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Tallinn to install eight speed awareness monitors

Tallinn to install eight speed awareness monitors

The Tallinn Transport Department is installing eight speed awareness displays across the city to remind drivers of the current speed limits. These emotion cameras display vehicle speeds and provide feedback to drivers, showing whether they are complying with speed restrictions.

Indrek Gailan, head of the Tallinn Transport Department, explained that the city's goal is to create a safe and comfortable mobility environment for all traffic participants. "Electronic speed displays are one of the tools we can use. Emotion cameras will be installed in areas where we want to remind drivers of the speed limit and calm traffic. The locations were chosen in collaboration with district administrations in areas known for speeding issues."

The speed displays will be installed at Vinkli Street in Mustamäe, Pargi Street near Nõmme Gümnaasium and the sports center in Nõmme, Kunderi Street in the city centre, Majaka põik in Lasnamäe, Lodumetsa tee in Pirita, the beginning of Soo Street in Põhja-Tallinn, Kakumäe tee in Haabersti, and at the start of Mooni Street in Kristiine.

The total cost for the eight speed displays, including installation, is 45,200 euros.