Prague Integrated Transport (PID) is a transport system including Metro, trams, railways, city and suburban bus lines, funicular and ferry. This system is gradually integrated by common transport and tariff conditions and by a unified transport solution including coordination of schedules.
Prague Integrated Transport is a modern integrated transport system of public transport of persons built according to the recommendations of the European Union as a municipal transport association. It gradually develops on the territory of the City of Prague, the districts Prague - East and Prague - West and the adjacent territory of other districts in Central Bohemian region with decisive transport relations to the City of Prague. Prague Integrated Transport is built with the objective to ensure good quality servicing of the territory supporting competitiveness of public transport against individual transport. Decisive criteria of the attractiveness of an integrated system are time, price, comfort, reliability and security.
Basic principles of Prague Integrated Transport are:
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