Since September 27, Ukrzaliznytsia resumes traffic from Kharkiv and Balaklia to Zanka station. Electric trains and rail buses will start running to the village, which was located in the frontline area for six months.
About that Kharkiv timetable reported in the Southern Railway press service.
So, since September 27, suburban electric trains No. 6410 Kharkiv-Pasajyrskyi – Geniivka and No. 6422/6421 Kharkiv-Levada — Zmiiv — Kharkiv-Levada have been extended to Zanki station.
In addition, the following electric trains will run to Zanky station from September 28:
#6419 Kharkiv-Pasajyrsky — Zanki;
#6428 Zanky — Kharkiv-Levada;
#6427/6426 Kharkiv-Levada — Zanki — Kharkiv-Levada;
#6407 Kharkiv-Pasajyrsky — Zanki;
#6430 Zanki — Kharkiv-Pasajyrskyi;
#6431/6432 Kharkiv-Levada — Zanki — Kharkiv-Pasajyrskyi;
#6433 Kharkiv-Pasajyrsky — Zanki.
In addition, the schedule and route of rail buses in the specified direction changes.
The following rail buses will run from September 28:
#6602/6603 Balaklia — Zanky — Balaklia;
#6605/6606 Zanky — Balaklia — Zanky;
#6607/6608 Zanky — Balaklia — Zanky;
#6609 Zanky — Balaklia.
It is also reported that at the Zanki station, a convenient transfer from the mentioned railway trains to the electric trains that serve the Kharkiv-Pasajyrskyi and Kharkiv-Levada stations will be provided.