Prague City Hall is planning to ban Segways in certain parts of Prague, councillor for transport Petr Dolínek told the CTK news agency on Wednesday. The two-wheeled vehicles should be banned on pavements, cycle paths and residential areas in the city centre and selected districts. Details of the plan are still being finalized. The councillor said the move had been prompted by a growing number of collisions between Segway drivers and pedestrians.
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