Situation on transport and borders as of February 25, 2022

Fri, 25 Feb / 11:16

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Situation on transport and borders as of February 25, 2022

Situation on transport and borders as of February 25, 2022

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• AIRSPACE

Ukraine's airspace for civil air traffic remains closed. The provision of air traffic services and the operation of all airports in Ukraine have been suspended.


• SEAPORTS

All Ukrainian ports are closed.


• RAILWAY

The railway continues to operate around the clock. Tens of thousands of people have already been evacuated from the line of fire. According to official data, about 80% of Ukrzaliznytsia's passenger trains continue to ply the country.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to meet the schedule at the moment, so trains continue to run with delays due to operational changes of routes, slowing down near bomb shelters and waiting for a safe "window" for travel.

Railway workers are doing everything to allow people to move around the country and leave dangerous areas.

Moldova has temporarily suspended railway connections with Ukraine. In particular, the Odessa-Chisinau-Odessa train has been canceled as of today.

Find out the latest news on the railway in the official Telegram channel.


• METRO

The metro is currently operating in the mode of transportation. Admission to the station is free.

At the "Air Alarm" signal in Kyiv, the ground stations "Dnipro", "Hydropark", "Livoberezhna", "Darnytsia", "Chernihivska", "Lisova" will not work. They are not safe for sheltering and transporting passengers.


• BORDER

Checkpoints at the state borders with Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova are open for entry and exit. The borders with Russia and Belarus are closed and dangerous.

Due to the imposition of martial law in Ukraine, the departure of a certain category of male citizens of Ukraine aged 18 to 60 is temporarily restricted. Such a rule will apply for the period of martial law.