Transport accessibility

Area of the city: 32,86 km2
To the seaport in Gdansk: 38 km
To the seaport in Gdynia: 10 km
To the nearest airport: 25 km
To Tri-City bypass road: 3 km
To the provincial town: 40 km

The main advantages of the region are its favourable geographical location, proximity to ports and the continuous development of the road infrastructure (A1 freeway and express roads S6 and S7). Investment areas for warehouses or production halls, as well as warehouses for rent in Tri-City and its surroundings are located at one of the most important communication crossroads from north to south and from east to west in Europe. The location "on the border of the European Union" makes Tri-City and its surroundings the gateway to Central and Eastern Europe.

The area where the project is planned is located in the northern part of Rumia, in close vicinity to the port of Gdynia, national road S6, the airport in Gdansk, the Tri-City ring road and a railroad siding of the PERN Group enabling the transportation of bulky goods of undefined shape. It is located between the Zagórska Struga river, the existing internal road, so called "Popiołówka", the administrative border of the city and the Konitop canal, along which the Northern Bypass of the Tri-City Agglomeration is planned.

The investment area is a natural logistic back-up facility of the port in Gdynia, one of the three main seaports in Poland. 

Rumia is located in the Logistics Valley, which is a platform for cooperation between municipalities and key public, economic, educational and other entities that constitute the natural hinterland of the seaport in Gdynia. The activities of the members of the Logistic Valley are directed towards the development of suitable areas as a centre for transport services, shipping, logistics and maritime industry (including offshore).