Road maintenance in Lithuania to be transferred to one firm this year

Maintenance of state roads in Lithuania will be handed over to a single state-run company, Kelių Priežiūra (Road Maintenance), by the end of this year. Lithuania's Transport and Communications Minister Rokas Masiulis says that restructuring of the sector had been in the plans for a long time.
Vilnius street
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