Omeljan called the approximate cost of future travel paid highways in Ukraine

Omeljan called the approximate cost of future travel paid highways in Ukraine



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The first toll road could begin to build in 2019.

The fare future Ukrainian highways will be 20-70 cents (6,5-23 UAH) per kilometer.

About it in interview to TV channel “direct” said the Minister of infrastructure Vladimir Omelian.

“In the case of Ukraine, European countries, where the practice of toll highways, the cost of a kilometer of travel will vary between 20-70 cents. Now there is a debate. Because if we are talking about the cost in China, there is about 20 cents. If we are talking about the cost in Europe, 50-70 cents,” said the Minister.

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According to the Omelyan, the exact cost of the toll roads will be known after the tender for its construction.

The head of the Ministry of Infrastructure said that this year must be declared on the construction of a toll road between Lviv and Krakovets. If the tender is successful, the road will begin to build in 2019.

In addition, the authority has initiated the preparation of feasibility studies for toll highway “Kiev-White Church,” said Omeljan.

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Recall the construction of Ukraine’s first toll motorways with high-quality asphalt and modern layout began to talk in 2016. Officials said then that the first of these will build the roads between Kiev and Lviv and Krakovets. Then plan to start the construction of the so-called TRANS-European corridor between the ports of Gdansk and Odessa. Fares will be set by the companies that build these roads. Then, in 30-50 years, these highways will become public.

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