Vääna–Haabersti shared-use path

The 5.3-kilometre-long Vääna–Haabersti shared-use path, built on a former railway dam, links the city districts of Haabersti, Mustamäe, and Nõmme with the shared-use path network of the rural municipalities of Saue and Harku and is part of the West-Tallinn shared-use path network. The path is five metres wide and runs beside a half-metre-wide running track coated with decomposed granite. The shared-use path is fully illuminated and includes 14 rest areas and three parking lots for vehicles. In addition to matters related to road engineering, the designs prepared by K-Projekt AS also encompassed street lighting, stormwater drainage, small fixtures, and landscaping. The shared-use path was constructed under the collaborative project ‘Construction of a Shared-Use Path Network in Harju County’ launched by the City of Tallinn and neighbouring municipalities; it cost 1.57 million euros and was partly financed from the European Union’s Structural Funds. The shared-use path was opened on 1 August 2012.

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Client: Eesti Terviserajad SA
Design period: 2009–2011