Kėdainiai, Lithuania

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Population

city: 26

Land area

44 km2

Population density

591 inhabitants/km2


Kėdainiai is one of the oldest towns in Lithuania which is located on the pictorial shores of the river Nevėžis. Kėdainiai is one of the seven Lithuania cities having a unique old town.

The old town preserved historical streets, four merchant squares, and a number of valuable buildings of XVII-XIX centuries with the elements of Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism.

Kėdainiai is accessed by Via Baltica highway from Kaunas and Panevėžys, and by rail from Vilnius, Klaipėda and Šiauliai. It is also served by Kaunas International Airport, the second largest airport in Lithuania, located in Karmėlava site.

Modal Split

22
9
62
Year 2017

Source:

Kėdainiai Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan

Year

2017

PT
Walk
Bike
Car

Contact person for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning

Danguolė Paulauskė

Telephone: +370 34769548
Email: ltdanguole.paulauskekedainiai
City website:http://www.kedainiai.lt

Status of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan

SUMP was adopted in 2017.

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