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4.9.2022 | Estonia

Junction of Soo and Vana-Kalamaja streets to be closed for 1 month from mid-September

Text Mark Taylor
Photo Andrei Chertkov

Junction of Soo and Vana-Kalamaja streets to be closed for 1 month from mid-September

 

On September 12, the junction between Soo and Vana-Kalamaja streets will be closed, and will remain closed to vehicles for around 5 weeks while pedestrianisation works take place. Creating diversions for cars and buses that use the junction.

As part of larger plans to pedestrianize the whole of Vana-Kalamaja street, the junction between Soo and Vana-Kalamaja streets, will be closed on September 12. It will remain closed for around 5 weeks while the pedestrianisation works take place.

As a result of the closure of the junction, there will be diversions put in place for cars, the number 3 bus will also be diverted during the 5 week period.

The closure of junction between Soo and Vana-Kalamaja streets, is part of a larger pedestrianisation project covering the length of Vana-Kalamaja street, that will see the street landscaped with benches and green areas added, a viewing platform, and of course, a much bigger emphasis on pedestrians and cyclists. The pedestrianisation project is expected to be completed in 2023.

 

 

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