The Žižkov tunnel will be closed for 100 years: At that time there will probably be a circuit, people are laughing
“Somehow I didn’t notice in the media that the mayor was still in government or dealing with the movement from Běchovice and lobbied for the construction of 511 when he cared so much about it. Instead, he had Prague so dug up that any other mayor would have flown long ago. Every smart guy here on Facebook can tell that something is not going on, but it is worse to do something, “ summed up the “effort” of Zdeněk Hřib (Pirates) by one of the dissatisfied Praguers.
This happened after the mayor took a ceremonial photo shoot in front of the non-existent section of the Prague ring road, saying that he was not responsible for anything, and pointed to the previous Prague leadership and the current government.
The municipality, or the Technical Administration of Communications, which falls under it, has now succeeded in another great piece. It is rather funny, although many people would certainly agree that it is not so far from reality again.
Žižkov tunnel closed from 30 September 2021 22:00 to 1 October 2121 6:00, informs the prohibition sign in front of the well – known connection of Žižkov and Karlín.
“In those hundred years, there may be a city circuit, what about Zdeněk Hřib? And maybe the connection to the airport will be made? “ joked one of the inhabitants of the capital.
“It’s probably so that a politician can boast again that it’s overdue,” a certain Peter laughed.
“It simply came to our notice then. Even longer deadline than on D1, “ having fun Rita.
The City Hall of Prague 8 has already spoken out against the clogged Prague, and its representatives have called on the municipality to end the senseless closures that make the metropolis an impassable hell.
“For example, Zenklova Street went through a very amateur calming down in 2018, when vehicles were released from their lane into the tram lane, so there are cars and trams in long columns every day,” Martin Jedlička, a representative of the Prague 8 District, told CNN Prima News.
According to the municipality, everything is fine and coordinated. “Prague has a huge historical debt for road repairs,” said his spokesman Vít Hofman.