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Czech Republic adds new public transportation system to boost tourism

ekrar TWO
Written by editor

Prague and other provinces of the Czech Republic have a new mode of public transport in the form of a brand new metro train.

Prague and other provinces of the Czech Republic have a new mode of public transport in the form of a brand new metro train. This will help tourists to travel to all the important destinations within the country and will also help to boost tourism.

Czech Railways is including two units, CityElefant, providing a super-speed commuting system of local transport in Prague. It will have 84 new units of CityElefant Metros that are powered by Skoda Vagonka engines, and a city train that is called the “CityElefant,” which is very comfortable, with air-conditioned units that have comfortable seats and toilets in the compartments.

Czech Railways spokesperson, Subova Catherine, maintained that CityElefant will run on different tracks including Studenka–Ostrava–Bohumin–Bridges at Jablunkova. Of the total of 83 units, 71 will carry passengers to the central region and around Prague, and will also pass through the Usti and Pardubice regions. The other 12 are on regional routes in the region. CityElefant trains will cover 33,400 kilometers every day on the Czech Republic tracks.