Národní třída street, 28. října street, Na Příkopě, and Revoluční street, the border streets between the Old Town and New Town, are also among the most important streets in the city. The concept prepared by the Prague Institute of Planning and Development thus gives these streets the form they deserve. It creates a long pedestrian and cycling corridor that will reflect the importance of the surrounding buildings.
In 2020, a conceptual study was created for the City Wall Promenade project. It is based mainly on acknowledging and completing Revoluční street. The space may not be approached without considering the wider context of conservation and urban planning in the area. At the same time, this location will affect the entire urban transportation system, including the waterfront. The conceptual study of the Prague Heritage Area aims to elevate Revoluční street to a full-fledged urban boulevard which will especially improve the conditions for pedestrians. The new boulevard will offer new road and pavement surfaces, trees and better conditions for rainwater management, widened pavements, more space for pedestrians and a new cycling lane.
Source: IPR Praha (implemented by AOC architekti)