Dnipropetrovsk Metro Information
A single line Metro system, the Dnipropetrovsk Metro serves commuters in the city of Dnipropetrovsk, the third largest Ukrainian city in terms of population. Following the construction of the Metro systems at Kharkiv and Kiev, this was the third such public transport network to be constructed in the country, commencing operations late in the month of December in 1995. The fourteenth service to be opened in the former Soviet Union territory, the Dnipropetrovsk Metro became the first subway service to be opened around the region following the disintegration of the Soviet government in 1991. The system recorded a daily ridership of 20,575 and an annual ridership of 7.51 million in 2013.
Dnipropetrovsk Metro Map
Map of Dnipropetrovsk Metro showing its line and stations. Click on the map to enlarge it or Download Dnipropetrovsk Metro Map in PDF.
Dnipropetrovsk Metro Fares
Tokens can be purchased from the stations cost of single passage is 2 hrynnia.
Dnipropetrovsk Metro Hours
The metro is operational from 5.30 am to 11 pm.
Dnipropetrovsk Metro Line and Stations
At present, the system stretches over a route length of around seven kilometers while it has around six stations along the length of the network. It begins its journey in the eastern half of the city, close to the Vokzalna Central Railway Station and travels along towards the west before ending at Komunarivska Station. Since its inception in 1995, the system has witnessed a decline in number of passengers which has prompted the management to switch from a five-car system to a three-car one.
As per projections derived from the present expansion plans, the number of stations along the stretch are likely to increase to nine by the year 2017. In the budget of 2014 approved by President Petro Poroshenko, budget allocations have been granted to the Dnipropetrovsk Metropolitan Company so that work on the Metro system can be completed with ease.
Dnipropetrovsk Metro Resources