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Csaba Orosz (PhD) MSc in Civil Eng, Associate Professor at TU Budapest currently works at the Department of Highway and Railway Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Csaba participates in research in Transport Planning, Highway and Railway Engineering and Civil Engineering. Their current projects are: a) Developing Soft Transport Modes at BUTE Campus in South Buda. b) Options to complete the Orbital Expressway around Budapest. c) Options for a bypass Freight Rail Line in the neighbourhood of Budapest. d) Balanced Expressway Development and/or Reasonable Maintenance and Operation of the Hungarian Public Road network. How to avoid the mistakes of Portugal. e) Reasonable Development of major Rail Stations in Hungary. Visions and Reality. [Funding is not final.]
Huszonöt éve, 1996. január 4-én adták át az úthasználóknak az első koncessziós formában épült magyarországi autópálya-szakaszt. Így jött létre az M1 autópálya kapcsolata Bécs és Nyugat-Európa felé. A cikk bemutatja, hogyan változtak negyedszázad alatt a forgalmi viszonyok, hogyan alakult át a magyarországi és az európai díjszedési környezet.
The plans to complete the reconstruction of metro line 2 (M2) modernization project in Budapest by 2007, are discussed. Budapest Transport Limited (BTL) purchased 50 articulated volvo buses of 3.1 billion HUF to cater for the absence of underground transportation. To ensure the safe and quick flow of buses, restricted zones 'super bus-profiles' hav...
The highway sector in Hungary faces serious financial difficulties. Funds available are not sufficient for reasonable maintenance and development of the highway network. While fuel taxation gives high incomes to the state budget, the Road Fund itself is poorly financed. The present order of Road User Charges is not a real system; it has developed b...
Cities and governments spent a tremendous amount of money to ease traffic congestion, but the problems are yet unsolved. The difficulties are well-known; increase of costs and time spent on travelling in cities; noise nuisance, air pollution, vibration; increase of urban accident rates; deforming land use patterns. Recent research suggests to apply...
Thanks to financial support by the European Union, a number of tram and LRT development projects are initiated in Eastern-Europe. Some of them are well based; others seem to be "white elephant" projects. This paper summarizes experience in "new EU accession" countries together with the desired "SKOPJE LRT" scheme. Cities like Bratislava, Prague, Cr...
Analysis of the traffic situation in 2015. Facts and trends. Potential alternatives. How to reduce the role of cars? How to help people with mobility challenges? How to help pedestrians and cyclists? What is the realistic timetable for the changes.