Passengers are required to disembark and head for the nearest air-raid shelters.
The Russian occupiers continue to inflict daily terror on the city.
Shelters of this type have proven themselves in Israel.
The Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska subway line was the busiest last year.
Passenger transportation by air increased to 7 million.
It plans to purchase 80 rolling stock.
A list of more than 2,000 locations where transport cards can be topped up and QR tickets purchased has been provided.
The trams were developed according to the individual requirements of the buyer to ensure that it adapts to the country’s specific infrastructural and climatic conditions.
Purchases in 2020 even surpassed purchases in 2011, when Ukrainian cities bought equipment ahead of the Euro 2012 football championship, including 282 trolleybuses.
The trolleybuses were delivered in October-November this year.
This measure is temporary.
A Ukrainian company produces tram cabins and salons.
Two of them will be completely "green".
The SmartTicket is a single electronic ticket that is valid for travel on long-distance trains and public transport.
The city council has provided guarantees to the EBRD to allow conclusion of an agreement on financing purchase of subway cars.
The company will launch a bus service from Kyiv to Warsaw through Zhytomyr, Rivne, and Radom.
The Turkish companies Durmazlar and Bozankay and the Polish company Pesa also submitted bids.
The new trolleybuses will be able to operate autonomously without connecting to overhead lines.
Each five-car train will have a length of 96.18 meters and a maximum speed of 80 km/h. The trains are designed for tracks of the 1520-mm gauge.
The Kyiv and Kharkiv subways have resumed operation after two months of quarantine.