Budafoki Road in Disctric 11 in Budapest and its surroundings will be redeveloped in the next phase of BudaPart. The project was voted the world’s best neighbourhood development in 2022. Now, the developer shared a visual plan on how the district will look when it is complete – and it’s mesmerising.
Budafoki Road and its surroundings will be renovated in the next phase of BudaPart. The project of the developer, Property Market, will include a number of utility and transport infrastructure improvements in several phases. This will make the public spaces of the capital’s 11th district more orderly and modern, Szeretlek Magyarország reports.
The next phase of the works on Budafoki Road will start on 15 May. During the construction works, the developer will build utilities, roadworks, safe cycle lanes, traffic lights and greenery on Budafoki út between Dombóvári Street and Hauszmann Alajos Street. It will also start the greening of Budafoki Road.
Traffic restrictions to be expected during the works
During the reconstruction works, which start on 15 May 2023 and are expected to be completed on 17 August 2023, traffic will be subject to scheduled and periodic, non-full-cross-section traffic diversions, lane closures, speed restrictions and changes to pedestrian traffic on the section between Budafoki Road, Dombóvári Street and Hauszmann Alajos Street.
Road traffic will be uninterrupted, but the works will lead to increased travel times. The investor asks for the patience of road users in order to deliver a modern and long-lasting infrastructure, Szeretlek Magyarország writes.
Here’s what to expect from BudaPart
BudaPart, next to the Kopaszi Dam, is the world’s best neighbourhood development. The “15-minute city” concept is already well established, offering downtown features. However, the next phases of the development will further expand the opportunities for residents, workers and leisure visitors.
BudaPart will include a kindergarten, restaurants and retail units, and from mid-summer a four-star hotel, while the green and park area will be further expanded. The regenerated section will also include safe cycle and bus lanes, and the greening of Budafoki Road will begin, with more than 50 trees added by the end of the project.
Looks horrible. Giant apartment blocks, cheek-by-jowl to each other, hundreds of people crammed in… Of course, it’s part of the globalist-socialist Agenda 2030 project, especially the “15-Minute Cities”: live in a poorly-heated shoebox, take cold showers, don’t own a vehicle, no air travel, eat lab-grown edibles and dried bugs, take whatever medical treatment the government mandates, and get euthanized when you become a net carbon “burden.” This stuff is published black-on-white in the W.E.F.’s materials. And we’re all sleepwalking right into it, even cheering it on.