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Closure Of Szabadság Bridge In August Creates Traffic Changes
BKK press release: "Budapest's Liberty bridge will be closed to traffic on 12-13 August 2017, enabling pedestrians to take over the bridge." more »
A Dutch Man Just Bought A Whole Hungarian Village
After falling in love with a small Hungarian village, called Bedepuszta, a Dutch businessman, Elroy Thümmler bought almost all of the houses there – reports Magyar Nemzet. Thümmler bought the houses from the Roma families, after which he bought them better houses in other villages. There were cases where three families were living in one house: for them, he bought three separate new homes. more »
Self-Driving Car Test Track To Start Operating Next Summer
A 42 billion forint (EUR 137.7m) test track for self-driving cars the government is building in Zalaegerszeg, in western Hungary, could start operating by next summer, the government commissioner for the project said at the site. more »

Alliance Of Disabled Associations: Making Metro Line M3 Disabled-Accessible Is A Must


Alliance Of Disabled Associations: Making Metro Line M3 Disabled-Accessible Is A Must
The National Alliance of Associations for Disabled People (MEOSZ) warned Budapest Mayor István Tarlós multiple times that making Budapest metro line M3 disabled-accessible is an obligation stipulated by law, reads a statement issued by the president of MEOSZ Ágnes Kovács to Napi.hu. more »

Budapest Mayor Calls On T-Systems Owner To Explain BKK E-Ticket Sales System Problems


Budapest Mayor Calls On T-Systems Owner To Explain BKK E-Ticket Sales System Problems
Budapest Mayor Istvan Tarlós on Thursday called on the German owner of IT company T-Systems, which supplies the software for Budapest transport authority BKK’s electronic ticket sales system, to explain the technical problems that have plagued its introduction. more »

New Russian Metro Door Failure In Budapest


New Russian Metro Door Failure In Budapest
A Russian metro carriage had to be removed from traffic at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday because its doors malfunctioned, CEO of the Budapest transport company BKV told Index. more »



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