During the rebuilding and reorganization of the square, the designers made a weak effort to make the space more livable, but I can not say that they have achieved full success. It was not difficult to make this overly dilapidated neighborhood more appealing and better, but the public's expectations were put higher. Therefore, subsequent corrections were required, e.g., mounting backrests to the uncomfortable benches.
Seeing the parking difficulties of the buses, I talked with the drivers, and I have to say they were not excited. It's a big step forward to have a regular public toilet, though I do not have personal experience. A cunning solution, however, is their pricing. One visit is 180.-HUF. Who is that desperate visitor who will ask for 20.- HUF (1 cent) from a 200.- HUF coin?
Fortunately, the clock seems to work after a lot of repairs, legitimate mockery, and complaints.