LEJK Jerzy

Warsaw Metro, Warsaw, Poland
President of the Board

Mr. Jerzy Lejk graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology. In 2007 he graduated from the MBA.
Mr. Jerzy Lejk developed his professional career working for such municipal organizations as Warsaw Development Planning Office,  Municipal Roads Authority,  Warsaw City Hall  and  Warsaw City Governor’s Office.

He was also a board member of  one of the biggest international construction companies.

He started working for Warsaw Metro Company in 2002, holding a position of  Deputy Director and in 2003 he became a Member of the Executive Board.In January 2006 Mr. Jerzy Lejk was appointed President of the Board of Warsaw Metro Ltd, also responsible for the supervision and implementation of the major investment project in Warsaw, which are the metro Line 2 and purchase of 35 new train.
Mr. Jerzy Lejk received a number of professional training certificates.

Since 2013 academic teacher Warsaw University of Technology at the Faculty of Civil Engineering.

Presentation Abstract


From the point of view of "city life", the investment called "central section of the second metro line in Warsaw," the four main projects: the construction of the central section of the second metro line, the construction of infrastructure for future metro network, purchase of modern rolling stock for the first and second subway line and reconstruction and construction of a new municipal infrastructure and modernization of land around the built underground. Each of these elements is an impuls for the further development of the city and change the living conditions of its inhabitants. As a result of investments made ​​available to passengers with modern means of transport and at the same time created additional spaces for walking and urban greenery. The "second metro line" also launched activity in the central part of the city, as a result of which, in parallel with the construction of the underground there are many exciting new places.

Congress & Exhibition: 

Parallel Session 14 – Integrated land use and urban transport development

Being able to meet growing population needs with sustainable urbanisation patterns and sustainable travel options offers many benefits for citizens and businesses alike. Better integration can lead to socio-economic development, urban renewal and the ability to control urban sprawl. It can also lead to higher density development which offers environmental and economic benefits as transport costs for compact development are generally lower than for dispersed car-dependent development.