On Saturday, the Port of Tallinn and Merko Ehitus laid the cornerstone for the D-terminal €3.7 million parking lot being built at Tallinn's Old Harbor.
Peeter Nõgu, the head of the infrastructure division of the Port of Tallinn, said the construction of the building symbolizes the reaching of the next stage.
The parking lot, which has one underground floor and four above, will be opened to passengers next year and will be able to accommodate 400 vehicles.
The parking building is designed and built by AS Merko Ehitus Eesti.
The D-terminal parking lot will be built within the framework of the TWIN-PORT 2 project and will be supported by the European Union.
The TWIN-PORT 2 project is aimed at the development of the Tallinn-Helsinki sea route will be implemented in the period 2015-2020, with the participation of the Port of Tallinn, the Port of Helsinki and the ship operator Tallink.
Editor: Helen Wright