When economic reforms and foreign investment followed the transition to market based economy, it might be said that Prague had enough infrastructure in reserve to handle the resulting growth and deliver on the expectations brought by multinational companies and their increasingly international workforce.
That said, Prague and its sister cities in the former Eastern bloc share some unique challenges. With highly functional systems in place, the leading need is to maintain investment, and even more critically, ridership. Prague's modal split has shifted from 80% Public Transport / 20% Private Car (in 1989) to 60% PT/40% PC (2009).
Like many other European cities with 1st tier transport, Prague now faces the challenge of ensuring sustainable system wide development, amidst the challenge to go green and to find necessary capital.
It also faces a strong cultural shift, where its ridership is being courted by unsustainable levels of in-town private car ownership and usage.
Discover how urban transport experts are confronting these challenges at 2nd Annual Urban Transport and Mobility Europe 2012. Realtime Transport Information Systems, HOV/BRT lanes, Integrated transport and public parking all have a role in attracting investment. Discover the best mix of solutions from the best public transport practitioners in Europe and abroad with:
- European Passengers’ Federation
- Transports Metropolitans
- Consortio Regional de Transportes de Madrid
- City of Zurich
- Roads & Transport Authority (UAE)
- Regional Organizer of Prague Integrated Transport
- Warsaw Metro
- City of Berlin
- Transport for London
- Gothenburg Public Transportation
For further information
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