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==(Daugavpils -) Kurcums LDz - Turmantas LG (- Švenčioneliai - Vilnius)==
 
==(Daugavpils -) Kurcums LDz - Turmantas LG (- Švenčioneliai - Vilnius)==
[E] This route carries one daily train pair between St Peterburg and Vilnius.  
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[D] LG works to Daugavpils. A weekend only passenger service was reinstated on 4 April 2018 '''but is suspended as at Deember 2020.''' This route previously carried one daily train pair between St Peterburg (Russia) and Vilnius, which was withdrawn at the end of May 2015.
  
==(Daugavpils -) Eglainē LDz - Šapeliai LG (- Panenēžys)==
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==(Daugavpils -) Eglainē LDz - Obeliai<ref>LG Network Statement</ref> LG (- Rokiškis - Radviliškis)==
 
[D] No passenger service.
 
[D] No passenger service.
  
==(Riga - Jelagava -) Meitene LDz - Šarkiai LG (- Šiauliai - Vilnius)==
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==(Riga - Jelgava -) Meitene LDz - Šarkiai LG (- Šiauliai - Vilnius)==
[D] The UZ summer 2009 timetable shows a direct Odesa - Riga passenger train pair. However it is doubtful if these trains actually run.
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[D] Ukrainian railways operates seasonal trains 31/32 Riga - Vilnius - Minsk - Kyiv (and vice versa) via Siauliai every 4 days. See the Obscure Services pages.
  
==(Riga - Jelagava -) Renge LDz - Laižuva LG (- Mažeikiai)==
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==(Riga - Jelgava -) Reņge LDz - Laižuva LG (- Mažeikiai)==
[D] No passenger service.
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[D] This line was closed on 23 February 2010, when the (Rīga -) Jelgava - Renge service was withdrawn after the Lithuanians lifted the tracks on their side of the border in 2008 to prevent oil trains from the huge Mažeikiai refinery exporting their products via Ventspils. This action was declared illegal by an EU court, which required LG to have relaid the track by March 2012. In October 2017 the European Commission fined LG €27.9m and ordered them to ‘bring the infringement to an end’. LG announced in October 2017 that it would be rebuilt "shortly". Work began in June 2019 and the line officially reopened on 15 February 2020.
  
 
==(Priekule -) Vaiņode LDz - Lūšé LG (- Mažeikiai)==
 
==(Priekule -) Vaiņode LDz - Lūšé LG (- Mažeikiai)==
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==(Priekule -) Kaleti LDz - Skuodas LG (- Klaipeda)==
 
==(Priekule -) Kaleti LDz - Skuodas LG (- Klaipeda)==
 
[D] Line closed.
 
[D] Line closed.
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==References==
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Latvia]]
 
* [[Lithuania]]
 
 
* [[Border Crossings - General Information]]
 
* [[Border Crossings - General Information]]
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[[Category:Border Crossings|Latvia - Lithuania]]
 
[[Category:Border Crossings|Latvia - Lithuania]]

Latest revision as of 21:40, 15 December 2020

All rail routes between this pair of countries are 1520mm gauge.

(Daugavpils -) Kurcums LDz - Turmantas LG (- Švenčioneliai - Vilnius)

[D] LG works to Daugavpils. A weekend only passenger service was reinstated on 4 April 2018 but is suspended as at Deember 2020. This route previously carried one daily train pair between St Peterburg (Russia) and Vilnius, which was withdrawn at the end of May 2015.

(Daugavpils -) Eglainē LDz - Obeliai[1] LG (- Rokiškis - Radviliškis)

[D] No passenger service.

(Riga - Jelgava -) Meitene LDz - Šarkiai LG (- Šiauliai - Vilnius)

[D] Ukrainian railways operates seasonal trains 31/32 Riga - Vilnius - Minsk - Kyiv (and vice versa) via Siauliai every 4 days. See the Obscure Services pages.

(Riga - Jelgava -) Reņge LDz - Laižuva LG (- Mažeikiai)

[D] This line was closed on 23 February 2010, when the (Rīga -) Jelgava - Renge service was withdrawn after the Lithuanians lifted the tracks on their side of the border in 2008 to prevent oil trains from the huge Mažeikiai refinery exporting their products via Ventspils. This action was declared illegal by an EU court, which required LG to have relaid the track by March 2012. In October 2017 the European Commission fined LG €27.9m and ordered them to ‘bring the infringement to an end’. LG announced in October 2017 that it would be rebuilt "shortly". Work began in June 2019 and the line officially reopened on 15 February 2020.

(Priekule -) Vaiņode LDz - Lūšé LG (- Mažeikiai)

[D] Line closed and cut at Bugeniai.

(Priekule -) Kaleti LDz - Skuodas LG (- Klaipeda)

[D] Line closed.

References

  1. ^ LG Network Statement

See also