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Wednesday, 08.07.2015, 09:45
Summer is a high-time for travelers: millions of Europeans travel around the continent and abroad. Are the passengers aware of their rights as travelers? These rights do exist and the Commission is therefore calling the EU member states to better apply and enforce passenger rights legislation.
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The Tallinn-Moscow passenger train that stopped operating in May will from 10th July 2015 will start running daily between the two cities, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
During the conference One Belt, One Road – Visions and Opportunities held in Klaipeda, leadership of China's province of Xinjiang and representatives of the largest Chinese companies engaged in the sector of transport, logistics, construction, and rolling-stock were introduced to Lithuania's sectors of transport and logistics, business cooperation opportunities, and business investment environment, reports LETA/ELTA.
The Moscow-Tallinn passenger train that stopped operating in May 2015 will start operating again on 10 July 2015, but this time the line goes through St. Petersburg, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
On 30 June 2015, the Council confirmed a deal struck with the European Parliament on faster and less burdensome vehicle authorisation and safety certification procedures for European railways. The European Railway Agency (ERA) will play a key role in this, informs eu2015.lv.
Riga Court Region Prosecutor's Office has brought charges against four former board members of Pasazieru vilciens (Passenger Train) in connection with the failed passenger train procurement.
Rimantas Sinkevicius, Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania, met with the government officials and representatives of the biggest transport, logistics, infrastructure construction and rolling production companies from the province of Xinjiang, reported BC the oress service of the ministry.