February 2012
Modern Railways;Feb2012, Vol. 69 Issue 761, p84
The article reports that austerity measures in Greece has affected railway operations. As part of the financial bailout program that it received from the European Union, the Athens government has taken a program of major structural reform across several facets of its national economy. Railways, operated by government corporation OSE, have been affected, with the current 2,500 kilometers reduced to just 750 kilometers. Services to vast parts of the regional passenger network have been removed.


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