Milan Subway – Line M5

Line M5 Milan Metro

Line M5 Milan MetroLine M5 of the Milan Subway is distinguished by the lilac color  used for logo, the map and the decoration of stations and trains.

Currently, line M5 is under construction. Once finished, it connects the city from the north (Bignami terminus) to the west (San Siro Stadio terminus).

Interchanges
Line M5 of Milan Metro crosses line M3 at stop Zara, line M2 and lines S1, S2, S5, S6, S7, S8, S11, S13 at stop Garibaldi FS. Once finished, it crosses line M1 at stop Lotto and linea S3, S4 at stop Domodossola.

Opening hours
Line M5 of Milan Metro is active from 6am to 0:00am. The frequency of the trains varies on average from 2 to 4 minutes.

Stations
Lilac line M5 of Milan Metro has no branches.

Map of line M5 of Milan Subway
Map of line M5 of Milan Subway

 

The first part, between Bignami and Zara, was opened in 2013 and the second part, between Zara and Garibaldi, in 2014. The completion of the third part (Garibaldi-San Siro Stadio) is planned in 2015.

The line will have 19 stations. Currently only the part Bignami-Garibaldi Fs is active.

Bignami
Ponale
Bicocca
Ca’ Granda
Istria
Marche
Zara
Isola
Garibaldi FS

Under construction: scheduled to open in 2015
Monumentale
Cenisio
Gerusalemme
Domodossola FN
Tre Torri
Portello
Lotto
Segesta
San Siro Ippodromo
San Siro Stadio

Milan Subway – Line M3

Line M3 Milan Metro

Line M3 Milan MetroLine M3 of the Milan Subway is distinguished by the color yellow used for logo, the map and the decoration of stations and trains.

Line M3 connects the city from the north, with Comasina terminus, to the south, with San Donato terminus . The line has no branches.

Line M3 of Milan Metro crosses line M1 at stop Duomo, line M2 at stop Centrale FS and line M5 at stop Zara.

Opening hours
Line M3 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.

Stations
Yellow line M3 has no branches.

Line M3 of Milan Subway
Map of line M3 of Milan Subway

Milan Subway – Line M1

Linea M1 metropolitana Milano

Line M1 Milan MetroLine 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.

Interchanges
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).

Opening hours
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.

Stations
Line M1 of Milan Metro has two branches. Both have the following stations:

Line M1 of Milan Subway
Map of line M1 of Milan Subway

Sesto I Maggio
Sesto Rondò
Sesto Marelli
Villa S. Giovanni
Precotto
Gorla
Turro
Rovereto
Pasteur
Loreto
Lima
Venezia
Palestro
San Babila
Duomo
Cordusio
Cairoli
Cadorna
Conciliazione
Pagano

The first branch continues with:
Buonarroti
Amendola Fiera
Lotto
QT8
Lampugnano
Uruguay
Bonola
San Leonardo
Molino Dorino
Pero
Rho Fiera

The second branch continues with (from Pagano):
Wagner
De Angeli
Gambara
Bande Nere
Primaticcio
Inganni
Bisceglie

Currently, other two stations, Monza Bettola and Sesto Restellone, are under construction.

Milan Subway

Subway Milan

Milan SubwayMilan 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:

  • Line M1 (red)
  • Line M2 (green)
  • Line M3 (yellow)
  • Line M5 (lilac)

At the moment the Line M4 (blue) is under construction: one of its terminus will be Linate Airport.

Map Subway Milan
Mobility map of Milan Metro
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Airport Milan Malpensa – Milan, connections

Here You will find some of the companies that perform service of connection between the city of Milan and Milan Malpensa airport

aeroporto-malpensa

The company provides a connection service between the Central Station of Milan and Malpensa Airport. The rides are served daily, including public holidays, with a frequency of 20 minutes. The ride takes about 55 minutes and costs € 10.00 the one way ticket and € 16.00 for the return ticket. Children (from 2 to 12 years old)  are charged € 5.00 each way.

The first departure from Milan Central Station is set at 03:45, the last at 00:15.

The first departure from Malpensa terminal 1 and 2 are set: the first is at 05:00 and the second is at 5:10. The last departure from Malpensa terminal  1 is at 01.20 and the last one is at 1.30.

You can check the winter timetable here (from 23.11.2015): Malpensashuttle

Summer timetable (from 16.06.2016 till 15.09.2016): Malpensashuttle

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The company connects Malpensa Airport to Milan Central Station and the Fiera di Milano.  The rides run every 20 minutes. The service is provided daily, including holidays. The ride lasts about 55 minutes and cost € 8.00 for this single ticket and € 14.00 for the return ticket, while children, aged from 2 to 12, are charged € 5.00 each way.

The first ride from Milan Central Station is set at 04:30 and the last at 23:00.

The buses  from Malpensa,  T1 and T2, leave the first  at 06:00 and the last at 00:30.

You can check the timetable here (updated on March 2016):  Autostradale

 

malpensa-bus

  • Terravision

The company connects Malpensa Airport to Milan Central Station.  The rides run every 20-30 minutes. The service is provided daily, including holidays. The ride lasts about 55 minutes and cost € 8.00 for this single ticket and € 14.00 for the return ticket, while children, aged from 2 to 12, are charged € 5.00 each way. Children under 4 – free.

The first ride from Milan Central Station is set at 03:50 and the last at 21:55.

The buses  from Malpensa,  T1 and T2, leave the first  at 05:05 and the last at 00:10.

You can check the timetable here (updated on March 2016): Terravision: Milano-Malpensa

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  • SADEM

Also the bus company SADEM connects Malpensa Airport to Turin.

Turin panorama seen from the hill, with Mole Antonelliana (famous ugly wedding cake architecture)

The service is provided daily, including holidays  except of 25th of December.One way ticket cost 22 EUR. The tickets should be bought beforehand on their official website or in the points of sales.

In Turin bus stops at  Bus Terminal Turin/ital. TORINO Autostazione on Corso Bolzano, that is situated in front of Porta Susa

In Malpensa Airport the bus leaves from Malpensa Terminal 1 and 2

You can check the timetable here (valid from 01.02.2016): Turin-airport of Malpensa

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