Anna Wynn | Mar 22, 2019 | 0
Cycle path development projects begin in Hungary
Budapest, August 3 (MTI) – The government has decided to implement cycle path development projects worth 30 billion forints (EUR 96.4m) in major tourist regions, a government commissioner said on Wednesday.
The projects include developing a path connecting Budapest to Lake Balaton, in western Hungary, and further developing a path around the lake, Máriusz Révész said.
Further projects include constructing the missing stretch of a path around Lake Tisza, in eastern Hungary, and a complex development of the Rajka-Dömös, Szentendre-Budapest, Dunakeszi-Budapest and Budapest-Érd-Százhalombatta sections of European cycling route network EuroVelo 6, he said.
The projects will be carried out with EU and Hungarian state funding and most of them are expected to be completed by 2018, he said.