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BUILDING AND HOUSING

94 houses were built in 2009 with the total area of 89.8 thousand square meters.

Finished Housing buildings accepted in exploitation in 2006-2009

 

Description

Years

2006

2007

2008

2009

1

Apartment buildings accepted in exploitation, including apartments in department submission

Quantity

13

15

51

16

Total square, 1000 sq. m.

33,4

43,4

71,9

68,8

2

Individual buildings accepted in exploitation, housing estates, separed apartments (flats)

Quantity

297

366

236

78

Total square, 1000 sq. m.

65,1

79,1

55,8

21

3

Housing buildings accepted in exploitation of ail kinds of property (total square, 1000 m2)

98,5

122,5

127,7

89,8

 

INFRASTRUCTURE

            Transport. Chernivtsi has a favourable geographic location and has a developed transport system. Chcmivetska oblast is connected with Ivano-Frankivska, Ternopilska, Khmelnytska and Vinnytska oblasts, borders on Romania, the Republic of Moldova, other European and CIS countries by air, railway and motor transport.

            Municipal Transport. Public transportation in the city consists of 46 bus and 10 trolleybus routes.

            Bus Station. Holovna Str., 219, Chernivtsi, 58018 Info bureau: 38 (03722) 4 1635 Phone: 38(03722)4 1630

            Railway transport. There is direct railway service to Kyiv, Moscow, Minsk, St.-Petersburg, Bucharest, Sofia and Warna, and scrvice through Lviv to Berlin, Budapest, Prague, Bratislava, Warsaw. Krakow and Wroclaw.

            Railway station: Haharina Str. 38, Chernivtsi, 58000 Info bureau: 38(0372)5921 90 Booking office: 38 (0372) 59 28 28 Phone: 38(03722)055

            Air Transport. Chernivtsi International Airport accepts passenger aircraft with capacity less than 120 passengers and cargo aircraft with tonnage less than 20 tons. Main flight destinations are: Turkey. Itah and Greece. There are flights through Lviv connecting to Warna, Warsaw, Vienna, Moscow, Naples, Rome, Frankfurt. Munich and other European cities. Currently an airport reconstruction and infrastructure improvement project is being developed {with plans for the flight-line prolongation). The airport is situated near the city limits at distance of 5 kilometers from the city centre. Hie airport is a municipal property.

International Airport: Chkalova Str.. 30, Chernivtsi. 58009 Info bureau: 38(03722)4 32 21 E-mail: chernovtsiairpori

Water supply. The system of water-supply includes 8 pumping facilities and water filtration systems. The length of water-supply networks is 390 km, of sew age systems is 266 km.

Electricity. The length of external illumination networks in Chernivtsi is about 597 km and the number of light-points is 17 thousand units. The municipal enterprise „Misksvitlo” maintains the illumination network of the city.

Heating. The municipal enterprise „Chernivtsiteplokomunenergo” provides heating and operates 43 boiler rooms, 45 thermal points and 102 km of thermal networks.

Recycling. Waste is collected, taken out and recycled by the municipal enterprise “Chernivtsispetskomuntrans” as well as by the “Altvater-Chernivtsi” company. A waste disposal factory' is planned to be built.

Telecommunications. Chernivtsi has the ramified telephone network; mobile communication systems are actively being developed.

ECONOMY

Chernivtsi has 90 industrial enterprises that represent 10 branches.

Currency. The national currency of Ukraine is the Hryvnia. Developed finance and credit system is established in the city. Exchange rates are available at:www.bank.gov.ua

WAGES

Average monthly wages in Chernivtsi in 2013 is 206 USD.

BUSINESS

The number of entrepreneurs in Chernivtsi is about 30,000 natural persons or 94 small enterprises per 10,000 residents.

TRADITIONS

The name of the city is said to come from the city-castle at the border of the Halytska State named Chern or Chorne City, which was built on the left side of the Prut river. Probably this name comes from the castle’s black oak walls made with black soil. In 1259 it was completely destroyed by the Mongolian conqueror Burundai and inhabitants moved to the right bank of the Prut river. In 1359 the city be came apart of the Moldavian state.

City Day is celebrated every year on the first weekend of October. In 2008 Chernivtsi celebrated its 600th anniversary.

Fairs and exhibitions have been traditionally held in the city. ()ne of them is Petrivskyi Fair (held annually in July on Petro and Pavlo holiday) it attracts lots of tourists. A great many architectural monuments, which made Chernivtsi famous, were built between the middle of the IQ“1 century and the early 20th century: City Hall (1848), Post Office (1855), Armenian Cathedral (1875), Complex of former Bukovynian Metropolitans, the University (1875), Jewish Synagogue (1877), the Drama Theatre (1905), Palace of Justice (1906) and Railway Station (1908). The city became self-governing in March 1864, when City Hall deputies were first elected.