Taking into account the scope of the changes, the administration urges travelers to double check bus times on the 118 website before traveling. Some routes will have journeys added, while the number of journeys for other routes will decrease.
The changes will affect around half of routes by 25 transport companies: Nordeka, Norma-A, CATA, VTU Valmiera, Liepājas autobusu parks, Sabiedriskais autobuss, Talsu autotransports, Tukuma auto, Ventspils reiss, Rīgas Taksometru parks, Ekspress Ādaži, Galss Buss, Jelgavas autobusu parks, Migar, Dobeles autobusu parks, Aiva auto, AIPS, Daugavpils autobusu parks, Balvu autotransports, Rēzeknes autobusu parks, Ludzas autotransporta uzņēmums, Jēkabpils autobusu parks, Gulbenes autobuss, Madonas ceļubūves and Ceļavējš.
The Road Transport Administration gathers data on route demand based on purchased tickets, so passengers are urged to buy them in advance. Please contact the administration if you encounter any ticket sales violations by calling or texting 27776621.
As previously reported, May 4 is a holiday in Latvia as it's the day the country reinstated its independence. That day the Supreme Council of the Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic adopted the Declaration "On the Restoration of Independence of the Republic of Latvia" and renewed the 1922 Constitution of Latvia, making it a free and democratic state once again. This year will be the 30th anniversary of the event.