Public transport route changes.

In connection with the asphalting of Kadak Boulevard between the streets of Leyva and Kalda on 29th and 30th of April, public transport routes are changing.

The bus route 24A will be shortened from the beginning of the working day on April 29 and till the end of the working day on April 30. Kadaka's stop on Akademiya Street will be its final stop in the direction from the city center and the first stop in the opposite direction. At the same time, Cassie, Mäepealse, Kivinuk and Raya stops are temporarily canceled.

From 4 p.m. on April 29 till the end of the working day, buses of route 10 will run in both directions along the Pärnu Highway, Laane and Hommiku Streets, Kadaka Boulevard with additional stops that will be on the detour route. Temporarily, Pidu, Vääna, Tähetorni, Kadak and Kalda stops are shut down.

From the beginning of the workday on April 29 until the end of the workday on April 30, the bus routes 20 and 20A will run towards the city center as follows:

from the start of the workday to 12 p.m. - along Kadaka Boulevard, Mäepealse, Raya, Akademia and Vilde streets with additional available stops on the detour route;

from 12 p.m. till 16 p.m. buses of these routes will run along Kadaka Boulevard, Tähetorni Streets, Vääna Street, Pärnu Highway, Ehitayate Streets, Akademia and Vilde Streets, with additional stops - Kadaka Blvd on Tähetorni Street and Nõmme on Ehitatate Street to the city center;

from 16 p.m. till the end of the workday these buses will run along Kadaka Boulevard, Hommiku Street, Laane Street, Pärnu Highway, Ehitayate Streets, Akademia and Vilde Streets, with an additional stop at Nõmme on Ehitayate Street to the city center.

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