BKK launches new Budapest transport app
Balogh said Budapest’s administration believed in sustainable and smart investments, and that BudapestGO fell into that category.
Travellers in the city will be able to use the app to plan their routes, buy tickets and season tickets, and personalise mobility services, he added.
The previous administration, he said, had “spent 12 billion forints (EUR 34m)” on an e-ticket system that “would never have been implemented”. The new system, by contrast, took less than a year to develop for a fraction of the cost, Balogh added.
Information related to the national rail company and suburban railway MAV-HEV is displayed in real time in the app.
BudapestGO replaces the BKK Futar app.