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Donkey Republic: Smartphone Bike Rental Comes To Budapest
Global bike-share platform Donkey Republic is bringing its service to Budapest, making it possible to rent bikes via a smartphone, at what it says will be cheaper prices than the MOL Bubi system, according to a press release. more »
Tesla Plans Supercharger In Nagykanizsa
Tesla is planning to open its first supercharger station for its electric cars in Gyõr at the end of 2017, Portfolio recalls. more »
Students To Produce Graffiti For MÁV
The railway underpasses at Kõbánya felsõ and Hûvösvölgy in Budapest along with Monor and Füzesabony will be painted by students aged 10-16, the state railway company MÁV announced. more »

New Viaduct To Be Built In Veszprém


New Viaduct To Be Built In Veszprém
Roads No. 8 and 82 will be joined in Veszprém, and the construction of a new viaduct is part of the project, Fidesz mayor of the town Gyula Porga announced on Wednesday. more »

Budapest Inhabitants Find Their City Filthy


Budapest Inhabitants Find Their City Filthy
Only 5% of the Budapest residents are totally satisfied with the cityʼs cleanliness and one-third are at least somewhat satisfied, according to a recent research by Eurostat, the EUʼs statistical office. more »

Petőfi Bridge Celebrates Its 80th Birthday


Petőfi Bridge Celebrates Its 80th Birthday
According to pestbuda.hu, the seventh bridge of Budapest was inaugurated 80 years ago, on the 12th of September, 1937. The bridge connecting South Buda and South Pest was originally called Horthy Miklós Bridge, but it was renamed to Petőfi Bridge after WWII. The construction of the bridge was necessary due to the dynamic development of Budapest. more »



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