Government to appoint commissioner to oversee public transport restructuring
János Főnagy will be appointed government commissioner in charge of restructuring public transport in Hungary for a year from May 1, the Government Spokesman's Office said on Friday.
Főnagy will be involved with the modernisation of tasks related to real estate, a review of the institutional structure of public transport and a restructuring of the tariff and discount system. He will participate in the harmonisation of timetables and play a role in establishing conditions for Hungarian suppliers to meet the needs of the public transport sector.
Főnagy will continue to hold his post as National Development Ministry state secretary.
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