Government to allocate €8 million to Haapsalu railroad
After a week's discussion, the government approved Estonia's transport infrastructure investments plan for 2018-2020 yesterday. The plan will concentrate on the Tallinn-Pärnu highway and the Tallinn and Kärdla airports. Construction of the Haapsalu railroad is also included in the plan. The government will be investing an additional €135 million into transport connections.
12.05.2017, Georgi BeltadzeElu
Ohoo, klubi põrandat katab muru! Rohelisel peo astub pulti ungarlane Robert R. Hardy
Pidudesari «Greenfields» jõuab Eestisse sel reedel, 21. aprillil kui klubis 9/11 maabub Ungari DJ Robert R. Hardy, kes on kanda kinnitanud juba legendaarse Global Undergroundi ridades ja kannab Eestis ette palasid ka oma debüütalbumilt «Changes».
We could have a Tartu-Riga train tomorrow
Former chief engineer of Latvian Railways, Rail Baltic consultant Kaido Zimmermann explains why we need a fast European railway through Pärnu, while bringing in Tartu would make everything more difficult.
15.12.2016, Andres ReimerPM
Riigikogu majority behind Rail Baltic idea
Yesterday's deliberation of Rail Baltic as a matter of national importance in the Riigikogu, initiated by the Conservative People's Party (EKRE), ended on a note of strong support from the coalition and the Reform Party to an international railroad through Pärnu connecting Estonia to Europe.
14.12.2016, Andres ReimerPM
An airline that is not
Eager to enter aviation biz yet missing the permit to fly? No problem, go ahead as exemplified by our own Nordica or NewLeaf of Canada.
06.06.2016, Marge TubalkainPM
Africa en example for energy independence to Estonia
Thanks to technology revolution, the Estonian eager for innovation will within years break free from energy taxes imposed by the state, and of the major producers pampered with subsidies, predicts World Energy Council's European region head Einari Kisel.
11.01.2016, Andres ReimerPM
Client and bank to deal via video
Next year, Estonia emerges as among the first nations on Earth where clients must not trot to bank branches for transactions needing personal identification. A video link will do the job.
11.12.2015, Aivar PauPM
Editorial: connections lost? What's the cost?
Of course we need the connections. Truth be told, we will always need more of them, and of ever superior quality. International cooperation comes not the e-way only. People do have to meet in the physical realm, and that takes travelling at high speeds and by companies.
Editorial: Augean Stables, Estonia
With an environment under a single individual or grouping for a longer while, own rules are established prescribing that once the situation changes, a great cleanup is needed. A dirty job, in all likelihood. The way mud wrestling goes, none of the participants stays clean - nor the ones to comment on the event. This is the way it seems to be going with ferryboat traffic to Estonia's major islands, for years the playground of a businessman Vjatšeslav Leedo.
Estonia to set up new national airline
The Estonian government is about to set up a new company that would take over the role of national flag carrier if the European Commission makes a negative ruling as regards the lawfulness of state aid for Estonian Air.
Ministers of 5 states sign Rail Baltic cooperation record
Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish and Finnish ministers on Monday signed the Rail Baltic cooperation record in Riga, news portal of Estonia's national broadcaster ERR reports.
Estonia wants EU to support desynchronization of power systems
Estonia wants that during the European Council meeting this week developments of the European domestic energy market and desynchronization of the Baltic countries' power systems from Russian and Belarusian networks would be supported.
Public transport on connections course
New train timetable introduces idea of hauling small town folks to express stops. Same with Järva County buses.
03.02.2014, Hanneli Rudi