Radom is inhabited by over two hundred thousand people. It is a town in central Poland, the second biggest town in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship in terms of population (after Warsaw) and the fourteenth town in Poland. It is an academic, social and economic centre where numerous subregional functions are concentrated.
Due to important development actions, the town is likely to improve its ranking in the nearest years. Some of the most important impulses for the development of Radom are as follows:
- Construction of a ring road of Radom as a part of the express road number S7,
- Modernisation of the railway line to Warsaw, which will significantly improve the accessibility of the capital city by train (it is planned to be completed in 2023),
- Planned adaptation of the former Weapon Factory into modern offices,
- Significant reconstruction of the Radom Airport, which, starting from 2020, is assumed to pay a role of an airport complementary to the Chopin Airport in Warsaw.