Greece has unveiled ambitious plans to install over 2,000 points where commuters in the capital can access the Internet on the move.
According to the Greek transport and communications ministries plus the local authority in Attica, there are joint moves to provide Wi-Fi on Athens’ buses and its tram line.
Officials say their aim is to upgrade urban transport to create 2,030 points on vehicles and trains, allowing passengers to access the Internet on their daily commute.
According to a forecast by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, the project is expected to be completed in the autumn of 2018 on buses in Attica.
The project, which has an estimated total cost 900,000 euro, will be financed by the Regional Operational Program (ROP) of Attica 2014-2020.