Introducing horse-drawn stagecoaches – the first systematically operating public transportation in Cracow
Opening the first narrow-gauge horse-drawn tram line in Cracow
Opening the first narrow-gauge electrical tram line in Cracow
The gmina acquires the majority of shares in the transport company
Making the first standard-gauge tram line available, together with a new depot at ul. Świętego Wawrzyńca
The first tram crosses the bridge over the Vistula – its line connects Podgórze with the centre of the city
First systematically operating bus lines
Establishing Krakowska Miejska Kolej Elektryczna S.A. (Cracow municipal electrical railway) – a company in which the Gmina of Cracow had a majority share
New tram depot in Podgórze made available, new tram carriages, manufactured by Sanocka Fabryka Wagonów (Sanok carriage factory), introduced into use
A month after military activity ceases, the first tram line is put into use and, several months later, bus transportation starts operating
Carriages of the N type (from Chorzowska Wytwórnia Wagonów) are put into use
Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacyjne (Municipal Transport Company), a public company, is established
The first tram line to Nowa Huta is opened
The last narrow-gauge tram line in Cracow is liquidated
MPK extends the scope of its business activity to include cab transportation
Central tram repair workshops opened
Tram depot in Nowa Huta opened
First articulated carriages of the 102N type delivered
All pre-war carriages withdrawn from use, carriages of the 105N type introduced
Wola Duchacka, the largest bus depot, opened
The bus depot in Płaszów starts functioning
Last tram carriages of the N type are withdrawn from use
MPK transformed into six independent limited liability companies, the establishment of MPK Sp. z o.o.
New ticket offer, prepared with the use of European solutions, introduced
The first computerised season tickets sales point opened (at ul. Św. Wawrzyńca 13)
The first low-floor bus purchased
The construction of the first section of express tram line and the tunnel underneath the railway station begins again, after an interruption of 20 years
MPK transformed from a limited liability company into a joint stock company and became a member of Krakowski Holding Komunalny S.A.; the last red bus was withdrawn from use
Participation in the construction of the "Lajkonik" bridge over the Vistula; liquidation of the bus depot in Czyżyny (in operation since 1966)
Marking new lines for buses and trams; first low-floor carriages delivered to Cracow
The assembly of the first series of NGT6 tram carriages started
MPK S.A. received the title of "Przedsiębiorstwo Fair Play" (Fair Play Company) for the first time; the last 102N carriage withdrawn from use
Merger with Miejski Zakład Naprawy Tramwajów Sp. z o.o.; the implementation of an integrated management system
Receiving the PN-EN ISO 9001:2001 quality certificate confirmed by the IQNet certification network; 12 second-series low-floor NGT6 trams delivered
Purchasing fifty modern buses assembled at MPK S.A.; commencement of the performance of the "Integrated public transport in the Cracow agglomeration – stage I" programme, co-financed with the use of EU structural funds and funds from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Introducing carriages of the E1 type to use
Initiating the Krakowska Karta Miejska (Cracow City Card) pilot programme; initiating the "Civitas Caravel" project (gas-fuelled buses, flexible lines, buses with boots for transporting bikes), co-financed with the use of EU structural funds
Receiving quality certificate confirming that an integrated company management system consistent with ISO 9001 and 14001 has been implemented and maintained; establishing the Public Transport Office (Zarząd Transportu Publicznego), an institution which took over the function of the operator of public transport. Concluding new agreement with regard to the provision of public transport services (trams – for 14 years, buses – 8 years, supplementary services - 5 years). Introducing buses fuelled by natural gas into use
2006 -
Opening the following streets (after their modernisation and restructuring was complete) to the public: Lubicz and Rakowicka. Concluding, with the consortium of companies Bombardier Vossloh Kiepe and Solaris, an agreement with regard to the supply of 24 modern, low-floor carriages; opening the bus station in Krowodrza Górka
2007 -
Initiating the Tele-bus service – the first Dial-a-Ride service in Poland; withdrawing old Ikarus buses from use; modernising tram tracks (section: from Kamienna terminal to Krowodrza Górka; MPK S.A. was the beneficiary of this investment); officially initiating the Cracow City Card system; introducing the first of 24 third-series trams from Bombardier into use; purchasing 45 modern, low-floor buses
A parade of historical buses and trams to mark the 140th anniversary of Kraków’s public transportation and a delivery of 36 new Krakowiak trams, each over 42 metres long.
2016  -
Concluding an agreement for the delivery of 107 innovative and eco-friendly urban buses co-funded from EU funds as part of the Regional Operational Programme of the Małopolska Region 2014-2020. The contract is part of Integrated Territorial Investments.
- • Putting into operation 20 electric buses and 77 articulated buses with Euro6 engines;
• Commissioning of a modern car wash in the Tram Service Station Nowa Huta.
2018 - • Withdrawal of all buses with engines that do not meet at least the Euro5 standard;
• Signing of an agreement with Stadler for the delivery of 50 new low-floor Lajkonik trams;
• Start of the "Karta Krakowska" programme addressed to the inhabitants of the city, which among other things gives the right to purchase cheaper season tickets.
2019 - • Delivery of the first new Lajkonik tram to Kraków city;
• Signing of the agreement on EU funding for the purchase of 50 electric buses.
2020 - • The departure of the first Lajkonik on the regular line;
• Signing of contracts with Stadler for the delivery of 60 new trams;
• Beginning of tests of the Lajkonik drive without electric traction overhead contact lines on the regular line;
• The first drive of the autonomous tram without a driver in Poland.