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02May

Line 4 Athens Metro- New stations

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The procedures for line 4 have almost begun. The construction is expected to be completed in 8 years.

The new line shall be connected through a single track tunnel with the existing tunnel connecting Lines 2 & 3 in Syntagma area, so that the new trains can be directed to the existing Depots. The scope of the Project includes the construction of underground stabling areas, a washing plant and a light repair workshop behind ALSO VEIKOU Station, the extension of Sepolia Depot maintenance and repair workshops, as well as the construction of a new Operations Control Centre for all Metro lines in Sepolia Depot area. During the construction of the Project, approximately 3,500 job positions shall be created.

The stations of line 4 are going to be the following :

-Alsos Veikou
-Galatsi
-Kypseli
-Dikastiria
-Alexandras
-Exarcheia
-Akademia (with an underpass connection to existing Line 2 Panepistimio s-tation)
-Kolonaki
-Evangelismos (connection with existing Line 3 station)
-Kaisariani
-Near East
-Ilisia
-Zografou
-Goudi

We can't wait for it! :)

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