Residents from Ivančická Street sent comments on parking spaces in front of their house as part of the zoning procedure. Primarily based on the requirement of SVJ 581, the current state will be maintained, where there are only longitudinal parking spaces. Vertical places will not be realized on either side of the street. Despite this change, the balance of parking spaces in the first 3 stages is still positive, ie. in total there will be more parking options than at present.
Councilor Jan Mikulecký organized a meeting in April 2012 with representatives of SVJ Místecká 567-569, where parking was one of the topics. Representatives of SVJ expressed support for one of the variants that change the axis of the parking lot, more here. The change of the axis was only conditionally approved by the Police of the Czech Republic, and as part of other project works, trips to Místecká Street were assessed in detail. The police of the Czech Republic issued a final opinion that the axis of the car park in front of the house must be preserved. Continue reading “Parking at Místecká 567-569”
The management of the town hall began to discuss again the several-year-old plan to revitalize Bahok, which includes the expansion of retail space for existing and new entrepreneurs, parking spaces and other options. Small establishments next to the Fryčovická stop now include restaurants, shops, workshops and warehouses. The basis for more efficient use of Bahok was laid years ago, when a simple study was prepared on the possibilities of developing this building. Now this discussion is on the table again, because the need for parking is obvious in this area and, moreover, the current entrepreneurs in Bahok are calling for its development. Continue reading “Stage 6: Val remains, parking lot in Bahok”
The revitalization project of the former Avia housing estate is nearing completion. The first phase of Lentilek has all zoning decisions and building permits, and subsidies of CZK 27,000,000 from European funds have been prepared. A tender for a supplier is currently underway and construction should begin in March. If everything goes according to plan, the first phase of Letňany lentils will be completed in October 2014.
The next phases of Lentilek will include the reconstruction of Bahok and the creation of parking areas, the completion of the revitalization of the courtyard at the Malkovského kindergarten and the landscaping in Nýdecká and Jablunkovská streets. A separate stage of Letňany lentils is the Fryčovická Snake Trail, which will run along the western side of the primary school of the same name. Letňany’s budget does not allow such high investments, and therefore all phases of the project will be financed from the European Structural Funds.
The lenses started. Work is in full swing and everyone in the housing estate may feel certain limitations. Especially drivers, for whom several streets will be temporarily closed due to the construction of new parking spaces and a new surface. However, the Skanska construction company must respect a number of conditions and must not close all roads at once. For the entire period of implementation will still be available min. 70 parking spaces in Jančova, Ivančická or Místecká streets (part of the affected area is only Místecká 567-569 including the car park). Continue reading “Lentilek schedule: how will the streets be closed?”
On Monday 12/5, the first new parking spaces, which were created within the Letňany lentils, were handed over for early use. There are a few places in Jančová Street and another at the end in Ivančická. Parking has been a big topic since the first Lentilek study was published. Especially in Ivančická it can be seen that the designers were looking for practically every meter that could be used for cars. Continue reading “First parking spaces available”
From next year, drivers will be able to use dozens of new parking spaces. Jančova Street has been given a new surface and vertical parking spaces will be on both sides. As part of the Lentilek project, the original pines were also preserved, for which special protective countermeasures were implemented during construction. Jančova will be passable along Kuželova Street for the time being, it will be completely open until Ivančická in October.
The car park in front of Místecká 567 – 569 will be closed from 21/7. The entire crossroads Místecká x Jančova x Jablunkovská will be impassable for several weeks. Before closing the whole area, Jančova Street will be opened with dozens of new parking spaces. Drivers can park their cars in newly created places.
Kuželova Street will also be closed from 21/7. Entry will be allowed only to construction machinery and cars of the construction contractor. We apologize to the drivers for the traffic restrictions.
The first new part of Jančová Street is open from 21/7. Dozens of new parking spaces could be filled by drivers the weekend before the opening. Jančova Street has been given a new surface and vertical parking spaces are on both sides. As part of the Lentilek project, the original pines were also preserved, for which special protective countermeasures were implemented during construction. The entrance to the street in the coming weeks will be only from Místecká. Drivers will fully enjoy Jančov from October. Continue reading “More parking in Jančov”
As part of the Letňanská lentilka project, traffic in the housing estate will also change significantly. New parking spaces have been added for drivers and road surfaces have changed. Some crossings have been modified to protect pedestrians. Traffic calming is achieved by retarders and other deceleration elements. The Lentilek housing estate is now ZONE 30. What does this mean for drivers? Continue reading “The housing estate will be ZONE 30”