Buses in Prague are not the most commonly availed forms of transportation, specially in the city. This has been done keeping the environmental issues under consideration. Most of the buses at Prague operate in the sub-urban parts of the city as well as in the interior districts. In these places, there are no facilities of metro or tram services. Like the metro services in the city, there are fixed schedules that the buses have to follow. There are night buses as well as day buses.
The daytime buses in Prague operate from 0430hrs to 0000hrs. The frequency of the services increase during the peak hours, while in the off hours, the duration between the services is around 10-20 minutes. The interval is somewhat extended during the weekends. The night buses follow a separate schedule. Bus numbers 501-512 operate from 0030hrs to 0430hrs
at an interval of 40 minutes.
There are also some buses that connect the airport to the major metro rail stations in the city of Prague. That is the easiest and most economical way of reaching the airport as well as the various metro stations from the airport. There are also special buses of Prague that offer wheelchair facilities for the physically challenged passengers, making their travel comfortable. These are special bus lines 1 and 3 that work only on the working days of the week. The most important bus stations in Prague are listed below:
- Cerny Most
- Na Knizeci