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More simple MOL Bubi service during the COVID-19 pandemic: online registration and a monthly fee of HUF 100

In compliance with the announcement made by Mr. Mayor Gergely Karácsony as of 14 March 2020, the MOL Bubi system, Budapest’s public bike sharing system is temporarily available for a symbolic fee of HUF 100....
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BKK’s Customer Service Centres are closed for a temporary period of time

Please note that in order to protect our customers’ and colleagues’ health as well as to prevent and stop the spread of the coronavirus, from 19 March 2020 (Thursday) until the end of the coronavirus crisis, BKK’s...
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Mobile ticket: secure solution during the COVID-19 pandemic

During the coronavirus pandemic crisis, it is of paramount importance that during daily travel physical contacts between passengers and vehicle drivers and between passengers and ticket inspectors who carry out their...
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How to use Budapest’s public transport services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic?

During the coronavirus pandemic it is of paramount importance to follow and comply with some advice that seem to be commonplace. BKK Centre for Budapest Transport gives below an overview about its recommendations along...
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Reconstruction works of metroline M3 will continue in the spring of 2020, by closing two metro stations situated in the city centre

Simultaneously with the reconstruction works carried out in the southern  section between Kőbánya-Kispest and Népliget along M3, reconstruction works on the section of Budapest’s city centre will start in the...
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Mobile ticket is to be used more simply in the metro

Owing to a new development, the use of the mobile ticket has become more simple at metro stations. The validity of the mobile ticket can be verified even without the need to scan the code. By taking passengers’...
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Dr Ivett Varga named CEO of BKK from 1 February 2020

Dr Ivett Varga has been appointed to lead BKK as the new CEO starting from 1 February 2020. The transport professional has been selected through an open competition by the Budapest Mayor’s Office. Ms Varga studied at...
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Chain Bridge crossing ban for tourist buses and trucks effective from 4 January 2020

From 4 January 2020, vehicles weighing more than five tons are banned from crossing the Széchenyi Chain Bridge until after bridge renovation. Only BKK’s public transport services are allowed, so are bicycles, cars,...
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