The extended weekend metro service in the Czech capital will soon be a thing of the past. Prague city councilors on Tuesday voted unanimously to scrap the extended service of Prague’s metro and bus lines one hour past midnight on Friday and Saturday nights. The decision was taken for financial reasons and other restrictions are expected to follow. It is not yet clear when the change to metro and bus schedules will be introduced.
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