Prague Gets New ‘Cyklobuses’

Travelling by bus in the Czech capital with a bicycle? It’s now possible as part of new pilot program

Travelling with a bicycle by public transportation in the Czech capital isn’t an uncommon sight; Prague metro riders have long been able to carry bikes in the first and last carriages.

Even some trams allow passengers to bring bikes, provided they are travelling in a certain direction (usually uphill, away from the city center) and not riding at peak hours between 14:00 and 19:00 on weekdays. This handy map from DPP details which trams you can bring your bike on. 

But bikes on buses? It’s long been forbidden.

Until now. A new pilot program will be launched this Saturday, May 21, that will allow passengers to carry their bikes on the 147 bus line from Dejvická.

Just not inside the bus: attached to the back via a rack.

Passengers will be responsible for loading and unloading their own bicycles; once loaded, they will receive a badge with an ID number from the driver.

Because of the time involved, unloading bikes will only be allowed at the Internacionální and Výhledy stops.

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The pilot program will run through October 2016. If successful, more cyclobuses are expected to be rolled out throughout the city.

More information available (in Czech) at

Timetable: DPP
Timetable: DPP

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