Greek rail damage costs rise to 160 million euros, repairs to last a year
The initial assessment concerning the damages on the Greek railway network after the floods belongs to the past. A new assessment draws an even gloomier picture: repair costs skyrocket from an estimated 50 million euros to 160 million euros. At the same time, the reconstruction timeframe is also different. Instead of a month, it could take a year before the central Greek north-south rail axis is ready for operations.
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