Exemption of the builder of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line from complying with the noise load limits
The construction of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line will be noisy, the contractor has requested an exemption from complying with the noise protection limits. It has been approved by the government office, so the residents of Soroksár, Dunaharaszti, Taksony, Délegyháza and Dömsöd can prepare for the noise, which can last for a year in some areas.
No need to adhere to noise protection limits
The government office allowed the developers of the Belgrade-Budapest railway line not to comply with noise protection limits during construction. THE document According to the exemption, the exemption from the noise limit applies to the section between Soroksár and Fülöpszállás. You can access the latest news from BudaPestkörnyeke.hu by clicking here.
It can affect thousands of people
Noisy construction may take a year and will affect several agglomerations. Such are Dunaharaszti, Taksony, Délegyháza, Dömsöd and the 23rd district of the capital, Soroksár. The decision states that there will be noise because the houses are so close to the track that they cannot erect noise barriers. Work will begin on February 1 on the problem section.
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It costs 500 billion
Last year, on October 15, the construction of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line at the Kiskunhalas station began with the solemn laying of the foundation stone and the demolition of a part of the worn-out railway track. The 150 km Hungarian section is being built by the companies of Viktor Orbán’s friend, Lőrinc Mészáros, according to press reports, from a HUF 500 billion Chinese loan. Under a new announced bill, it will be a major public interest investment and the details of the development would be encrypted for 10 years.
The secret contract must be issued
Opposition MP Bernadett Szél filed a lawsuit over the issuance of the loan agreement. The government was unable to prove in the proceedings that encryption was indeed necessary, so the court ruled that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade should be given a loan agreement for the Budapest-Belgrade railway line planned for the Chinese loan.
Impatient Fidesz mayor
In May 2021, we report that the mayor of Dunavarsány, Gergőné Tünde Varga, is impatient letter wrote to the director of China Railway Nonprofit Ltd. to inform them what would happen in their city soon. They feared that houses would be demolished and the downtown remodeled. The settlement is divided by the Budapest-Kelebia railway line, and the Budapest-Belgrade railway line is realized with the development of this line and the construction of another track, so the people of Danube were rightly afraid.
They don’t break down houses
In the autumn, Zoltán Bóna, a member of parliament from Fidesz, announced that no one should worry about the construction of the railway line in Dunavarsány, because the houses would not be affected. As stated: a maximum of a few plots can only be within protective distance.
Life will be hard
Life around Dunavarsány will be difficult this year and probably even in 2023. Due to the construction of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line, there will be a track closure in the railway traffic for 2-3 years, meanwhile the works on the Taksony-Bugyi 51 main road roundabout and the two-lane 51 to the M0 will start soon, as well as the reconstruction of the H6 HÉV. commences, commuting will take more time in the area in the coming period, wrote Knrea Andrea, a local government spokeswoman, on Facebook.
Several were upset
Many people on Facebook wondered why the construction sites were not better coordinated, how the children would go to school and the adults to work from Dunavarsány. Many don’t even understand that when hundreds of billions of new railways are being built, why the rails don’t bypass populated areas.
Large agglomeration development
Dávid Vitézy, CEO of the Budapest Development Center, recently told the BudaPestkörnyéke.hu news portal: the Belgrade-Budapest railway line will also be used for agglomeration suburban transport. You can access the latest news from BudaPestkörnyeke.hu by clicking here.
Featured image: illustration, Source: MTI