Crimean Trolleybus

Crimean Trolleybus

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Crimean Trolleybus Line (; ; ) in Crimea, Ukraine is currently the longest trolleybus line in the world.Murray, Alan (2000). World Trolleybus Encyclopaedia. p. 41. Yateley, Hampshire, UK: Trolleybooks. ISBN 0-904235-18-1.Makewell, Roy. "Trolleybuses Over the Yaila Mountains". Trolleybus Magazine No. 193 (January-February 1994), pp. 2-16. National Trolleybus Assn. (UK). and runs between the autonomous republic's capital, Simferopol, and the coastal city of Yalta on the Black Sea.

The trolleybus line, managed by the public transport company Krymtrolleybus, was built in the 1959 in the Ukrainian SSR as an alternative to extending the current railway line in Simferopol over the mountains to the coastal settlements. The line was opened in two parts: Simferopol—Alushta segment was opened in 1959 and the Alushta—Yalta segment in 1961. The journey to Alushta is about 1½ hours long, and the journey to Yalta is about 2½ hours long, and costs about 8 hryvnia.

The trolleybus line's route passes through the Crimean Mountains across the Angarskyi Pass, reaching at the road's highest point, then descends down to the resort town of Alushta on the coast. The remaining distance to Yalta is and winds around the mountains above the sea.

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