Czech transport company Ropid wants to set aside carriages for unattached people, a concept that could launch by the end of the year.
Prague transport company Ropid wants to introduce dedicated carriages for singles to meet and chat as they travel into the capital city. The “dating cars” on the trains would provide an opportunity for those looking for a relationship to mingle with others.
Ropid wants to get people out of their cars and onto public transport, emphasizing that passengers can do things on a train that they wouldn’t be able to do in a car, like meeting singles.
The city-owned company also stated that married people or those already in a relationship who strayed into the singles’ carriage won’t be asked to leave.
TIME.com reports that Ropid will be polling passengers to find out whether they would be interested in these carriages for singles and the company hopes to launch the service by the end of this year.