After closing off the first row of seats in buses and trolleybuses, the BKV is now installing a cordon around the first seats of the TW6000 Hannover trams as part of the measures against the pandemic.
Passengers who continue to disobey the rule and compromise the health of other passengers can be removed from BKK vehicles.
The Centre for Budapest Transport continues to operate at a higher frequency than actual travel needs.
From 15 June cordoning on BKV’s bus services ends first-door boarding is re-established on affected buses.
The possibility of transporting bicycles was actuated on another 62 trams from 23 May.
From 22 May public transport services will resume based on their regular schedule to ensure full capacity.
Public transport authority BKK and other public transport service providers are running at maximum capacity between 4 May and 21 May.
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The Municipality of Budapest has decided to establish temporary bicycle lanes for several highly key routes around the city.