Tram and metro are the most popular alternatives to private cars.
Milano has four metro lines (M1 Red line, M2 Green line, M3 Yellow line and M5 Lilac line) plus an underground railway system called Passante Ferroviario which connects the city to its suburban towns.
Depending on your needs, there are different kinds of ticket carnets and subscriptions.
PAY WITH YOUR CONTACTLESS BANK CARD TO RIDE THE SUBWAY
In Milano is possible to catch the subway by paying directly at the gates with Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Maestro and VPay contactless cards. The system automatically calculates the cheapest fare for you: e.g. if you make many single trips in a day, you will pay the daily fare instead of individual tickets.
WHERE TO BUY TICKETS
You can buy ATM tickets and subscription at any of the about 2,200 authorized points (bars, tobacconists, stationers, newspaper stands) located in the Milano area. You can also find ticket machines in every subway station: these machines accept both coins and banknotes, credits cards and bank cards.
You can also buy tickets via the ATM official app.
Once you register in the App, you can login and purchase tickets and pay by PayPal or Credit Card:
- Single ticket - € 2,00
- One day ticket - € 7,00
Metropolitana Duomo stop
Metropolitana Stazione Centrale stop
Metropolitana Stazione Cadorna stop
Metropolitana Loreto stop
Metropolitana Stazione Romolo stop
Metropolitana Stazione Garibaldi stop
Infoline: +39 0248 607 607 from 07:30 to 19:30
Phone: +39 0248 03 48 03
The local Radiobus is a bus service that replaces the normal means of transport in the time slot from 22:00 to 02:00, it can be requested through the ATM app and can be booked also in advance from 1 p.m.
At night-time public transport services are reduced but most of lines are still operational, especially during the week-end.
For further information call the ATM Infoline number +39 0248 607 607, accessible every day from 07:30 to 19:30.