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.   
Transport figures dip in first half of year
Data released by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) August 2 show that, compared to the 1st half of 2018, during the 1st half of 2019 the volume of freight carried by rail and road has decreased. 
Boss and board member fired from Latvian Railways
The supervisory board at the state-owned railroad company Latvijas Dzelzceļš (Latvian Railways) has agreed to terminate employment contracts with the company's management board chairman Edvīns Bērziņš and board member Aivars Strakšas, the supervisory board's chairman Jānis Lange told the press July 25.
No law to regulate electric scooters lying around in city
The popular electric scooters are becoming more and more of a nuisance on the streets of Rīga, but the Ministry of Transport does not plan to introduce any particular parking rules, claiming that the responsibility for the correct parking of the scooters lies with the companies providing them, reported LSM.lv on July 25. 
Krasta street repairs near their conclusion
Three years - such is the length of warranty provided by a company that is carrying out repairs on the important Krasta street (Krasta iela), reports LTV. However, doubts have been expressed about the quality of the work with fears that old potholes and bumps may reappear much sooner than that.
Finance Ministry wants another look at big train purchase
Before the government votes on allotting financing for the procurement of new electric trains, the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau must issue its opinion on that risks the deal may carry, believes the Finance Ministry, the LETA newswire reported July 15.
airBaltic flight makes emergency landing in Rīga
A passenger plane of Latvia’s airBaltic carrier which was on its way from Rīga to Moscow made an emergency landing at Rīga Airport on July 15, the airport’s spokeswoman Laura Karnite informed LETA.