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Abstract

In Poland problem related to lack of rolling stock occurred recently. This article presents a comparison between two forecasting methods of realized transport work and transported freight mass by railway. The obtained results are also compared on a monthly and quarterly data basis. Knowing the exact values of forecasts railway carriers can plan the number of rolling stock. The calculations show that using the data as a monthly basis, the most reliable results can be obtained using the Holt model, while calculating data for quarterly basis results is closer to the real values using the Winters model.

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