The amount of people using public transport in Prague has gone down by 80 percent since mid-February, while traffic is down by more than a third in the centre, Prague City Hall announced on Friday.
According to Deptuy Mayor for Transport Adam Scheinherr the major decrease came after the government passed restrictions to free movement that came into effect on March 16.
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