Information About Public Transportation
The Athens Transit System comprises of a huge transport armada, a trolleybus armada that essentially serves the midtown territory. The city’s Metro, a cable car line associating the southern rural areas to the downtown area, and the Athens Suburban Railway administration.
While its fundamental intention is transport, the stations house Greek relics discovered during the development of the framework. The two lines (red and blue) were built to a great extent during the 1990s and the underlying segments opened in January 2000. The lines run completely underground. The metro system works an armada of 42 trains comprising of 252 vehicles with a day by day inhabitance of 550,000 travelers.
This system runs the first metro line from Piraeus to Kifisia and serves 22 stations, with a system length of 25.6 km (15.9 mi), an armada of 44 trains and 243 vehicles and a day by day inhabitance pace of 600,000 travelers.