You can find on this page the Kiev trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Kiev trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Kiev in Ukraine.
The Kiev rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Kiev trains. This railway map of Kiev will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Kiev in Ukraine. The Kiev rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Railways are Kiev main mode of intercity transportation. The city has a developed railroad infrastructure including a long-distance passenger station, 6 cargo stations, depots, and repairing facilities as you can see in Kiev rail map. However, this system still fails to meet the demand for passenger service. Particularly, the Kiev Passenger Railway Station is the city only long-distance passenger terminal (vokzal). Construction is underway for turning the large Darnytsia Railway Station on the left-bank part of Kiev into a long-distance passenger hub, which may ease traffic at the central station. The railway station of Kiev is located in the very center of Kiev, near the Vokzalnaya metro station.
Bridges over the Dnieper River are another problem restricting the development of city railway system as its mentioned in Kiev rail map. Presently, only one rail bridge out of two is available for intense train traffic. A new combined rail-auto bridge is under construction, as a part of Darnytsia project. In 2011 the Kyiv city administration established a new 'Urban Train' for Kiev. This service runs at standard 4-10 minute intervals throughout the day and follows a circular route around the city centre, which allows it to serve many of Kiev inner suburbs. Interchanges between the Kiev Metro and Fast Tram exist at many of the urban train station stops.
Apart from the Metro there are two rapid tram lines, with the first operating from the Railway Station (Vokzal'na) to the western suburbs (Kil'tseva Doroha, 9.1 km, 1977). Running in the median of a major road, after 20 years of operation, the line was upgraded in 2009/2010. A branch to Mikhailsvs'ka Borschahivska, which has a more light rail type alignment, was added in 1984. A second 6.7 km rapid tram line is in service in the district of Troeschyna in the north of the left bank now connecting Troeschina-2, a new station on the city ring railway, with the standard tram system at Miloslavs'ka as you can see in Kiev rail map.