Because of the reconstruction of the trackwork, starting on Saturday the 4th July 2015 (the commencement of the operation) and lasting until Thursday the 16th July 2015 (the end of the operation), a temporary suspension of the operation of the metro C line will occur in both directions in the Kacerov – Haje section.
A substitute bus service
The Jizni Mesto – Haje – Opatov – Chodov – Roztyly – Kacerov route (in the case of certain connections only the Haje – Kacerov route) will be served during the day by substitute XC buses. In the direction to Kacerov the service on this line will be reinforced by the inclusion of XC1 buses that will not serve the Roztyly stop, and during work day morning rush hours also by XC2 buses that will be in operation on the Haje – Opatov – Chodov – Budejovicka route (in this direction only) and that will not serve the Roztyly and the Kacerov stops.
The intervals on bus lines Nos. 125 and 135 will be shortened and articulated vehicles will serve bus line No. 213.
Changes to the regular bus service stops:
- A temporary Roztyly stop for line No. 135 in the direction to Chodov will be established on Rysaveho Street, 70 metres prior to its intersection with Tomickova Street.
- The Kacerov stop (in the direction to Nemocnice Krc) for lines Nos. 114, 189 and 215 will be moved forward to the stop for line No. 106.
In connection with the planned suspension of the operation of the metro C line, the Prague Public Transit Company has implemented the following information measures on behalf of the passengers:
Information leaflets of several types will be issued in a total number of cca. 25,000 copies. These will be available in wire racks at metro stations and also in surface transport vehicles and in the information showcases at metro stations.
Starting on Saturday the 4th July 2015 and lasting until Wednesday the 8th July 2015 (at the weekend between cca. 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. and on weekdays between cca. 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.), approximately 10 members of the Information Staff wearing reflective vests will be deployed adjacent to the temporarily closed metro stations and in their immediate vicinity, who will be prepared to advise passengers on-site (not only in Czech but also in English) regarding the currently functioning transport links. The Information Staff will also be provided with the already mentioned information leaflets for passengers. At each end of the excluded section (Kacerov, Haje) Information Staff will be available to passengers during the time periods defined above throughout the entire period of the suspension of the operation, i.e. until the 16th July 2015.
Starting on Monday the 29th June 2015 information posters on stands will appear in metro stations that will provide basic information about the upcoming suspension of operation and these will also be available for passengers during the actual period of the suspension. From the 1st July 2015 the upcoming suspension of operation will be publicised by announcements at the metro stations and they will also be provided during the actual period of the suspension.
Cca. 50 information panels comprising a schematic drawing and basic textual information in Czech and in English will be prepared for providing information in regard to specific destinations.
We apologise for any inconvenience that may be caused to you and we thank you for your understanding.