Concession Winners to Take Over Operation of 1,237 km of Motorway

Transport

The operation of 1,237 km of dual carriageways in Hungary will be transferred to five companies as the result of a concession procedure called earlier by the government, state roads company Magyar Közút Nonprofit said last week, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

MKIF Magyar Koncessziós Infrastruktura Fejlesztő, AKA Alföldi Koncessziós Autópálya, M6 Duna Autópálya Koncessziós, M6 Tolna Autópálya Koncessziós and MAK Mecsek Autópálya Koncessziós will take over the operation of the motorways from September.

Magyar Közút Nonprofit will continue to operate 291 km of dual carriageways.

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