Workers have installed 467 supports along the Kovel-Ovadno railway stretch, where work is continuing.
Work is continuing on the 43-kilometer Kovel-Ovadno railway stretch.
The company reported a “positive financial result” of UAH 114 million for November.
This is due to the work on electrification of the Kovel-Izov-Polish border railway stretch and the modernization of the Znamianka-Zdolbuniv stretch.
The Daugavpils Locomotive Repair Plant has already delivered all the wagons.
The project is based on a model under which the local authorities will pay part of Ukrzaliznytsia’s cost of transporting passengers on the route.
According to Infrastructure Minister Kubrakov, this is a matter of national sovereignty for Ukraine because most of the regions in need of track electrification are border regions.
Passenger transportation by air increased to 7 million.
According to the minister of infrastructure, locomotives and trains can be purchased for Ukrzaliznytsia from foreign companies only on condition of localization of production.
718 million passengers were transported by road in January-August this year.
The company also plans to manufacture new passenger rolling stock for the domestic market.
The headquarters’ next meeting will be held in a month.
Ukrzaliznytsia achieved only 65% of its capital investment target during the five years examined by an interim parliamentary commission.
7.4 million passengers used the company’s night trains.
German specialists may be invited to manage Ukrzaliznytsia's passenger transport operations in 2022.
A memorandum on provision of Swiss funds for financing the purchase of Stadler trains has been signed.
The relevant agreement was signed with DB Engineering & Consulting.
Ukrzaliznytsia has developed a concept for working with its locomotive fleet until 2033.
Ivan Yurik was relieved of the post of acting board chairman of the company.
Oleksandr Kamyshyn will temporarily head the company.