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Public transport to clock out early on New Year's Eve

Public transportation in Athens will clock out one hour earlier than usual on New Year's Eve, the Athens Urban Transport Organization (OASA) said on Friday.

Trolley buses and regular buses will begin heading back to their depots after 10 p.m., meaning there will be no services after 11 p.m. instead of the regular midnight stop.

The ISAP electrical railway will run its last services from Piraeus to Kifissia at 10.20 p.m., from Omonia to Kifissia at 10.39 p.m., from Kifissia to Piraeus at 10.20 p.m. and from Omonia to Piraeus at 10.52 p.m.

On lines 2 and 3 of the metro, the last trains will be leaving at the following hours: Aghios Antonios to Aghios Dimitrios at 10.45 p.m., Aghios Dimitrios to Aghios Antonios at 10.45 p.m., Aegaleo to Doukissis Plakentias at 10.47 p.m., Doukissis Plakentias to Aegaleo at 10.37 p.m., Aegaleo to Athens International Airport at 9.25 p.m. and Athens International Airport to Aegealeo at 10.03 p.m.

The tram service will also be limited, with the last services leaving Voula for Syntagma at 9.34 p.m., Peace & Friendship Stadium (SEF) to Syntagma at 9.39 p.m., Syntagma to Voula to 10 p.m., Syntagma to SEF at 9.50 p.m., Voula to SEF at 10.04 p.m. and SEF to Voula at 10.15 p.m.

The express shuttles linking Athens International Airport to Syntagma Square and Piraeus Port will start pulling off their routes after 10 p.m. and will resume service after 1 a.m.

On Wednesday, January 2, all modes of public transport will be running on their weekend schedules.

More details are available on the 185 hotline or online at www.oasa.gr.

ekathimerini.com , Friday December 28, 2012 (13:35)  
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