Prague Integrated Transport (PID)

Valid from 11 December 2016

PID – Pražská integrovaná doprava

What is Prague Integrated Transport (PID)?

Do you commute to work or school every day? Or are you just going on an excursion? In Prague and the Central Bohemia Region, you can use short- and long-term PID time tickets.

ČD trains integrated into the Prague Integrated Transport (PID) system

Prague Integrated Transport is gradually developing on the territory of Prague and the Central Bohemia Region with vital transport links to the capital city. It encompasses the metro, trams, the railway, city and suburban bus lines, the funicular and ferries. These systems are being gradually integrated through common transport and tariff terms and conditions and a unified transport system including coordination of timetables. Rail transport (metro, railway, trams) makes up the backbone of Prague Integrated Transport. Bus transport is organised primarily as connecting transport serving terminals built near rail transport stations.

ČD passenger trains are designated as “S” suburban rail lines and can be used with PID tickets on these segments:

  • line 011 : Praha – Pečky (Os i Sp)
  • line 012 : Pečky – Kouřim  
  • line 060 : Poříčany – Nymburk hl. n. (Os i Sp)
  • line 061 : Nymburk hl. n. – Veleliby
  • line 070 : Praha – Všetaty (Os i Sp)
  • line 071 : Nymburk hl. n. – Čachovice
  • line 072 : Lysá nad Labem – Štětí (Os i Sp)
  • line 074 : Čelákovice – Neratovice
  • line 076 : Mělník – Velký Borek
  • line 090 : Praha – Roudnice nad Labem (Os i Sp)
  • line 091 : Praha-Hostivař – Roztoky u Prahy
  • line 092 : Neratovice – Kralupy nad Vltavou
  • line 093 : Kralupy nad Vltavou – Kladno (Os i Sp)
  • line 094 : Vraňany – Lužec nad Vltavou
  • line 095 : Vraňany – Straškov
  • line 096 : Roudnice nad Labem – Bříza
  • line 110 : Kralupy nad Vltavou – Podlešín (Os i Sp)
  • line 111 : Kralupy nad Vltavou – Velvary
  • line 120 : Praha – Kamenné Žehrovice (Os i Sp)
  • line 121 : Hostivice – Podlešín
  • line 122 : Praha – Hostivice – Rudná u Prahy
  • line 170 : Beroun – Králův Dvůr-Popovice
  • line 171 : Praha – Zadní Třebaň – Beroun
  • line 172 : Zadní Třebaň – Všeradice  
  • line 173 : Praha – Rudná u Prahy – Beroun
  • line 210 : Praha – Vrané nad Vltavou – Čerčany, Vrané nad Vltavou – Dobříš
  • line 212 : Čerčany – Sázava (Os i Sp)
  • line 221 : Praha – Benešov u Prahy (Os i Sp)
  • line 231 : Praha – Poděbrady
  • line 232 : Lysá nad Labem – Milovice

As part of PID, long-distance connections are also integrated on selected lines within the scope of PID. Starting 1 April 2017, it will be possible to use a PID ticket on fast (R) train lines:

  • R10  in the section Praha – Poděbrady
  • R17  in the section Praha – Benešov u Prahy 
  • R20  in the section Praha – Roudnice nad Labem 
  • R21  in the section Praha – Všetaty 
  • R22  in the section Nymburk hl. n. – Poděbrady 
  • R23  in the section Poděbrady – Štětí 
  • R24  in the section Praha – Kladno 

All railway lines emanating from Prague have been integrated into the PID system.