Starting on May 19, night buses will be in operation in Tallinn. Four bus routes will be running, three days a week in the Estonian capital.
On 19 May, the City of Tallinn is set to launch a pilot night bus project, comprising four bus routes. According to Tallinn Deputy Mayor Vladimir Svet (Center), all four routes will begin with a circuit around the Old Town.
The new bus routes will operate three nights a week - Friday, Saturday and Sunday, departing from the capital's Baltic station (Baltijaam) every 30 minutes between 12.30 a.m. and 5 a.m.
The night buses, which are free of charge for Tallinn residents, will run through a large part of the capital, taking passengers to Mustamäe, Õismäe, Lasnamäe and Põhja-Tallinn and back to the city center.
According to earlier plans, Tallinn's night buses will continue operating until mid-September.
Editor: Michael Cole