15. 8. 2012
Drill Tested Flood Protection
The little barrier made of anti-flood elements around Staroměstská Metro Station might have seemed ridiculous. It was the very first time that a protection of this station has been installed.
2. 12. 2011
Prague – Safe Place to Live
Prague is one of the safest cities in the world and the safest city in the former Eastern Europe. This information was published by the American agency Mercer.
28. 6. 2011
More Police Officers at Zebra Crossings Near Schools
Police officers focus on zebra crossings near schools and on speeding.
1. 4. 2011
Needles Cleared from Playgrounds
The event is welcomed by parents as it is protecting their children.
26. 2. 2011
VIDEO: Civil Defence Shelter under Vítkov
The three-hundred kilometre long pedestrian tunnel, connecting Karlín with Žižkov, hides a network of corridors and rooms. Join us in exploration of the civil defence shelter!
8. 2. 2011
Open Day at Fire Brigade Stations
Parts of fire brigade stations open their door to the public on Friday 11th February 2011. The event is held to mark the European 112 Day.
7. 2. 2011
Drop in Pickpocketing
Over the last year, Prague Police registered a decrease in the cases of pickpocketing by 22 percent. This substantial drop is quite unique and has its roots in the years 2009 and 2010, when Prague Police broke up several gangs of pickpockets.
16. 12. 2010
To Save a Life is so Easy
In most cases of cardiac arrest, mouth to mouth respiration is not as important as chest compressions. Since for many this information may be a novelty, it is the theme of a handout distributed by Prague Emergency Medical Services on trams, buses and the metro.
1. 11. 2010
Safety of Pedestrians and Cyclists Is a Priority in Europe
The 3rd year of European Day of Road Safety took place in Brussels; a part of it was a conference with celebratory announcements of European prizes in the field of road safety. First place was taken by the civil association Prague Mothers for their activities in the program Safe Trip to School.
8. 10. 2010
Transporter Bridge to Help Chrastava and Revive Prague
The August floods in the town of Chrastava in Liberec Region caused damage amounting to 1.5 milliard CZK, out of which 181 million affected the property of the town. The flood damaged 12 bridges on the River Jeřice, Lužická Nisa and Vítkovský Stream. Four of these bridges were completely destroyed, including the main ones. All the seven footbridges disappeared without leaving a trace.