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Centre Of Budapest District Named After Former President Göncz
The centre of Budapest’s 13th district has been named after Árpád Göncz, Hungary’s first postcommunist president between 1990 and 2000, in a ceremony on Tuesday. Addressing the event, Mayor József Tóth said that with this move the municipality wanted to pay tribute to President Göncz’s ideals, philosophy and lifetime achievements, a personality who served the cause of the public throughout his life. more »
EC Launches Infringement Proceeding Concerning Budapest-Belgrade Railway Project
“It seems strange that when most major rail corridors in Europe receive an average of 85 percent funding from the EU, Hungary seems ready to enter into a very costly agreement with China, the costs of which will be borne entirely by Hungarian taxpayers.” – Magyar Nemzet more »
Video: Parking App Arrives In Budapest
The smartphone application Barking, matching drivers with private car park operators, has arrived in Budapest from Estonia. A Hungarian subsidiary is in the process of being registered. more »

Govt To Complete HUF 2.5 Tn Road Upgrades By 2022


Govt To Complete HUF 2.5 Tn Road Upgrades By 2022
The government has approved 2.5 trillion forints (EUR 8bn) worth of public road upgrades in Hungary to be completed by 2022, government office chief János Lázár said on Thursday. Under the cabinet’s Wednesday decision, 81 major roads will be upgraded and some 1,000 kilometres of dual carriageways will be built, with financing from national and European Union sources, Lázár said. more »

Siófok Welcomes Families, Not Partiers


Siófok Welcomes Families, Not Partiers
The mixture of tourists arriving in Siófok has changed due to the city’s policy, mayor of the town at Lake Balaton Róbert Lengyel said at a press conference on Tuesday. The aim was to attract families, he underlined. more »

Ministry Denies It Wants To Outlaw Ridesharing


Ministry Denies It Wants To Outlaw Ridesharing
The economy ministry responded to a report that the government was beefing up roadside checks with a view to cracking down on ridesharing. Referring to the ride-hailing service Uber’s recent decision to exit the Hungarian market, news portal nol.hu said the government was “now going after ridesharing services”. more »



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