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State Railway Technical Inspectorate

The State Railway Technical Inspectorate implements the state policy in the field of railway safety and its functions are:

  • Monitor railway safety and the application of interoperability in rail transport
  • Provide public services
  • In accordance with the competence to represent Latvia's interests in European Union institutions and international organizations in matters related to railway safety and interoperability
  • Perform other functions specified in national, international and European Union legislation

The State Railway Technical Inspectorate is headed by director Andris Dunskis.

Requisites and contact information of the State Railway Technical Inspectorate:


Riepnieku Street 2, Riga LV-1050, Reg.No. 90000696181

Account No. LV35TREL9170392002000

Treasury, code TRELLV22

Phone 67234335, e-mail:



The purpose of public participation is to ensure that decisions taken by public administrations are relevant to the needs of the public, explained in a timely manner and comprehensible to those to whom they will apply. Public participation has a number of benefits, which are generally aimed at improving the quality of regulation - this process identifies the "real" problem, evaluates possible alternatives, identifies possible "side effects" of regulation in a timely manner, and ensures that the developed solutions are appropriate, effective and efficient. understandable.

Opportunity to express an opinion should be provided on development planning documents, draft legal acts in the initial stage of their development, as well as in other stages when issues relevant to the society are being addressed. Any member of the public who is affected or interested in the issue to be addressed may give his or her opinion. Every member of the public has the right to receive feedback on their proposal.

Public participation shall be carried out proactively by public administrations, seeking the most effective ways to involve and inform the public, in particular the public affected or likely to be affected by the proposed activity.

The State Railway Technical Inspectorate is involved in the development of planning documents and draft legal acts that affect its areas of activity.

If you have proposals for the improvement of regulatory enactments within the competence of the institution. If you have any additional questions, please contact us.

Phone 67234335, e-mail: