When entering a traffic jam, drivers must create the so-called "rescue aisle" between the left and the adjacent lane. This amendment to the road traffic act was passed today by the Senate. This is the same isle as in the neighbouring countries. Fire rescue vehicles and ambulances can also combine the blue and red beacon.
The 10th Prague district will be much easier to reach by trains from 2021. This will be possible thanks to the completion of civil structures worth over CZK 4 billion, the construction of which was officially started today by the RIA. Trains connecting the capital with South Bohemia will now use the high-capacity four-rail track where a new station Prague-Zahradní Město and the Praha-Eden station will be built. The track speed will rise to 120 km/h.
The last technical inspections took place between Jihlava and Velký Beranov, confirming that the section is safe for driving. RSD removed all traffic restrictions during one weekend and the section is now in normal use. There are still final works to be done here, but they will not affect the motorway traffic.
The decree amendment of the Ministry of Transport to be effective in October reduces the amount of compulsory vehicle equipment. Drivers no longer need to have replacement light bulbs or fuses in the vehicle any more. Scissors, a plastic mask, a triangular scarf and patches with a pad do not necessarily have to be inside the first aid kit any more.
The RIA prepared and submitted to the Central Commission of the Ministry of Transport for approval a proposal to replace the existing level crossing in Studénka with a multi-level crossing. They also prepared the Zoning Permit Design and submitted it to the building authority for a statement. The pre-condition for the approval of the proposal is the positive statement of the Studénka town representatives on a change of the urban development plan which would allow this construction.
The Czechs and Germans follow a common objective: the construction of the high-speed rail line from Prague to Dresden. They are starting work on an international presidential agreement on this cross-border railway connection. The Czech minister of transport Dan Ťok had this confirmed from his German counterpart Andreas Scheuer at their meeting in Berlin.