M2 Will Not Stop At Kossuth Tér Until 31 August

  • 18 Jul 2018 9:14 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
M2 Will Not Stop At Kossuth Tér Until 31 August
M2 metro trains will not stop at Kossuth tér from July 28 to August 31, due to construction work, the Budapest Transport Centre announced on Tuesday.

Shuttle buses numbered M2A will run between Deák Ferenc tér and Kossuth tér during that period.

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