No Metro, Urban Rail or Tram Services on Friday Morning and Evening

ATHENS – Work stoppages on Friday morning and evening will leave Athens without any metro, urban rail (ISAP) or tram services from the start of the shift until 8:00 and after 22:00 in the evening until the end of the shift. Trains and trams will be running normally throughout the rest of the day.

Athens urban transport unions said that they are holding the work stoppages to protest against “dramatic shortages of staff and spare parts, which make it hard to provide a service to passengers and are completely degrading fixed-rail transport services,” according to a press release.

All Hellenic Railways (TrainOSE) and suburban rail (Proastiakos) trains will be running normally throughout the day.


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