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City Trans Ukraine 2018

City Transport in Ukraine: Important Facts

The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement came into force on 1 January 2016. This agreement provides implementation of the European legislation and standards in transport industry. As a result of the decentralization process, budgets being at the disposal of local authorities have increased by 40%. Ukrainian regions obtained possibility to involve additional financing for own development programs.

The Global Fuel Economy Initiative is one of the new initiatives announced by the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine. It is focused on support of eco-friendly transportation, electric vehicles and related infrastructure production, creation of appropriate conditions for the use of such transport in the country.

According to the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, electric transport is in operation in 40 cities: 2 646 tramcars, 3 736 trolleybuses, 1 927 km of tram tracks (177 routes); 4 412 km of trolley lines (405 routes). Annually over 2 billion passengers use services of municipal electric transport (trolleybuses, trams).

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"Minivans should disappear as public transport in large Ukrainian cities", - stated the Minister of Inrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan.

"Such type of transport doesn't correspond  both to the needs of modern society, terms and comfort of citizens transportation", - said the Minister.

On Omelyan's oppinion the electric transport is an alterntive to minivans.

"Naimly, I mean trams, trolleybuses and electrobuses. I see the future of Ukraine in refusal to use combustion engines and in switching to the eco-friendly and comfortable transport", - mentioned the Head of Infrastructure Ministry.

15.12.17

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Dnipro Electrotrans Municipal Enterprice will attend II City Trans Ukraine 2018 Int. Exhibition:

Vladimyr Kobets, Director

Vladimyr Suslenkov, Deputy Expluatation Director

15.12.17

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City authorities decided to buy 100 more new buses for cities municipal routes. Such decision is a part of a new approach to perfer a large-capacity public transport fleet. Step-by-step switch from small minivans to large comfortable transport gives an opportunity both for increasing of passenger capacity and to decrease a number of fleet units over the routes and city streets.

This purchase is a part of «Public transport in Ukraine» project provided by EIB.

13.12.17

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Representative of Poltava City Administration will attend II City Trans Ukraine 2018 Int. Exhibition:

Sergey Pugolovka, Senior Specialist, Transport & Communications Department

13.12.17

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Representatives of Vinnitsa Transport Company Municipal Enterprise will attend II City Trans Ukraine 2018 Int. Exhibition:

Mikhail Lutsenko, Managing Director

Vladimir Dudko, Head of Production & Technical Department

12.12.17

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In the nearest future Kiev public transport fleet will be enlarged with 6 new buses and 17 trolleybuses. In addition, an application for the supply of 20 new trams in 2017 has already been submitted.   According to the representatives of Kiev city authorities, to implement the first phase of the recommendations made by experts of the World Bank to build a transport model, the city needs additionally to purchase 235 buses.

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At the end of November 2017, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) decided to allocate the loan of 160 million Euro to Ukraine to extend the “green line” of Kharkov metro. The European Investment Bank (EIB) will also provide co-financing in the same amount in the form of sovereign loan, this decision was approved in September 2017.   The project provides the extension by 3.47 km of the "green metro line " towards the airport, the construction of two metro stations, the construction of depot and the purchase of 85 rolling stock units.