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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

I forgot my personal property in a public transit vehicle, what should I do now? (immediately after the loss)

Immediately after the loss, you can contact the Prague Public Transit Company hotline at 296 19 18 17, where our info centre employees will connect you with a dispatcher (losses in trams, losses in buses,...), who will try to contact the driver of the given vehicle directly, who can then search the vehicle and secure the object you\'ve forgotten.

I forgot my personal property in a public transit vehicle, what should I do now? (more than a week after the loss)

After one week, items found in transit vehicles are handed over to this address:

Ztráty a nálezy
(Lost & Found Office)

Karolíny Světlé 5,
110 00 Praha 1,

tel.: +420 224 235 085.

I'm interested in working for the Prague Public Transit Company. Where will I find more information regarding job openings? And whom should I contact?
You can find information regarding job openings on this website. For specific positions you will also find the names of employees of our HR department who will be glad to give you more information regarding the job position you have chosen.
I'm interested in working for the Prague Public Transit Company. Where will I find more information regarding job openings? And whom should I contact?
You can find information regarding job openings on this website. For specific positions you will also find the names of employees of our HR department who will be glad to give you more information regarding the job position you have chosen.
I'm interested in taking advantage of the advertising space in public transit vehicles, or perhaps on them. Whom should I contact?

All advertising space for the Prague Public Transit Company is managed by

Europlakat spol. s r.o.
skupina JCDecaux

186 00 Praha 8, Křižíkova 34/148
www.jcdecaux.cz

It is best to contact this company directly regarding the rental of advertising space.

The www.dpp.cz website loads in Czech for me. Why is that?

The Public Transit Company\'s website is designed so that it uses the language environment of Windows as its automatic default. If you\'ve got Czech set as the default language in Windows, our website will also default to Czech upon loading.

Low-floor trams have started driving by my neighbourhood, and I'd like to start using them, but these connections aren't listed in the timetable. Why is that?

As of 3rd March 2007, the Prague Public Transit Company is deploying low-floor tram vehicles. These vehicles first undergo test operation, meaning that these connections aren\'t guaranteed; their timetables (TT) can change, and thus they aren\'t designated in the TT. Once test operation has been completed, they will be marked in the TT similarly to low-floor buses, meaning in bold and above the time of departure with the international accessibility symbol (wheelchair).

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