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The A1 is a national road in Latvia connecting Riga to Ainaži.
The A2 is a national road in Latvia connecting Riga to Estonian border (Veclaicene), also known as Vidzeme highway in Latvia.
The A3 is a national road in Latvia connecting Inčukalns to Estonian border in Valka.
Bekker Port (Bekkeri sadam) is a seaport situated in Kopli, Tallinn, Estonia, located on the northeastern coast of the Kopli Bay (part of the Tallinn Bay).
National Road 10 (also known as Risti-Virtsu-Kuivastu-Kuressaare maantee; Risti-Virtsu-Kuivastu-Kuressaare highway) begins from Risti and branches off from the T9.
Põhimaantee 4 (ofcl. abbr. T4) is a 192-kilometre long north-south national main road in Estonia.
National Road 6 (also known as Valga-Uulu maantee; Valga-Uulu highway) begins from Valga at the border crossing with Latvia.
National Road 7 (also known as Riia-Pihkva; Riga-Pskov highway) begins from Murati.
National Road 8 (also known as Tallinn-Paldiski maantee; Tallinn-Paldiski highway) begins from Tallinn at Vabaduse väljak.
National Road 9 (also known as Ääsmäe-Haapsalu-Rohuküla maantee; Ääsmäe-Haapsalu-Rohuküla highway) begins from Ääsmäe at the Ääsmäe interchange of the T4.
Highways in Estonia are the main transport network in Estonia.
This page list topics related to Estonia.
This is a list of airports and airfields in Estonia.
Muuga Harbour (Muuga sadam) is the largest cargo port in Estonia, located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, northeast of the capital Tallinn, in Maardu.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Estonia: Estonia – state of 1.29 million people in the Baltic region of Northern Europe.
The rail transport system in Estonia consists of about of railway lines, of which are currently in public use.
As per Estonian traffic act § 15, the general speed limits in Estonia are.
Tallinn Airport (Tallinna lennujaam) or Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport (Lennart Meri Tallinna lennujaam) is the largest airport in Estonia and serves as a hub for the national airline Nordica, as well as the secondary hub for AirBaltic and LOT Polish Airlines.
The Tallinn Passenger Port or the Old City Harbour (Vanasadam) is the main passenger harbour in Tallinn, Estonia.
Tallinna Linnatranspordi AS (TLT) is a transportation company owned by the city of Tallinn, Estonia.
The Tallinn tram network (Trammiliiklus Tallinnas) is the only tram network in Estonia.
This article provides an overview of the transport infrastructure of Latvia.