Nusle Bridge set for major renovations in next few years

Prague’s Nusle Bridge is to undergo major renovations in the next three or four years at a cost of around CZK 350 million, a representative of the city’s roads authority said on Tuesday. The renovation project will begin this summer, when the structure’s lights and drainage system will be overhauled. Traffic will be restricted to two of the three lanes going in either direction when that work is going on. There is also a metro tunnel inside Nusle Bridge, which links the city centre with the large Prague 4 district and was completed in 1973.

Author: Ian Willoughby