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Emerging smart cities in Central and Eastern Europe

30 November 2016 | By

A plethora of smart city initiatives are already underway across the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region. Besides making urban services perform better and more efficiently, a smart city approach can also present great opportunities for investment in public transport and intelligent transportation systems. Here Artur Perchel, Manager – Central…


Extending Prague Metro Line A and ongoing network construction plans

17 December 2015 | By Lukáš Kruml, Leader of the Investment Department at the Prague Public Transport Company

After years of planning and development, Line A of the Prague Metro network has been put into operation for passengers. Lukáš Kruml, Leader of the Investment Department at the Prague Public Transport Company, reveals the complicated construction schedule and the financial aspects of the Line A extension project...


Running efficient public transport in Pilsen

16 December 2013 | By Michal Kraus, General Manager, PMDP

Pilsen is the fourth-largest city in the Czech Republic. A strong industrial, commercial, cultural and administrative centre, the city holds a dominant position in western Bohemia...


Current and future position of public transport in the Czech Republic

22 January 2013 | By Pavel Dobeš, Former Minister of Transport, Czech Republic

Urban public transport systems have a long tradition in the Czech Republic and are well-known operational networks, especially in our large cities. Public transport systems can currently be found in more than 100 different sized cities in the Czech Republic, ranging from our smallest where there is often only one…