All posts by: Ian Bearder

About Ian Bearder
Co-founder and Chairman of ITS Ukraine.
October 22, 2018

MOVE: 50% Discount for Members of ITS Ukraine

We are delighted to announce that ITS Ukraine members now qualify for a 50% discount on tickets for the ‘MOVE’ Intelligent Transport conference in London 12-13 February 2019. MOVE is the  world’s most important mobility event, where disruptive technology and innovation drive much needed change. MOVE will bring together disruptors, their technology and their attitude with […]

Events, International ITS News, News, News from ITS Ukraine
September 20, 2016

Odessa Trolleybus: invitation to tender

Supply of low-floor trolleybuses, facilities for washing of trolleybuses and related services This Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice Ref 7990-GPN-47902 for this project, which was published on the EBRD website, Procurement Notices ( on 07 September, 2015. Communal Enterprise „Odesmiskelektrotrans“, hereinafter referred to as “the Purchaser”, intends to use part of the […]

European ITS News, International ITS News
July 15, 2016

Stakeholders invited to discuss proposed new rules for inter-city transport routes

The Ministry of Infrastructure has invited transport stakeholders for consultations on the deregulation and liberalization of the passenger transport sector (interregional, inter-city and suburban road traffic). You can register via a link in the article, or by emailing Victor (see text below) — announcement — Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine invites all interested persons […]

News, News from ITS Ukraine
June 21, 2016

Large-scale road building planned for Ukraine

Groisman announces large-scale reconstruction of roads totalling billions of dollars In the spring of 2017 large-scale construction of roads will begin, according to a briefing by Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman. “I’d like to see in the spring of 2017 we start full-scale reconstruction of Ukrainian roads,” – he said. According to Groisman, he estimates the cost of such […]

News, News from ITS Ukraine
April 22, 2016

Event: Intelligent Transport for Ukraine, 16th June 2016

On 16th June, ITS Ukraine & The Pod will host a seminar/discussion to examine ways that Intelligent Transport Systems can be implemented in Ukraine and how Ukrainian IT companies can be part of the growing market for transport technology. The event is free and starts at 19:00 at IDF Reform Labs, 10 Verhniy Val, Podil. […]

January 2, 2016

Improved traffic management for Odessa?

According to a post at, “Sergey Dubenko, head of the Odessa City Council working group to improve traffic management group has now announced that Odessa will adopt “European norms” regarding the speed limits within the city.  The maximum speed will be officially reduced from 60 kph (as used in Russia and Belarus) to 50 […]

News, News from ITS Ukraine
November 10, 2015

Львівський концерн “Електрон” презентував перший в Україні електроавтобус

Львівський концерн “Електрон” презентував перший в Україні електроавтобус. За інформацією, електроавтобус може перевозити до 100 пасажирів, розвиває швидкість до 70 км/год, за день може проїжджати без підзарядки 200 км. Зарядкою з потужністю 380 вольт батареї автобуса заряджаються за 15-20 хв. Споживання електроенергії такого автобуса на день в десять разів дешевше від споживання пального звичайного міського автобуса. В […]

September 17, 2015

ITS Ukraine Executive Board Meeting

On 16th September, members of the ITS Ukraine Executive Board met for the second time to discuss progress and plan the next month’s work. The meeting was short and informal but we had a good discussion and have many ideas on how to promote ITS Ukraine and our three priority areas: Road Safety Traffic Management […]

September 14, 2015

Draft 2016-17 EU funding programmes (including transport) now available

The European Commission has officially published it’s draft work programmes 2016-17 They are available here: The documents are being made public just before the adoption process of the work programme to provide potential participants with the currently expected main lines of the work programme 2016-2017. They are not yet endorsed by the Commission and they do […]