3. 3. 2014
Changes to Bus Timetables
As of Sunday 2nd March 2014, public transport timetables will undergo several changes. Permanent changes will affect suburban bus lines especially. The most significant change concerns the lines 160 and 359 in the area of Suchdol and Roztoky u Prahy, where several new bus stops will be introduced.
26. 2. 2014
Petřín Funicular out of Service
Due to regular inspection work, the Petřín funicular railway will be out of service from Monday 10th March to Friday 28th March 2014.
14. 2. 2014
Staroměstská Metro Station Prized by CNN
According to the CNN news station, Staroměstská counts amongst the 12 most impressive European metro stations.
13. 2. 2014
Prague tries out new electric bus – this time SOR
The SOR electric bus, with Cegelec electrical equipment, is in service on line 216 until 11th February, the same as a previous electric bus tested by Prague Transport Company (DPP) two weeks ago.
30. 1. 2014
Slight Increase in Car Accidents in Prague
“There were in total 18,500 car accidents in Prague last year and resulted in 29 deaths. Damage amounted to one milliard crowns. Compared to 2012 the number of people who died increased slightly, however, it is the second best result in Prague history,” stated Zdeněk Bezouška, a Deputy Chief of Prague Police.
27. 1. 2014
Carsharing Is Comfortable and Saves Money
Prague is another of the cities offering a revolutionary system of a car share for quick and comfortable transport. Carsharing is a phenomenon that has been increasingly popular. More information about the service provided Mr Pavel Louda, general director of CAR4WAY company which has launched its service in Prague.
22. 1. 2014
Free Electrobus on Route no. 216
From January 22nd to 26th, Praguers can try out an electrobus bearing the colours of Vienna Public Transit Company on route no. 216. Passengers travel for free. What is more, it reinforces the regular operation.
21. 1. 2014
Trains Increasingly Popular Means of Public Transport
According to a survey performed in autumn 2013 by ROPID organisation, České dráhy a.s., and the Faculty of Transport ČVUT, it was found that trains are increasingly a more popular way of travel in Prague.
21. 1. 2014
Take Nostalgic Bus Ride to Poděbrady
The 85th anniversary of the bus connection between Prague and Poděbrady will be celebrated on Saturday 25th January. The first bus left Prague on 15th January 1929. It was a Czechoslovak National Railway connection between Poděbrady spa and Náměstí Republiky, Prague. Today, a similar route is taken by bus no. 398.
13. 1. 2014
Traffic Restriction in náměstí Míru and I. P. Pavlova
In the next half of January, the section I. P. Pavlova–Náměstí Míru will be influenced by several changes in tram and bus transport, this concern mainly evening and night connections. The restrictions will last from 15. 1. to 28. 1. 2014.