The terminal is part of a new four-track corridor, which railway administrators compare to the metro with its significance for the city.
The modernization of the corridor line between Prague’s Main Railway Station and Hostivaří goes to the finals. After the opening of the new Eden stop at the Slavia Stadium last December, the newly built station Prague – Zahradní Město will also start with passenger services on Friday 24 September. This was announced by the Railway Administration. According to the timetable, only passenger (and express) trains will stop here.
“Finishing works are in progress, the last parts of the paving are being laid on the platforms, elevators and escalators are being worked on, passenger toilets are being lined inside the check-in hall and decoration is also being created. This week, the tracks and tram islands below the station are also being tested in Průběžná Street, “ submit to the Railway Administration on its facebook pages.
Dopravní podnik hl. The City of Prague (DPP) added that on the day of the opening of the railway station, a new public transport stop Nádraží Zahradní Město will start operating, for tram lines 22, 26, 97, 99 and bus lines 101, 138, 175, 177 and 195. “It will allow passengers to switch between bus, tram and train connections in one place.” stated DPP.
The train / public transport transfer terminal is part of the newly built four-track corridor between Vršovice and Hostivaří. The railway administrators compare the buildings with their significance for the city to the metro.