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Hipodroomi intersection design to remain unchanged

The Tallinn City Government has decided to proceed with the current design plan for the Hipodroomi intersection development, as it accommodates all modes of transportation and offers sufficient traffic capacity. The city supports the developer in the swift implementation of the project.

Lastekodu Street to become Keldrimäe’s main street

On Wednesday, June 26, major reconstruction work will begin on Lastekodu Street, resulting in a high-quality urban space where people can safely and comfortably move on foot, by bike, or by car. The construction will bring changes to downtown traffic and, in later stages, to public transportation.

Temporary changes to public transport routes and traffic arrangements in city centre

Starting Monday, June 10, construction work on water and sewer lines will begin on F. R. Kreutzwaldi Street, leading to traffic restrictions. At the same time, two-way traffic for both cars and public transport will be restored on Gonsiori Street, which has been closed since March last year due to the construction of the Old City Harbour tramway. Additionally, from June 7, the southern branch of Ahtri Street will be opened to traffic, and traffic in the harbour area will be fully restored.

Tallinn to build a 14-kilometer linear park

Next week, construction will begin on the first phase of the Putukaväil (The Pollinator Highway) project in Tallinn, creating a new pedestrian and cyclist corridor between Ristiku and Sõle streets and establishing a diverse linear park that connects Sõle Street with Kolde puiestee.

Construction of Paldiski maantee pedestrian tunnel begins in June

Starting Monday, June 10, construction will begin on the pedestrian tunnel at the intersection of Paldiski maantee and Tehnika Street. This project will result in temporary changes to traffic arrangements and, in later stages, a temporary disruption of train services around the Balti jaam train station.

New bike path to connect Kadriorg and Reidi tee

Tallinn plans to establish a bicycle path between Poska Street and Reidi tee to enhance mobility for pedestrians and cyclists and to develop the city's network of bike paths. The public introduction of the preliminary design for the Poska-Reidi bike path is scheduled for Wednesday, May 15, at 17:30 at the Mati Undi Museum, located at Koidula 17.