In April 2022, the Ukrainian company "Pluton" completed the modernization of the existing ground-based substation "Albano", which is located between two stations of the Red Line - "Tekniska högskolan" and "Universitetet".
Photos of the train were posted on Linkedin by one of the employees of Hyundai Rotem in Egypt. The eight-car train was assembled at the SEMAF plant, the level of localization was 25%.
The Kharkiv metro resumed operation on May 24, exactly three months after the start of the war. It is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to the Kharkiv metro.
According to the head of the utility enterprise, the metro is ready for import substitution of Russian railcars, modernization and implementation of grant projects.
Kyiv will rename metro stations, informs the railway magazine Railway Supply. According to the survey, the results of which were published on the metro website, the following stations should be called like this: ▪️Station "Beresteyska" (named after city of Brest, Belarus) ► "Buchanskaya" (named after cityof Bucha, which suffered badly from Russian occupation); ▪️Station "Lev Tolstoy Square" (named after Russian writer) ► "Vasily Stus" (named after Ukrainian poet who spent 13 years in detention, until his death, in Soviet forced labor camp for political prisoners); ▪️Station "Heroiv Dnipra" ► "Heroes of Ukraine" ▪️Station "Minska" (named after city of Minsk, Belarus) ► "Warsawska" (named after city of Warsaw, Poland) ▪️ Station "Druzhby Narodiv" (named after the friendship between Russian and Ukrainian peoples) ► "Botanicheskaya" (named after the nearby Hryshko National Botanical Garden) Railway news you may have missed: PKP informs about the possibility of improving the transportation of Ukrainian goods.
According to the results of work in 2021, the utility company Kharkiv Metro received UAH 205 million in losses. This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to the website of the public organization "Kharkiv Anti-Corruption Center".
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has determined the winner of the tender for the supply of 11 metro trains in a 4-car configuration.
Pilsen, 21 December 2021 – The Polish capital is looking forward to new metro trains manufactured in the Czech Republic. Today the manufacturer - the Škoda Transportation group - officially unveiled the first complete train.