Budapest Line M4 cleared to go driverless

Photo: Benjámin Zelki

HUNGARY: Budapest Mayor István Tarlós and President of national transport authority NKH Gyula Győri announced on January 6 that the final permit has been granted for Line M4 of the Budapest metro to operate without drivers on a permanent basis, following successful passenger-carrying tests without drivers between September and December.

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