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Public transport

Low-floor tram
In the last decade, bus transport has made the biggest progress in the field of services provided to passengers with impaired mobility. A great number of buses are now low-floored (the height of the floor above the ground is 320 mm), plus they are equipped with a pull-out access ramp at the central door for the easy access of wheelchairs. On Prague’s streets you can also find more and more low-floored trams. On some lines these trams are guaranteed in the timetables. Prague has three Metro lines, speedily connecting the city centre and outlying districts. Due to technical reasons (some stations are very deep), there are only few stations in the very centre with wheel-chair access. Newer stations are designed to be accessible.

Barrier-free access to Metro station platforms:

Line A (green): Dejvicka, Muzeum, Strasnicka, Skalka, Depo Hostivar

Line B (yellow): Zlicin, Stodulky, Luka, Luziny, Hurka, Nove Butovice, Smichovske nadrazi, Florenc, Vysocanska, Kolbenova, Hloubetin, Rajska zahrada, Cerny Most

Line C (red): Ladvi, Kobylisy, Vltavska, Nadrazi Holesovice, Florenc, Hlavni nadrazi, Muzeum, Vysehrad, Pankrac, Budejovicka, Roztyly (n), Chodov, Opatov (n), Haje(n)

(n) = modified freight lifts which can be used only with an accompanying person instructed by Metro staff how to operate the lift

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