For the first time since February 24: Ukrzaliznytsia resumes passenger traffic with Mykolaiv

Within the next few days, they also promise to launch a train to Kherson.

Ukrzaliznytsia resumes passenger communication with Nikolaev / photo t.me/UkrzalInfo
Ukrzaliznytsia resumes passenger communication with Nikolaev / photo t.me/UkrzalInfo

” Ukrzaliznytsia ” for the first time since the start of a full-scale invasion of Russia on February 24, 2022, resumes passenger traffic with Nikolaev.

According to the press service of Ukrzaliznytsia , the first train will leave for Nikolaev today, November 14, from Kiev at 22:00.

The carrier received the appropriate permission from the Nikolaev regional military administration and the military. The last time a long-distance passenger train arrived in Nikolaev on February 24.  

It is noted that train No. 121/122 Kyiv – Nikolaev will run on even numbers from the capital and on odd numbers from Nikolaev. 

It will depart from Kyiv at 22:14 and arrive in Nikolaev at 07:15. In the opposite direction, the train will depart at 22:09 and arrive in Kyiv at 06:55. Tickets can already be purchased at the box office, in the application or in the chat bots of Ukrzaliznytsia.

In addition, the head of the board of JSC “Ukrzaliznytsia” Alexander Kamyshin noted that in the next few days, railway communication with Kherson will be restored. 

“Railroad workers are already working in the direction, they are right behind the military and explosives. A lot of damage to the infrastructure has already been discovered, but we will quickly restore it and launch the long-awaited flight of our Train to Victory,” the head of Ukrzaliznytsia added.

(c)UNIAN 2022

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