Trams return to Karlova Ves

The timetable will change for several tram lines.

The Karlova Ves City  Hall tram stop under reconstruction on November 28, 2019The Karlova Ves City Hall tram stop under reconstruction on November 28, 2019 (Source: TASR)

Two trams, which stopped driving to and from the Bratislava borough of Karlova Ves during the reconstruction of tram lines, will operate again as of December 19, despite problems.

The last station at which trams 4 and 9 will stop is Kútiky in Karlova Ves. Once the second phase of reconstruction works ends, tram 4 will continue to the adjacent borough of Dúbravka.

“Until the launch of the tram to Dúbravka, we will strengthen the bus line X5,” the Bratislava City Hall said, as quoted by the TASR newswire. Other changes in bus and tram timetables will also occur during the launch of these trams.

The €65.1 million worth of work was split into several stages and began in June 2019. Reconstruction is projected to end in September 2020. The first phase of reconstruction was delayed by several weeks, however.

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