It is also planned to electrify new sections and update the rolling stock of Ukrzaliznytsia.

This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to Mintans.

In 2022, it is planned to repair more than 600 km of railway tracks with the support of the state. Prime Minister Denys Shmygal said this at a government meeting on January 12.

“We will continue to implement initiatives to improve railway communication and infrastructure, in particular, we plan to repair more than 600 km of tracks and electrify new sections, upgrade UZ rolling stock,” Shmygal said, presenting the government plans for the current year.

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