The operators of the Prague underground rail system are considering bringing back litter bins, the newspaper Lidové noviny reported. The bins were removed from Metro stations seven years ago as a security measure in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. A representative of Prague’s transport authority said the bins could return in a few weeks’ time. Prague Town Hall, meanwhile, is in favour of bringing back the bins, but only in the vestibules of stations – not on platforms.
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