Balázs Fürjes

189706_arakpart.jpg The complete renovation of the lower embankment of Pest continues Another section of the Danube bank in Pest will be renewed, as part of which the redesign of the Salkaházi Sára embankment and Közraktár street running in front of Fővám square will begin. During the works, the traffic on the embankment will be dampened and new pedestrian areas will be created. According to the plans, it will be easy and safe to walk along the entire Danube bank section between Havas street and Közraktár street.
There will be even more trees in Városmajor: the oldest public park in Buda will be renovated An open design competition for landscape renovation was announced for the renovation of the historic public park in Városmajor. During the investment, a greener, more orderly park will be created in the heart of Buda, in the 12th district. The green space of the park will be expanded, new trees will be planted, new clearings will be created, cars will be excluded, interior paths will be rethought, playgrounds will be renovated, older people will be given more quiet resting places and dog owners will have a place as well.
The railway can once again become an important means of transport in Budapest The government has adopted the Budapest Agglomeration Railway Strategy, which aims to continuously improve public transport in the agglomeration by 2040. Part of this is the construction of, among other things, the northern and southern border bridges and the railway tunnel connecting Kelenföld, South and West railway stations, making the more than 100-year-old plan a reality.
Government to create 3000 P+R parking spaces to reduce traffic in Budapest A government decree recently published in the official Hungarian Gazette allows planning of over three thousand P+R parking spaces and storage for at least two thousand B+R bicycles to begin this year. The hope is that the improved facilities will encourage people living in the Budapest agglomeration to travel into the city centre by train or suburban railway and contribute to a reduction in traffic.

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