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In the 1980s, Lengiprotrans engineers designed various projects in the Baltics. Thus, by order of the Baltic Railway, Lengiprotrans has developed a project for a railway overpass in the town of Mazeikiai. Thanks to the implementation of this project, an important intercity highway with heavy traffic was developed and the safety of pedestrian traffic was ensured.

In the 1980s, Lengiprotrans engineers designed various projects in the Baltics. Thus, by order of the Baltic Railway, Lengiprotrans has developed a project for the reconstruction of a railway overpass in Vilnius. Thanks to the implementation of this project, an important intercity highway with heavy traffic was developed, and the safety of pedestrian traffic was also ensured. 

In the 1980s, Lengiprotrans engineers designed various objects in the Baltics. Thus, by order of the Baltic Railway, Lengiprotrans has developed a project for a railway overpass on the Vilnius — New Vilnia stretch. Thus, an important intercity highway with heavy traffic was developed. 

In the 1950s and later, Lengiprotrans engineers worked on various transport facilities in the Baltics. One of such objects, the bridge crossing at the dam of the Kaunas HPP hydroelectric power plant on the Neman River, was designed to solve the transport problems of Kaunas and Kaunas HPP. During the implementation of the project, a large overrun of urban transport was eliminated, and a rational interchange of road traffic was also organized.

Engineers of Lengiprotrans worked on various projects in the Baltics, including road projects. Thus, the automobile overpass at the intersection of the Southern Bypass with the railway access track of the Bubiškės enterprise was designed to solve the transport problem in Vilnius associated with an increase in traffic flows. 

In the 1950s and later, Lengiprotrans engineers worked on various transport facilities in the Baltics. One of these objects, the railway crossing through the Kaunas hydroelectric complex, was designed by order of the USSR Ministry of Railways. Level crossings at the intersection of the motorway and railway lines were eliminated, and traffic safety was also ensured.

Engineers of Lengiprotrans worked on various transport facilities in the Baltics. The railway crossing through the Klaipeda Canal — one of such objects — was designed to provide the necessary working and technological connections and traffic safety during the operation of the Rimkai-Port station of the Lithuanian Railway.

Alytus is a railway station on the Šeštokai - Alytus line of the Lithuanian Railway.

In 1978 Lengiprotrans carried out design and survey work at the station. Longitudinal and transverse profiles were developed, and the lengthening of the railway tracks was designed.

The railway line Varena - Alytus is a former section of the Lithuanian railway. During Soviet times, Alytus became the industrial center of southern Lithuania, which required convenient transport links.

In the 1970s, Lengiprotrans carried out design and survey work on the Varena - Alytus section. A catalog of mine workings was compiled, well columns for artificial structures were designed, and topographic plans were prepared.

In 1984-1985, Lengiprotrans participated in the design of the Klaipeda-Mukran ferry crossing to ensure transit traffic between the USSR and the CMEA countries (Council for Mutual Economic Assistance). Within the framework of the project, in 1985, the production base of the Balttransstroy trust was designed to organize the construction of a ferry crossing.

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