Starting Monday, the Transport Administration is increasing speed limits on state roads with separated driving directions.
This year, the speed limit is being increased on four-lane and 2+1 roads with separated driving directions; the speed limit will remain unchanged at 90 km/h on two-lane roads.
The speed limit on a 24-kilometer section of Tallinn-Tartu Highway between Kose and Võõbu is increasing to 120 km/h during daylight hours and under good road conditions.
The speed limit will be raised to 110 km/h on a total of 157 kilometers along Tallinn-Narva Highway, Tallinn-Tartu-Võru-Luhamaa Highway, Tallinn-Pärnu-Ikla Highway and the Tallinn Ring Road.
A maximum speed of 100 km/h will be permitted on a total of 30 kilometers primarily along 2+1 sections of highways, remaining unchanged from the winter season.
Editor: Aili Vahtla