Third lane for 250 daily trains over Danube river in Budapest
Danube Railway Bridge. Source: © MAV. MAV
Since last week, three railway tracks cross over the Danube river in Budapest, resulting in a capacity increase of the Danube Railway Bridge. The new bridge connecting Buda and Pest in the Hungarian capital was inaugurated on Thursday 4 August and forms part of several TEN-T corridors in Europe.
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