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ATHENS & THESSALONIKI METRO – An Extract from the speech given by Minister Mr. DIMITRIOS REPPAS at the Parliament

ATHENS METRO We are extending Athens Metro in Line 3 (Aghia Marina (Haidari)-Piraeus) and we are targeting at commencing the construction activities in 2011. We are preparing the new Line 4 that will significantly de-congest traffic in the Athens urban conglomerate, our objective being the tendering of the project late 2011. More specifically: The extension […]
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METRO THESSALONIKIS – Visit of Mr. Ioannis Economidis, Secretary General of Public Works of the Ministry of Infrastructures Transport and Networks in the worksite areas of Thessaloniki Metro

Today, Mr. Christos Tsitouras, Chairman of ATTIKO METRO S.A., gave Mr. Ioannis Economidis, Secretary General of Public Works, a tour in the areas of the main worksites of Thessaloniki Metro. Upon completion of his visit in EFKLIDIS Station worksite area, Mr. Ioannis Economidis made the following statements: “The progress in all Metro fronts is currently […]
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THESSALONIKI METRO – Minister Mr. Dimitris Reppas presented the Strategic Plan of Infrastructure and Transport for Thessaloniki

Extract from the Press Release of the speech given by the Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks, Mr. Dimitris Reppas. Construction of Thessaloniki Metro base line and implementation of its extensions towards Kalamaria and the Airport as well as towards the Western suburbs. We characterized Thessaloniki Metro Project as a Project “hostage” of the problems […]
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ATHENS METRO: HOLARGOS metro station is given to the public

“HOLARGOS” STATION & UNDERGROUND PARKING FACILITIES AT “NOMISMATOKOPIO” STATION HOLARGOS Station is given to the public. HOLARGOS Station is located at a depth of 22 meters underneath Messogion Avenue at its junction with Faneromenis Street. During the ceremony for the delivery of the project to ATTIKO METRO Operations Company S.A., the Chairman of ATTIKO METRO S.A., Mr. […]
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THESSALONIKI METRO: Press Conference about the planning of works in the urban cluster of Thessaloniki

ATTIKO METRO SA 06.07.2010 The Minister of Infrastructures, Transport and Networks, Mr. Dimitris Reppas, along with the Deputy Minister, Mr. Yiannis Mangriotis, and the Secretary General Mr. Yiannis Oikonomidis visited PANEPISTIMIO Station of THESSALONIKI METRO. Mr. Christos Tsitouras, Chairman of ATTIKO METRO S.A. and Mr. George Konstantinidis, Project Manager of THESSALONIKI METRO, gave them a […]
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ATHENS METRO – Mr Christos Tsitouras, chairman of Attiko Metro S.A.,signed a new agreement on the new credit facility of 150 milion for the extension of Athens Metro

18/6/2010 ATTIKO METRO S.A. “Funding of Attiko Metro S.A.  projects” The European Investment Bank approved a loan amounting to EURO 150,000,000 to be granted to ATTIKO METRO S.A. – based on favorable terms (same as those applicable to the remaining member-states of the European Union) – in view of funding the following projects, namely: Extension […]
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ATHENS METRO – Art Journeys in the Metro

Attiko Metro S.A. successfully incorporated art in citizens’ every-day life – for the first time ever in a public project – by displaying 30 contemporary works of art of reputable Greek artists, which embellish Athens Metro Stations. Attiko Metro Art Program is evolving through new works of art displayed in both the existing Metro Stations […]
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Part of the press conference given by the Minister Mr. Reppas, regarding Athens and Thessaloniki Metro

I make reference to this matter for you to be also informed about every-day issues that have their own value. I will also tell you that this falls within our plans; I have spoken about Kasteli and the new highways in Attica Region. This not something new, I assure you that our plans are indeed […]
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