Budapest is the capital of Hungary and its largest and most populated city. Its name comes from two towns – Buda and Pest – which, together with a neighbouring Óbuda, merged into one city in 1873. In 2008 the city approved the Budapest Transport System Development, which focused mainly on upgrading and further developing its car network. In recent years, however, transport measures in Budapest have focused on shared and active mobility modes, including the expansion of the metro system, the pedestrian zones in the downtown area and the city's bicycle infrastructure.
Budapest's REALLOCATE twin city: ZAGREB
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REALLOCATE is a project under the CIVITAS Initiative, an EU-funded programme working to make sustainable and smart mobility a reality for all, and contributes to the goals of the EU Mission Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities.