Cyclists now able to take bikes on Prague trams

As of April, cyclists will be able to take their bikes onto Prague’s trams, the city’s Public Transport Company announced on Wednesday. Up until now, cyclists have only been able to take their bikes onto the city’s metro trains. The service will be provided to cyclists for free, but will only function from eight o’clock in the evening until five in the morning during the week, and all day at weekends. Cyclists will only be able to take their bikes with them on certain routes as well. The idea will be tested until the end of this year, at which point the Prague Transport Company will decide whether to expand upon the scheme.

Author: Rosie Johnston