Greece: dress code for public transport

In Thessaloniki, a bus driver decided to teach a passenger the rules of decency, choosing no language when discussing her appearance. The incident took place on Monday, July 11, on city bus route 19. The driver’s anger caused a bra on a young girl, which, in general, is justified in such heat. But, writes, […]

Will the cost of a monthly pass be reduced to 9 euros?

The proposal to reduce the price of public transport tickets to 9 euros, as is practiced in Germany, was made by Nikos Pappas, head of the infrastructure and transport department of Κ.Ο. του ΣΥΡΙΖΑ-Προοδευτική Συμμαχία. He made a similar statement during his speech at a joint meeting of the committees for European affairs and production […]

Everyday "Calvary": public transport in Greece

A serious shortage of personnel and logistics infrastructure is recorded in the public transport of Attica. Waiting for a train for about 8 minutes, rolling stock without air conditioning and other inconveniences now seem to have become commonplace for citizens and metro employees. Despite promises of a radical renewal of the bus and train fleet, […]

Public Transport Workers Strike Tomorrow

Tomorrow, April 6, there will be changes in the work of public transport in connection with the strike of its workers: buses will not work in the morning and evening, the metro and tram stop for 24 hours. Tomorrow’s strike has been declared by ΓΣΕΕ and ΑΔΕΔΥ. Metro, trams and HSAP S-Bahn, trolleybuses and suburban […]

Ministry of Transport considers introduction of testing for train travel

Transport Minister Kostas Karamanlis left open the possibility of applying a compulsory coronavirus test for passengers, both in the case of ships and for travel by train. Speaking on Skye today, the Transport Minister reiterated that as part of the government’s efforts to provide incentives for vaccinations, the possibility of additional package of discounts on […]

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