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Project nameLocationPrincipalYearRevenueDocument
M7 MOTORWAY SECTION BETWEEN BUDAPEST AND BALATONALIGA Budapest Directorate of Roads Motorway Maintenance Centre 1976 M7 MOTORWAY SECTION BETWEEN BUDAPEST AND BALATONALIGA
TEST TRACK OF RÁBA FACTORY AT ÉCS RÁBA Magyar Vagon- és Gépgyár, Győr (RÁBA Hungarian Wagon and Machine Works, Győr) 1989 TEST TRACK OF RÁBA FACTORY AT ÉCS
NEW ROUTE OF ROAD NO. 67 AT KAPOSVÁR Somogy County Municipality Kaposvár Municipality Road Directorate of Kaposvár 1991 NEW ROUTE OF ROAD NO. 67 AT KAPOSVÁR
SOUTHERN SECTION OF M0 MOTORWAY Ministry of Transport,Communications and Water Management, Management of Public Roads and Motorways 1990 SOUTHERN SECTION OF M0 MOTORWAY
SOUTH-WEST SECTION OF M0 MOTORWAY Ministry of Transport,Communications and Water Management, Management of Public Roads and Motorways 1994 SOUTH-WEST SECTION OF M0 MOTORWAY
M1 MOTORWAY BYPASS SECTION GYŐR East-West Motorway Construction Company 1994 M1 MOTORWAY BYPASS SECTION GYŐR
BUDAPEST TO VÁC SECTION OF MAIN ROAD NO. 2 Ministry of Transport,Communication and Water Management Budapest Road Directorate 1998 BUDAPEST TO VÁC SECTION OF MAIN ROAD NO. 2
TRUNK ROAD NO. 4 URBAN BYPASS SZOLNOK Ministry of Transport, Communication and Water Management, Szolnok Road Directorate 1995 TRUNK ROAD NO. 4 URBAN BYPASS SZOLNOK

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Electrification of Budapest – Esztergom Railway line

The construction of Esztergom railway line began in the 19th century, originally the track has meant to be a commuter (local) line. The primary goal of the railway track was to secure the supplement of coal for Budapest’s factories and population. In the 20th century the coal mining dropped back and the surrounding settlements rapidly increased. The role of freight traffic was taken over by the suburban passenger traffic.

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