The border has been closed for an initial two weeks.
Ukrzaliznytsia plans to continue upgrading its fleet of diesel locomotives.
The German company will also provide support in the area of technical maintenance.
The Kryukov Railcar Building Works increased production of freight cars by almost 42% in 2019, compared with 2018.
Yevhen Kravtsov headed Ukrzaliznytsia for almost 2.5 years.
A strategic partnership agreement will be signed with Deutsche Bahn in Kyiv on February 5.
Ukraine will consult with German experts on development of passenger and freight transportation.
German experts will work on reform of Ukrzaliznytsia’s management mechanisms.
The company plans to launch trains from Prague to Mostyska (Lviv region) on June 14, 2020.
Honcharuk promises good news.
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.