As is well known, the annual hearing of János Lázár was held at Monday’s meeting of the Economic Committee of the Parliament. The Minister of Construction and Transport also spoke about the new architectural law, the KRESZ, as well as the development of rail and road transport. The opposition representatives did not remain in debt with their questions either.
One of the important elements of the hearing was when the highways were mentioned, because due to an EU regulation, starting in 2024, member states must also provide daily stickers for both passenger cars and heavy vehicles, reports hvg.hu.
János Lázár revealed that the 24-hour motorway sticker will be introduced in Hungary from March 1, 2024, which will cost HUF 5,150.
By the way, the minister pointed out that Hungary has/can dispose of a great logistical advantage, the highways bring gigantic income to the budget.
The income from expressways is about HUF 500 billion, which will rise to HUF 700 billion, while HUF 120 billion is spent on lower-order roads.