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2021 03 23
Increasing Heavy Goods Vehicles Flows on the Main and Regional Roads, Yet Decreasing Traffic Volumes on the State Road Network in 2020

Compared to 2019, general traffic flows decreased by 8.6 per cent on the state significance main roads in 2020. However, traffic volumes of road trains, i. e. towing vehicles coupled with trailers or semi-trailers (loading >12 t), (later – towing vehicles), increased by 2.6 ...

2021 03 16
Speeding up the Implementation of A1 Road and Via Baltica Projects

On 15 March the so-called technological break has come to end, which means an official start of road construction works under favourable weather conditions. This year, it is planned to complete a number of ongoing works on road A1 Vilnius–Kaunas–Klaipėda and to start the implementation of other significant road development and maintenance projects.

2021 03 15
SE Lithuanian Road Administration Starts Traditional Drawing Competition 'Safe Traffic on the Road'

This year, SE Lithuanian Road Administration (later – the Road Administration) runs a traditional drawing competition 'Safe Traffic on the Road 2021' ((later – the competition). Like every year, at the end of the competition bus stop shelters will be decorated by winner drawings, which will be selected by the winners‘ ...

2021 03 03
Distance-based E-tolling System: More Socially Fair and Proportional Charge

During 2020 the total amount of e-vignettes sold made up 49.43 million EUR (in 2019, 48.69 million EUR). The collected funds are allocated for road maintenance and development; however, only part of the income are allocated for the maintenance and development of toll main roads.

2021 03 02
SE Lithuanian Road Administration Became a Member of Energy Efficiency Club

State Enterprise Lithuanian Road Administration (later – the Road Administration) has been awarded a certificate for energy savings by the company ESO (Energijos Skirstymo Operatorius AB) and has become a member of the Energy Efficiency Club. 

2021 03 01
Spring Thaw Period May Correct Your Travel Route

Due to spring thaw, some roads cannot withstand heavy vehicle loads and seasonal load restrictions are put into effect on some Lithuanian state significance regional and national road sections. However, these restrictions do not apply to cars on the mentioned roads. 

2021 03 01
Pedestrian Fatality Statistics: Aging Population not Wearing Reflective Gear

Having analyzed road accidents and generalized statistical data, SE Lithuanian Road Administration has refreshed the portrait of a pedestrian fatality on Lithuanian state significance roads: a 61-year-old  male not wearing reflective gear or accessories walking along unlit exurban road on autumn or winter Friday night between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

2021 02 23
Training for Contractors - Paper Construction Journal is Replaced by e-Journal

More than three hundred technical supervision, road construction and design companies having signed contracts with SE Lithuanian Road Administration (later – the Road Administration) have attended a training course on how to use an electronic construction works' journal (later – E-journal).

2021 01 15
Winter Driving: Check Your Vehicle‘s Technical Condition

Changing winter weather conditions, more snow and low temperature urge drivers to be more careful on the road, to take safe rather than maximum permitted speed and to keep a longer than usual safe distance.

2021 01 13
Information on Traffic Conditions at 24/7

As winter weather has come, road users shall observe the changing traffic and road conditions. Due to the ongoing lockdown it is recommended to avoid unnecessary travel; however, in case of urgent need road users shall behave mindfully on the road.

2021 01 11
70 New Generation Speed Cameras Installed on State Roads

Seventy instant speed cameras (ISC) installed on the Lithuanian state significance road network register the speed of vehicles driving in both directions, the validity of vehicle‘s technical inspection, civil liability insurance and road user charge payment.

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2021 01 06
Another Step Made Towards Via Baltica Reconstruction from Marijampolė to the Polish Border

State Enterprise Lithuanian Road Administration (later – the Road Administration) has signed the Contract on the last, fourth road section, of implementing the project "The Preparation of Technical Design and Project Implementation Supervision of Main Road A5 Kaunas–Marijampolė–Suwałki section from 56.83 to 97.06 km".

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