Unfortunately there are no regular services anymore but the train can be chartered. If you are a group it could be worthwhile looking into it.
There is a leaflet (in Lithuanian/English/German/Russian) with prices available at the tourist office on Laisves 11.
It's very convenient to reach the city by bus. Unfortunately, there is no information where you can ask someone face to face. The ticket vendors are very unfriendly when someone tries to ask something. There is a kind of loudspeaker where you can ask your questions but even my local friend wasn't able to understand the answer.
If you want to go to the coast from here then please note that the only express bus to Planaga leaves at 7.45 am and then there are a couple more buses to Klaipeda in the morning and none after 12 am!
Also when you see green or red dots on the big timetable then it means that you have to buy the ticket in advance with the red dots (if I remember it correctly)
Bus station is located on Savanoriu just off Laisves, right in the center
i was traveling on Eurolines bus from Tallin to Vilnius and we stopped at this town for a short time.