The capital itself will buy about 930 shelters for public transport stops. The furniture is currently owned and operated by JCDecaux, which will end its contract in the middle of next year and plans to take the shelters away. The city originally considered tendering for a private operator, but decided to buy its own shelters based on the commission’s recommendations. Some of the city’s companies will be in charge of acquiring the furniture, and the city management will still decide on the details. Representatives will probably also vote on the purchase of stops.
Fight for public transport shelters: Prague will buy them alone for 400 million. “There is a risk of influencing voters,” says the private individual
10. 02. 2020