In the 1980s, the Vanšu Bridge on the left shore of the Daugava was only partly built because of a lack of funds. Now, the project has been entirely completed, making traffic in this place more convenient, faster and safer.
The objective of the construction of the Southern Bridge was to create a safe, environmentally friendly and convenient transport system for Riga that would be used to bypass the centre of Riga.
Riga International Airport became safer and more modern – a runway was rebuilt and necessary infrastructure was created.
Necessary construction was carried out at the site, in order that it should fulfil the minimum military requirements (MMR) for airfields in accordance with NATO airfield criteria and standards (Bi-SC 85-5).
The Saulkrasti Bypass is the biggest infrastructure object built from scratch in the history of independent Latvia and the first motorway stage to be newly built after the restoration of Latvia’s independence.
This project required non-traditional solutions in order to respect the atmosphere of the surrounding space, residents’ requirements and the biological characteristics of the valuable trees growing near the carriageway.
The objective of the Salaspils-Babīte Bypass was to ensure a traffic bearing capacity corresponding to the intensity of traffic and its composition, as well as the required safety level and drivers’ comfort.
On the left bank of the Daugava in the parish of Marupe, only 10 minutes drive from Riga city centre, a brand new landscaped village named Sēļi has been built.
Landscaping and repairs to courtyards and access roads in public use in Riga