The two new metro stations of Peristeri and Anthoupoli on the western extension of line 2 (red line) in Athens will open this Saturday, 6 April, and begin serving passengers.
The Peristeri-Syntagma journey is expected to take 12 minutes and it has been estimated that some 50,000 commuters will use the new stations daily.
According to press reports, the project was delivered to the public five years late.
Also, the four new stations on Vouliagmenis Avenue – Ilioupoli, Alimos, Argyroupoli, Elliniko – on the southern extension of line two are expected to be running as of this July.
The Haidari metro station on line 3 (blue line) should open by September.
(source: news.gtp.gr)


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