Purchases in 2020 even surpassed purchases in 2011, when Ukrainian cities bought equipment ahead of the Euro 2012 football championship, including 282 trolleybuses.
The corresponding decision was made at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers.
For example, taxi drivers and passengers are now required to wear seatbelts, even if the passenger is in the back seat.
Traffic enforcement cameras have begun recording traffic violations committed by foreign citizens and owners of foreign-registered vehicles.
The European Investment Bank has approved provision of two loans totaling EUR 440 million to Ukraine.
Public-private partnership projects could be one of the sources of funding for road repairs and construction.
Two of them will be completely "green".
According to the CEO of BlaBlaCar and Busfor Ukraine, bus carriers have been forced to fight off the increased competition that is emerging on certain routes in Ukraine.
The Groupe Renault car models that will be assembled at ZAZ have not yet been named.
The bill also proposes extending or expanding the preferences for importers and buyers of electric vehicles.
The Kyiv bypass road is expected to be completed in 5-6 years if it is financed steadily.
The company will launch a bus service from Kyiv to Warsaw through Zhytomyr, Rivne, and Radom.
Sale of tickets to three popular destinations has already begun.
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.
Ukravtodor plans to begin rehabilitating the first 30 bridges under its bridge rehabilitation program in May this year.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has postponed the launch of traffic enforcement cameras until the end of the quarantine.
Raben Group supports the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Europe.
The company is expanding its payment options.
According to preliminary estimates, the new plant will create 900 jobs in the region.
Companies will be involved in monitoring compliance with design decisions and road standard requirements, as well as in monitoring the quality of work.