Take a sneak peek at how Rail Baltica might look
The 6-billion-euro Rail Baltica infrastructure project is showing off what might be the shape of things to come in the form of designs for the stations, bridges, crossings and other pieces of civil engineering likely to be located along its 870-kilometer route.
airBaltic shows off its new Airbus A220 flight simulator
On December 3, 2019 Latvian airline airBaltic played host to Minister of Transport Tālis Linkaits  and media to show off its Airbus A220 flight simulator at the airBaltic Training facilities next to Riga International Airport. It is the first new full flight simulator ever purchased by a Latvian company and the newest such simulator in the world, the company said.
Rail Baltica employees voice concerns for project's future
The future of Rail Baltica is in the balance due to poor corporate governance and conflicts of interest, according to a statement signed by 62 employees of RB Rail, the company overseeing the major infrastructure project, the LETA news agency reported November 27.
Rail Baltica to begin Riga Airport station construction in 2021
Work on the Rail Baltica Riga Airport station and overpass could begin in 2021. Provisional costs are estimated at around 250 to 280 million euros, 85% of which will be financed by the European Union, with 15% state co-financing, according to the Latvian Radio.
Rail Baltica project to seek new CEO
The major Rail Baltica infrastructure project was given an additional headache October 28 with the announcement that Timo Riihimäki, RB Rail AS Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board will step down from both positions.
“e-talons” summer audit reveals possible corruption and overpayment
The officials responsible have known for some time that there are problems within the “Rīgas satiksme” (Rīga transport) subsidiary “Rīgas karte”, which is responsible for maintaining the “e-talons” electronic card payment system operated by public transport in Riga, reports LTV's De Facto investigative show.
Rail Baltica signs data deal with Bentley Systems
The Rail Baltica infrastructure project announced October 21 it had signed a contract with international software solutions company Bentley Systems "to deploy, implement and maintain Rail Baltica Common Data Environment for building [an] information management system (BIM)."
Ministry turns to Prosecutor General over Rīga transport company losses
The Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development (VARAM) said October 18 it was turning to the Prosecutor General's office to demand action because of "publicly disclosed information that Riga City Council (RD) officials do not plan to recover losses from former members of SIA Rīgas Satiksme (Riga Transport) board."
airBaltic "closely following" Airbus A220 engine issue
Latvian airline airBaltic said October 15 it had no plans to ground its fleet and was paying precise attention to advice from the company responsible for manufaturing the engines on its fleet of Airbus A220 aircraft. 
Latest Rail Baltica tender announced
The Rail Baltica Joint Venture RB Rail AS has announced a tender for the provision of Notified Body (NoBo) services on the 6 billion euro infrastructure project.
Travellers left stranded as Rezekne-Rīga route full up
Members of the public trying to travel between the Latvian capital and the eastern city of Rēzekne are facing frustration and inconvenience with the current buses full and not stopping to pick up more passengers, reports LSM's Latvian language service.
New rules for taxis at Rīga Airport effective Sunday
New regulations for taxis at Rīga Airport become effective September 15. It is expected that for the first days the No. 322 minibus will run extra routes to provide passengers with a way to get to the city, reported the Transport Ministry.
Rail Baltica provides progress update
The 6-billion-euro Rail Baltica transport project has released an update of progress made so far on what is intended to be one of the most important regional infrastructure projects for decades. You can watch the 12-slide presentation via the link below.