Generally speaking, Rome has more problems with public transport than most cities. The latest news about public transport in Rome can be found on this page. At the moment some of the stops on metro line A are closed.
Public Transport News Rome
Metro stations Barberini, Baldo degli Ubaldi and Cornelia closed
Barberini and Baldo degli Ubaldi were already closed and from December 30th the Cornelia stop will also be closed. For the last two the reason is ordinary maintenance work. The reason Barberini is closed is because of problems with the escalators.
Public Transport Strike on January 12
Strikes are a regular occurrence in Rome, but at the moment none have been announced. Strikes in Rome usually take place on Fridays and follow specific hours. Often they get cancelled at the last minute.
Rome public transport tickets
Apart from the 1,50 Euro 100-minute ticket, there are several other public transport options for travelers in Rome. The day pass has become a 24-hour pass and now costs 7 Euros. The 48-hour pass is a new addition, and can be bought for 12,50 Euros. The 3-day pass is now a 72-hour pass and costs 18 Euros. The 4-day pass has been discontinued, but the weekly ticket still exists at the unchanged price of 24 Euros.
Christmas and New year’s public transportation in Rome
- December 24th: Metro, bus and tram stop running at 9 PM.
- December 25th: The metro will run from 8 AM until 1 PM. Buses will run from 8 AM until 1 PM and the from 4.30 until 9 PM.
- December 26th: Rome’s public transport will follow a Sunday schedule today, so everything will run as usual, albeit with a lower frequency.
- December 31st: The metro will run from 5.30 AM until 2.30 AM. Buses and trams will only run until 9 PM, though.