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Public transport infrastructure consists of an integrated transport system of three metro lines (with 54 stations in total), trams, Prague Tram System (including the "nostalgic tram" no. 91), buses, a funicular to Petřín Hill and a chairlift at Prague Zoo. All services have a common ticketing system, and are run by Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy (The Capital City of Prague Transport Company). The city forms the hub of the Czech railway system, with services to all parts of the Czech Republic and to neighboring countries. Prague has two international railway stations, Hlavní nádraí (sometimes referred to as Wilsonovo nádraí) and Praha Holeovice. Intercity services also stop at the main stations Praha Smíchov and Masarykovo nádraí. In addition to these, there are a number of smaller suburban stations. Taxi services in Prague can be divided into three sectors. There are major taxicab companies, operating call-for-taxi services (radio-taxi) or from regulated taxi stands, where overpricing is rare and regulation mostly in place. There are independent drivers, who make pick-ups on the street; cheating is mostly associated with these cars.
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