Construction is now completed at Väo traffic junction, on the eastern edge of Tallinn, and is now open to drivers. The total cost was €19 million.
The junction connects Peterburi tee, Narva maantee, Tallinna ringtee and Laagna tee.
Four viaducts with 2+2 lanes have been built as well as pedestrian tunnels, bus stops, sound barriers and a network of bicycles and footpaths. Truck, camping and passenger car parks and an access road were built on the south-east side of the junction.
Landscaping will be completed in the spring and road markings will be added when the road surfacing is finished.
The majority of funding - 85 percent - was financed by the European Union's Cohesion Fund. Construction work began in the spring of 2020.
Editor: Helen Wright