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Who we are

Our mission

We aim to formulate and implement state policy in the fields of air, road, rail, sea, river and urban electric transport, as well as on issues related to the use of Ukrainian airspace, subway systems, roads, postal services, transportation safety, merchant shipping and navigational/hydrographic support for vessels

Responsibilities and main functions 

The Ministry of Infrastructure is the central body of executive power in the areas of transport, roads, postal service and infrastructure.

The main tasks of the Ministry are:

  • formulation and  implementation of state policy on issues related to transport, the use of Ukrainian airspace, roads and postal service;
  • formulation and implementation of state policy on issues related to transportation safety, merchant shipping and navigational/hydrographic support for vessels;
  • participating, within the limits of our authority, in the formulation and implementation of state tariff policies and public procurement policies in the postal service field;
  • the Minister of Infrastructure coordinates with the State Aviation Administration, the National Sea and River Transport Inspection Agency, the National Land Transport Inspection Agency and the National Automotive Road Agency.

Main priorities

  • bringing the transportation sector and infrastructure to a European level
  • reducing the state’s role in state monopolies
  • decentralizing the Ministry’s functions
  • corporatization of major state-owned companies

General statistical indicators

 

Indicator name

Units of measurement

2013

2014

deviation

%

+, -

Transported goods (total),

mln tonnes

625,9

569,7

91,0

-56,28

Railway transport

mln tonnes

443,6

389,7

87,8

-53,900

Including export

mln tonnes

145,5

141,3

97,1

-4,200

import

mln tonnes

34,9

36,2

103,7

1,280

transit

mln tonnes

34,0

29,5

86,7

-4,520

automotive transport

mln tonnes

180,2

178,4

99,0

-1,800

air transport

mln tonnes

0,099   

0,079

79,3

-0,021

sea and river transport

mln tonnes

2,035

1,477

72,6

-0,558

Freight turnover (total)

bln ton-kilometers

266,2

250,7

94,2

-15,50

railway transport

bln ton-kilometers

224,4

211,2

94,1

-13,200

automotive transport

bln ton-kilometers

39,8

37,8

94,9

-2,030

air transport

bln ton-kilometers

0,2731

0,2394

87,7

-0,034

sea and river transport

bln ton-kilometers

1,749

1,507

86,2

-0,241

Passengers transported (total)

mln passengers

3691,7

3362,7

91,1

-329,02

railway transport

mln passengers

482,85

440,92

91,3

-41,930

automotive transport

mln passengers

3196,6

2 915,3

91,2

-281,3

air transport

mln passengers

8,11

6,47

79,8

-1,635

sea and river transport

mln passengers

4,1599

0,0095

0,2

-4,150

Passenger-distance (total),

bln passenger-kilometers

107,7

91,4

84,9

-16,309

railway transport

bln passenger-kilometers

48,9

37,1

75,8

-11,820

automotive transport

bln passenger-kilometers

46,2

42,7

92,5

-3,462

air transport

bln passenger-kilometers

12,6

11,6

91,9

-1,016

sea and river transport

bln passenger-kilometers

0,0305

0,0203

66,5

-0,010

Goods processed at seaports (total, including)

mlntonnes

137,3

142,796

104,0

5,5

at USPA mooring berths

mln tonnes

97.9

97,7

99,8

-0,2

including at state-owned sea trade ports

mln tonnes

50,3

48,6

96,7

-1,7

at private mooring berths

mln tonnes

39,3

45

114.5

5.7

The Decree of the President of Ukraine of May 12, 2011 No. 581/2011 “On the Regulation on the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine” (in Ukrainian)