Common urban ticket, premises organized around Krakow, inter-municipal bike paths. This is one of the many projected implications of the Urban Cooperation Scheme adopted today by Krakow and its 14 neighboring municipalities, as defined in the draft Krakow City Strategy 2030. It assumes supra-local cooperation between all 15 municipalities in areas such as: economy, leisure culture, education, social services and the environment space, mobility and intelligent management. In our opinion, there is no turning back. We can not act separately, limit ourselves to the administrative boundaries – assures Andrei Muzik, Vice-Chairman of the City of Krakow.

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The Greater Krakow City Strategy 2030, which will be effective in the years 2022-2030, defines the directions of cooperation for local development of all fifteen municipalities spread throughout Krakow: the Chernicu commune, the Zabrzew commune, the Zielunki commune, and Igozumiya-Vorzicz. Commune, Skawina Commune, Wielka Wie Commune, Liszki Commune, Commune of Niepołomice, Commune of Mogilany, Commune of Świątniki Górne, Biskupice Commune, Kocmyrzów-Luborzyca Commune, Commice of the Commune of Michałka.

The above municipalities cooperate with the “City of Kings” for eight years as part of the Krakow City Assembly. According to the urban cooperation plan adopted today, it will cover seven areas: economy, leisure culture, education, social services, environment and space, mobility, and smart management.

As Deputy Mayor Andrei Muzyk points out, from the practical side of the approved plan, an important issue is, for example, the environment and space. One of its goals will be the regulation of buildings to be built on the border with Krakow (because this development was often created in isolation from the concept of developing city suburbs, which were characterized by a lower level of urbanization), to which the Vice President comments as follows:

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