Information published on 13 February 2018 in the UIC electronic newsletter "UIC eNews" Nr 584.

Czech Republic : Exceptional Change of Passenger Rail Transport Services from 5 February

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As of 5 February 2018, Správa železniční dopravní cesty has prepared an exceptional change in the timetable of passenger rail transport services on a total of seven lines. This has taken place on the basis of ČD and GW Train Regio carrier applications.

As part of this change, some minor adjustments of the timetable of regional passenger rail transport services were made in the following regions:

  • In South Bohemia Region, the Train No. 8003 and 8018 will now operate Line No. 190 on a daily basis with the time of Train No. 7900, 8061, 8062 being changed further. Train No. 18122 will operate the Line No. 198 on weekdays and on Saturdays only with new Train No. 18124 being introduced on Sundays 80 minutes earlier.
  • In the Pardubice Region, Train No. 7141 on Line No. 024 now stops at Jamné nad Orlicí.
  • In the Zlín Region, Train No. 13255 and 3221 will now operate Line No. 280 on a daily basis with Train No. 3201 operating the line section Hranice na Moravě – Vsetín on weekdays. Train No. 4230 will operate Line No. 330 on the section Hulín – Staré Město u Uherského Hradiště 1 to 2 minutes earlier. Train No. 4110 and 1734 on Line No. 340 now stops at Ostrožská Nová Ves lázně with minor time changes incurred. Train No. 14331 will now operate Line No. 341 on Saturdays only with new Train No. 14337 connected from Bojkovice being introduced on Sundays. Following the adjustments on Line No. 340, the times of Train No. 4110 and 892 are amended with Train No. 1734 being introduced from Uherské Hradiště and Train No. 12257 and 12271 being introduced for the first time as well.

Even if this is a minimum change, we recommend that passengers check the current status of their train connection prior to a journey on the above mentioned lines. All these changes are published on the website www.szdc.cz and at the relevant railway stations as well. Additional information can be obtained from the cashier′s office for passenger services and carrier information centres.

(Source: SZDC)