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Here’s one positive thing to come out of the Greek debt standoff

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Pedestrians stand with their shopping bags while waiting for a public bus in Athens, Greece, on Friday, May 29, 2015.Photograph by Bloomberg via Getty Images

Amidst all the chaos in Greece today, people just looking to get across town do get one plus — free bus and subway travel.

Some Athenians angry about about the situation were at least slightly appeased by the free rides, reported the New York Times. It is expected that public transportation will remain free until at least July 6, the day after a referendum on an international bailout of the country.

Reports from a subway station in Athens said that there were no turnstiles blocking the entrances, allowing travelers to flow in freely.