The volume of cargo transportation on River Dnipro is increasing against the backdrop of a 27% reduction in the number of ship journeys.
How will reforms of inland waterways transport benefit Ukraine?
Inter-ministerial technical meeting regarding the infrastructure project cycle management reform in Ukraine.
Transportation of goods by river will result in less traffic jams on the Ukrainian roads and less damaging of the roads surface by the trucks. What are the other benefits of river transport?
We asked Ukrainians on the streets what they think when they hear Dnipro river and what is the first thing that comes into their mind.
Encouraging seeing the strong commitment of the Reform Support Team to deliver a sustainable legal reform for inland waterways transport in Ukraine. Watch here for the details.
We looked into future challenges & opportunities for the sector with Hans Van der Werf, current Key Legal Expert of the EU funded project “Assistance for Dnipro Transport Development”.
Increasing safe, efficient & sustainable navigation on Dnipro: watch EU Commission’s perspective on Inland Waterways Transport in Ukraine.
Edwin Lock about European Union in Ukraine’s commitment to provide “Assistance for Dnipro Transport Development" to the Ukrainian Authorities.
The adoption of the bill promises to strengthen the integration of inland water transport in national and global transportation routes.
Inland Waterway Transport in Ukraine needs proper funding to realize its potential. Increased investments are essential and indispensable. We looked into future challenges & prospects for the sector with the EBRD.
Fruitful policy cooperation requires a business community that invests, pursues innovation & seizes new opportunities. Such is the European Investment Bank, which we exchanged views with on current inland waterways sector #MakeRiverGreatAgain
What does “Make the River Great Again” means for Ukrainian citizens? Watch Vladyslav Kryklii 's story to hear about his solutions for improvement of inland waterways transport in Ukraine.
The minister of infrastructure expects the volume of transportation by river to triple within the next five years.
The shipment was the first by the Agrostudio Group’s river shipping division.
At the same time, the number of trips performed on the river reduced by a third.
Four concrete plants operated at full capacity to facilitate the construction of the river terminal.
The commissioning of the ferry service between Ukraine and Romania has already been postponed several times.
The number of trips that vessels performed on the river increased by 10% in 2018.
In turn, the USPA is ready to consider the possibility of dredging the River Dnipro to facilitate transportation of goods from/to Belarus.