RIGA - State-owned joint-stock Latvian rail company Latvijas Dzelzcels (LDz) plans to modernize 48 rail stations throughout the country by 2023, investing a total of EUR 57 million, LDz board chairman Maris Kleinbergs told members of the press on Wednesday.
He emphasized that LDz is working to make full use of the new electric trains of joint-stock passenger rail company Pasazieru Vilciens, including the need for new infrastructure and suitable platforms.
In order to ensure the use of platforms, in the coming years it is planned to modernize 48 stations...
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