Did you know that Budapest (Hungary) is home to continental Europe’s oldest underground metro line. Budapest has a very fascinating history. The city was originally two separate cities: Buda and Pest, divided by the Danube River. During World War II, all the bridges that connect the two portions of the cities were destroyed. And thereafter, they’ve built two metro lines and nine bridges that connect the two halves in the modern day. George Liu – Urban Mobility Researcher – was very curious to discover all this for himself. In this video, part of the City Unboxed series produced in collaboration with the Urban Cycling Institute, George gives us a tour of Budapest by walking, cycling and public transit to finally give the city a Human Mobility Score!
This video was produced in collaboration with the Urban Cycling Institute. Click here to discover another episode of the City Unboxed series, in Hamburg this time: https://bit.ly/3Ecrxr2