Traffic chaos is expected: The traffic order of the lower quay of Buda will change temporarily from today

Due to the modernization works of the Chain Bridge, the quay section between Halász Street and Döbrentei Square will be temporarily closed to road traffic from today until mid-August.

Traffic chaos is expected: The traffic order of the lower quay of Buda will change temporarily from today Photo: Chain Bridge under renovation on June 9, 2022. Due to the renovation works of the Chain Bridge, the section of the Buda lower quay between Döbrentei tér and Halász utca is expected to be closed for two months from June 20, but during this period it will be possible to drive on the Pest lower quay every day of the week. MTI / Zoltán Máthé

According to previous information from the Budapest Transport Center (BKK) during this period

From Óbuda, heading south to Halász Street, motorists can travel.

There they have to drive in the direction of Fő utca, then on Fő utca-Tunnel-Tunnel utca-Attila út-Krisztina körút-Szent Gellért quay and Technical University quay, or Fő utca-Lánchíd utca-Apród utca-Krisztina körút-Szent Gellért quay and Technical University embankment route.

You can drive north to Döbrentei tér.

From there, those traveling by car can continue on the Attila út-Alagút utca-Tunnel-Fő utca-Jégverem utca-Bem embankment, or the Attila út-Lánchíd utca-Fő utca-Jégverem utca-Bem embankment route, and from Halász utca they can return to the lower quay of Buda.

Those arriving from Óbuda on the way to Prince Árpád – due to the limited capacity of the Halász Street driveway – will not be able to drive south to the lower quay at the Margaret Bridge.

According to BKK, freight traffic is worthwhile on the Árpád Bridge-Hungaria-Ring-Rákóczi Bridge route.

On the lower quay of Pest – where a section was previously opened for pedestrians on weekends – it will be possible to drive by car every day of the week during this period.


Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.

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