Apr 25, 2024

Major Tram Closure Hits Prague for Two Months! Detours and New Routes Explained

Starting Monday, April 29th, a major tram closure will disrupt service for two months.

The Prague City Transport Company (DPP) must undertake a complete reconstruction of the tram line running along Dlážděná and Havlíčkova Streets in Prague 1.

This project, unfortunately, necessitates significant changes to over twenty tram and bus lines across Prague’s northeastern area.

The modifications affect both daily tram routes (1, 3, 6, 7, etc.) and night trams (91, 92, etc.). Several bus lines (207, 905, etc.) will also experience detours or renumbering. Even the historic tram 42 won’t escape the reshuffling.

Here’s a breakdown of the key changes:

Modified Routes: Daily trams 1, 7, 12, 15, 24, and 25, along with night trams, will follow altered routes.
Renumbered Routes: The remaining affected lines will operate under temporary numbers during their journeys.

Tram Renumbering Details:

Line 3 (Modřany direction): Jindřišská stop to Senovážné náměstí stop, then continues as line 26 towards Nádraží Hostivař.
Line 6 (Kubánské náměstí direction): Travels to Karlovo náměstí, then continues as line 14 towards Spořilov.
Line 14 (Spořilov direction): Shortened to Karlovo náměstí stop, then runs as line 6 towards Kubánské náměstí.
Line 26 (Nádraží Hostivař direction): Runs from Hlavní nádraží to Senovážné náměstí, then continues as line 3 via Jindřišská stop towards Sídliště Modřany.

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New Additions and Temporary Stops

The DPP will introduce temporary tram lines (30, 31, 34, and 90) and alternative bus services (X25 and X94).

Three temporary stops will also be established: Masarykovo nádraží (near Na Poříčí and Havlíčkova intersection), Senovážné náměstí (at Dlážděná intersection), and Vltavská (on Hlávkova Bridge forebridge).

These additional stops will serve not only trams but also the rerouted bus lines (207, 905, etc.).

We recommend checking the DPP website or app for the latest updates on specific routes and timetables.

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