Marine transport provides transportation within the region, in the range of the Crimean coast, with the countries of the CIS, as well as countries further afield. Cargo transportation is carried out in more than 40 countries around the world.
There are two civilian ports located in Sevastopol - Commercial Sea port (including passenger) and Sea Fishing port. Fishing Port is located in the Kamyshovaya bay, it is a gateway to the World Ocean for Sevastopol. Here homeport three vessels fishing enterprises in the region, "Atlantic", Yugreftransflot and SP "MIS". Hence, leave and return transport ships. It is widely used new technology transhipment from the vessel directly into cars or cars without going through the stores that reduce the vessel's stay, the need for warehouses, loading and unloading of additional jobs and inevitable in this economic loss as a whole. Since 1992, the port was opened to foreign vessels. 1000 ships annual visited Sevastopol, including more than 200 foreign.
Commercial Sea Port is located in Sevastopol Bay has a number of moorings in the city center next to the Grafskaya wharf - marine passenger terminal. The port has the necessary facilities and moorings - marine passenger terminal.
There are about 30 km quay walls and piers. In the CIS, only two cities has maritime as city transport - it's Vladivostok and Sevastopol. Through the Sevastopol bay boats are following by 3 city routes (total length - 18.5 miles - 31 km) on the northern side, Golandya, Troyckaya beam, TPP, Inkerman, Radigorka and seasonal routes to recreation areas - Uchkuevka , Omega, Park Pobedy, Golden Beach - 5 routes (19 miles - 38 km). Through Artbukhta - North side runs a ferry carrying at one time about 26 cars and 100 passengers. Every year on domestic routes carried more than 13 million people., Including day 35 thousand people.
Road transport accounts for a significant part of the cargo and passenger transportation within the region. The main axis of the road network in the region are highways of national significance Simferopol - Sevastopol and Sevastopol - Yalta. These roads are highways of the 1st category and have major asphalt-type bituminous coating. Road network of national and local significance connects all towns in the region with the city of Sevastopol, with each other and with the central agricultural estates. These roads have asphalt and gravel surface, which corresponds to 3 and 4 categories. The density of paved roads region refers to regions with the highest density of roads. The intensity of road traffic Simferopol-Sevastopol - about 20 thousand units of vehicles per day, and Sevastopol - Yalta and Sevastopol - Evpatoria - 1,5-2 thousand. / D., but the flow is not constant and can change with the seasons.
The main passenger transport carries ATP-14330. This is one of the oldest trucking companies of peninsula (it was founded in 1923 - Krymkurso). In the ATP there are about 30 of these new machines. ATP-14330 performs the transportation of passengers on 35 city routes with a total length of about 280 km and 18 suburban - 485 km.
The long distance bus routes are sent as to the cities of the Crimea, and beyond its limits: to Simferopol, Kerch, Feodosia, Evpatoria, Novoozerne, to Ukraine - to Berdyansk. Nikolaev, Kherson, Odessa, to Russia – to Novorossiysk, Krasnodar, Rostov-on-Don. ATP has several convoys - Balaclava and on the North side.
Bus passenger transport provides from the bus station and 4 stations: North, Balaklava, Inkerman, and 5 km of highway Balaklava.
Taxi transportation provides by taxi enterprise number 14,303th number of private autos. Maintenance of the population made cars by "Volga GAZ-24". Automotive Industry also undertake the carriage of passengers by bus to all areas of the city.
For Ensuring public personal vehicles Sevastopol has one of the first places in Crimea. Every 6th citizen has his own vehicle. Today in Sevastopol there are about 18 thousand motorcycles and scooters, 55 million vehicles, of which 8 million - foreign cars.
In the structure of urban transport significant place belongs to the trolleybus. Regular trolleybus system was discovered, the 06/11/1950. Currently there are about 20 trolleybus routes in Sevastopol, stretching over 200 km, that link together almost all areas of the city. During the day, trolleybuses transport over 300 thousand passengers.
Trolleybus passenger services produces by state-owned utility "Sevtrolleybus", which includes three depots. Every day the line can go about 160 cars. Unlike other Crimean towns with trolleybus transport (Simferopol, Yalta, Alushta), where the machines were produced by "Skoda" in Sevastopol fleet consists of nearly 100% of the cars Engels Trolleybus Plant Saratov region of Russia, which was worn for more than 60% . Were purchased articulated trolleybuses Southern Machine-Building Plant in Dnepropetrovsk, which are produced by the conversion. Speaking about the prospect of trolleybus traffic in Sebastopol, it should be noted that considering the issue of the construction of trolley lines and depots in Balaclava and on the North side, and the construction of 4 new lines in the Gagarin district.
The railway was built to Sevastopol 130 years ago, during the four years (1872-75 gg.). This road connects with Simferopol Sevastopol and Moscow. In total there are 6 Sebastopol area tunnels and viaduct 1 (Kamyshlovsky). Each of the tunnels has its own name: the longest of the tunnels - the East Inkerman (Gypsy) - about 500 m under Mekenzievy mountains - the Count (125 m), White (250 m), rusks (331 m) and Holy Trinity (294 m) - the Killen-beam; City (228 meters) - at the entrance Morzavoda. In 1975, the site Simferopol - Sevastopol was electrified.
Sevastopol railway section refers to the Crimean branch of the Dnieper railway. He is one of the most congested, because it has access to the ports ice-free sea. Rail transport is a leader in the transportation of bulk goods (raw materials, fuel) for the region. Among the railway stations of the Crimean branch of cargo turnover in the administration of the cargo, the largest station is the Gold beam (balaclava), which is sending fluxes mine group.
Sevastopol train station is the ultimate. The region rail network has a number of branches, from st.Mekenzievy mountains - on the north side of st.Inkerman-1 at Balaklava and Kamyshovaya bay. Send goods made from two commercial stations: Inkerman and Sevastopol-II - trade. Kamyshovaya bay transshipment of goods from rail cars to ships and back. Overall, the region's there are 6 train stations through which annually hosts approximately 7.5 million rail cars and oil tankers.
Passenger traffic implemented by the Sevastopol railway station, with four platforms that allows a direct passenger train to Kiev. Moscow. St. Petersburg. Dnepropetrovsk and other cities. Commuter trains to transport passengers to Evpatoria, Bakhchisarai. Simferopol. Djankov, Henichesk and Melitopol. For the year Art. Sevastopol - passenger serves about 1 million passengers.
Bel'bek International Airport (Ukrainian Mіzhnarodny Aeroport Bel'bek) - the international airport serving the city of Sevastopol and other cities of the Crimea. Is based on the eponymous military airfield.
In the spring of 2010 Sevastopol city state administration has announced the resumption of the functioning of the civil airport.
April 30, 2010 the airline "Dniproavia" on its official website announced the introduction of flights from Sevastopol to Kiev, Kiev and Moscow, and has published a preliminary advertising schedule.