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The reconstruction works of metro line M3 will continue with the closure of the Corvin-negyed and Semmelweis Klinikák stations – the following traffic order will apply

Metroline M3 will skip the Semmelweis Klininkák and Corvin-negyed metro stations from 13 July 2020, as reconstruction works will start also at these stations. Metroline M3 will continue to operate between Nagyvárad...
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Completely renewed MOL Bubi public bike sharing system in 2021

The MOL Bubi public bike system will be completely renewed in 2021, approved by the Municipality of Budapest along with BKK Centre for Budapest Transport on 28 May 2020. Introduction of a new mobile app, bikes rideable...
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Bike lanes are being created along Villányi út – the interconnected network is expanded

Soon enough cyclists will be able to ride safely on a new location in Budapest, as along Villányi út, (in district 11) a 1.7 km-long bike lane will be established, directly connecting the already-popular bike lanes in...
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Clients are free to visit BKK Customer Service Centres and also the Central Customer Service Centre again

BKK Central Customer Service Centre (1075 Budapest, Rumbach Sebestyén u. 19–21.) and also BKK Customer Service Centres can be visited again from 25 May 2020. The opening hours of the Central Customer Service Centre...
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Mobile ticket available via more and more apps

The distribution network selling public transport mobile tickets has been expanded with a new market player. Tickets and passes can be purchased for public transport services operated by BKK Centre for Budapest...
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Cycling infrastructure developments in Budapest: new bicycle lanes along the Grand Boulevard

As a part of cycling friendly measures taken in relation to the pandemic, temporary bike lanes have been opened on a three-kilometre-long stretch of the Grand Boulevard between Üllői út and Váci út, which is one of...
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Masks distributed by BKK Centre for Budapest Transport along with the Municipality of Budapest to Budapest’s public transport users

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Mr. Mayor Gergely Karácsony has ordered that either a mask or a kerchief or a scarf covering the mouth and nose be worn onboard Budapest’s public transport vehicles from 27...
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Budapest’s public transport services operate at full capacity during the school leaving exam period

During the school leaving exam period to be held between 4 and 21 May 2020, Budapest’s public transport services are operating at full capacity, as per the workday schedule during school terms, in compliance with Mr....
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