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Hungary to invest over EUR 48 million in railway station modernisation projects

Railway station modernisation and construction works worth HUF 15 billion (EUR 48.4 million) will be carried out in Hungary between 2014-2020.

Hungarian State Railways (MÁV) plans to invest over HUF 4.3 billion (EUR 13.8 million) until 2017 in modernizing and building new railway stations and stops. Among the 20 stations subject to the development project  are Esztergom-Kertváros, Gyula, Karcag, Kisújszállás and Püspökladány.

In a first phase four new railway stops will also be constructed around Budapest: Pestújhely, Újpalota, Rákosfalva and Közvágóhíd, while Ferencváros station will be enlarged with new platforms.

Between 2010 -2014, MAV spent HUF 841 million of its own funds in renovating railway stations and stops.

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