Kyiv metro


The Kiev metro is the oldest metro in Ukraine and the third one in the Soviet Union. It was launched on November, 6th 1960 and consisted of only 6 stations. Today the Kiev metro has 52 stations and three lines, total length is around 70 km. The metro provides the connection between two parts of the capital of Ukraine, divided by a wide Dniepr. The Kiev metro is of the most crowded ones in the former Soviet Union, only Moscow and St-Petersburg are before it.

Unfortunately, all pages are only in Russian!

The history of metro
The history of the Kiev metro: the present and the past.
• First projects of Kyiv metro
• The first phase (1949-1963)
• The metro to the left bank and to Svyatoshin (1964-1971)
• The second line (1972-1984)
• A new line to the left bank (1985-1996) 
• Metro in the years of Independence (1997-till now)

The future of metro
The future of Kyiv metro, projects.

Metro history in dates.

 Journey through the stations
Pictures and descriptions of all Kyiv metro stations.

 • 1 • Sviatoshinsko-Brovarska line •

 • 2 • Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska line •

 • 3 • Syretsko-Pecherska line •

Interesting facts about metro.

Rolling stock
The information about Kyiv metro trains.

The history of different types of tickets and the change in price.

Collection of different Novosibirsk metro maps.

The sounds of metro
Audio ads in train cars.

Videos about metro
A collection of films and videos about Novosibirsk Metro.

(c) Оleg Totskiy, Dmitry Aksenov


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