They will run according to the exclusion timetables, which are published on the Kordis JMK website and also on the RegioJet website. This follows from the information on the Kordis website.
Express trains to Ostrava operated by RegioJet will not run at all between Brno Central Station and Králové Pole. Replacement buses will run between Brno and Přerov, with one line going directly and the other stopping at stations along the way. Direct buses will depart from Brno in the same way as trains, stopping 20 minutes earlier. In the opposite direction, stop buses arrive 20 minutes later. While the bus departs from the stop by the viaduct, the exit stop is in Úzká street behind the viaduct. RegioJet significantly reduces standard services during lockouts. It does not transport bicycles at all, strollers only until the bus capacity is exhausted, and wheelchair users must register at least 96 hours, i.e. four days, in advance.
The Olomouc express trains of České drah will be replaced by a bus between Brno and Nezamyslice. Buses leave Brno at the same time as trains from the viaduct, and arrive at the same place. Unlike RegioJet, České dráhy provides bicycle transport on most routes.
Passenger trains will be replaced by buses between Vyškov and Nezamyslice.
There are shutdowns on the monorail line that connects the second and third largest cities in the Czech Republic every year. The track has been in such a state for a long time that the Railway Administration has to carry out regular maintenance on it. Since 2015, it has been preparing the modernization of the line from Brno to Přerov, which is to ensure a speed of 200 kilometers and double-track operation. Construction has not yet started and the completion of the entire line is expected to take around 10 years, although in this case no activists are preventing the modernization as in the case of many other railway and road constructions.