Trams 9 and 22 suspended temporarily

Track work in the center will affect several routes until Nov. 19

Tram travel continues to be disrupted in the city center, with the popular 9 and 22 tram lines temporarily suspended.

Due to work on the tram tracks at Národní and Spálená streets, tram service will be suspended in both directions in the section from Újezd to Lazarská until Nov. 19 at approximately 4:30 am.

Night trams, numbers in the 90s, are also being rerouted. The central transfer point for night tram lines is at the Karlovo náměstí stops.

The route changes are:

Tram lines 9 and 22 are temporarily suspended.

Tram line 2 is rerouted to Sídliště Petřiny – Chotkovy sady – Malostranská (at nábřeží Edvarda Beneše) – Právnická fakulta – Malostranská – Sídliště Petřiny.

Tram line 16 are rerouted from Lehovec to Sídliště Řepy.

Tram lines 18 and 93 in the Albertov – Národní divadlo section are diverted via the stops Výtoň, Palackého náměstí and Jiráskovo náměstí.

Tram lines 23 and 97 in the Karlovo náměstí – Malostranská section are diverted via the stops Palackého náměstí, Jiráskovo náměstí, Národní divadlo (at the riverbank) and Staroměstská.

Historical tram line 41 in the Lazarská – Malostranská section is diverted via the stops Karlovo náměstí, Palackého náměstí, Jiráskovo náměstí, Národní divadlo (at the riverbank) and Staroměstská.

Tram line 98 in the Lazarská – Anděl section is diverted via the stops Karlovo náměstí, Palackého náměstí and Zborovská.

Tram line 99 in the Karlovo náměstí – Újezd section is diverted via the stops Palackého náměstí, Jiráskovo náměstí, Národní divadlo (at the riverbank), Staroměstská, Malostranská and Malostranské náměstí.

Two temporary tram lines, 32 and 39, will be put into operation in the daytime.

Tram line 32 will run on the route Bílá Hora – Vypich – Malovanka – Pražský hrad – Malostranská – Újezd – Anděl – Kotlářka – Motol – Sídliště Řepy. Some of these will terminate at Vypich and Kotlářka.

Tram line 39 runs on the route Nádraží Hostivař – Radošovická / Nádraží Strašnice – Koh-i-noor – Vršovické náměstí – Náměstí Míru – I. P. Pavlova – Karlovo náměstí – Lazarská – Václavské náměstí – Hlavní nádraží – Olšanská – Biskupcova – Ohrada – Spojovací. Only every other tram will operate on the Nádraží Strašnice – Nádraží Hostivař section.

Some temporary tram stops have been established: Malostranská at nábřeží Edvarda Beneše in the direction to Čechův most, and Malostranská for night lines in Letenská Street near its intersection with Klárov Street in both directions.

No replacement bus services have been established.

The Prague Public Transit Company will be distributing informational leaflets in Czech and English. They will be available in trams and buses. There will also information boards in the metro stations.

Announcements in Czech and English are being made in the metro.

On first two days of the suspension, information clerks in reflective vests will be available. They can advise on public transport connection in Czech and English language.

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