Ukraine

KHARKIV Metro intends to launch a tender soon for the purchase of a fleet of metro trains and associated spare parts and maintenance equipment with an estimated value of €45m.
GE Transportation unveiled its first nearly-completed TE33A locomotive bound for Ukrainian Railways (UZ) in Erie, United States, on June 10. The first of 30 12-cylinder 3355kW units should be transported…
UKRAINIAN Railways (UZ) signed a $US 1bn contract for the modernisation of its diesel locomotive fleet with GE Transportation at a ceremony in Kiev on February 23, which was attended…
UKRAINE’s transport minister Mr Volodymyr Omelyan and Mr Ricardo Maria Monti, president of Italian State Railways (FS) engineering subsidiary Italferr met in Kiev on January 30 to discuss the preparation…
PLANS for the modernisation of the Ukrainian Railways (UZ) diesel locomotive fleet were discussed at a meeting between the country’s ambassador to the United States, Mr Valeriy Chaly, and GE…
UKRAINE’s cabinet has given Kharkiv Metro approval to sign loan agreements with the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Bank for Reconstruction (EBRD) which will fully-finance a project to…
KIEV tram operator Kyivpastrans has selected Pesa, Poland, for a Hryvnia 1.8bn ($US 70m) contract to supply 40 1524mm-gauge low-floor LRVs.
POLISH broad-gauge railway PKP LHS has signed a declaration of access to the Trans-Caspian international transport route (TCITR), which links China with Europe via Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Ukraine.
GE Transportation CEO Mrs Jamie Miller joined Ukraine’s minister of infrastructure Mr Volodymyr Omelyan and Ukrainian Railways (UZ) board member for operations Mr Ireneusz Wasilewski at Kiev Passazhyrsky station on…
UKRAINE’s second-largest city Kharkiv added a 30th station to its metro network on August 25 with the launch of passenger services on the northern extension of Line 3 from Oleksiivska…
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