Tourism / Transport

The legend of the Line C of the Rome Metro

The Metro or Rome has two lines, Line A and Line B. For years people have talked of a legendary third line, Line C, which was eternally under construction.

The works started in 2007 and today the Line C was finally inaugurated. The first train had an unplanned stop, but the transport corporation of the Municipality assured the public that the line is perfectly working.

For sure, it costed nearly 3,5 billion euros, a huge sum even for such a project.

The stops include St Peter’s Square and the Imperial Forums.

The New York Subway has 26 lines (services).

The London Underground has 11 lines.

The Paris Metro has 16 lines.

The Moscow Metro has 12 lines.

The Tokyo subway system, shared by two corporations, has 13 lines.

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