicle Parts ($14.6B), Cars ($6.8B), Seats ($6.14B), Other Furniture ($5.49B), and Computers ($5.05B)
EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to Germany ($68.4B), Czechia ($15.4B), United Kingdom ($15.3B), France ($14.7B), and Italy ($11.9B)
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Poland are Cars ($11.4B), Crude Petroleum ($10B), Vehicle Parts ($9.01B), Packaged Medicaments ($5.21B), and Broadcasting Equipment ($5.11B),
IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from Germany ($69.6B), China ($26.9B), Italy ($14.9B), Netherlands($13.1B), and Russia ($11.8B)