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Public Transport Free in Athens Until After Referendum is Held


Transport across Athens’ transit network will be free from June 29 to July 6, Alternate Minister for Transport Christos Spirtzis announced on Monday.

The announcement came after the Greek government launched a “bank holiday” in effect through to Monday, July 6 — one day after a July 5 referendum.

The decision concerns the metro, electric railway, buses and trolleys, but not the suburban railway and does not apply to any other cities in Greece where means of transport are run by private companies.

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