January 16 (Wednesday) at 14:30 at the Ukrainian Institute for the future (n. Kyiv, vul. Oles Gonchar) will be a presentation of the study “is there a future for railway transport of Ukraine” from the Ukrainian experts of the Institute for the future.
Subject to export-oriented development model, rail transport is an important condition for economic growth. Ukraine’s economy is a large part of foreign exchange earnings comes from exports of agricultural products, ores, metal products. Without rail transportation, the transportation process of products will be much more expensive and inconvenient. GDP growth generates additional demand for freight transport. And if rail transport is not able to provide it, it will mean the impossibility for business to transport goods and the gradual shift towards other modes of transport in the future. Further necessary increase in tariffs for rail freight will reduce the attractiveness of rail transport and reorientation of cargo on road and river transport until 2030.
A study of the main challenges for railway transportation (in the field of modernization of infrastructure, freight and passenger traffic, tariffs, staff, etc.). up to 2030, and assessing their consequences for the economy of Ukraine. The biggest challenge is considered to be a critical deterioration of infrastructure, which by 2025 could be a massive problem for the entire state and the “tipping point” for rail transport.
Research shows UIF: challenges for railway transportation would directly affect the Ukrainian economy and businesses by 2030.
During the presentation we will discuss about:
Why uz has a fairly low financial results in comparison with indicators of the European countries and also the Russian railway transport;
As the low efficiency of the Railways affect the GDP growth of Ukraine;
What are the major challenges faced by railway transport up to 2030;
What threatens Ukraine Ukrzaliznytsya failure of the investment program, renovation of the rolling stock by 2021;
What is the main challenge in the field of renewal and modernization of fixed assets of Railways.
Vladimir Shulmeyster – Director of the program “Infrastructure of the future” Ukrainian Institute for the future
Igor Vasyunyk, first Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on transport
Yaroslav Pylypchuk – the expert of the program “Infrastructure of the future” HOWEVER
Moderator: Victor Andrus Executive Director HOWEVER
Experts, representatives of the Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine, the Supervisory Board and the management Board of PJSC “Ukrzaliznytsia”, industry associations, enterprises of industrial and agricultural sectors, representatives of international financial institutions, business associations etc.
Registration is a mandatory condition of participation: www.goo.gl/e4Zyu3