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Attiki Odos Issues Announcement Regarding the Abandoned Cars

January 25, 2022

ATHENS – Attiki Odos issued an announcement on Tuesday informing drivers that were forced to abandon cars trapped on the highway that they can contact the fire brigade via the emergency number 199 in order to pick up their vehicles.

The announcement said that the road has been cleared in the following sections:

1) From Kifissias Avenue to the Vrilissia tunnel in the lanes going toward the airport, using the exit to the Hymettus ring road and then Katechaki Avenue.

2) From Katechaki Avenue via the Hymettus ring road heading toward the airport and toward Rafina-Pikermi at exit Y8

3) From the Pallini tolls up to Katechaki Avenue

4) From the Paiania tolls to Kantza in the lanes toward Elefsina.

The sections that remain closed and where work to clear the snow and move abandoned vehicles is ongoing between:

1. Vrilissia up to Anthousa in the lanes going toward the airport

2. Kantza to Marathonos Avenue heading toward Elefsina

3. The western branch of the Hymettus ring road from the Kontopefki tunnel to the Vrilissia tunnel

The drivers that are still in their cars are asked to contact the Attiki Odos Traffic Centre at the four-digit number 1024.

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