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He predicts that in a year’s time Eurolines buses will be driving nearly 10 times a day not only between Tallinn and Riga but also between Riga and Vilnius, and Riga and Klaipeda. This is mostly due, he says, to the failure of the railways to be competitive in developing passenger transport throughout the Baltic states, even if the Rail Baltica project is completed. At the moment the proportion of bus transport on international trips within the Baltic states is 3-4 percent, while air transport has little more than 1 percent. By 2010, the proportion for bus transport will grow to 10 percent, according to Vali, as the total market volume grows to nearly a million passengers a year.


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