Railway Stations In Hungary Get Caretakers To Create Improvements

  • 19 Jun 2019 7:46 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Railway Stations In Hungary Get Caretakers To Create Improvements
MÁV has launched a programme of employing caretakers at train stations in order to maintain a proper environment in the facilities, the state railway company announced on Tuesday.

MÁV operates 696 stations classified as large and 698 smaller ones, of which 277 received a caretaker in the first phase of the programme, serviced by 78 employees.

MÁV hopes that passengers will notice the improvement soon.


MTI Photo: Sóki Tamás

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