Campaign poster "If you’re driving, then drive!"
15.09.2020
According to the results of a survey conducted in 2019, as many as 68% of drivers had used their mobile phones while driving in the previous 12 months. A further 23% had found themselves in dangerous situations as passengers due to the mobile phone use of the driver. According to Hannes Kullamäe, the director of the Traffic Supervision Centre, multitasking ...Read more

Rights and obligations of road users

What you need to know
when participating in daily
traffic

 

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Road toll in Estonia

From 1 January 2018, it is required to pay road toll for all heavy goods vehicles that weigh of over 3.5 tonnes. 

 

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TarkTee

Traffic information system Tark Tee provides information about road conditions, restrictions and road works. Tark Tee helps to plan a safe journey.

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Peatus.ee

Here you can find the easiest way how to travel by public transportation.

 

 

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PREVENTION CAMPAIGNS

The Road Administration and Police and Border Guard Board have organised a traffic safety campaign entitled “If you’re driving, then drive!” that will take place from 14th September to 4th October. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.

TRAFFIC SAFETY PROGRAMME 2016-2025

The new Road Safety Programme is a continuation for the first Estonian National Traffic Safety Programme 2003–2015. It has been compiled as the base programme (with a duration of 10 years) for the National Transport Development Plan 2014-2020.

The National Traffic Safety Programme 2016-2025 (DOCX) deals with ensuring traffic security in a more comprehensive way and its goal is to decrease the number of traffic related deaths and serious injuries.

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