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Greece Announces Urban Transport Network Upgrade

More buses, increased frequency, and additional staff are the Greek transport ministry’s top priorities as part of an overhaul in mass transport.

Greece Decides More Bus, Train Routes to Avoid Overcrowding

Greece is increasing the service frequency of buses and trains in order to avoid overcrowding and the spread of Covid-19.

Public Transport in Greece Gets Cheaper

Public transport in Greece just got cheaper after the government slashed VAT in efforts to recover losses incurred during the coronavirus outbreak.

Covid-19: Rules for Public Transport Passengers in Athens

Commuters in Athens will have to abide by new rules when traveling on public transportation, to help curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

Ministry Urges STASY to Reinstate Direct Athens Airport Metro Service

The Greek transport ministry is calling for Urban Rail Transport Company STASY to reinstate a metro route that takes commuters directly to the Athens Airport.

Athens Airport – Piraeus Port Train Line to Launch in February

Getting from Athens International Airport to Piraeus Port will as of February take approximately one hour thanks to the launch of a new train line.

Athens Public Transport to Offer Wi-Fi Access to Commuters

Buses, tram and trolley cars will soon be able to provide free Wi-Fi access to commuters, the Athens Urban Transport Organization (OASA) announced this week.

Electric Train to Connect Piraeus to Athens Airport in June

Travel between the port of Piraeus and Athens International Airport will take approximately 45 minutes on an electric train set to operate in June.

Greek Public Transport Rates to Rise

As of Monday, a single ticket on any mode of transport will cost 1.40 euros compared to the current 1.20 euros, with reduced tickets remaining the same at .60 cents.