Schools in Attica will remain closed Monday until 10 a.m. due to problems raised by a storm, authorities say.
Heavy rain and debris have shut down both the Athens-Corinth highway, near Elefsina, and the old road connecting the two cities. Authorities say the highway to Athens is expected to open between 9-10 am, while the section to Corinth between 12-1 pm.
Traffic on the busy Rio-Antirrio bridge in western Greece was disrupted on Thursday after a container detached from a truck and smashed into a traffic sign above the highway.
No injuries were reported.
A local news website said the container was blown off the vehicle due to the gale-force winds blowing over the Patraikos gulf.
Ferry boats have been banned from sailing in the Aegean Sea as winds in the area reached speeds of 9 and 10 on the Beaufort scale on Tuesday morning, preventing safe passage.
Ferries to the Aegean islands are tied up at port in Piraeus, where only services to the nearby Saronic Gulf are running as usual.
European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu said on Wednesday the EU will fund with 121 million euros a motorway connecting the Aktio peninsula to the Ionia highway, a key transport section serving Western Greece.
The announcement came during a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Yiannis Dragasakis, as part of her three-day official visit to Greece.