Trolleybuses in Kryvyi Rih

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Kryvyi Rih trolleybus system
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LAZ trolleybus at the station Krivoy Rog-Chief.jpg
Lviv Bus Factory ElectroLAZ 12
Operation
Locale Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine
Open25 December 1957
Operator(s) Kryvyi Rih City Council
Infrastructure
Electrification 600 V DC
Statistics
Route length 259.59 km

The Kryvyi Rih trolleybus system forms part of the public transport network serving Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine.

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History

In operation since 1957, the system presently comprises 23 routes, and is managed by the Kryvyi Rih City Council. It uses a fleet of 76 trolleybuses, which partly are articulated vehicles. On 1 May 2021 Kryvyi Rih became the first city in Ukraine to introduce free travel in public transport for its citizens. [1] In order not to pay for municipal transport one must show a special electronic "Kryvyi Rih Card". [1]

Network

Rolling stock

Current fleet

ImageTypeModifications and subtypesBoard numbersDepot AllocationsCount
Trolleybus Sevastopol 2012 G1.jpg ZiU-9 29
Mariupol-ZiU-10-1508.jpg ZiU-10 8
LAZ trolleybus at the station Krivoy Rog-Chief.jpg LAZ LAZ 126
YuMZ T2 No.466 in Chernihiv, Ukraine.jpg UMZ T1, T2, 168, 620532

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