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Big changes in Prague: Cars in the center

How will the rules for cars in the historic city center change? Where will you be charged for parking, and how much? What benefits will electromobility bring? And how will public space be transformed? Prague will see a reform of paid parking zones and the introduction of restricted access on certain streets. This should solve the blocking of tram traffic in problematic sections, where the lines can run several minutes late, which then extends to the whole city. Such delays reduce the quality of public transport as a whole, and it is necessary to keep the quality at a high level to motivate passengers to use it and thus free up the roads for those who really need to drive. Planned changes will give more power to the districts, particularly over resident parking. Join us for another evening with Zdeněk Hřib and Petr Hlaváček, deputies for transport and urban development.


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