TRANSPORTATION &
LOGISTICS SECTOR
LATVIA
AECOM Transportation
Aviation Ports & MarineHighways Strategic Planning
& Advisory, PPP
Rail & Transit &
HSR
GOODS
N/S freight market is containerised
E/W freight market is bulk
GVA
Growth in GVA is stronger in the urban
areas than...
SEA
E/W freight from ports to inland CIS.
N/S freight is regional to Baltic ports.
Sea cargo is mainly bulk cargo.
AIR
Rea...
LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
• EDUCATION
– Over 11,000 student in transportation related studies (2011/2012)
– 7 major higher education institutions:
•...
FOREIGN INVESTORS COUNCIL OF LATVIA (FICIL) advocates the
development of a platform for:
SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY
by
establish...
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Arnis Kākulis, AECOM: Transportation and Logistics Sector in Latvia

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Prezentācija pasniegta pirmā Pasaules latviešu ekonomikas un inovāciju forumā, kas norisinājās Rīgā no 2013. gada 2. līdz 4. jūlijam. Plašāka informācija par forumu atrodama mājas lapā: www.ieguldilatvija.lv.

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Arnis Kākulis, AECOM: Transportation and Logistics Sector in Latvia

  1. 1. TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS SECTOR LATVIA
  2. 2. AECOM Transportation Aviation Ports & MarineHighways Strategic Planning & Advisory, PPP Rail & Transit & HSR
  3. 3. GOODS N/S freight market is containerised E/W freight market is bulk GVA Growth in GVA is stronger in the urban areas than in the rural areas POPULATION Population in the Baltic region is shrinking GDP Average long term growth in GDP is 2.3% in the Baltic States Macro – Economic Context in the Baltics URBAN RURAL
  4. 4. SEA E/W freight from ports to inland CIS. N/S freight is regional to Baltic ports. Sea cargo is mainly bulk cargo. AIR Reasonable network of routes for international air movements. Air service is less attractive for shorter distances. RAIL Int’l passenger rail service is poor. Regional rail is infrequent, yet cheap. N/S rail freight service is poor. E/W rail freight service is good. ROAD Road network quality is poor, yet permits reliable journey times. Good regional and int’l coach network. Analysis of the Supply of Transport Services
  5. 5. LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
  6. 6. LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
  7. 7. LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
  8. 8. LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
  9. 9. • EDUCATION – Over 11,000 student in transportation related studies (2011/2012) – 7 major higher education institutions: • Transport and Telecommunication Institute • Latvian Maritime Academy • Liepaja Maritime College • Riga Technical College • Riga Technical University • Malnava College • Riga Aeronautic Institute • RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS • Reseach and Education Centre for Business Logistics • Department of Modeling and Simulation • Telematics and Logistics Institute LATVIA: Key Figures (source: Polaris – LIAA)
  10. 10. FOREIGN INVESTORS COUNCIL OF LATVIA (FICIL) advocates the development of a platform for: SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY by establishing transparency – forward-looking governance and organizational restructuring of various transportation authorities, and identifying transport-related industry synergies that not only fulfill future infrastructure needs, but comprehensively catalyze national economic development. CONCLUSIONS
  11. 11. Thank You

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