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From Monday the 1st June 2015 all the Metro Trains will go to Petřiny

From Monday the 1st June 2015 no trains on the metro A line running in the direction of the centre will terminate at Dejvická station.


The individual metro trains will travel as far as to the Nemocnice Motol terminal (while only on weekdays, from cca. 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., every alternate train will terminate at Petřiny station).

Shortened intervals

On weekday mornings the intervals between trains running in the Dejvická – Petřiny section will be shortened from 10 to 5 minutes, in the afternoon from 6 to 3 minutes and in the evening from 7-10 to 3.5-5 minutes. On the basis of traffic surveys and suggestions from passengers and from the Municipal Districts, the City of Prague has decided to strengthen the operation of the metro. This strengthening will assist those passengers who, at the Bořislavka and Nádraží Veleslavín stations, transfer to connecting buses. The journey to the Václav Havel Airport Prague, in the course of which, at the Nádraží Veleslavín station, passengers transfer to metrobus line No. 119, will also be speeded up.

ROPID, in collaboration with the Prague Public Transit Company, is currently evaluating not just the operation of the metro and the numbers of passengers at the new stations, but also the frequency of the surface tram and bus lines in those areas that are influenced by the opening of the new metro section. On the basis of those traffic surveys that have been conducted in vehicles or at bus stops and also based on directional questionnaires, ROPID will prepare an evaluation of the current traffic in the Prague 6 area and in its surroundings.


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