The Ukrainian transport agency promises to fight the aggressor country’s infrastructural attacks.
The requirements apply to locomotives, train drivers, and traffic safety.
The Kryukov Railcar Building Works has been authorized to produce a pilot batch of six DPKr-3 trains.
The pilot project will be implemented in three stages.
The relevant resolution is published on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.
Inter-ministerial technical meeting regarding the infrastructure project cycle management reform in Ukraine.
The Ministry of Infrastructure will determine the terms of implementation of the pilot project.
The distance from Lviv to Krakow is expected to be covered in 3.5 hours.
The company's draft financial plan makes provision for the necessary capital investments.
The Czech operator has not yet been able to "wedge" itself into Polish Railways’ winter timetable.
The Cabinet of Ministers has reacted to the increase in the volume of importation of used freight cars from Russia in recent months.
The new Ukrainian train was scheduled to begin test operation on the Ukrzaliznytsia network on November 6-7.
Ministry of Infrastructure, Ukrzaliznytsia, and businesses do not question the need for a law on rail transport, but they all have reservations about the draft of the law.
This will double the number of trains on InterCity+ routes.
The Ministry of Infrastructure, Ukrzaliznytsia, and the EBRD have signed a memorandum of cooperation on preparation for an Ukrzaliznytsia IPO.
This follows from a feasibility study for pilot projects developed by the EIB and European experts.
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.
A decree on return of control of the state railway monopolist to the Ministry of Infrastructure has already been submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers.
The tender will be organized on the ECEPP procurement platform.
200 locomotives and 800 passenger cars are expected to be upgraded in five years.