BKK denies plan to reduce services from Sept
Budapest Transport Centre (BKK) has denied reports that it is reducing services.
All public transport services will be running on schedule from September, when students go back to school, the company said in a statement on Monday.
News portal index.hu reported on Monday that BKK planned cost savings by cutting services by 3-5 percent from September. It said that trams 47-49 and 56A would be running less frequently as well as buses 109, 33, 110, 112, 5, 7 and 8E. Several trolleybus services were also reported to be reduced.
BKK said no such plans were being delivered, but services would switch back from their summer schedule to the autumn, school-year one. Passenger trends are constantly monitored and services are adjusted to changes in demand, the statement added.