A cyclist covered a ten-kilometre-long distance in Prague faster than a car and a tram in a test race designed to find the quickest way of moving around the capital, the news website idnes.cz reported. The race, organized by the NGO Auto*Mat, took place between Prague’s Modřany district and the National Theatre in the centre of the city on Wednesday morning. The cyclist arrived first in just over 20 minutes, followed by the car which arrived five minutes later. The tram traveller came in last, some 13 minutes behind the winner.
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