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Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi railway station

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Southwestern Railway terminal
General information
LocationVokzalna Ploshcha, Kyiv, Ukraine
Owned byUkrzaliznytsia
Structure typeAt-grade
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Other information
Station code320308
Rebuilt1932, 2001
Preceding station   Kyivpastrans   Following station

Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi (Kyiv-Passenger, Ukrainian: Київ-Пасажирський) is a railway station in the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv. The station is a railway hub with several railroad station buildings, along with its own repair facilities the Kyiv Electric Railcar Repair Shop, a railway depot with railyard, and the railway sports complex. The station is part of the so-called Kyiv Southern Railway loop.[1]

There were more than 170,000 passengers per day in 2005). The Central and Southern (Pivdennyi) Station buildings are located on both sides of the tracks used by long-distance trains, connected with an overpass. They serve international trains, most Ukrzaliznytsia passenger trains, some suburban trains, and the Kyiv Boryspil Express to the Boryspil International Airport. Nrext to the Central building is the Suburban (Prymiskyi) station building which serves short-distance service for suburbs (including dacha areas), minor city stations, and nearby regions as well as the Kyivpastrans' urban rail passing through the Northern (Pivnichna) railway stop.

The Kyiv Metro station Vokzalna of the Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska Line is the station's main intersection with city transport. The Kyiv tram station Starovokzalna (the terminal of Kyiv's Right-Bank high-speed tram line) is also adjacent via a passageway.


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  1. Jason (2019-04-17). "How to get to Kyiv by train and about that famous Apple Watch advert". Kyiv Guide. Retrieved 2024-03-10.