Aug 11, 2023

Tram Section Between Karlovo náměstí and I. P. Pavlova Will be Closed for 10 Days

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Prague Public Transport Company (DPP) has temporarily closed the tram section between Karlovo náměstí and I. P. Pavlova for ten days, starting on August 11 until August 20.

This decision stems from the necessity to replace outdated tracks with modern ones.

The alternative bus route X10 has been introduced and will operate daily. Furthermore, a supplementary tram 32 has been implemented.

This route encompasses the following stops: Zvonařka – Bruselská – I. P. Pavlova – Karlovo náměstí – Náměstí Míru – Jana Masaryka – Vršovické náměstí – Čechovo náměstí – Koh-i-noor – Slavia-Nádraží Eden – Kubánské náměstí – Průběžná – Na Hroudě – Nádraží Zahradní Město – Zahradní Město.

During this ten-day period, trams 6, 10, 16, 22, 23, 24, 91, 96, 97, and 99 will experience route modifications.

Trams 6, 10, and 16 will split their routes into two sections to avoid the closed tracks. Trams 22 and 23 will be diverted onto modified routes, and line 24 will be shortened.

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Night trams 91, 96, 97, and 99 will be diverted via the Moráň and Albertov stops.



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