After almost two years of work, not just underground but most visibly above ground, Prague’s downtown metro station at Národní třída opened again Friday, June 27. The station on the capital’s metro B line was shuttered July 10, 2012, and over more than 23 months the construction of the imposing Quadrio building was carried out on the plaza where the entrance to the transit station used to be located. The new building, which is not yet open for business, now houses the metro station, which is also accessible to those in wheelchairs.