Curfew will be reduced in Kyiv and the region from March 26, the metro will work an hour longer
This was announced by the mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko on Telegram.
“The reduction of the curfew in the capital is planned from zero hours on March 26 … In the Kyiv region, the curfew will also be reduced. It will continue as in the capital – from zero to 5 a.m. daily,” Klitschko wrote.
He noted that the metro and ground public transport from March 26 will change their work schedule in accordance with the curfew time – that is, they will work an hour longer.
“Shops, shopping centers and restaurants will also extend their work. Given the time that their workers could get home before the curfew,” added the mayor of Kyiv.
Now the curfew in Kyiv and the region is from 23:00 to 5:00. During the curfew, it is forbidden to be on the street and other public places, as well as to travel by transport or on foot.
Kiev metro operates from 06:00 to 22:00. At the same time, most stations are closed for entry at 21:30 in the evening and are already working at the exit. The estimated interval of trains on all lines is 8-10 minutes, and during rush hour the interval between trains may be reduced.
At the same time, with the reduced curfew, the metro will operate until 23:30 for exits and until 22:30 for entrances. The last metro trains from the end stations will depart not at 21:30, but at 22:30 and arrive at the opposite end of the line at about 23:30.
Also until 23:30 transfer hubs will work: Golden Gate – Teatralnaya; Leo Tolstoy Square – Sports Palace and Khreshchatyk – Independence Square.
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