Lykoporia railway station

Lykoporia railway station (Greek: Σιδηροδρομικός Σταθμός Λυκοποριάς, romanized: Sidirodromikós Stathmós Lykoporia) is a Station [3] in Lykoporia, a small seaside town in Corinthia, Greece. It is located just south of Lykoporia between, close to the Olimpia Odos motorway. It was opened on 22 June 2020 as part of the €848-million ErgOSE[3] project extension of the Athens Airport–Patras railway to Aigio rail line, co-financed by the European Union‘s Cohesion Fund 2000–2006.[4][5] The station is served by Line 5 of Proastiakos Athens between Athens and Aigio.[6] It should not be confused with the now-closed station on the old Piraeus–Patras railway, which is located northeast of the current station, closer to the coast of the Corinthian Gulf

Λυκοποριάς

Lykoporia
Location Lykoporia
Corinthia
Greece
Coordinates

38°04′36″N22°30′21″E

Owned by GAIAOSE[1]
Line(s) Athens Airport–Patras railway[2]
Platforms 2 (side platforms)
Tracks 2
Train operators TrainOSE
Construction
Structure type at-grade
Platform levels 2
Parking No
Bicycle facilities No
Disabled access
Other information
Status Unstaffed
Website http://www.ose.gr/en/
History
Opened 22 June 2020
Electrified 25 kV AC, 50 Hz (From 2021)
Services
Preceding station   Proastiakos   Following station
towards Aigio
Line 5
towards Athens
Line 5
towards Kiato
Location

Lykoporia
Location within Greece

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The Station opened 22 June 2020 by Minister of Transport, Kostas Karamanlis.[7] as part of the €848-million ErgOSE[3] project extension of the Athens Airport–Patras railway to Aigio railline[8] co-financed by the European Union’s Cohesion Fund 2000–2006.[9][10] It was one of three new stations in (Xylokastro, Akrata, and Aegio) and six holts (Diminio, Lykoporia, Lygia, Platanos Beach, Diakopto, and Eliki) to come online when the section of track opened. It should not be confused with the now-closed station on the old Piraeus–Patras railway SPAP, which is located northeast of the current station, closer to the coast of the Corinthian Gulf.

The raised station is assessed via stairs or a ramp. It has two side platforms, with station buildings located below the platform level, with access to the platform level via stairs or lift. The Station buildings are equipped only with a waiting area. At platform level, there are sheltered seating and Dot-matrix display departure and arrival screens and timetable poster boards on both platforms. There is currently no car park on-site. Currently, there is no local bus stop connecting the station.

The station is served the following lines of the AthensProastiakos[11] or suburban railway:

Line 5[12]AigioAthens[13] with 1 tph. (transfer to Regional, Express & InterCity services at Athens[14] and the Diakopto rack railway at Diakopto railway station)

Line 5[15]AigioKiato[16][6] with 1 tph (transfer to Regional, Express & InterCity services at Athens). Around 35 trains call at the station each day.

Line structure

to Athens

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