Rubesa: Extent of EU funding for Rail Baltica unclear after Brexit
Baiba Rubesa, CEO of RB Rail AS, the joint venture established to oversee the Rail Baltic railroad project, said that it is difficult to predict to what extent the project will receive European funding after the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
Riga Airport rail station contract signed
On March 20 the first Rail Baltica construction design and supervision contract for the construction design of a new rail station at Riga International Airport was signed in Riga.
What lies beneath? LTV probes Jēkabpils' thin roads
Tales of roads being built that don't go as far as planned, or contain fewer lanes than they should, are a staple of jokes about corruption. But LTV's investigative show Forbidden Methods on March 19 uncovered what looks like an imaginative variation on the same theme: roads that are thinner than they should be.
72 Rail Baltica tenders to be announced this year
Businesses in various sectors will have the opportunity to scrap from 72 different tenders this year connected to the major Rail Baltica infrastructure project, the company in charge of the  project said March 16 ahead of a major meeting about its progress so far. 
All aboard the "Amber train" for Baltic state rail freight
March 12 saw a meeting of executives from all three national rail companies in the Baltic states at which where agreement was reached on the organization of an intermodal "Amber Train" container route linking the three countries.
Lithuania starts rebuilding dismantled rail to Latvia
The state-run Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LG) has started to rebuild a railway stretch from the Mazeikiai oil refinery in northern Lithuania to the Latvian city of Renge removed nearly a decade ago.
March 21 deadline for Rail Baltica says European Commission
The European Commission has said that all three Baltic States have to agree on a number of issues related to the organization and structure of the Rail Baltica railway project by March 21st, reported Estonian public television and Latvia's LTV on February 27.
airBaltic orders four more planes
Latvian airline airBaltic said February 26 it had ordered four more planes - though this time not CS300 airliners but training aircraft for its pilot training center.
Rail Baltica route finalised at last
The actual route of the planned Rail Baltica rail link through the Baltic states has been finalised following the necessary paperwork being completed in Estonia, the consortium in charge of the project said February 15.
Bill for Daugavpils tram upgrade rises by 2 million euros
The cost of upgrading the tram lines in Latvia's second city, Daugavpils, has increased by 2 million euros, and due to design errors the planned reconstruction of the tracks has been stuck for almost half a year and could result in the loss of European funds needed for its completion, reports Latvian Radio.
I'm staying put vows Rail Baltica CEO Rubesa
In a February 2 press conference, after news of Estonian and Lithuanian shareholders expressing no-confidence against joint venture RB Rail boss Baiba Rubesa, she suggested there may be unfair interests at play, reported Latvian Radio. 
Lithuania offers to rebuild dismantled rail to Latvia by late 2019
Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) has submitted to the European Commission a plan for rebuilding a dismantled railway track from Mazeikiai, a town in northwestern Lithuania where Orlen Lietuva's crude refinery is located, to Renge, in Latvia, by the end of 2019.