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Athens Gridlocked as Transport Workers Strike Over Pension Bill

Traffic in parts of the Greek capital came to a standstill on Tuesday as Greek transport workers joined a 24-hour public sector strike over...

Thessaloniki Among Handful of European Cities to Enforce Innovative CO2 Reduction Plan

Greece's second-largest city of Thessaloniki announced on Monday that it will be among at least five European cities which will participate in the EU's ''2050 Climate-friendly...

EU Announces Funding for New Highway in Thessaly, Central Greece

The European Commission announced on Friday that it approved a 255-million-euro investment for the construction of a highway section in Thessaly, central Greece. The Cohesion...

Video Captures Terrifying Low Landing at Greece’s Skiathos Airport

A video was recently uploaded on Youtube depicting one of the lowest possible landings to ever have taken place at the airport on Skiathos, in...

Greek Transport Services Will Come to a Halt on Wednesday

There will be no buses, trolleys and electric trains in Athens on Wednesday, May 1 (Labor Day) due to a 24-hour strike declared by...

Three New Athens Metro Stations to Open in June

Three new stations of Athens' Metro Line Three are due to open in June, according to information an Attiko Metro operator shared with the state-run...

Port of Piraeus Signs Agreement With Italian Ports

The Greek port of Piraeus signed a memorandum of understanding with Italy's port authorities from the cities of Venice and Chioggia on Monday. The agreement...

Grounded! Cyprus’ Cobalt Air Suspends Operations

Catching travelers by surprise, low-cost airline Cobalt, which has operated flights in and out of Cyprus since 2016, has cancelled all flights from midnight...

Greece: Amendment to Highway Code Adds Compulsory Driving Test For the Elderly

An amendment of the Highway Code passed by the Greek Government, will require drivers over 74-years-old to undergo a driving test in order to...

New Double Decker Buses are Set to Return to Athens Again

Transport Minister Christos Spirtzis has announced the purchase of 500 new buses to cover the public transport needs of the Greek capital. He said...

Huge Fines for Heavy Trucks Traveling Off the National Highway to Avoid Tolls

The Ministry of Infrastructures plans to put an end to heavy trucks and lorries on country roads. This means that vehicles of over 3.5...

PM Tsipras to Visit Bulgarian Counterpart Borisov Monday to Discuss Energy and Transportation Plans

As Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras looks to fortify relations between the Greek government and it neighbors within the Balkan nations, he will be heading...

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