You can buy them at the Passenger Service Centres one printout costs PLN 0,60
Tickets which, due to technical problems, are difficult to validate may be returned in the Passenger Service Centres.
Defective tickets may be also returned at the sale point. The selling person is obliged to accept the complaint, replace the ticket at the ZTM ticket office and return the replaced ticket to the passenger.
Ticket destroyed through the fault of the passengers will not be accepted for replacement.
Passengers aged 70 years or over become entitled to travel free, based on their identity card. In order to enable them passing the entrance gates at the metro stations, we provide them with special, free of charge multi-pass tickets.
Passengers may obtain such tickets in all Passenger Service Centres. They can also visit such Centres to extend the validity of already held cards enabling opening the metro entrance gates.
The multi-pass tickets are also issued on every metro station at the train dispatcher.
To get a new personalized card it is required to appear with a recent photo and an ID card, as it is necessary to verify the personal data. A fee in the amount of PLN 13,20 is charged for issuance of another personalized card.
A person holding a free travel entitlement may receive a pass to travel by metro at Passenger Service Centers. It’s a multiple-use pass.
A person holding a WKM card may receive a pass which will be coded on the card when he/she presents documents entitling to free travel.
One-time passes are issued at each metro station by a train dispatcher.
Currently, there are 13 Passenger Service Points. All Passenger Service Points are located in Warsaw. Addresses and opening hours of PSPs
Passengers do not have to pay extra for luggage, a stroller or a bike.
Children from birth to 31 August in the calendar year in which they are 7 are entitled to for free rides on public transport.
Unused short-term tickets (24h and 3-day) in paper form (the so called cards) can be return at any ZTM Passenger Service Point. Long-term tickets (30 - and 90-day), and unused short-term tickets (24 and 3-day) encoded on an electronic proximity card can be returned in Passenger Service Points located in Warsaw at ul. Żelazna 61, at the "Świętokrzyska" metro station (Pavilion 1000 G) and Information point at the Chopin Airport (Terminal A, Pavilion 1-398.5).
The name of the operator is located on each receipt confirming the purchase of a ticket in a ticket vending machine. Invoices for tickets bought in ticket vending machines are issued by their operators: Mennica Polska S.A. /the Mint of Poland/ and ASEC S.A.
In order to receive an invoice, please contact the operators:
the Mint of Poland Warsaw City Card Customer Service Centre ŚWIĘTOKRZYSKA metro station apartment 1000E
open: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM-6:00 PM,
ASEC S.A. Warsaw City Card Customer Service Centre CENTRUM metro station apartment 2009C
open: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Ticket vending machines are operated by two operators: Mennica Polska S.A. /the Mint of Poland/ and ASEC S.A. In the case of the following technical problems:
- Difficulties in handling the device, both in purchasing card tickets and topping up the Warsaw City Card,
- Difficulties in giving out a card ticket by a ticket vending machine, difficulties in feeding money to the machine
- the impossibility to get change, please contact the relevant operator (information on the operator is located on each device and on the receipt confirming the purchase of a ticket) or the carrier to whom the vehicle on board which the ticket vending machine is installed belongs.
The application should include detailed information enabling identification of the device such as the number of the ticket vending machine, its location, rolling stock bus number, carrier name, time of ticket purchase. In the case of objections concerning the quality of tickets (faint print, poorly cropped ticket) please submit complaints to Passenger Service Points. In addition please report any inconveniences associated with the functioning of ticket vending machines to the ZTM helpline on (22) 194-84.
Complaints against ZTM employees are accepted only in writing in a form of a letter specifying the surname and name (or official name), as well as residence address or permanent residence address of the person (entity) filing the complaint. The complaint may be filed with the Passenger Service Centre, sent by post or e-mail.
Complaints against ticket inspectors related with appeals against imposing an additional charge for travelling without a valid ticket should be filed only in writing
Complaints in writing against drivers and other employees of ZTM, Miejske Zakłady Autobusowe (Urban Bus Authority), Tramwaje Warszawskie (Warsaw Trams), as well as of Metro Warszawskie (Warsaw Metro) are accepted in the Passenger Service Centres.
Passengers may also file such an oral complaint by calling the 801-044-484 infoline number (the complaint is then treated as anonymous without a possibility to receive a reply in writing).
The request for payment may be paid in each ZTM Passenger Service Centre or at the post office. Passengers may also make payments by bank transfer to the ZTM bank account with Bank Handlowy w Warszawie 02 1030 1508 0000 0005 5005 5023, stating the number of request in the transfer title (consequences of erroneous filling in the transfer request are incurred by the passenger).
The amount must be paid within 14 days following the day of issuance of the request for payment. If the amount due is not paid within the specified time limits, statutory interest is calculated for each day of delay. After 3 months ZTM may take the matter to court. Information on the current amount for payment may be obtained at the Debt Collection Department.
Additional fee according to the tariff can be reduced by 40% for payment of the tickets directly at the controller's on-site inspection or by 30% if you pay within 7 consecutive days from the date of issue of summons. Please note that this amount be added to the shipping charge (the value of single ticket), which is not reduced.
Such appeals, only in writing, may be filed at all Passenger Service Centres, or may be sent by post to the following address: ul. Żelazna 61, 00-848 Warszawa, or via e-mail at: email@example.com.
The fact of filing of the appeal does not cancel the payment deadline.
Appeals not identifying the name, surname or the address of the filing party are not put under examination.
A valid seasonal personal ticket or other document entitling to discount/free of charge travel should be presented within 7 days following the date of issuance of the request for payment in Passenger Service Centres at: "Centrum", "Świętokrzyska" and "Ratusz Arsenał" metro stations.
Cancellation of the fine depends on whether handling charge has been paid in compliance with the tariff