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  1. News
    24 March 2021

    Estonia’s free county public transport did not fulfill goals

    34 reads The National Audit Office of Estonia have been investigating the free public transport introduced in Tallinn, including the free bus and tram travel for local registered people. Analysis included...

  2. News
    03 February 2021

    Adaptive traffic management pre-feasibility study in Tallinn

    317 odsłon Searching for ways to improve urban mobility by reducing congestion, CO2 emissions and the number of accidents is a common challenge to all major cities in Europe. The recent emergence of the...

  3. News
    02 February 2021

    Electric cargo bike pilot project launched in Tartu

    loetud 32 korda The Velorent pilot project has been launched in the Estonian city of Tartu. The project is part of the CyclUrban+ project, which is supported by the European Climate Change Programme, and...

  4. Case study
    04 June 2020
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    04 June 2020
  6. News
    13 July 2020

    Tallinn announces a 13.5 kilometre green corridor

    48 reads The capital of Estonia, Tallinn, has announced a plan to create a 13.5 kilometre green corridor, with an investment of €1.3 million.  The project is part of a wider effort from Tallinn’s government...

  7. Video
    18 May 2020

    EMW smaller municipalities finalist- Paide (Estonia)

    Find out why Paide in Estonia were finalists for the 2019 EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award for smaller municipalities (less than 50 000 inhabitants). Prefer a park to a parking space? This is one way in which...

  8. News
    04 November 2019

    Tallinn and Helsinki to harmonise their public transport networks

    20 reads Tallinn and Helsinki are stepping up their commitment to increase cooperation. Only separated by the Gulf of Finland, the Estonian and Finnish capitals see the integration of their urban mobility...

  9. News
    17 June 2019

    Tallinn and Helsinki to be connected by a 20-minutes train connection

    1083 reads The Finnish Government has announced the construction of a 103-kilometre tunnel that will connect Finland to Estonia, which will allow people to travel from Helsinki to Tallinn in only 20 minutes...

  10. News
    27 March 2019

    Baltic capitals to be connected every two hours by high-speed train

    1311 reads A fast rail connection will link the Baltic capitals every two hours thanks to Rail Baltica, a major infrastructure project aiming to integrate the Baltic States in the European rail network....