Authorities may make Prague’s embankments more attractive to cyclists and walkers

The authorities in Prague are to consider a plan to remove parking spaces from some of the city’s embankments and to make it easier to cycle or walk along the River Vltava in the city. The proposals are included in a document drawn up by the city’s public spaces and development offices. A final version of the plan for Prague’s embankments should be ready by the end of they year, though no possible start date for renovation work has been set.

Author: Ian Willoughby