Every spring, when the weather and road conditions are favourable, the Estonian Road Administration increases the maximum speed limit allowed on the four-lane roads with separated driving directions.
This year, it is possible to drive a total of 128 kilometres at the speed of 110 km/h, and the speed limit will be increased to 100 km/h for the distance of three kilometres.
The permitted speed limit will be increased only on the four-lane roads with separated driving directions. The maximum permitted speed limit on two-lane roads will be 90 km/h.
It is an option, not an obligation to drive faster on the 2+2 sections. If the driver sees that the traffic conditions do not allow to drive at 110 km/h, he or she has to slow down.
The summer speed limit has been increased on five sections of Tallinn–Aaspere of Tallinn–Narva road (110 km/h), in the junction of Haljala (110 km/h) and on the section of Kohtla-Järve–Jõhvi (110 km/h). On Tallinn–Tartu–Võru–Luhamaa road, the speed limit was increased on two sections of Tallinn–Kose (110 km/h), and the sections of Mäo passing (110 km/h) and Tartu–Ülenurme (100 km/h). On Tallinn–Pärnu–Ikla road, the speed limit was increased on two sub-sections of Tallinn–Ääsmäe (110 km/h). The speed limit was also increased at Tallinn roundabout on the section of Jüri–Luige (110 km/h).