Vitézy outlines plans for Budapest Development Center

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The head of the newly formed Budapest Development Center (BFK), Dávid Vitézy, responded to his appointment by writing what Budapest residents can expect in the near future in a post on his Facebook page yesterday.

Dávid Vitézy

According to Vitézy, the development center will provide a new institutional background and organizing power for public urban development and transport investments in Budapest, which is a "huge opportunity".

The most important public investments and developments for decades in Budapest and its surrounding area can be focused on a clear concept at an institution from now on, Vitézy emphasized in his post, in which he thanked Balázs Fürjes, Secretary of State for the Development of Budapest.

"For a year now, since the establishment of the State Secretariat for the Development of Budapest, we have been working, among other things, to make rail a greater role in Budapest’s transport network, eliminate unsustainable conditions at Budapest airport and start developing heat. Thank you for your trust," Vitézy added.

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