Due to the absence of a specific law for PPPs and concessions, private participation in infrastructure projects is largely regulated by the Public Procurement Act. On the other hand, the Administrative Co-operation Act (2003) provides a set of rules and requirements for early stages and post-completion of PPP projects.
PPPs have been implemented and supported by local governments in social housing and the education sector. For example, the Tallinn city government developed a PPP with Riigi Kinnisvara Aktiaaselts (RKAS) to renovate two schools. Recently, the upgrade of the Tallinn-Tartu 45 km-road link has been considered to be implemented via PPPs. Similar to Bulgaria, Estonia uses EU funds for infrastructure projects. The major national road project, Via Baltic, part of a Trans-European Network (TEN), was largely financed by EU Structural Funds. .
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