TALLINN - The Estonian government’s traffic committee decided that this summer, the practice of last summer will be continued and that the speed limits won’t be raised from the ordinary 90 km/h to 100 km/h on two-lane roads, reports Delfi.The speed limit can be raised to 110 km/h on certain highway sections on 1st class 4-lane highways in the summer.The committee, which convened in the Economy and Communications Ministry, stated that last year the traffic safety situation improved, but actions to make traffic safer will be continued. The traffic cameras project continue...
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