Driverless buses traveled 1,300 km in month in TallinnLocal News
- TREV-2 launches the road project of the centuryEconomy
- Trucks to pay up to €1,300 in road usage chargeEconomy
- Additional inspection of crashed vehicles consideredLocal News
- Tallinn to install speed camerasLocal News
- New road in need of repairsLocal News
- Technical inspection rules to changeLocal NewsMinister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kristen Michal has sent out for coordination the new traffic act bill that will lead to a more flexible technical inspection procedure. The draft act will change how vehicles are submitted for regular, repeat, and extraordinary inspections and exempt vehicles used only on small islands from regular inspection.
- Three young lives lost in car wreckLocal News
- 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.
- Editorial: the vociferous surrender of SuperbusOpinion
- Editorial: driving tests driven off country roadsOpinion
- Swedish-American invalid carriage caught in Estonian red tape Road Administration ardently reads the rulebookLocal News
- Estonia to raise speed limit to 110 on 133 kms of road this summerLocal News
- Drunk driver to equal murdererLocal News
- Less deaths, all else the same Road Administration presents annual traffic reportLocal News
- «Not humans but robots» – truck drivers honk horn at perceived police persecutionEconomy
- Handwriting helpful to decipher murders and forgeryLocal News
- Young woman repeatedly flunked by examiners under criminal suspicionLocal News
- Superbus granted line permits for 3 routesEconomy
- Editorial: The Fall of CorruptionOpinionThis fall, hardly a week goes by with no corruption case popping into public limelight. The former Port of Tallinn bosses. The Mayor of Tallinn suspected in accepting bribes. The incidents at local governments… The latest? Driving licence tests bribery suspicions at Road Administration, and a «passport mafia» network built on Police and Border Guard Board people.
- Editorial: bribe-thru Road Administration keeps getting stuck in mudOpinion
- Want an easier driving test? Pay €200 extraLocal News
- Two middle managers of Estonian Road Administration resign due to scandalLocal News
- Gold fraud flop trips up crafty crookLocal News
- Mobile speed camera tested: 94 percent exceed limit during half hourLocal News
- Priit Sauk to head Estonian Road AdministrationLocal News
- State seeks to lower speed limit on dangerous roadsLocal News
- Road Administration tells Superbus «no»Economy
- Estonia in ditch with official carsLocal NewsPublic sector possesses poor overview of its vehicle fleet; procurements to buy official cars are performed one at a time; the autos are used in a manner ineffective. Yearly, related direct costs could be cut by 28.3 percent i.e. €19.3m – would we be willing to amend the law and seek economies of scale.
- Bikers increasingly involved in accidentsLocal News
- Chief of Estonian Road Administration resignsLocal NewsHead of the Estonian Road Administration Aivo Adamson has tendered his resignation to the Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kristen Michal who granted it and May 31 is Adamson's final day in office, spokespeople for the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications told BNS on Thursday.