Monday, January 18, 2021

Veronika Erős

Veronika Erős
Veronika Erős is leading the Green Bus Project Office, which is taking care of the implementation of the Green Bus Pilot Project in Hungary and thus the preparation of the whole programme of Hungary. She was elected for 3 years as vice-chair of the Managing Board of the EIT Urban Mobility KIC in April 2020 as well.

Hungary’s big green public transport overhaul

Veronika Erős, head of the Green Bus Project Office in Hungary writes about how to make public transport more climate-friendly, making our citizens and the environment the ultimate winner.

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