A blitz interview with the director of Ukrzaliznytsia’s Office of International Projects.
CFTS re-publishes The Wall Street Journal’s investigation about how vessels associated with the largest Russian grain trader shipped thousands of tons of stolen Ukrainian grain to global buyers using a complex system of feeder vessels and floating cranes.
The CFTS reprints the New York Times editorial about the outstanding courage of the Ukrainian railroad workers who gave Ukraine and Ukrainians a shoulder at the most critical moment in the country's modern history.
Europe continues to purchase Russian iron ore and cast iron although they can easily be replaced with products from other sources. Why is this happening despite sanctions?
The measures Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey are taking to take advantage of the opportunity to make money from the freight transit between China and the EU following the imposition of sanctions against Russia.
Is it possible to lift the blockade of Ukrainian ports, and which European seaports can temporarily help with the export of Ukrainian grain?
Maximum restriction of Russian maritime trade can be no less painful to the aggressor country than stopping the purchase of its oil. What is already being done in this regard and what sanctions are still missing?
The president of Ukraine has announced the name of the future national air carrier and consultants for the project have disclosed the size of the airline's fleet and the number of its routes. How much money will be needed to implement the plans?
How the infrastructure in the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone should be modernized to enable it to reach its tourism potential.
Business representatives and top managers in the Ukrainian transport industry discuss the immediate prospects for development of infrastructure in the country.
The Kherson port concession project is the basis for development of a model for investment not only in the port industry, but also in infrastructure and other sectors where concession is applicable.
International engineering companies will now begin monitoring construction of roads in Ukraine. It is not cheap, but it should improve the quality of roadworks and bring Ukraine a step closer to the standards of international financial institutions.
How is the aviation industry experiencing the coronavirus epidemic, how big is airlines’ margin of safety, which Ukrainian airports face the greatest risk, and what will happen after the crisis?
A short guide to help passengers avoid getting confused by the new subway fare system.
How the Ministry of Infrastructure plans to develop Ukrzaliznytsia, seaports, airports, and roads in the coming years.
Ministry of Infrastructure, Ukrzaliznytsia, and businesses do not question the need for a law on rail transport, but they all have reservations about the draft of the law.
What Passengers Do Not See: How Ukrzaliznytsia’s High-Speed Trains Are Serviced
Ukrzaliznytsia intends to connect flatcars for transporting containers of mail to some passenger trains. Are postal logistics operators interested in this?
Ukraine has been included on TEN-T maps prepared by the European Commission for the first time. Which are the European Commission’s priority infrastructure projects in Ukraine?
Which Ukrainian factories have experience of manufacturing electric locomotives and are capable of covering the shortage electric locomotives, at least partially?