Welcome to the Greek Traffic and Motorways (Highways) Net / Willkomen zu Griechische-Autobahnen und Verkehrsnetze / Bienvenue des la Grece Autoroutes

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Welcome to the GREEK-MOTORWAY.NET, on this site we will present the modern Greek traffic net. Greece has build and do build one of the largest and moderns traffic net in Europe. The Metro of Athens is one of the fastest Subways in the World, the International Airport of Athens win 2005, 2006 and 2007 the OAG-Airport-Marketing-Award. 2004 was AIA the European Airport of the Year. The Attika Road was recently awarded the 1st Prize for Road Safety by the International Road Federation, in recognition of the quality road safety services provided to the Attiki Odos users. A lot of other Greek traffic systems win international prizes. Greece build with large steps a new Country for the 21st Century. In every region of Greece you will find big projects. Harbours, Airports, Motorways, Subways, Railroads are brand new or under construction. The quality of this constructions are international highest standard.

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LAST  NEWS:
A2 Egnatia
until February 2009 will be the A2 Egnatia Motorway ready.
Thessaloniki: The Municipal of Thessaloniki like to construct 12 km Bicycle-Ways in the area of the City.
Tram: Patra, Volos and Ioannina are the first Cities how get Tram-Lanes outside of Athens say the Tram A.E.
OSE/Railway: The Regional Government of Crete think to construct a Railway in North-Crete.

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GREEK TRAFFIC NET:

R.A.

MOTORWAY

2005 km

NATIONAL ROAD

4230 km

RAILROADS

2610 km

INTERNAT.- / NATIONAL AIRPORTS

15 / 44

PASSENGER- / TRADE PORTS

79 / 62

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On this Graphic you will see a Masterplan of the Greek Govermment from 1991

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Greek Air connections

Nowadays there are 44 airports operating in Greece which fall into three categories:

  • International connections
    The 15 State International Airports accommodate airplanes of scheduled and non- scheduled airlines (especially during the summer) as well as charter flights, and handle approximately 82% of the tourists who arrive annually in our country.
  • Domestic Connections
    Apart from the 15 State International Airports, which cater for domestic flights as well, there are also 25 State Domestic Airports all over the country handling domestic flights.
    Domestic flights are conducted by Olympic Airlines , Aegean Airlines and Sky Express. During the summer months, due to the increased passenger traffic, the above-mentioned companies carry out extra flights to the existing destinations while they also include in their programmed flights direct connections between popular tourist destinations.  For this reason, it would be wise to obtain information either from the air companies or your tour operator before booking.   (Article: Hellenic Ministry of Tourism)
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Greek Sea travel

The country boasts a particularly extensive coastal transportation network serving all Greek islands , the majority of coastal destinations in mainland Greece and certain international ports. The Greek fleet, consisting of all types of vessels (passengers ships, ferry boats, hydrofoils, etc) operating on domestic and international routes, has undergone major refurbishment, thus ensuring travellersspeedy, reliable and enjoyable travel.  (Article: Hellenic Ministry of Tourism)

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Greek Railway Network

Greece 's railway network is approximately 2,500 km long, covering a large part of the mainland and linking the country with central Europe and Turkey . Transport of passengers, luggage and driver-accompanied vehicles is ensured by regular daily service. Timetables are determined on a yearly basis. Greek railroads meet high technical standards , comprising trains of the Intercity type (express or regular) and regular trains (high-speed rail). When travelling by rail, it is worth observing the architecture of old stations along the route , most of which were built in the late 19 th century and constitute unique symbols of early industrial architecture.

Greek Road connections
The main road axes are listed below, followed by the European road number in brackets:
Athens- Thessaloniki (E 75 )
Athens- Corinth (E 94 )
Corinth- Patras (E 65 )
Corinth-Tripoli- Kalamata (E 65 )
Patras-Pyrgos-Oly mpia (E 55 )
Thessaloniki-Kavala- Alexandroupoli (E 90 )
Igoumenitsa-Alexandroupoli (Egnatia Odos Motorway)
Chania-Agios Nikolaos ( Crete E 75)

Road connections
Greece 's road network covers 117,000 kilometres in total (mainland and islands).
The capitals of most prefectures are connected to each other by a dense network of bus services . The intercity coach service (KTEL) operates vehicles that meet all modern technical specifications for the safe and pleasant transport of passengers. For more detailed information on bus connections, itineraries and fares, as well as on the exact departure and arrival points  (Article: Hellenic Ministry of Tourism)

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E.O-59 Amfipoli - Nea Zihni near the City of Drama

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