TLT: The winner of the tram procurement, Polish company PESA will supply up to 23 new trams to Tallinn

A total of three tenderers participated in the international procurement of new trams – the …
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TLT: The increase in the service capacity of the public transport vehicle has led to the need for additional manpower

Today, TLT employs 1,400 drivers, but the growth in volumes and the desire to ensure …
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DEBATE: Will public transport of the future be hydrogen, electricity, or biomethane-based?

At the public transport vision conference “Public Transport in 2035” held in Tallinn, representatives of …
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Hololei: Cities are the best laboratories to test sustainable mobility solutions

Henrik Hololei, Director-General of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport, who made the …
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Driving courses

Category D driver training

September 1 – November 25
November 10 – January 20, 2023


Bus driver refresher training

September 19 – September 22 (in Russian)
October 17 – October 20 (in Russian)
November 21 – November 24 (in Russian)
December 5 – December 8 (in Estonian)


Tram driver

Held as needed


Come work for us

We offer enjoyable employment

We value our employees, and we note every bit of progress they make, whether it is great or small. We support lifelong learning and self-improvement by providing professional training so that our employees can keep improving themselves. We have modern working conditions and wonderful opportunities for both rest and exercise. Our organisational climate and internal communication are based on mutual understanding and respect. TLT’s excellent reputation starts with our employees, their professional skills and commitment. We employ more than 2,000 people, who are all dedicated to achieving our goals. If you would like to join our team, contact us now!

About us

Tallinna Linnatranspordi Aktsiaselts (TLT) is a public transport company owned by the City of Tallinn. TLT was formed on 18 July 2012 as a result of the merger of two longstanding passenger transport companies – the Tallinn Bus Company (Tallinna Autobussikoondise AS) and the Tallinn Tram and Trolleybus Company (Tallinna Trammi- ja Trollibussikoondise AS) – as a provider of public transport services. TLT is primarily engaged in providing bus, trolleybus, and tram services on routes within the integrated ticketing system of Tallinn.