Travel Digital network is expanding even further!

Now it is possible to catch even more eyes, because at the beginning of June we added four new screens to the network of Travel Digital screens! These are locations that appeal to people outside the capital. Read below what these four mysterious locations are and how much coverage our digital screens have all over Estonia!

The new Travel Digital screens were installed in the second week of June this year

to Viljandi, Türi, Kohila and Rapla.

All the screens are located in railway stations, which are logistically excellent locations as they are visited by a large number of passengers on a daily basis. This way, your campaign can catch a lot of eyes!

Viljandi railway station


Viljandi railway station should definitely be praised for its natural greenery! As you can see in the picture, our screen will definitely not be hidden behind the leaves, but will be a feast for the eyes of passengers waiting for the train.

Türi railway station


The screen at Türi railway station is cleverly planned at eye level, which will not go unnoticed by passers-by or people in the waiting room!

Rapla railway station


In Rapla, our digital screens are now represented in two locations – the railway station and the Rapla prisma. Do you have a message that could speak to the people of Rapla?

Kohila railway station


The fourth screen is located in Kohila. Train traffic between Kohila and Tallinn is heavy, which is why a considerable number of people pass through the railway station every day. Also, there are constantly various events in Kohila and its surroundings, which gives our modern digital screen an excellent opportunity to convey information.

The entire network of digital screens in Estonia


Our entire network of digital screens is represented on the map above. We have expanded the network a lot over the years, now proudly boasting 41 locations and 150 screens!

The screens are located in the center of Tallinn, Tartu, Narva, Viljandi, Rakvere, Rapla, Paide, Türil, Jõhvi and Kohila. Maardu, Roo and Tiskre are also within the borders of Harju County.

In 2023, Elron trains made 7.83 million journeys.

Since the beginning of 2024, more than 1.2 million passengers have travelled by train, an increase of 7% compared to the same period in 2023.

“Elron’s transport volumes will start to increase with the arrival of new trains between 2024 and 2027, when the fleet will grow from 38 to 54 trains.”

The fastest growing routes (2022):

Tallinn – Tartu express 726 364 passengers (+44%)
Tallinn – Tartu 489 273 passengers (+35%)
Tallinn – Viljandi express 66 276 passengers (+32%)
Tallinn – Narva express 139 118 passengers (+31%)
Tallinn – Narva 456 684 passengers (+28%)

Data based on articles published by Elron (11.06.2023, 10.03.2024)


You can get more information from our project managers:

Fred Nagelmann +372 555 62200, fred.nagelmann@clearchannel.ee

Rauno Pärna +372 585 86059, rauno.parna@clearchannel.ee