In Prague, two large tram closures began on Národní třída and Vinohradská. However, the operation of the metro has been extended iROZHLAS
The junction on Národní třída is much quieter than usual. Instead of hundreds of passengers on the spot, only a few people pass by and learn that they will not get on the tram this time. They are advised by informants of the transport company, who are all over the city on Thursday. However, no major traffic complications have been reported so far, tram delays are up to five minutes at most.
The second large closure begins in Prague in Vinohrady. It will decommission Vinohrady from Olšany Cemeteries to the Museum. Due to this, only lines 10, 15 and 16 will run to the very busy Flora transport hub, but unlike Národní třída, spare buses will run along Vinohradská.
Passengers can check the current delays of their connections on the website mapa.pid.cz, including whether the connection goes to the intended destination. It will also help passengers PID Flyer application, where you can find a direct connection to where, despite the exclusions enough. For trips around the center, it is currently possible to make better use of the metro and also to monitor the reports. Closures are for motorists all over the city, so it doesn’t have to be worth the flight to the car before the delay.
Take the subway until midnight
The Prague metro will run again until midnight from Thursday. Prague, ROPID and the Transport Company (DPP) are definitely operating the metro sold in connection with the growth in demand and the number of transported passengers in the metro after 8 pm. The operation of the metro has not yet ended around 11 pm, it was limited due to the lower number of passengers related to anti-epidemic measures in the country.
The last train sets on line A will run from Thursday from the Muzeum station towards the Depo Hostivař station at 00.07 and from the Můstek station towards the Motol Hospital station a minute later. On line B, the trainsets will depart from the Florenc to Černý Most stations and from the Můstek to Zličín station at 00.04. The train to the Háje station will run from the Muzeum station on line C at 00.02 and the last connection in the direction of Letňany will leave Florence at 00.05.
The last daily bus and tram 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.
From its final, bus and tram night connections will start around 23.45, it is still between 23.00 and 23.30. Departures of the last evening connections of suburban buses and trains remain the same.
Prague’s public transport and suburban and regional buses now run according to the holiday timetable, and trams and metro trains will start running in full operation from 28 August.
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