Prague City Hall announces bid for projects aiming to improve public transport
Prague City Hall has announced that 950 million Czech crowns from EU funds are to go to projects that will improve and develop Prague public transportation. Projects for the construction of new tram lines, wheelchair accessibility in public transport or new bike lanes can be submitted to the city’s EU funds department. The Prague Transport Authority is also eligible for funds. Tram lines especially are in bad need of modernization and the EU funds will help facilitate Prague public transport, Milan Richter, Prague deputy mayor, told journalists. Decisions on which projects will receive funding will be announced this fall.