Bratislava trams go as far as Dúbravka again

Work on tram tracks will resume in May, this time closer to the city centre.

The tram is back on track to Dúbravka.The tram is back on track to Dúbravka. (Source: TASR)

Tram transport has resumed on the stretch of the reconstructed tram line from Karlova Ves to Dúbravka after a dispute between Bratislava city council and the private owner of a plot of land below the tram technical facilities was settled. Tram service number 4 has been fully operational since Saturday, February 22.

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Trams on this route run at four minute intervals during peak hours and every five minutes beyond peak hours during working days and 7.5-minute intervals during weekends.

“The new track is quieter and has better parameters,” said Ľuboš Kasala from the traffic service Zelená Vlna of the public broadcaster RTVS. “It is one of the tracks that corresponds to the 21st century.”

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