Trains were launched to Kramatorsk six months later


For the first time since the beginning of April, trains have been launched to Kramatorsk, Ukrzaliznytsia reports on Friday, October 14.

“Railroad workers made every effort to resume communication with Kramatorsk before the onset of cold weather. Indeed, now, if necessary, residents of the city and surrounding settlements will be able to conveniently travel to other regions of our country,” the company noted.

The train will run according to the following schedule:

  • departure from Kyiv daily at 06:52. Arrival in Kramatorsk at 14:03;
  • in the opposite direction, the train will depart at 14:35. Arrival in Kyiv at 21:13.

The train will make stops at Darnitsa, Lubny, Mirgorod, Poltava, Krasnograd, Lozovaya and Slavyansk stations.

Communication with Kramatorsk ceased after the Russian invaders launched a Tochka-U missile at the railway station on April 8. As a result of the strike, 52 people died, including 5 children, about a hundred were hospitalized.