What’s New in Kiev this Month?
February 2017

Ivan Marchuk Art Exhibition

Address: 22 Khreshchatyk Street
Included in the list of top living geniuses in 2007 by British Daily Telegraph, brilliant Ukrainian painter Ivan Marchuk shows 47 artworks at exhibition “Where is the verity?” in Kiev Central Post Office (Poshtamt). All paintings are performed in author’s own original technique “Pliontanism” (from Ukrainian “pliontaty” – to weave, knit) and represent different periods of his creative work.

The exhibition is open from December 1st, 2016 till February 28, 2017.

New bus station “Teremki”

Address: 1L Kiltseva road
The new modern bus station “Teremki” was opened on the outskirts of the city on December 8, 2016. It will serve around 450 flights and 9 million passengers per day and these figures are expected to grow in the future. The station is well-equipped for vehicle maintenance and adapted for people with special needs. Generally, the new bus station is aimed to reduce the traffic congestion or other traffic jams and improve the ecological situation in Kiev.

According to the Kiev City State Administration, this is the first object of transport infrastructure system that is financed by the private investor (Megapoliszhytlobud LLC).

New cargo aircraft AN-132

Ukrainian state-owned aircraft manufacturer Antonov presented the new model of multi-purpose transport aircraft AN-132 (improved version of Antonov An-32) in Kiev on December 20th, 2016. It was developed jointly by Saudi Arabia and Ukraine after signing the agreements on cooperation during the international aviation exhibition AFED-2016. Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko attended the opening event and proudly stated that 260-290 An-132 aircraft can be sold by the end of 2035.

The first night public transport in Kiev

More information about the routes and schedule you can find here: kpt.kiev.ua/information/passengers/timetable/

Kiev city state administration launched the first 4 permanent night transport routes in the capital since December 30, 2016. This decision was made as a result of presented petition that won more than 10 thousand votes.
New routes work from 11 pm till 6 am with one/two-hour-intervals. As the Deputy mayor Ilya Sagaidak says: “Such innovations show that Kiev is a civilized city that moves towards a European future.”

Trolleybus № 91H “Central railway station – Myloslavska Str”
Trolleybus № 92H “Southern railway station – Svobody Ave”
Trolleybus № 93H “Lva tolstogo square – Chornobilska St.”
Bus № 137 “Central railway station – Kharkivska metro station”