Cities for People – Collaboration with the City of Budapest

Budapest is working hard on lifting the heavy weight of traffic off its streets. Within the Cities-4-People: Towards People Oriented Transport and Mobility project, we partnered up with the City of Budapest, MOL Bubi közbringarendszer, GreenGo, MOL Limo and Lime, to open the first Mobility Point in the city.

Photo: MTI/Szigetváry Zsolt

The goal of this project and our collaboration for two months is to nudge commuters to consider shared transportation modes and operators. We hope to help locals see and experience the ease of getting around in crowded cities, with the combination of public transport and micro- and shared mobility solutions.


Here is to more projects like this, more collaborations with cities and other operators! 🚲🦄🌏
Read about the opening ceremony here.

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