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Ülemiste tunnel

Ülemiste Tunnel
The eastern portal
Location Tallinn, Estonia
Status Active
Route E20 expressway
Opened 2013
Character road
Length 320 metres (1,050 ft)
Number of lanes 4
Entrance of the tunnel on Ülemiste side.

The Ülemiste Tunnel is a road tunnel in Tallinn, Estonia. It is located southeast of the city centre near the Lake Ülemiste. The tunnel connects Peterburi Road (Tallinn–Narva Road, part of E20) with Järvevana Road (part of the inner beltway). It opened on 9 October, 2013. The tunnel is 320 m (1,050 ft) long, with a height of 355 m (1,165 ft), and consists of two parts divided by a thick concrete wall. It is the only road tunnel of its kind in Estonia.

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