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KTI Institute for Transport Sciences (project partner 07)

The KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Non-profit Limited Company is a priority public benefit company. Together with its predecessors KTI goes back more than 70 years into the past. The state-owned KTI is one of the research bases of the Ministry of National Development. KTI's partners come from both the public and private sector and are under the professional guidance of the State. KTI - with its total research activity - plays a significant role among transport research institutes in Hungary and within Europe as well. Its highly-qualified experts enjoy national and international acclaim, which is reflected by the successful projects of recent years and the extensive partnerships of the Institute.
KTI's mission is to create a continuously developing, safe and competitive transport environment in our country in the interest of maintaining a well-resourced environment, taking into consideration aspects of sustainability and compliance with EU directives for transport policy.

KTI experts hold positions in nearly 60 national and international scientific associations, such as the Joint Transport Research Center (JTRC) of OECD/CEMT, the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council of the European Union (ERTRAC), and the European Economic Commission of the United Nations (UN/ ECE).

Győr hub

Győr is located in the north-west corner of Hungary, in a ideal position between Vienna, Budapest and Bratislava. Győr is the 5th largest city in Hungary with more than 130.000 of inhabitants, it is also cultural, administrative, economic and university, centre for Western Transdanubia region in Hungary. The main station is located on the TEN-T network (IV. corridor), on PP22.

Performed activities within the RAILHUC project

  • As is analysis
  • Preliminary identification of the bottlenecks
  • Consulting with the local public transport providers, municipality, civil associations

Planned activities within the RAILHUC project

  • Analysis of different models for the use of the existing but unused railway related buildings
  • Identification of the most needed infrastructure developments
  • Propose new stops, short missing connection tracks and identify the unused stops for closing or relocating
  • Analysis of the implementation of the best possible harmonized tariff system (bus & train)
  • Localize the different ticket selling places and modes
  • New (amplied) integrated periodic timetable structure which is also needed to be define


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