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5.9Ticket gates


Architectural design provides the indispensable number of ticket gates resulting from the planned passenger number as well as exit doorways that are gates opened in case of dangerous situations for the ones without ticket readers.

Disabled access gates for the persons who can hardly or even not at all access the standard gates. This group of passengers include: disabled persons in wheelchairs, passengers with large luggage, or elderly people.

In the western part there are 14 gates and 1 disabled access gate and five evacuation gates, in the eastern part there are 12 gates and 1 disabled access gate and two evacuation gates. The width of the passage between the ticket gates is 550 mm and 900 mm between the disabled access gates. Ticket gates are approximately one meter high, whereas the glass panel blocking the traffic is 1700 mm high.

Space necessary to install the ticketing machines and other devices that are to be placed in the vicinity of gates has been designed before the gate line providing undisturbed access for the passengers at the same time.

Check-in hall is fitted with machines selling all kinds of tickets.

5.10Gates / doors – ticket zone barriers


Access to passenger zones beyond Metro working hours is limited by glazed wall with glazed door. Modular wall and door: structure - stainless steel, infill - safety glass (laminated), fitted with anti-panic locks and handles. Glass panels designated according to OSH requirements.

Doors are the main escape route for passengers.

There are five pairs of double-glazed doors 1800 mm wide in the western end, whereas in the eastern end there are two pairs of double-glazed doors 1800 mm wide (including one door leaf at least 90cm).

5.11Doors


The width and height of doors have been designed in order to fulfil the fire safety and technical requirements.

Door types have been chosen on the basis of technical, acoustic or fire safety requirements. The typical door height is 2000 mm (internal dimensions). Due to technical requirements, e.g. rooms no. 300, 301, 302 are fitted with doors with dimensions 1500mm/2700mm, room no. 20 is fitted with door with dimensions 1800/2700mm.

In accordance with the requirements, the type of door opening is adapted to the width of neighbouring evacuation passage. In the vicinity of narrower passageways, in order not to limit the evacuation passages, the doors open towards the inside of the room, unless the requirements for the given room state otherwise.

The width of the door on the escape route from the staircase, leading outside or to another zone should be not less than the width of the staircase.

As for double doors, at least one wing has a width of 900 mm.

Heavy duty doors are provided.

Doors on escape routes are fitted with anti-panic locks and handles.

5.11.1Internal doors


Metal joinery for doors in public space, door frame, door furniture, door leaf finish and other solid door fittings in public spaces are to be made of stainless matt steel. Glazed door, stainless matt steel with laminated safety glass fill-in.

5.11.2External doors


Detailed material solutions will be presented at the execution design stage.

5.11.3Technical doors


Detailed material solutions will be presented at the execution design stage.

5.11.4Fire-resisting doors


Detailed material solutions will be presented at the execution design stage.

5.11.5Glazed door


Glass panels designated according to OSH requirements. Detailed material solutions will be presented at the execution design stage.

5.12Glass walls


Shop front facade – glass walls - full glazing in metal joinery made of stainless steel (Jansen system or equivalent), in module of 70x200cm.

Commercial premises glazings – tempered glass sets, laminated, glass panels designated according to OSH requirements.

Heat transfer coefficient Umax = 1.1 W/m2K

Glass wall separating the ticket zone (Metro zone) - safety glass (tempered, laminated), glass panels designated according to OSH requirements.


5.13Dispatch office windows


Dispatch office glazing: window – transparent mirror with fire protection class EI60, anti-burglary, bullet proof, steel metal joinery.

5.14Seats on platforms


Benches made of stainless steel, matt, vandal-resistant, permanently fastened to base.

Detailed material solutions will be presented at the execution design stage.


5.15Handrails, handles


In general-access and passenger zones stainless steel balustrades have been provided.

Balustrades at exit stairs as massive - profiled stone handles.

Balustrades and handles in technical zones - steel coated, with anti-corrosive protection.

5.16Roofs and screens - Metro entrances


Glass roofs have been designed over the Metro entrances as weather protection screens.

Lateral roof components are lowered in order to provide water discharge and connections protection. Glass surface connections shall provide protection for users as well as persons with sight dysfunctions. The solutions shall also provide watertightness of components to protect the interior from water and snow leakages.

According to concept design, intensive colours of glazing (appropriate with the station C11 colour – yellow) and height components have been proposed in order to make the roofs visible for passengers wanting to use the Metro.

Glazing with safety glass, bevelled, laminated and coloured.

Due to localization considerations two types of roofs over the Metro entrances have been designed in a form of "M"-shaped canopy, R30 structure, glazed with the safe glass.

5.17Escalators and lifts


Detailed information concerning escalators and lifts has been presented below. Additional information concerning vertical transportation system use in emergency situations have been included in paragraph "Fire safety" of this description.

5.17.1Escalators


Heavy duty escalators, resistant to external weather conditions, designed for network transportation (PN-EN 155), with the throughput exceeding 9000 persons per hour have been designed in the station.

Escalator stair-gradient is 30 degrees with minimal step width of 1000mm. Distance between handrails: 1255mm.

To the western part of the station 2 escalators lead from the ground level to -1 level, and then 3 escalators lead from the -1 level to the -3 level (platform). In the eastern part 2 escalators lead from the ground level to -1 level, and then 3 escalators lead from the -1 level to the -3 level (platform). Additional in the eastern side of the station, there in the “connection part” additional 3 the passenger platform connected, from -2,5 level C14 to the platform existing station A14 (-2 level) .

Escalators leading to the ground level have been designed under the Metro entrance roofs (in the form of "M"-shaped canopy).

Linear drainage has been designed on the ground level in order to protect the escalators from runoff water inflow. In the lowest part - escalator machine room - drainage has also been designed to discharge possible sewage through oil separator to the sewage system.

5.17.2Lifts


Lifts with the capacity of 1000 kg - 13 persons or more, electrically-driven, resistant to external weather conditions will be used in the station. Internal dimensions of lift cars have been designed as 1100 mm x 2100 mm. Each lift dimensions are adapted for fire service brigades.

Due to the impossibility of preparing a rescue teams lift leading directly from the platform level (-3) to the ground level, an indirect solutions has been used to construct a lift in the central part of the station from the platform level (-3) to the -1 level, and then in the close vicinity a lift from the -1 level to the ground level – as a lift adapted for rescue teams operation. This lift has been designed on levels -1 and -2 with smoke stop lobbies fitted with doors EI60, whereas on the ground level in glazed walls enclosure.

Passenger lift from the platform level (-3) to the level -1 (without stop on the -2 level) is located in the eastern part of the platform. Moreover, two additional passenger lifts, not adopted for rescue teams, leading from the -1 level (check-in hall, underground passages) to the ground level have been designed.



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