You can find on this page the Kiev buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Kiev bus system map and the Kiev trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Kiev in Ukraine.
The Kiev bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Kiev bus system. This bus map of Kiev will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Kiev in Ukraine. The Kiev bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Recently, privately owned minibuses, marshrutkas, have appeared on Kiev streets as its mentioned in Kiev bus map. They provide good coverage of smaller residential streets and have convenient routes. Minibuses take fewer passengers, run faster, stop on demand and are more available, although with an increased frequency of accidents. Ticket price and itinerary of private minibuses are regulated by the city government, and the cost of one ride, while higher than on public buses, is still far lower than in Western Europe.
The bus is really a comfortable means of transport in Kiev. They are big, well-equipped and fast. New good-looking yellow buses started to appear in Kiev when the city was hosting EURO 2012. For today, the entire Kiev bus park is renewed. The cost of a single trip is 8 UAH as you can see in Kiev bus map, regardless of the duration of the trip. You may buy a ticket from a bus conductor or from a driver if there is no conductor on the route. Always punch your ticket or else it will be considered invalid in case of inspector checkup. You will have to pay the fine, which is 80 UAH if you have not punched the ticket.
There are also 6 Express Bus routes. On these routes, buses make fewer stops, only at some main stations. This allows to pass the route and to get to the destination much faster. Working hours, in general, are from 5.25 a.m. till 10.00 p.m as its mentioned in Kiev bus map. But they are quite different at different routes. Some start at 6 a.m, some start at 8 a.m. Presently mini-bus cost for the urban rides varies from UAH 1-50 to UAH 3-70. You will see the cost sign either outside (rarely) or inside (always) the mini-bus. Payment is on-board only. Very few mini-buses have conductors, so in most cases you pay directly to the driver. Money are often handed to the driver while you are entering the mini-bus.