Traffic in Brno
It is still obligatory to have one’s mouth and nose covered when boarding public transport vehicles and during the ride.
- So-called blue zones have been operated as usual since 28 April 2020. They were free of charge from mid-May to 27 April due to a governmental regulation.
- The validity of long-term parking permits will be prolonged to all owners for the period the parking is free of charge (currently from 16 March to 30 April, i.e. 6 weeks). This will happen automatically by 26 April 2020 and the change will be visible at the personal user account. This measure applies to residents, visitors and subscribers for the B parking zone.
- The contact centre at Zvonařka 5 is open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:00 to 17:00, on Fridays from 8:00 to 12:00. Electronic handling of issues is recommended. Contacts can be found here.
- Applications for Personal User Account for residential parking may be temporarilly filed by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Measures in public transport
- It is still obligatory to have one’s mouth and nose covered when boarding public transport vehicles and during the ride.
- Trams, buses and trolleybuses have switched to holiday timetables.
- Buses and trolleybuses do not open the front door and access to the driver’s zone has been limited.
- Doors open automatically. However, this does not affect the obligation to give the driver a signal when getting on and off with baby carriages and strollers, requesting the platform to be ejected, etc.
- Increased disinfection of cars during their daily cleansing and ventilation of cars at final stops are carried out.
- Drivers in zones 100 + 101 do not sell tickets. This measure does not apply to regional connections where buses are equipped with cash registers.
- Detailed information can be found at the Public Transport Company’s website.