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2023 02 03
M. Skuodis: International Rail Freight Corridors, Direct Flights to Tbilisi at the Centre of Lithuanian-Georgian Transport Agenda

Today, Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis met with First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Levan Davitashvili.

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2023 02 03
Rail Baltica: the development of the railway infrastructure management model is continuing

The expert working group of three Baltic states has prepared key proposals for railway infrastructure capacity allocation after the launch of operations on the Rail Baltica railway line which is currently under construction.

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2023 02 01
Rail Baltica: special plan for section Kaunas–Vilnius under revision

Following the presentation to the public of the special plan for the Rail Baltica section Kaunas–Vilnius, there has been a great deal of involvement of interested parties — as many as 470 enquiries and proposals regarding the revision of the special plan.

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2023 01 26
LTG Infra announces new design tenders for Rail Baltica

LTG Infra, the company implementing the Rail Baltica project in Lithuania, has announced a tender for the infrastructure of the Kaunas passenger station territory. In the coming days, the design tender for the railway infrastructure of regional stations in Kaišiadorys and Vievis will be announced.

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2023 01 23
Ministers of Transport of the Baltic States Met in Tallinn to Discuss Passenger Train Services Between the Countries and Agreed to Speed Up the Rail Baltica Project

The Ministers of Transport of the Baltic States met in Tallinn on Monday and agreed to strengthen cooperation to improve mutual and international logistics links, and to discuss the possibility of launching passenger train services between ...

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2023 01 21
Skuodis to propose the launch of a Vilnius-Riga-Tallinn train route to the transport ministers of the Baltic States in Estonia; implementation of the Rail Baltica project also to be discussed

Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis is leaving this Sunday for a meeting with his two Baltic counterparts in Tallinn.

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2023 01 18
Minister Marius Skuodis discusses Rail Baltica implementation with project coordinator Catherine Trautmann

Starting a working visit to Poland on Wednesday, Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis met with Catherine Trautmann, the European Coordinator for Rail Baltica, to discuss the progress and implementation of this European standard-gauge railway project in Lithuania. 

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2023 01 18
Fewer deaths in 2022 on Lithuanian roads

Last year, 120 people died on Lithuanian roads, which is the lowest number of road fatalities in the entire period of independence. In 2022, there were 43 road deaths per million inhabitants, a rate that for the first time managed to catch up with the European Union average in recent years.

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2023 01 16
Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis will travel for a visit to Warsaw by train

On Tuesday, the Minister of Transport and Communications is leaving for Poland to participate in an international conference in Warsaw, which will emphasise the importance of the railway sector for the safety of Europe.

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2023 01 13
M. Skuodis urges acceleration of Rail Baltica implementation in Lithuania

On Friday, Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis had a meeting with the heads of the companies implementing Rail Baltica and urged them to accelerate the construction of the European gauge railway line in Lithuania in order to connect Lithuania and the Baltic states to Western Europe.

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2023 01 05
Ministry of Transport and Communications and LTG Link Sign Agreement on Passenger Transport by Rail

The Ministry of Transport and Communications and LTG Link, the passenger transportation company of the Lithuanian Railways Group, have signed a passenger transport agreement for the period between 2023 and 2032 aimed at creating even more convenient conditions for rail travel.

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2023 01 04
Lithuania Joins Cape Town Convention to Improve Aviation Business Conditions

Today, the Government endorsed the proposal of the Ministry of Transport and Communications to ratify the Cape Town Convention, which will facilitate business conditions for Lithuanian aviation and increase the competitiveness of Lithuanian aviation companies in the global market.

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