Ukrzaliznytsia electrified 82 km of tracks and overhauled another 470 km in 2022
In 2022, UZ electrified 82 km of tracks and reconstructed and overhauled another 470 km, Railway Supply magazine reports, citing the operator.
“In terms of electrification, this is a record figure over the past 10 years. In 2013-2020, Ukrzaliznytsia electrified only 3 km of tracks per year on average. This year we built a record length of tracks over the past 4 years,” said Alexander Kamyshin.
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In addition, railroad workers are restoring the infrastructure destroyed by the enemy. Thus, 25 out of 69 destroyed bridges have been rebuilt.
Railway workers quickly reacted to the change in cargo logistics and actively worked on the development of infrastructure projects and border crossings in the west with the EU countries and in the south with Moldova.
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