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Vanasadama trammi projekt

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Construction of the Old City Harbour tram line
Design-build contract for construction of Old City Port tram line was signed in August 2022. The Contractor started with design of the project and construction works started in March 2023. The works will result in a new tram line running along a stretch of about 2.5 kilometers, starting at the intersection of Kivisilla and Gonsiori Streets and extending to Põhja Puiestee. The aim of the works is to improve the comfort of public transport, connecting Tallinn's main transport hubs and making transfers as easy as possible. 

Changes in May 2024:

1. Changes in public transportation from 03.05.2024
2. Changes in traffic from 06.05.2024

The construction of the new tram line will involve a large number of modifications. The future tram line will run from Kivisilla with a left turn to Gonsiori Street. From there, the route will run via Laikmaa, Hobujaama and Ahtri Streets to the harbor area. From Laeva, Kuunari and Kai Streets, the route will pass through the front of the A terminal, and via Logi and Rumbi Streets, the route will pass under the Linnahall. The tramway will reach Kultuurikatel from Mere and Põhja Puiestee and heads to the tramway towards Kopli.

This page will provide information on construction stages, traffic management, public transport and other important information related to the project. The information can be found in the relevant menus at the top of the page. We understand that the construction works will cause inconvenience to local residents, but we hope for your understanding.

The Vanasadama tram line construction works, including VAT and owner’s supervision, cost about €46 million, with €36.5 million from the The Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).

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