Latvia - Lines with Obscure or Sparse passenger services
This list is based on the timetable which came into force on 9 December 2018. The LDz internal timetable does not use table numbers. Standard abbreviations are explained in General Information.
Map references for each route entry are given in parentheses ( ). References prefixed "ERA" refer to the European Railway Atlas Baltic States, Belarus & Ukraine, Regional Series 2017, by M.G.Ball.
Rīga pasažieru - Vagonu Parks/Vagonnyi Park [- Jāņavārti]
(ERA 251C2, not shown) LV19/1
All-stations electric suburban services in both directions and a very limited number of longer distance DMU services deviate from the double track main line and run to the south of carriage sidings and an EMU depot. They use a single track line and call at Vagonu Parks/Vagonnyi Park station. These frequent services run every day and can be easily identified in the Riga - Ogre and Lielvārde timetable.
Jelgava — Meitene — Šarkiai (Lithuania) — Šiauliai
(ERA 253C1) LV19/2
Ukrainian Railways operates a seasonal train between Kiev/Kyiv and Riga
|D1||31||Kiev/Kyiv - 05:51 Šiauliai - Riga Pass|
|D2||32||10:10 Riga Pass - Kiev/Kyiv|
D1: Runs every 4 days from 30 January 2019 from Kiev. Use the journey planner to determine which dates the train runs. One day later from Šiauliai
D2: Runs every 4 days from 31 January 2019. Use the journey planner to determine which dates the train runs.
Other sparse services
The following lines have a limited service of fewer than two trains a day each way or do not run every day:
|Pļaviņas - Madona||One train FSuO to Madona; MSO from Madona|
|(Pļaviņas -) Madona - Gulbene||No information yet available on when trains may run to Gulbene in 2019|
|(Jelgava -) Dobele - Liepāja||Once weekly: FO to Liepāja; SuO from Liepāja|
|Zilupe - Sebezh (Russia)||Once daily, with an additional train on a few days at peak periods|
|Daugavpils - Indra - [Bihosava (Belarus)]||Once daily|
Deletions since previous edition