“Ukrzaliznytsia” announced the rise in price of tickets in 2017. Above rates

“Ukrzaliznytsia” announced the rise in price of tickets in 2017. Above rates


Railway announced the increase of prices in February and in October of the following year.

In 2017 the cost of train tickets will increase.

About it reported in a press-service of “Ukrzaliznytsya”.

So, travel in second-class train Kiev-Ivano-Frankivsk costs about 76 UAH. From 1 February 2017, the price will be almost 90 UAH, since October 1 – UAH 102,14.

Fare in a compartment car is now worth 223,22 UAH. From 1 February the price will change and will be already 264,5 UAH, since October 1 – UAH 300. This ticket in the SV-the car is now worth 492 UAH, and from October 2017 it will be 662 UAH.

Second-class ticket on the train from Kiev to Lviv, Odessa, Uzhgorod and Kharkiv are now estimated at UAH 130,05. In February next year, the fare will cost UAH 154 Oct – 175 UAH.

The cost of a ticket in a compartment car from Kiev to Odessa with Feb will amount to UAH 342 Oct – 388 UAH. Travel in SV-the car was estimated at UAH 730 UAH 829 respectively.

Place in a compartment car from the capital to Kharkov from February will rise to 272 UAH, and from October to 337 UAH. Travel in SV-the car was estimated at 580 UAH and UAH 659, respectively.

The railroad will transport by train Lviv-Kyiv in compartment 1 February 2017 352 UAH (SV-car – 741 UAH), and since the beginning of October – UAH 400 (SV-car – 842 UAH).

The ticket in a compartment car from Kiev to Uzhgorod will cost UAH 268 since the beginning of February, and since October – 305 UAH. Travel in the SV-car February 1 the price will rise to 677 UAH, and from 1 October to UAH 769.


We will remind, earlier the Director of Department of state policy in the field of railway transport of the Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine Oleksandr Fedorenko said that next year “Ukrzaliznytsya” plans to raise railway tariffs for cargo transportation by 25% for travel on passenger trains by 35%.

According to him, this indexation is set out in the draft of the financial plan “Ukrzaliznytsi” for 2017, which is already approved in the Ministry of Infrastructure and will soon be sent to the external coordination in the Ministry of Finance and economic development.

Fedorenko said that the need for revision of tariffs has arisen in connection with growth of prices for products that are purchased for the railway industry, particularly on diesel fuel and electricity. In addition, according to the official, the increase in tariffs necessary for partial stabilization of the financial state of the industry, including for the upkeep of the rolling stock and safety, which requires significant costs, since depreciation of fixed assets the railway industry is almost 90%.

In turn, in October the Minister of infrastructure Omeljan reported that is not planned in 2017 increase in tariffs on freight and passenger transportation by rail.