During the Christmas period, 24-26 December, public transport in Tallinn will operate on Sunday timetables, and on New Year's Eve the last buses and trams will leave the city centre at 3am.
On 24-26 December, only shuttle buses will run on bus routes 23, 34A and 57 to Rahumäe Cemetery, Metsakalmistu and Liiva Cemetery to ensure better travelling conditions for visiting the cemeteries.
Public transport will operate on weekday timetables on 31 December 2021 and on Sunday timetables on 1 January 2022.
On New Year's Eve, 31 December to 1 January, additional departures will be added to the city's main routes, so that the last buses will leave at 3am. The additional departures will involve only articulated buses and trolleys and longer trams.
Additional departures are scheduled on tram lines 1 and 4, trolleybus lines 1 and 3, and bus lines 1A, 18, 34A, 40, 42, 60, 63, 67 and 68. The last departures from the city centre will be at 2.45 for trolleybus No 1 and 2.15 for bus No 34A, 2.45 for bus No 63 and 2.45 for bus No 68, and 3.00 for all other lines.
On New Year's Eve, buses 1A and 34A will depart from the Hobujaama stop in the city centre, buses 18 and 40 from the Hobujaama stop next to the former Post House, and buses 42, 60, 63, 67 and 68 from their usual stops.