Lithuanian Railways

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Lietuvos geležinkeliai
Company typeGroup of public companies
IndustryRail transport
Founded1860 (first railway)
1919 (official)
1991 (current company)
Key people
Egidijus Lazauskas (General Manager)
Kęstutis Šliužas (Chairman)
ProductsRail transport, Cargo transport, Services
RevenueDecrease €434.1 million (2022)
Decrease €5.7 million (2022)
Decrease €1.2 million (2022)
Total assetsIncrease €2.280 billion (2022)
Total equityDecrease €1.161.5 billion (2022)
OwnerMinistry of Transport and Communications (Lithuania)
Number of employees
Decrease 6,126 (2022)
Footnotes / references
Historic headquarters in Vilnius
Current headquarters of LTG

Lithuanian Railways, abbreviated LTG, is the national state-owned railway company of Lithuania. It runs most of the railway network in the country. It has several subsidiary companies. The main ones are: LTG Link which provides passenger services, LTG Cargo which provides freight service, and LTG Infra which is responsible for the maintenance and development of the infrastructure.[3]

During 2022, Lithuanian Railways transported 4.69 million passengers and 31.0 million tonnes of freight; the majority of freight was oil products and fertilizers.[4][1][2]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "AB „Lietuvos geležinkeliai" Metinė ataskaita" (PDF) (in Lithuanian). Lietuvos geležinkeliai. Retrieved 2 March 2023.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "AB „Lietuvos geležinkeliai" Metinė ataskaita" (PDF) (in Lithuanian). Lietuvos geležinkeliai. Retrieved 4 July 2023.
  3. Burroughs, David (5 November 2020). "New structure boosts Lithuanian Railways' competitiveness". IRJ. Retrieved 10 October 2021.
  4. "Railway Operations in Lithuania".