This was announced by the deputy head of Kyiv City State Administration Ruslan Kramarenko, reports NBN.
"In general, we plan to change the rates for the Kiev Metro. We will do calculations now, submit them to the appropriate services for examination. It will be about 3 hryvnia 20 kopecks for a person while the payment for passengers will remain 2 hryvnia. That is, the cost of the fare is not going to be changed," said the official.
Kramarenko also added that 515 million allocated from the budget for 2013 are for primary repairs of escalators and rails of the Kiev Metro.
Today, 8 February, the City Council adopted the capital budget for 2013 which also provides for the capital's transport and infrastructure.