The opening of a new Metro station in Prague in early April will result in the most changes to the city’s public transport system at one time since 2012, the news website iDnes.cz reported on Monday. When an extension of the A (green) line from Dejvická to Motol is launched, around 80 bus and 14 tram connections should follow different routes, while some new routes will be created and others discontinued, iDnes.cz said, quoting Ropid, the operator of Prague’s public transport system. Town Halls in Prague’s districts have until February 6 to question the proposed changes.
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