Alpár Kató | Dec 8, 2018 | 2
Budapest mulls restricting taxi licences to electric vehicles
Budapest, February 9 (MTI) – The Budapest metropolitan council is mulling dispensing taxi licences to drivers of electric vehicles only, an official said on Thursday at a ceremony to hand over new charging stations at Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc International Airport.
The remark was made by the deputy mayor of Budapest, Balázs Szeneczey, who said the city’s leadership prioritises environmental protection, and this policy also applies to public transport. He noted “significant results” in the past few years to make the bus fleet greener and efforts to build more park and ride sites, he added.