The extension of the operation to its original form is related to the growth in the number of passengers in the metro after 8 pm, says DPP spokeswoman Aneta Řehková.
In April, 22,705 passengers traveled in the metro in the evening, in May it was 34,412 passengers.
The metro will run again from July 15 until midnight – the departures of the last metro trains on all three lines will run from the central stations between 0:02 and 0:08. In the same way, connecting lines of daily trams and public transport buses are also sold. pic.twitter.com/FMNMB8gAK0
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“The last daily surface public transport connections will follow the last connections of the Prague metro. Following the extension of metro operation, the daily operation of surface public transport will also be slightly extended. Of its final, bus and tram night connections will start around 23:45, now it is between 23:00 and 23:30, “replies the transport company.
According to him, the first night tram connections are set up at the central interchange in Lazarská at 0:15.
|Departures of the last metro trains|
|–||Direction Motol Hospital at 00:08 from Můstek station|
|–||Direction Depo Hostivař at 00:07 from station Muzeum|
|–||Direction Černý Most at 00:04 from station Florenc|
|–||Direction Zličín at 00:04 from station Můstek|
|–||Direction Háje at 00:02 from the station Muzeum|
|–||Direction Letňany at 00:05 from station Florenc|
The departures of the last daily bus routes may not change yet.
The AE line will return at half-hour intervals from 1 July and will run between 6 am and 10 pm. From the same date, articulated low-floor connections will be deployed on bus line 100, which heads to the airport from Zličín.
The AE line will also become more expensive from 1 August. A full-fledged ticket, which has so far cost 60 crowns, will cost 100 crowns.