NiT Hungary, MKIF Sign Coop Deal for Road Safety


This week, the Federation of National Private Transporters (NiT Hungary) and MKIF Hungarian Concession Infrastructure Development Plc. (MKIF) signed a groundbreaking strategic cooperation agreement to strengthen road safety and improve road infrastructure in Hungary.

This cooperation aims to promote the competitiveness and development of the road transport sub-sector, with a special focus on the infrastructure challenges related to the operation of the express road network and the transport of heavy goods vehicles. Under the agreement, the parties will launch joint projects to minimize the risk of road accidents, improve road safety, and raise the quality of road network services.
Key areas of cooperation include the mutual exchange of accident data and infrastructure information, the development of the road network, and improvements in road safety and vehicle rescue. One of the most innovative elements of the cooperation is the assessment and development of the territorial needs for qualified truck parking and electric and gas charging stations, which will contribute to the modernization of infrastructure and the promotion of environmentally friendly transport.
In order to make the transport sector safer, NiT Hungary will share its relevant databases with MKIF and actively participate in the education and road safety campaigns launched by MKIF. At the same time, MKIF will support road transport companies with information on the current state of the motorway network and infrastructure improvements that can also enhance the efficiency of the official controls carried out by the authorities by means of extension.
NiT Hungary and MKIF expect that this cooperation will set an example in the sector and contribute to the development of road transport and the reduction of road accidents, providingbenefits not only to road haulers but to all, making traffic in the country not safer and more sustainable.

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