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INSET: DOWNTOWN ROME

Rome 1982 downtown tram map

ABBREVIATIONS ON THE MAPS

PGM Ponte G. Matteotti PS Ponte Sublicio

ROUTES


URBAN TRAM ROUTES

Operator: ATAC (Azienda Tranvie ed Autobus del Comune)

  13 Piazza San Giovanni di Dio - Stazione Trastevere - Viale Trastevere - Ponte Sublicio - Porta San Paolo - Colosseo - San Giovanni - Porta Maggiore - Largo Preneste
  14 Stazione Termini - P. Vittorio Emanuele II - Porta Maggiore - Largo Preneste - Villa Gordiani - Quarticciolo
  19 P. del Risorgimento (San Pietro) - Via Ottaviano - Viale delle Milizie - Ponte G. Matteotti - Via Flamina - Valle Giulia - Viale Regina Margherita - Porta Maggiore - Largo Preneste - Villa Gordiani - Centocelle
  19b Valle Giulia - Viale Regina Margherita - Porta Maggiore - Largo Preneste - Villa Gordiani
  30 Piazza San Giovanni di Dio - Stazione Trastevere - Viale Trastevere - Ponte Sublicio - Porta San Paolo - Colosseo - San Giovanni - Porta Maggiore - Viale Regina Margherita - Valle Giulia - Via Flamina - Ponte G. Matteotti - Viale delle Milizie - Via Ottaviano - P. del Risorgimento (San Pietro)
  30b Porta San Paolo (Piazzale Ostiense) - Colosseo - San Giovanni - Porta Maggiore - Viale Regina Margherita - Valle Giulia
516 Stazione Termini - P. Vittorio Emanuele II - Porta Maggiore - Largo Preneste - Villa Gordiani - Centocelle
517 Stazione Termini - P. Vittorio Emanuele II - Porta Maggiore - Largo Preneste - Villa Gordiani

INTERURBAN TRAM ROUTE

Operator: Acotral (Azienda consortile trasporti Lazio)

   Stazione Termini - Porta Maggiore - Pantano Borghese - Fiuggi

METRO ROUTES

Operator: Metropolitana di Roma

A Ottaviano San Pietro - Flaminio - Piazza di Spagna - Stazione Termini - P. Vittorio Emanuele II - San Giovanni - Ponte Lungo - Cinecittà - Anagnina
B Stazione Termini - Colosseo - Porta San Paolo (Piramide) - Basilica San Paolo - EUR - Laurentina


CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM

NETWORK LENGTH

  • Urban tramways: 28 km.
  • Interurban tramway (Rome - Fiuggi): 94 km.
  • Metro: 25 km.


HISTORY

  • Urban tramways (horse-drawn) 1 Aug. 1877 - 23 Oct. 1904 (?); (electric): 19 Sept. 1894 - today
  • Suburban electric tramway (Rome-Fiuggi-Frosinone) : 12 June 1916 - today
  • Suburban electric tramway (Tramvie dei Castelli Romani): 19 Feb. 1906 - 15 Feb. 1980
  • Suburban electric tramway (Tramvia Roma-Civitacastellana): 10 Oct. 1906 - 1932
  • Suburban (La tramvia a vapore Rome-Tivoli) (steam): 1 July 1879 - 20 June 1931
  • Metro lines: 10 Feb. 1955 - today.

GAUGE

  • Urban tramways: 1445 mm.
  • Suburban (Rome-Fiuggi-Frosinone) interurban line: 950 mm.
  • Suburban (Tramvie dei Castelli Romani): 1445 mm.
  • Suburban (Tramvia Roma-Civitacastellana): 1000 mm.
  • Steam tramway (Rome-Tivoli): 1435 mm.
  • Metro: 1435 mm.

SOURCES

PRINT

  • Buckley, R. "Rome: A tramway raised from ruins", Tramways & Urban Transit, Aug. 2006 (69: 824), p.302-305.
  • Kalla-Bishop, P.M. & Alasdair Munro, S. "Rails to lead to Rome", Modern Tramway & Light Rail Review, Jan. and March 1969 (32: 373 & 375), p.7-13 & 82-87.
  • Walker, A. "The ATAC tramways", Modern Tramway & Light Rail Transit, Dec. 1983 (46: 552), p.411-418.
  • Wansbeek, C.J. "Roma - Eternal city with a bright future", Tramways & Urban Transit, Aug. and Oct. 2000 (63: 752 & 754), p.288-291 & 372-374.
  • Wansbeek, C.J. "Roma: Light rail policy is a muddle", Tramways & Urban Transit, Oct. 2004 (67: 802), p.372-375.
  • Young, T. "Systems Factfile: Roma, Italy", Tramways & Urban Transit, May 2008 (71: 845), p.187-189.

WIKIS

WEB SITES

Also, thanks to Manuel Tão in Lisbon for information obtained through personal communication.



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