On the order of the Tallinn Urban Environment and Public Works Department, the construction of a pedestrian and cycling path, linking the Lasnamäe cycle route to the city centre, started on 28 June. In the first stage, a section of the road will be created from Tondiraba Park to Vana-Kuuli street. The contractual deadline for the cycling path is November 2022.
Last week, installation started of twenty-eight new road thresholds on Tallinn's streets, and works are estimated to proceed until the end of July.
WHAT IS IT? A joint campaign of the City of Tallinn, the Police and Border Guard Board and the nightlife entertainment sector with the aim of...
Due to the Tallinn Open Triathlon that will be held in the vicinity of Lake Harku, the section of Paldiski Road from the shore of Lake Harku (Paldiski Road 124a) up to the city limit will be closed on Sunday, 24 July from 9.30 am to 5.50 pm. At the same time, the trajectory of the bus lines 27, 36, 61 and 62 will change from 10 am to 6 pm.
People experiencing difficulties, as well as teachers and medical workers, can rent affordable housing in Tallinn's municipal and social housing. Here...