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Thursday, 23.05.2013, 15:43
Estonian jobless people from Narva, buying cheap car fuel from the Russian border town Ivangorod, may be the cause of the long queues of passenger cars at the Estonian-Russian border, informs LETA quoting Postimees.
Keyword tags: Analytics, Baltic States – CIS, Estonia, Truck haulage
The truck lines at the Latvian-Russian border are decreasing since yesterday and overnight, as LETA learned from the State Border Guard.
The truck lines at the Latvian-Russian border have shortened at 7 a.m. today, there were less than 600 trucks backed up at the border, writes LETA.
Over 900 trucks were lined up at the Latvian-Russian border at 7 a.m. this morning, informs LETA.
As of 2009, the plan is to introduce EUR 11 (LVL 7.73) or Euro-vignette road congestion charge for lorries with weight exceeding 12 tons, BC was informed by Transport Ministry's (TM) public relations department.