Snow started around 4.30pm on Monday 30th January. This is an emergency repair, during which the bends on Gindisk Street near Jerusalem Street and at the intersection of Lazarsk and Vodikovi Streets will need to be replaced, dating back to 2014, said Miroslav Penk of the Prague Transport Agency (TPP).
Due to space constraints, DPP did not introduce alternative buses and suggested Metro as an alternative mode of transport.
Daily tram lines 3, 5, 6, 9, 14 and 24 operate on modified routes. The same goes for non-lines with routes 91, 92, 94, 95, 96 and 98. During the flood, the company built tram stops called Dldn on Dldn Street near the intersection of Senovni mnstm and Lazarsk on Splen Street.
Project of alternative transport, train between Jindisk and Lazarsk stops
It’s one of the most frequented sections of the tramway in Prague, and the worn curve is so high that the transit company can’t postpone repairs for five years, Benk said. Again, this shows how necessary the new tram line Vclavsk nmst Muzeum is, he added, which will enable an alternative route of tram routes that will have a significant impact on the entire city. DPP has issued a tender for the upper part of the Vclavskho nmst, the result of which should be known by the end of the year.
He provided Vluka with public transport that operated from the bird in Holiowice. There, due to track repairs, the tram does not run between the Vstavit and Ndra Holeovice stops. The snow will last until midnight on 5 December, with the daily closure of trams 6, 12, 14 and 17 and lines 93 and 94.