Rome metro::PLAN & MAP & CARTE
built in 1955-02-09 :: System length: 60km
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The Rome Metro (Italian: Metropolitana di Roma) is an underground public |
transportation system that operates in Rome, Italy.
The network opened in 1955, making it the oldest in the country. The Metro comprises three lines â€“ Line A (orange),
Line B (blue) and Line C (green)
â€“ which operate on 60.0 kilometres (37.3 mi) of route, serving 73 stations.
The original lines in the system, Lines A and B, form an X shape with the lines intersecting at Termini Station,
the main train station in Rome. Line B splits at the Bologna station into two branches.
While Line C opened in 2014, it is not yet connected to the rest of the Metro network.
Plans have also been announced for a fourth line.
|Examples of Lines & Stations||Termini Station (Terminal - Trains)||Battistini Station||San Giovanni Station|
|Rome metro||Line A: Battistini -> Anagnina||Line B: Laurentina-> Rebibbia Jonio||Line C: Monte Compatri->Pantano -> Lodi|
Tuesday 14th of August 2018