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Hungary Kicks Off USD 3.6 Billion Belgrade-Budapest Rail Line Investment
The Hungarian government has announced it is issuing a public tender for the Hungarian stretch of the Budapest-Belgrade rail line, reports index.hu. The announcement was made Monday morning by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán during the Central and Eastern European Countries and China (China-CEEC 16+1) summit hosted in Budapest. more »
Buda-Past: 130th Anniversary Of Budapest’s First Electric Tram Line
130 years ago today, on 28 November 1887, the first urban tramway of continental Europe entered into service in Budapest. For more than 20 years, trams were run by horsepower, and the city’s leadership originally intended to break the monopoly position of the horse tram company with a steam powered railway. more »
Central Transport Ticket System To Come
A unified national electronic public transport ticket system will be established, according to a bill passed by Parliament on Tuesday. more »

Traffic Restrictions From 26-29 November 2017 Due To A Delegation


Traffic Restrictions From 26-29 November 2017 Due To A Delegation
Restrictions by the police are expected in the city centre between Sunday, 26 November and Wednesday, 29 November 2017 to support the mobility of foreign delegations: the Chain Bridge, Széchenyi István tér, Apáczai Csere János utca and its area as well as the lower embankment in Pest between Jászai Mari tér and Március 15. tér will be closed to traffic. more »

Together Angered By Traffic Chaos In Budapest


Together Angered By Traffic Chaos In Budapest
Together would make public transport in Budapest free for the next three days, as the visit by the Chinese prime minister is causing traffic chaos in the city, party president Péter Juhász told Klubrádió on Monday. more »

Metro Lines M2 & M4 To Operate Later At Weekends


Metro Lines M2 & M4 To Operate Later At Weekends
Budapest transport service is extending the timetable to suit party people as of December 1st. Metro lines 2 and 4 will run for an extra hour on Fridays and Saturdays, providing more convenient options for party people. “Budapest has an increasingly bustling nightlife, and in recent years the number of tourists in the city has been on the rise, resulting in more passengers using late-night transport services,” said a BKK spokesperson. more »



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