The company began independent operations in 1999. It runs the electrified suburban network around Tallinn, comprising 6 routes serving 41 stations. The former Elektriraudtee, the change of name from October 2013 reflects expansion during 2014 when it took over provision of regional services from Edelaraudtee AS (qv), using a fleet ...

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