Tarlós continues negotiations on agglomeration transport

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Budapest Mayor István Tarlós and National Development Minister István Seszták continued negotiations on Saturday regarding the government taking over public transport in the agglomeration of the capital, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Citing the ministry’s statement issued today, MTI reported that Seszták said the government is ready to bear expenditures related to public transport in the agglomeration as of January 1, 2016. Tarlós reportedly said the capitalʼs city council will continue to provide public transport in the area until the Hungarian government takes over its management.

The talks, to further clarify details, will soon continue, MTI added.

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