Polish transport companies are already on the verge of collapse due to the epidemic.

Carriers are getting into debt, the industry is starting to lose financial liquidity. The virus reduces revenues from public transport by up to 80 percent. Polish transport is sinking. The number of routes of Polish carriers dealing in international road transport of goods, controlling one quarter of the EU market before the epidemic, has halved due to the decrease in orders.

Drivers are increasingly afraid to go to countries affected by coronavirus. Cross-border passenger transport froze completely, similarly to domestic. Public transport is also having more and more problems, as its revenues are significantly reduced.

The lack of orders and passengers means that transport companies lose liquidity. According to the latest data of the National Debt Register of the Economic Information Bureau (KRD), it appears that unpaid debt of nearly 25,000. companies from the transport industry included in the KRD database already reach PLN 928 million.