Rome Subway

Rome's metro system: subway map and schedules

Rome’s metro system consists of a network of 3 subway lines (line A, line B and line B1, and C line), for a total length of 53.1 km. Some sections of the C line are still under construction, and at present there are 67 stations, of which 51 underground.

For line A (Anagnina-Battistini): both Anagnina that Battistini, the first departure is at 5:30 AM and the last departure is at 23:30 (on Friday and Saturday nights the last departure is at 1:30 AM).

About line B (Laurentina-Rebibbia): both from Laurentina that Rebibbia, the first departure is at 5:30 AM (Saturday and Sunday at 5:35 AM) and the last departure is at 23:30 (Friday and Saturday night at 1:30 AM).

For the B1 line (Laurentina-Conca d’Oro): from Laurentina the first departure is at 5:32 AM (Saturday and Sunday at 5:33 AM) and the last departure is at 23:26 (Friday and Saturday night at 1.30 AM, on holidays to 23:27) while from Conca d’Oro the first departure is at 5:30 AM (Saturday and Sunday at 5:30 AM) and the last departure is at 23:30 (Friday at 1:27 AM, Saturday at 1:28 AM).

For the C line (currently open: Parco di Centocelle-Pantano): the provisional timetable up to the opening of the continuation of the line in Piazza Lodi, in both directions, it is: first departure at 5:30 AM – last departure at 18:30.

Tickets valid for use the subway in Rome are of different types: BIT (€ 1.50) is valid for 100 minutes from the first validation, while the BIG (€ 6.00) is valid until 24.00 of the day of validation and for unlimited travel within the area of Roma Capitale. The BIT Regeneration (€ 6.00) is valid for 100 minutes from the first validation.

There is also the BTI (€ 16.50), valid for 3 days from the date of the first validation, or until 24:00 on the third day including the day of stamping, and for unlimited travel within the territory of Roma Capitale and the CIS (€ 24.00), valid for 7 days from the date of the first validation or until 24.00 on the seventh day, including the day of stamping, and for unlimited travel within the territory of Roma Capitale.

Rome Metro: line A

The line A, identified with orange color, was the second line to be built: the first is (Ottaviano-Cinecittà) was inaugurated in 1980, but only between 1999 and 2000, the extension from Ottaviano to Battistini entered service.

In all on the line A, which has a length of 18.425 km, there are 27 stations. In Termini station line A intersects with the line B.

Rome Metro: Line B

It is the blue color that identifies the line B, the first subway in Rome: the Termini-Laurentina was inaugurated in 1955 and extended in 1990. In 2012 was inaugurated the so-called B1 line from Bologna square until Conca D’Oro.

Along the line B in all there are 25 stations, for a total length of 22 km away.

Rome Metro: Line C

The C line, is the green line, is the youngest underground: the first is in fact (15 stations, from Monte Compatri / Pantano to Centocelle Park) was inaugurated in November 2014. When it is completed, it will be 25.6 kilometers long and will count 30 stations