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Municipal District of Prague Suchdol

 

The city district of Prague-Suchdol is located on the northern edge of Prague and is an area with predominantly residential character, where the Czech University of Life Sciences (CULS) is located and close to the International Airport. Prague-Suchdol attracts new inhabitants (currently 8,000) and experiences a permanent population growth. This trend can be expected unchanged in the future, thanks to a sufficient quantity of development areas designated for housing and to the increasing number of students attending CULS (around 24.000 in 2013).

The new Master plan designed by the City of Prague, that foresees the development of Prague Ring Road and feeder road “Rybářka2”, would affect Prague-Suchdol area and inhabitants form the environmental, traffic and public transport points of view and would not meet user need of better transport services, walking distance and connections to the CULS. For these reasons the City District is interested in evaluating European good practices and investigating new solutions for local needs, in order to design and submit to decision-makers an alternative plan, which is efficient and which, at the same time, ensures nonetheless a higher environmental sustainability and accessibility.

Feasibility Summary – Final Version

12th March 2012 – 2nd State of the Art

11th September 2012 – 1st State of the Art