Budapest's Small Ring was one of the busiest thoroughfares in the centre of Budapest, and subject to numerous debates about how it should be modernised. The most controversial issue being taking away road space from car traffic and parking places, in favour of pedestrians, cyclists, public transport and trees. Cycling activists have organised a public thank you in Budapest. The works are not yet officially inaugurated but the public can enter the reconfigured 'Small Ring' of Budapest, featuring state-of-the-art mobility solutions.
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