- Traffic changes due to construction of Reidi tee (9 September 2019)
- Kõlvart explained to environmentalists and city activists why it is necessary to modify the design of Reidi tee (19 June 2019)
- Traffic changes at Russalka (13 June 2019)
- Dago Antov: narrower intersections at Reidi tee would lead to overload (12 June 2019)
- Traffic changes at Passenger Port and Russalka (25 March 2019)
- Sargent cherries to be relocated due to Reidi tee construction (11 December 2018)
- Traffic changes on Uus-Sadama tänav and Petrooleumi tänav (26 October 2018)
- Demolition work at Reidi tee completed (12 October 2018)
Overview of the Reidi tee project
Opinion of Tallinn residents on the Reidi tee project - survey summary (Faktum & Ariko) (in Estonian)
Reidi tee is a new road constructed in Tallinn which extends from the Russalka junction to the intersection of Lootsi tänav and Tuukri tänav.
The project includes a seaside promenade, park strips with recreational areas, cycle tracks and driveways. The new road makes a large part of seaside scrubland around Pikksilma tänav accessible for public use, especially for pedestrians and cyclists.
The purpose of Reidi tee is to provide an alternative to Narva maantee for traffic between Pirita and the city centre. A part of Reidi tee will run further away from the sea and connect the port to both Pirita and Northern Tallinn.
There will be increased need for the new road also because the new pedestrian-friendly main street to be constructed at Narva and Pärnu maantee expands cycle and pedestrian tracks and reduces the number of driveway lanes. The construction of Reidi tee began in July 2018 and should be completed in 550 days.
Draft plans of Reidi tee (30 June 2016):