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Greece: Higher road tolls this week

24. January 2011. | 15:19

Source: ANA

Higher road tolls on Greek national highways will go into effect after midnight on Monday, as announced by companies operating the tolls.

Higher road tolls on Greek national highways will go into effect after midnight on Monday, as announced by companies operating the tolls.

On the Corinth-Kalamata road the new tolls at Spathovouni will be 1.70 euro for motorbikes, 2.40 euro for cars, 6.20 euro for small trucks and 8.70 euro for large trucks.

At the Nestani tolls the prices will now be 1.60 euro for motorbikes, 2.30 euro for cars, 5.90 euro for small trucks and 8.20 euro for large trucks.

At the Asea tolls the prices will be 1.30 euro for motorbikes, 1.90 euro for cars, 4.80 euro for small trucks and 6.70 euro for large trucks.

Finally, at the Elefsina tolls vehicles will have to pay 2.20 euro for motorbikes, 3.10 euro for cars, 7.90 euro for small trucks and 11.00 euro for large trucks.

Similar tolls will be charged at the Isthmus heading for Athens, at Zevgolatio heading for Patras and at Rio, heading for Athens.

Protest against bus fare increases in Thessaloniki

Members of the Thessaloniki Passengers' Movement organised sit-ins on 20 Thessaloniki public transport organisation buses on Saturday, protesting against fare hikes that would raise tickets from 0.60 euro to 0.80 euro.

The protestors hung banners on the buses, which carried out their normal routes, handed out printed flyers and stickers presenting their demands and encouraged passengers not to pay a ticket for boarding the bus.

A representative for the movement said the members would not agree to any increase in fares but would continue to pay the current price of 0.60 euro. Their demands included cheap state-sector public transport with free travel for students, school children, unemployed and those on low pensions, as well as free travel for working people going to and from their jobs.


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