Northern Veszprém transport routes renewed for HUF 3 bln

Transport

The transport routes of the northern industrial area of Veszprém (115 km southwest of Budapest) have been renewed for more than HUF 3 billion, the mayor of the city Gyula Porga said at the project closing, according to profitline.hu.

Porga emphasized that an essential element of the city's long-term transport concept was the development of the infrastructure of the northern industrial area, which would make it easier for thousands of workers in and around Veszprém to get to work.

In the first phase of the development, the Pápa and Házgyári roads were connected for HUF 618 million, together with the development of sidewalks, parking lots, and bicycle paths. In the second, a bypass was built for HUF 1.262 bln.

After that, a complete pavement reconstruction was carried out in Kistó utca and on a 700-meter section of Pápai út, for HUF 149.5 mln and more than HUF 1.161 bln, respectively.

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