Line M2 of the Milan Subway is distinguished by the color green used for logo, the map and the decoration of stations and trains.
Line M2 connects the city from the north-east, with doble terminus at Cologno Nord and Gessate, to the south, with doble terminus at Piazza Abbiategrasso and Assago Milanofiori Forum.
Line M2 of Milan Metro crosses line M1 at stops Loreto and Cadorna, line M3 at stop Centrale FS and the line M5 at stop Garibaldi FS.
Line M2 of Milan Metro is active from 6am to 0:30am. Over the weekend closing time is extended. During the night the line is replaced by night bus. The frequency of the trains varies on average from 2 to 4 minutes.
Line M2 of Milan Metro has four branches.
Line M1 of the Milan Subway is distinguished by the red color used for logo, the map and the decoration of stations and trains.
Line M1 connects the city from the north-east to the west. Terminus in the north-east is Sesto I Maggio FS. To the west the line divides into two branches: to the north-west with Rho-Fiera terminus and to the south-west with Bisceglie terminus.
Line M1 of Milan Metro crosses line M2 at stops Cadorna and Loreto, line M3 at stop Duomo and will cross new line M5 at stop Lotto.
Line M1 has also interchanges with railway stations: Sesto San Giovanni station (suburban lines S8, S9, S11 and regional trains), Milano Porta Venezia station (suburban lines S1, S2, S5, S6 e S13), Milano Cadorna station (suburban lines S3, S4 and regional trains) and Rho Fiera Milano station (suburban lines S5 e S6, regional and national trains).
Line M1 of Milan Metro is active from 6am to 0:30am. Over the weekend closing time is extended. During the night the line is replaced by night bus. The frequency of the trains varies on average from 2 to 4 minutes.
Line M1 of Milan Metro has two branches. Both have the following stations:
Sesto I Maggio
Villa S. Giovanni
The first branch continues with:
The second branch continues with (from Pagano):
Currently, other two stations, Monza Bettola and Sesto Restellone, are under construction.
Milan subway is the hub of public transport in the city of Milan. It is managed by ATM, Azienda Trasporti Milanesi and with its total length of 94.5 km is the longest Italian metro.
Milan Subway is open from 6am to 12:30am (line M5 closes at 12am) and at the weekend closing time is postponed. During the night, lines 1, 2 and 3 are replaced by night buses. The frequency of the trains varies on average from 2 to 4 minutes.
The more common ticket is the ordinary urban that costs 1.50€ with a 90-minute validity within the boundaries of urban tariff. This ticket allows only one access to the metro and it is also valid for all other means of surface. There are also cumulative intercity tickets and different types of subscription.
Milan metro system is divided into four active lines for a total of 103 stations:
Subway Rome, line B1: information about routes and trains.
Trains of the line B1 run every 8 minutes; trains departing from terminus Laurentina have two different destinations, Rebibbia (line B) or Jonio (line B1). The route is the same till stop BOLOGNA, than it changes.
Both from Laurentina and Rebibbia/Jonio:
first ride: 5:30
last ride: 23:30
Friday and Saturday last ride: 1:30
Trains stop at:
CAVOUR TERMINI ( line A)
BOLOGNA (line B)