Latvian company A.C.B. to build access roads for Rail Baltica
Latvian company A.C.B.
Latvian construction firm A.C.B.
LTG Infra, which is responsible for implementing Lithuania‘s Rail Baltica project, to construct access roads at Latvia’s border.
The €8.59m ($9.91m) contract includes 14 roads in the Rail Baltica section Žeimiai-Šėta in the Jonava-Kėdainiai districts.
A.C.B. will complete the work in 14 months, and will provide exits from access roads where no separate maintenance roads can be built.
Rail Baltica is a project to create a fully electrified double-track European gauge railway that will link Warsaw, Kaunas, Vilnius, Panevėžys, Riga, Pärnu and Tallinn.