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New Bridge To Be Built In Budapest
A new bridge will be built over the river Danube in southern Budapest, the Centre of Key Government Investments (KKBK) said on Friday. The bridge, which will have three lanes in each direction, will connect the first section of the M1 and M7 motorways on the Buda side of the city with the Pest side up until Jászberenyi Road through the Danube island of Csepel, KKBK said in a statement. more »
M3 Metro Defects Discovered – Tarlós
The upgraded carriages of the M3 metro line will soon enter service as the defects have been discovered, mayor István Tarlós told Inforádió on Thursday. more »
Heavy Highway Fines To Be Eased
The penalties for drivers travelling on motorways without valid stickers will be reduced according to a draft bill on the government website. The European Court recently ruled that the heavy penalties levied by the Hungarian state were disproportionate with the harm resulting by unpaid fares. more »

Metro 4 Fraud: Former Budapest Mayor Demszky ‘Knew About Metro 4 Irregularities’?


Metro 4 Fraud: Former Budapest Mayor Demszky ‘Knew About Metro 4 Irregularities’?
Budapest’s municipal council leadership under former liberal mayor Gábor Demszky “knew everything” about the irregularities surrounding the capital’s metro 4 construction project, the former head of Budapest transport authority BKK said on Wednesday. more »

Three-Fourths Of Hungarian Families Use 10+ Year Old Cars


Three-Fourths Of Hungarian Families Use 10+ Year Old Cars
Almost three-fourths of Hungarian households have cars that are more than ten years old, a representative survey commissioned by car parts company Bárdi Autó shows. more »

EU Subsidy For E-Car Charging Stations


EU Subsidy For E-Car Charging Stations
The project Next-E, to establish electric car supercharging stations in Hungary, will receive €19 million in EU subsidies, the European Commission announced on its website on Friday. Next-E is a joint venture of MOL, E.ON, HEP, Petrol, BMW and Nissan. more »



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