The grand opening will take place on June 12.
Ukravtodor plans to begin rehabilitating the first 30 bridges under its bridge rehabilitation program in May this year.
The parliament also cut funding for maintenance of shipping locks and maintenance of the Ministry of Infrastructure.
Four companies participated in the tender. The bids from the first two participants were rejected because they failed to meet the requirements of the tender.
The tender committee examined the results of the previous tender and rejected them.
The airline will add the turboprops aircraft to its fleet within three years.
Firefly Aerospace has placed an order for production of combustion chambers, automation units, and turbo-pumps.
This follows from a feasibility study for pilot projects developed by the EIB and European experts.
The city’s leadership plans to increase the number of German trams to 80.
The Ministry of Infrastructure submitted the decision on funding the reconstruction project to the government for approval.
Ukrzaliznytsia will launch two direct Dnipro-Przemysl railcars.
The money will come from the EBRD and the Clean Technology Fund.
A direct railcar will be added to a Baku-Kyiv train.
Kyiv should receive the new trams before the end of 2019.
The company’s Ukrainian office will engage in development of design solutions for railways and public transport for its parent company.
The cost of construction of the Prydniprovia airport will be comparable to the cost of building a new terminal and a runway at the Odesa airport.
This will be the tenth launch of the Ukrainian rocket to the International Space Station.
Money has been allocated from a special government program.
The estimated cost of the tram is about EUR 25,000
An investor will build a new terminal with a capacity of up to 800 passengers per hour.