The carrier said on its website that it would replace them with replacement buses. According to published data, the exclusion will also affect some Czech Railways (ČD) connections.
Passengers must take into account the restriction daily from 21:45 to 04:20. Replacement bus transport, which will be provided by Arriva trains for its customers, will run according to the regular railway timetable. Passengers using ČD services must expect a road closure between Vsetín and Jablůnka in Vsetínsk in the case of passenger trains, and between Vsetín and Valašský Meziříč in the case of InterCity trains. “During the exclusion period, all trains in the excluded section will be replaced by substitute bus transport,” said ČD. Bus service will follow a closed timetable.
On the same dates and times, due to the exclusion of night trains operated by Arriva, trains will not run between Vsetín and Valašská Polanka in Vsetínsk. In this case, too, it is line 280. “All trains running during the lockout will be replaced by replacement bus services that will run according to the regular railway schedule,” the carrier stated on its website.
The double-track electrified railway line marked on the Czech territory with the number 280 connects the station Hranice na Moravě in the Přerovsk Region with Púchov in Slovakia. It connects the backbone line from Přerov to Bohumín in Karvina with the Slovak main line between Bratislava and Žilina.
The same lockout period as in the case of the line between Vsetín and Valašská Meziříč and Vsetín and Valašská Polanka will also apply to the regional single-track railway line 282 from Vsetín to Velké Karlovice. Also in this section, the carrier Arriva trains during the period of restriction according to the information published on the website will deploy replacement buses that will run according to the regular railway timetable.