Compared to other major cities in Prague, Prague is relatively time-consuming. But if you compare the number of people who drive around the city on weekdays with those who use public transport.
The ratio of 57% in the number of public transport to 43% of transport vehicles, hard traffic is the technical of the first roads, which processed the map of dust columns for the Lidovky.cz server. Even so, Prague cannot do without mornings and spades.
Map of the busiest cities in Prague. CLICK FOR ZVTEN.
The red dots on the map are the highlighted kiosks that are the longest to go. Along with them, there are blue-colored streets in which, due to traffic lights and heavy traffic, you form daily convoys. On the contrary, the color of the street shows the strokes, which usually drive smoothly without any gaps.
The worst is, of course, the situation in the very center of the city, where the most is expected and where the meter and the meter are very fast. However, only the center is not affected in the morning and the peak. named the cities of the largest convoys of traffic.
The busiest kiovatky in Prague. CLICK FOR ZVTEN.
The reason is simple: the construction of the infrastructure in these cities is uncomfortable to support the Praan suburb from the outskirts of the city and the people who go to the center of the capital for work. On a working day, 300,000 cars drive into the capital. The completion of the Prague ring road (outer ring road around Prague) and the city ring road (commissioning of the Blanka tunnel complex and the construction of an entrance hall), to which the number of cars will move from the new streets, experts predict, will be of great help.
The city’s leadership would open the Blanka tunnel ahead of the new municipal elections. The commissioning of the tunnel in this thermal bag is probably unlikely. The construction company KD Praha DIZ, which is in charge of the supply of technological tunnels, said a few days ago that it will probably not have time to finish the elections. (VCE TTE HERE)