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Tallinn continues to develop and modernize its public transport network

According to the draft budget for Tallinn 2023, the priorities in the field of transport are the development and modernization of the public transport network and improving environmental approaches of public transport in the capital. It will also ensure that public transport continues to be free of charge for the residents of Tallinn.

Tallinn to reduce embassies parking spaces 

Tallinn is planning to reduce free parking for diplomats in Tallinn. The change will affect the parking arrangements for more than 200 vehicles in Tallinn's public parking areas. Ambassadors' cars will continue to be able to park free of charge on the streets of Tallinn.

Tallinn plans to change public transport fees

The City Government has sent a draft decree to the City Council, which aims to change the fees of Tallinn's public transport from 1 May 2023. Public transport will continue to be free of charge for all residents of Tallinn, the change only concerns hourly fares, short-term season tickets for residents of other municipalities and foreigners, and Aegna ferry tickets.