Service group: Transport
Vantaa Adult Education Institute organises civic education, basic adult education, and foreign language and integration training for immigrants.
In Vantaa, the cost of a parking fine is EUR 60, except in Tikkurila's most expensive parking zone where the cost of a parking fine is EUR 80.
With car and bicycle parking practices, Vantaa aims to promote the attractiveness and accessibility of the services in the district centres and the use of sustainable modes of transport, such as cycling and public transport.
The light rail is a significant investment into Vantaa’s future. It will have a leading role to play in stimulating the economy, since it will bring about new jobs and new business prospects along public transport connections.
Vantaa is part of the HSL joint local authority, which is responsible for planning and organising public transport in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area.
Various permits are required to perform different activities in the municipality. Vantaa issues permits in its area for such activities as construction, event organisation, restaurant operations and the sale of tobacco products.
Vantaa continues to develop the transport conditions of the city, especially safer pedestrian ways and cycle paths. Public transport is being developed in cooperation with Helsinki Region Transport (HSL).
6–15 May 2022, The Helsinki Metropolitan Area Cycling Week will showcase the joys of cycling through a wide selection of events. During the week, cycling commuters will be served breakfast, bicycles’ condition will be assessed, and the need for safe cycling conditions for the whole family will be