TALLINN - The speed limit on Estonia’s two-lane roads will not be raised to 100 km/h from the regular 90 km/h, but on 4-lane roads, it is likely to be increased to 110 km/h for the summer months, reports Public Broadcasting. The corresponding proposal was submitted by the Highways Board and the Economy Ministry Traffic Committee approved it.There are 652 km of road sections where last summer it was allowed to drive at 100 km/h. This forms four percent of the total length of state highways.The committee also discussed the possibility of limiting driving speeds to 80 km/h on ...
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