Nyugati railway station revamp gets EU support
Hungary’s National Transport Centre (NKK) has been awarded 2.8 billion euros for the upgrade of the Nyugati station, David Vitezy said on Facebook.
Meanwhile, he said a project to build new train stations in southern Budapest had been rated “excellent” by the European Commission.
However, because the project’s environmental permit was revoked earlier this year, a decision on its financing has been delayed until a new permit is obtained, Vitezy said.
The state secretary called the project “the most important rail link between the eastern and western part of the country”.