Ukrainian subway maps

Metro is an essential attribute of the largest cities in the world. Trains are one of the most environmentally friendly modes of transport, the fastest, punctual and cheap form of public transport. It is not surprising that the counter of daily passenger turnover at subways counts hundreds of thousands people, and in major megalopolis areas counts millions passengers.

There is a stereotype that the metro is always and only line of the underground movement of railway transport for the length of many miles. However, this is not the case. It’s true that the most paths pass underground; however, there are often ground line portions. In addition, the length of the tube may be less than two miles away. So, for example, the subway “Carmelite" (Haifa, Israel, the only subway in the city) has a length of 1.8 km, and the subway in the Austrian town Serfaus is 1.25 km, which is only 500 meters shorter than the railway in New Athos cave (Abkhazia). Several metros in Italy also have a relatively short length - from 3 to 7 km, so do not be surprised if you see a map of underground consisting of only a single straight line with the names of 5-6 stations. The Dnipropetrovsk subway can be classified to these "mini-metros". A schematic map of the subway in Dnipropetrovsk consists of 11 stations, five of which are currently planned or under construction.

In addition to the Dnipropetrovsk subway, you will also find on our website other subway maps in Kyiv and Kharkiv, which is sure to come in handy when you planning your itinerary in these megalopolises.

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