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Mobility and infrastructure

Passenger transport in Ukraine is dominated by cars and buses and short-distance public transport systems such as trolleybuses, trams, and metros. At the same time, rail transportation is a leading industry in the country’s road and transportation complex, accounting for nearly 82% of freight traffic and 36% of passenger traffic. The operational network of railways in Ukraine is more than 20,000 km. long, of which more than 47.2% are electrified. According to the government, 90-95% of CO2 emissions in cities are caused by road transport. War deepens the climate crisis and causes significant releases of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The reconstruction needs to go hand in hand with sustainability to maintain a clean globe.

There are still significant challenges such as a low number of electric buses and cars, underdeveloped infrastructure, insufficient increase in the number of running trains, worn-out public transport and people who are not in the habit of using green transport. These challenges are the touchpoints where technology can step in and invest their innovations to build back a better Ukraine.

25.000 km
of roads damaged
>500 km
of railroads damaged
bridges damaged
$36.2 bln
total damage