Ukrzaliznytsia has opened the sale of tickets for six westbound trains
Rail passenger transport in the western region begins on June 4, the sale is open for six trains.
This was announced by Minister of Infrastructure Vladislav Krikliy in Telegram.
The sale of train tickets is therefore open:
N ° 1/2 Ivano-Frankivsk-Konstantinovka (every two days, from Ivano-Frankivsk – from June 4 in even number, from Konstantinovka – from June 5 in odd)
N ° 7/8 Kiev-Ivano-Frankivsk (every day from June 4)
N ° 749/750 Kiev-Ivano-Frankivsk (daily, from Kiev – from June 4, from Ivano-Frankivsk – from June 5)
N ° 29/30 Kiev-Uzhgorod (daily, from Kiev – from June 4, from Uzhgorod – from June 5)
N ° 98/97 Kovel-Kiev (every two days, from Kovel – from June 3 on odd days, from Kiev – from June 4 on even days)
No 772/771 Khmelnitsky – Kiev (daily, from June 4)
As Ukrinform reported, passenger rail transport in western Ukraine will resume from June 4.
See also: Ukrzaliznytsia opened ticket sales for three other trains
Since March 12, the government has introduced quarantine in Ukraine to combat the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection. In particular, commercial establishments were closed, except for grocery stores, pharmacies, petrol stations and banks. Subway work in Kiev, Kharkov and Dnipro has been stopped, land transport in cities has been stopped, inter-city and inter-regional car, rail and air communications have been stopped.
On May 11, Ukraine began the first phase of the weakening of quarantine. At the same time, the Cabinet of Ministers has authorized certain trade and consumer services institutions to work. The second phase of quarantine mitigation began on May 22. By June 22, Ukraine will have adaptive quarantine.
In accordance with the timetable for the resumption of transport in Ukraine, published by the Minister of Infrastructure, from June 1, rail passenger traffic in urban, regional, interregional and interregional road passenger traffic will resume and air traffic will resume at from June 15.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru