Currently, the newest tram in Kamianske is a K1 high-floor tramcar that was delivered to the city between 2013 and 2014.
The trolleybus is also unique because it is the only two-door trolleybus to be authentically restored.
The train will now be sent to Ukraine.
The city is also planning to create a new trolleybus line.
The parliament has adopted a bill on facilitating the transition to environmentally friendly public transport.
The buses will arrive in Kyiv approximately in mid-January 2023.
The company has signed the relevant contract with the Odesmiskelektrotrans transport utility.
The reconstruction and construction work on sections of the Kyiv Ring Road, the reconstruction of the Shuliavskyi overpass, and the development of the city subway will continue in 2023.
Buses caught fire as a result of the attack.
In Ukraine, trolleybuses of this model are operated only in Ternopil.
It also plans to deliver two ambulances to Ukraine soon.
The vehicles will be donated as humanitarian aid.
The company also won the tender for the supply of trams to Odesa.
The city authorities have once again called on passengers to go into shelters and not stay at bus stops during air-raid alerts.
The buses will soon begin operation on routes in the Dniprovskyi and Desnianskyi districts of Kyiv.
The shelter has 12 seats and CCTV cameras.
The Dnipro subway has become the second in Ukraine, after Kyiv, to introduce payment of fares with cards or NFC-enabled devices directly at the turnstile.
This allows the transportation of passengers despite constant Russian shelling of the bridge across the estuary.
Passengers are required to disembark and head for the nearest air-raid shelters.
The Russian occupiers continue to inflict daily terror on the city.