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Tallinn to invest tens of millions in new public transport vehicles, elevating public transit

This week, the Tallinn City Government submitted a supplementary budget to the City Council for approval, which will increase the city's total budget by 9.5 million euros. The budget includes investments for renewing the public transport fleet, paving the way for tenders to purchase 10 trams, 30 gas buses, and 40 battery-operated trolleys, as well as for designing trolley infrastructure.

Tallinn's supplementary budget to improve winter street maintenance quality

The Tallinn City Government has presented the City Council with the first supplementary budget proposal for 2024, increasing the total city budget by 9.5 million euros. One of the priorities of the supplementary budget is the urban landscape and mobility sectors, with additional funds allocated primarily to improve the quality of winter street maintenance and to develop landscaping.