Encounter of two generations of trams in Palacký Square, at the background of the picture is Prague Castle. On the left there is a tram 14T, in operation since 2006, and on the right there is a tram T3 operated since 1962.
A tram of KT8N type on the tram flyover crossing over the railway tracks between Ohrada and Palmovka, shortening the former tram connections in the Eastern part of Prague.
The electric multiple unit class 451, which has been in operation since 1964, manufactured in the factory Vagonka Studénka (Moravian-Silesian Region), is one of the oldest types of Czech electric trains used for suburban rail passenger service. The view of the train running on the New Railway Connection from Vysočany to Prague Main Station just in front of the tunnel under the hill Vítkov.
For the needs of suburban rail passenger service in Prague, Czech Railways (ČD) have been using modern electric multiple units class 471, called City Elefant, since 2000. They are articulated, including three double-deck cars. The picture showing a train, running on the New Railway Connection in the area of Krejcárek, where there are grade-separated intersections of railway tracks, was taken from the Vítkov hill.
An older articulated bus manufactured by Karosa Vysoké Mýto (Pardubice Region), full of students, has just arrived in the terminal Dejvická, situated at the edge of the Czech Technical University grounds in Prague.
The three-part articulated tram of type 15T on the line 18 on Milady Horákové Road in front of the tram stop Hradčanská. The latest type of the Prague trams is manufactured by Škoda Transportation, Plzeň. In operation since 2011.
New yellow cabs of taxi service are waiting in front of Terminal 1 of Václav Havel Airport in Ruzyně.