City Hall in the town of Ústí nad Labem, North Bohemia, will reportedly commission a study to weigh the benefits of a possible road tunnel aimed at improving transit from the city centre. The proposed tunnel would be around four kilometres in length, connecting the centre to the D8 highway and ending at the Neštěmice district. Councillors at City Hall are of the view the tunnel should be paid for the state; no price tag has been mentioned yet.
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