Sunday , April 30 2017
Home / News / Society / Athens public transport partly resumed: bus, trolley, trains on strike, Jan 28-29/2013

Athens public transport partly resumed: bus, trolley, trains on strike, Jan 28-29/2013

Operation of public transport means partly resumed in Athens, with metro, tram and urban train workers to have stopped their strikes after ‘civil mobilization’ order by the Greek government. However, passengers are still in trouble as bus, trolley, proastiakos and trains workers have launched strikes until next Tuesday.

Blue bus,/trolley: on strike until Tuesday, Jan 29/2013

Proastiakos/Trainose trains: on strike until Monday 28/2013

The management of bus/trolley appealed to court to declare the strike as ‘illegal’ but the appeal was rejected on Friday.

Metro workers appealed to Highest Administrative Court to declare ‘civil mobilization’ as agaiinst the Constitution.

Saturday afternoon all public transport unions will hold a meeting to decide about further actions.

After Samaras’ government more or less managed to ‘deal’ with the public transport workers, a new headache emerges: farmers get mobilized and started to block with their tractors the country’s highways…

Check Also

Sudden death for widows’ pensions: New criteria and cuts to push thousands into poverty

The implementation of the pension reform of 2016, leads to sudden death of incomes for …

4 comments

  1. You are pice of shit ….the taxi for the airport 45 euro….if you go out from the crisis go to work bastard

  2. keeptalkinggreece

    don’t blame the striking public transport workers for the taxi fares but the strong taxi onwers union lol

  3. giaourti giaourtaki

    Work: Get a backpack instead of your rolling blockade and a bike or walk, you lazy slob.

  4. keeptalkinggreece

    tsk tsk tsk, what a language!