Raben Group supports the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Europe.
An accountable, transparent and effective system for infrastructure management is considered by the international financial institutions as a prerequisite for future investments in infrastructure projects in Ukraine.
The transport sector is one of Ukraine's important sectors of economy, with extensive railway and highway networks, sea and river ports (terminals), airports, and a wide network of air destinations, freight and customs terminals.
A high level of infrastructure development is a prerequisite for an efficiently functioning and growing national economy.
Transport infrastructure plays a vital role in the successful development of the Ukraine's economy.
Today the transport infrastructure in Ukraine needs substantial reforms as a strengthened sector substantially improves the investment attractiveness of regions and the country as a whole.
How is the aviation industry experiencing the coronavirus epidemic, how big is airlines’ margin of safety, which Ukrainian airports face the greatest risk, and what will happen after the crisis?
Travel to the European Union by train became even more popular among Ukrainians in 2019.
The EBRD launched 51 new projects in Ukraine in 2019.
The Cabinet of Ministers decision was announced by a member of the parliament.
ÖBB and the Austrian Ministry of Transport have begun the process of obtaining permits for a project for construction of the Austrian segment of the railway line.
Ukrainians are actively taking advantage of visa-free travel.
The company has already signed a dealership agreement for supply of buses to Poland.
Feasibility studies for both projects will be financed with loans from the European Investment Bank.
Ukraine has been included on TEN-T maps prepared by the European Commission for the first time. Which are the European Commission’s priority infrastructure projects in Ukraine?
Ukrzaliznytsia’s head Yevhen Kravtsov spoke about some of the projects that will be financed by the European Union and the World Bank.
Ukraine has prepared nine projects that could be funded by the European Commission.
The funds are to be spent on 39 infrastructure projects.
Ukraine will be able to use part of this money to modernize its existing roads and railways and build new ones.
The EASA certificate of conformance opens up the possibility of resumption of operation of the Uzhhorod airport.