Prague Has Renamed Three Public Transport Stops

From the beginning of the new school year, several changes are taking place in the operation of Prague’s public transport.

The transport company expects a further increase in the number of passengers. Almost all train operations will thus go back to their schedule before the pandemic began in March 2020.

The new schedule and timetables for the metro and trams came into force on Saturday, August 28. The bus lines started running on a more frequent schedule on Wednesday, September 1.

The shortest intervals between metro trains are scheduled during the morning rush hour. On line A it is 150 seconds, on line B the interval is 140 seconds, and line C trains run every 115 seconds.

Trams run every 8 minutes during rush hour. Tramlines 9, 17, and 22 went back to running every 4 minutes.

For some city bus lines, the morning intervals are now reduced to the usual 6 minutes from as of Wednesday morning. Compared to its previous operations, approximately 15% more bus connections are now running at peak traffic times.

Additionally, as of Saturday, August 28, three public transport stops have also been renamed.

The Výstaviště Holešovice stop is now called the Výstaviště. The Černokostelecká stop is called Nové Strašnice and the existing Nové Strašnice stop was renamed to Limuzská.

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