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  • Austria ; Budapest ; Capital city ; Hungary ; Passengers ; Public transport ; Traffic ; Urban area ; Urban transport ; Vienna
  • Autriche ; Budapest ; Capitale ; Espace urbain ; Hongrie ; Passagers ; Trafic ; Transport public ; Transport urbain ; Wien
  • The paper deals with the main geographical features of urban transport conflicts in two Central European capital cities Vienna and Budapest. As the author concludes the transport situation in the Hungarian capital is much worse than in Vienna
  • . To solve the most severe problems of urban transport in Budapest it would be necessary to reorganise all the management and administrative system of Budapest Transport Company to break its monopolistic status in public transport and to implement
  • Caractéristiques géographiques du trafic international des voyageurs aux points de franchissement de la frontière hongroise
  • Géographie des transports ; Hongrie ; Passagers ; Tourisme ; Trafic ; Transport
  • Hungary ; Passengers ; Tourism ; Traffic ; Transport ; Transportation geography
  • This paper highlights some of the spatial aspects of the international passenger traffic on Hungarian border crossings. One of the most visible consequences of the political change in Hungary was the rapid increase of international passenger traffic
  • . The analysis of the intensity and structure of international passenger traffic highlights important economic and social tendencies e.g. regions and towns located near the Austrian border have much better chances to cooperate with western partners than
  • Borsod-Abauj-Zemplén megye falvainak személykozlekedési helyzete és fejlesztésének lehetoségei. (Passenger traffic and development perspectives in the villages of Borsod-Abauj-Zemplén county)
  • The geographical structure of marine goods traffic has been modified, its centre of gravity has shifted, as a result of the predominant role of oil transport, from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean. (CK).
  • are highlighted. The second part of the paper investigates the characteristics of different branches of transport (road, railway etc.) in the area, and finally the structure of freight and passenger traffic are analysed. - (JS)