Drivers who park their car in the P + R car park in Prague’s Černý Most will pay 50 crowns a day. The city is now completing the construction of a parking house. On the contrary, the P + R in Hostivař, which will be ready later this year, will be very free to stop. Fill it out from a document approved by Prague councilors on Monday. Prague has long had problems with the number of parking spaces. Since August, the city management has become more expensive to stand on P + R.
The parking lot in Černý Most will have 880 places, according to the document it is currently shortly before approval. The house is to cost about half a billion crowns. In Hostivař, there will be a car park in Dolnoměcholupská Street near the Prague-Hostivař railway station on an area 300 meters long and 15 meters wide. Of the 78 stands, four will be intended for holders of a ZTP card.
The price of the parking fee was set according to the municipal system of division of car parks into zones, according to the distance from the city center and according to the availability of public transport. P + R Černý Most was thus included in the zones connected by two and the car park in Hostivař to zero. Drivers in Hostivař will be able to stand for a maximum of 12 hours.
There are about twenty parking lots in Prague and are operated by the city company Technická správa komunikací (TSK). Since August 2021, the city management has raised the price of parking in the most frequent parking lots. On four people will pay 100 crowns per day and on nine 50 crowns. The remaining seven, which are not guarded, are free for 12 hours. So far, drivers in all car parks except one have paid 20 crowns a day.