Infrastructure and Transport

Goodman Group Starts Phase Two of Budapest European Distribution Logistics Center

Australian property developer Goodman Group told MTI it has started the second, HUF 2.5 billion phase of construction at the Üllő Airport Logistics Center on the outskirts of Budapest.

Heavy Vehicles to Bypass Hosszúhetény From Now on

The approximately 3 kilometer-long section of Road 6541 bypassing the settlement of Hosszúhetény has just been completed.

Renewed Roads Handed Over Around the Country

Two major roads in the Southern Great Plain region and one in the Western Transdanubian region have just been handed over under the New Hungary Development Plan.

HUF 500 Million Infrastructure Development at Industrial Park in South Hungary

A HUF 500 million (EUR 1.84 m) infrastructure-development project at the Mórahalom Industrial Park (S Hungary) is scheduled to be completed at the end of August, the town's mayor told the press on January 28.

European Commission Supports Construction of M43 Road with HUF 42 Billion to Border

The European Commission will support the construction of the M43 road between Szeged and Mako.

Modern Rainwater Drainage System Developed in Makad from EU Funding

A modern rainwater drainage system and outlet lake has been developed in Makad within the framework of New Hungary Development Plan.

Entire Sewage System Developed in Hatvan and Its Surrounding Region

The EU-funded project aimed at fully constructing the sewage system in Hatvan and its surrounding region has reached its final phase.

High Value Development of Pole Hospitals Underway

The HUF 85-billion program, under which 8 pole hospitals will be developed, is the most significant New Hungary Development Plan (NHDP) healthcare investment to date.

HUF 30 Billion Sewerage Expansion Underway in the Region of Nyíregyháza

The city of Nyíregyháza and several nearby towns are undertaking an almost HUF 30 billion sewerage expansion, financed in part from the European Union Development Fund, CEO of sewer operator Nyirségvíz István Móricz said on December 11.

MAV-Trakcio Signs EUR 79.6 Million Loan for Engines Purchase

MAV-Trakcio, state-owned Hungarian railway company MAV's traction unit, on December 3 signed for a EUR 79.6 million loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Germany's KfW IPEX Bank to pay for 25 Bombardier engines.

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