- published: 27 Apr 2016
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This is a video about public transport in Riga. Where and how to get tickets? What kind of public transport can You use? All this and more in this video about public transport in Riga.
various buses in the city of Riga, Latvia
USAF C-130 Hercules transport planes from the 142nd Airlift Squadron depart Ramstein Air Base, Germany headed for Lielvarde Air Base, Latvia to transport U.S. Army Troops back to Ramstein Air Base. Includes pilot POV scenes on takeoff and landing, plus communications. Filmed September 7, 2014. Film Credits: TSgt David Clark
Siemens windmills transport
the tram system in Riga. There are generally three tram models running in Riga including the might tatra. Most run with poles.
Hop aboard a Latvian train as we journey on a ride from central Riga station to Jurmala. Approach the Riga city train station from the road and check-out the massive rail station clock tower and the main hall. We board a long train and show you both the old and the new style rail cars. Leaving Riga, we see the old city center and cross the massive Daugava River. An amazing architectural landmark, the National Library is seen on the right in the form of a turtle? Pass old Communist era apartments and rural Latvia to arrive in Jurmala a seaside town west of Riga. We arrive on a Spartan platform and rush to check out the Communist era train station built in Soviet architecture style.
What will happen If you will start playing harmonica in public transport?
lots of trolleybus models in Riga, Latvia
U.S. Marines transport military equipment in preparation of Exercise Saber Strike 16 in Riga, Latvia on June 4, 2016. The Marines alongside numerous NATO countries participate in Saber Strike to train with mechanized assets and demonstrate the ability to work as one force. (U.S. Marine Corps Motion Imagery by Cpl.
So we know officials from Latvia have visited economic zones and logistics parks of Chinese central and western cities such as Chengdu and Chongqing before. What attracted Latvia in those cities? What Latvia further is cooperation with those cities? https://www.facebook.com/yicaiglobal/ https://twitter.com/yicaichina
Riga Technical University (RTU) is a modern internationally recognized university. It is the only polytechnic university in Latvia and the largest university in the country – it educates and trains almost 15 thousand students. RTU is focused on becoming a third generation university that not only provides high quality education, but also conducts advanced research and ensures innovation and technology transfer, practically implementing scientific discoveries. In the nine faculties of RTU it is possible to obtain high quality education not only in engineering, but also in social sciences and humanities.
A look at the trams, buses, and trolley-buses in Riga, Latvia.
As you just memtioned, you will have the three free ports in your country that you know Shanghai also have free trade zones,they are building the free trade points.Is there any possibility to cooperation? https://www.facebook.com/yicaiglobal/ https://twitter.com/yicaichina
Riga Central Station is the name of the main railway station and the surrounding district in Riga city centre. It is known as the main point of Riga due to its location near Central Station, and most forms of public transport stop in this area. Central Station is bigger than just the square in front of the station; it includes shops, public transport stops and various buildings. To read more about Riga Central Station, click here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riga_Central_Station . This film features views of passenger trains arriving and departing from Riga Central Station. The footage is taken from the platform, and from Neo Bar in the station clock tower. There is also footage of passengers trains, light engines and a track maintenance unit on the embankment between the station and Dz...
The first direct cargo train between China and Latvia has arrived in Riga. It's part of the trans-Eurasia rail network that links China and Europe. It can save much time and cost. The line is inaugurated as the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative seeks to build a trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Europe and Africa along the ancient Silk Road routes. Find out more in this video.
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Prof. Igor Tipans, Deputy Rector, International Academic Cooperation and Studies, Riga Technical University, Latvia, speaks about the opportunities for Indian students at the University. Video produced by DAI Europe for European Higher Education Virtual Fair - India and South Asia. Video #32
On 8 March 2016 the Minister of Transport Uldis Augulis, together with Chairman of the Board of SJSC “Latvijas dzelzceļš” Edvīns Bērziņš opened the modernized marshalling hump of Riga Šķirotava station that within the framework of the European Union Cohesion Fund and state budget co-financed project has been made one of the most modern marshalling complexes in the Baltic states and in 1520 mm gauge railways. The total costs of the project exceeded 40.3 million euros, of which 24 million euros are co-financing of the Cohesion Fund of the European Union, state budget co-financing was 6.85 million euros, and co-financing by “Latvijas dzelzceļš” was 9.53 million euros. As a result of the implementation of the project, the processing capability of Šķirotava station marshalling hump is increas...