Two cars collided under the Rákóczi bridge on Monday morning; one of the vehicles overturned – the National Directorate General of Disaster Management told MTI.
Due to an accident, a section of the road leading to Ferihegy Airport has been closed on Monday morning; we have to prepare for traffic jams – the police announced on their website.
The water supply in all settlements west of Budapest has been restored, regional waterworks DMRW said on Sunday, but added that due to the continuing heat wave restrictions will stay in force in Solymár, Pilisszentiván, Pilisborosjenő, Pilisvörösvár, Pilisszentkereszt, Budakalász, Pomáz, Szentendre, Pilisszántó, Üröm, and Csobánka.
More than 3,000 people from the country’s 400 settlements took part in the K&H move! running night in Budapest.
About 3,000 inhabitants of Solymár, a hillside village north-west of Budapest, have been hit by a serious water shortage, with 1,000 households having no access to drinking water at all, Tamás Menczer, ruling Fidesz party lawmaker of the region, told a press conference on Thursday.
Opposition LMP has said it is high time to introduce a congestion charge in Budapest, arguing that deteriorating air quality in the city was costing “thousands of lives” a year.
The project to renew Budapest’s Nyugati railway station has been awarded European Union funding, a state secretary at the Ministry of Technology and Industry (TIM) said after a meeting of EU transport officials in Lyon.
Ground-handling and “other stakeholders” at Budapest’s international airport face fines to failing to assist stranded passengers and for possibly allowing night-time flights to exceed the number permitted by the regulations.
The Budapest Museum of Fine Arts is opening its first large-scale exhibition of the works of Henri Matisse on Thursday, showing over 150 works encompassing the artist’s 60-year career, organisers told a press conference on Wednesday. The show runs until Oct. 16.
The Budapest municipal general assembly decided on Wednesday to replace the current complicated parking system involving 27 zones with a clear and uniform system involving 4 zones. The new parking regulations were approved with 22 votes in favour and 7 votes against at the general assembly meeting.