Tallinn to adopt QR tickets in MarchLocal News
- Bus drivers already offered Finnish language coursesEconomy
- Superbus exits Estonia with court victoryLocal NewsHaving beaten Road Administration in lengthy court battle, Bus Transport Holding OÜ i.e. Superbus says it is leaving Estonia due to the stupid situation which would arise should the administration finally opt to issue the line permits applied for a year ago. The CEO Lauri Helke, a Finn, is open about the local 30 bus drivers being more than welcome in Finland where the bus company is a super success.
- Road Administration repents in dust and ashesEconomy
- Heart of Tallinn to undergo major facelift 3D animation added!Local News
- Ride-sharing regularisation spawns two Toompea demonstrations todayEconomy
- Editorial: the tongue-tied condition politically permanentOpinionIn any corner of Estonia, everyday affairs are to be possible in Estonian. The requirement regards all state and local government agencies and departments. Also, national language must be available at private service sphere. For that, the state must provide support. Even so, playing around with requirements sends wrong signals, breeds misunderstanding and conflicts due to ignorance.
- National language giving ground to RussianEconomy
- Greedy driver may spell village folks with no busLocal News
- Road Administration tells Superbus «no»Economy
- Editorial: public transport «pudding» – proof of the state reformOpinion
- Poor reputation to equal jobless taxi driverLocal News
- Elron CEO says new trains or wagons would eliminate problem of crowdingEconomyThe main solution to overcrowding on passenger trains during peak hours would be increasing the fleet of trains, and whether the solution lies in the acquisition of new trains or wagons must be shown by an analysis to be conducted by Elron and the government as the party that places the order for public transport service, the CEO of Elron says.
- Tallinn traffic to get tightLocal News
- Battle joined to jerk SavisaarLocal News
- Editorial: look further than a few yearsEconomyWork capacity reform, the new coalition’s initial bone of contention, should not be rushed with. The practical aspects ought to be thoroughly considered. Let’s not forget, also, that regionally the conditions for getting to work – public transport, jobs on offer, willingness and ability of local governments – greatly vary. Overlooking such small yet vital details, the reform cannot be of expected benefit.
- Editorial: former folly resurrectedLocal News
- For city slickers, nice bus beats free rideLocal News
- Estonian capital's public transport co to raise wages 6 pctLocal News