The plan is to acquire subway cars worth more than UAH 1.3 billion and perform major construction and modernization of the Kyiv subway.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Odessa municipal enterprise Odesmiskelektrotrans have signed a loan agreement for a EUR 8 m loan for 12 years to upgrade trolleybuses.
The board of directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) approved provision of EUR 100 million for modernization of public transport in Ukrainian cities
According to the tripartite agreement on preparation of credit funds 45 new trolleybuses are to be bought with credit from the EBRD
As of today, the minimum requirement for upgrade is about 400 trolleybuses and 200 trams per year.
The head of the Kievpastrans municipal transport enterprise, Serhii Maizel, told the city council’s session that this would allow the enterprise to save UAH 40 million per year.
Six cities received new trolleybuses from manufacturers.
This will allow not only a 43% reduction in energy consumption
The company considers recent media reports claiming it had been fined as an attempt to discredit it.
Tickets will cost UAH 3 for people paying for single trips.
Because of disagreements over the issue of introduction of electronic travel tickets
In total, the manufacturers will deliver 38 trolleybuses to Lublin
Revolution is coming to Kiev city transport. The city authorities intend to implement a system involving the use of a single electronic ticket for traveling on buses, trolleybuses, trams, and the subway from January 1, 2014. How will this system work and what outcome of this reform are officials expecting?