Ukraine

Metros
Dnepropetrovsk
Kiev
Kharkov
Kriviy Rih

Tramways
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Dnepropetrovsk

Metro

This 6 station underground metro opened in 1995 and spans 7.8 km. Despite it's tiny length, it carried over 30,000 people daily in 2007.

Three additional stations were originally scheduled to open in 2007, but have been delayed until 2012. In July 2012, funding was approved for a 4 km extension which would extend the metro into the city center.

The city is named for "Dnipro" (Dnieper River) and "Petrovsk" (named for Petrovskiy).

A
Geocities page with a few images (under construction) from Igor Latyshev with a great map
Wikipedia page
Home Page with great photos of this beautiful city
Home page that is official
Panoramic station views


Youtube Video
Although the Dnepropetrovsk metro is completely underground, this rare video shows the train leaving it's cozy home in daylight and entering the tunnel.


Dnepropetrovsk tramways, run by
Dneproelectrotrans, consist of 16 routes and 79 km, mostly street separated. A new LRT has just been built over the Dnjper River. Most tram tracks are now oil free, but there are service problems stemming from financial problems. The rolling stock includes several run down ex Copenhagen Duewags.

Photos of tramway system from Andrey Malcev
Reminiscent of San Francisco