Driving on Tallinn's Kadaka Avenue should be avoided from Friday to Sunday as the road will be resurfaced after repair work was carried out on sewage pipelines below.
On Friday morning, the final reconstruction work will start on the section between Tähetorni and Mäepealse streets, and on the evening of May 31 at 9 p.m., the road will be reopened for normal traffic.
A whole section of the road will be restored and the road will be partially closed. At least one travel direction will be open at all times and regulators will direct the traffic.
Talvo Rüütelmaa, Deputy Head of the Tallinn Transport Board, said: "We ask all the drivers to carefully follow the temporary traffic signs and the instructions by the regulators, and if possible to choose another route."
Aleksandr Timofejev, Production Director of Tallinna Vesi, said the reconstructed pipeline works smoothly and has served almost 100,000 people for decades.
"We thank all the road users for their patience during the reconstruction work and for the good cooperation of the city of Tallinn in the rapid completion of the project," he said.
Editor: Roberta Vaino