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Price cut in Budapest public transport – BKK passes cost 10% less

Price cuts will also be introduced in Budapest public transport. On 14 November 2013 the General Assembly of Budapest approved the motion for BKK’s public transport pass prices to be decreased by 10% from 1 January...
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International awards given to BKK Centre for Budapest Transport

Having been nominated by Tramway & Urban Transit magazine, BKK Centre for Budapest Transport won the Global Light Rail Award 2013 in the category of Worldwide Project of the Year for reforming the transport...
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Test runs without passengers start on metro line M4

The construction project of metro line M4 has reached its final phase: the period of the so-called White Tests, i.e. test runs on the entire line with the trains without passengers. Until November 2013 Siemens, the...
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Dávid Vitézy reelected as a member of the EMTA Board

Dávid Vitézy, the CEO of the Budapesti Közlekedési Központ (Centre for Budapest Transport) was reelected as a member of the Board of EMTA (European Metropolitan Transport Authorities)  at the General Assembly held...
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Alstom metró az M2-es vonalon (fotó: Nyitrai Dávid) (kis kép)

Replacement buses will be in service on metro line M2 on several days in the autumn in 2013

The signalling system which has been in operation for over 40 years will be replaced during the last phase of the refurbishment project of metro line M2. The precondition of the installation of the new,...
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61-es villamosok Hűvösvölgyben (fotó: Halász Péter) (kis kép)

Due to refurbishment works, tram line 61 runs on a shortened route

Tram line 61 runs on a shortened route between Móricz Zsigmond körtér and Zuhatag sor from 28 September 2013 (Saturday) due to the entire renovation of the bridge’s retaining walls situated at Zsemlye utca-Nagyhíd...
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1-es villamos a Hungária körúton (kis kép) (fotó: Nyitrai Dávid)

Tram line 1 track refurbishment starts

Track refurbishment on tram line 1 begins on Saturday, 28 September 2013. The first phase of the more than two-year-long development project concerns the section of the tram route between Bécsi út and Lehel utca, and...
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BKK’s Customer Service Points help arriving visitors with information on how to get around by public transport

Following the successful pilot operation, BKK’s new public transport customer service points have been opened at Budapest’s international airport. The new customer service points help arriving visitors with...
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