The Vltava runs through Prague and, although it serves as a main transport route, it also represents a barrier. In theory, this can be overcome by the many bridges that connect the right and left banks. But is it enough for all the participants in the traffic? Can cyclists or pedestrians, for example, move comfortably around the river? Where is it better to use a bridge, and where is it better to use a ferry? The discussion will explain what the traffic on and across the Vltava looks like and how roads on both banks act as the backbone of the city.
The event is interpreted into Czech sign language, and an automatic transcription is provided.