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Old July 23rd, 2016, 06:41 PM   #521
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Old July 23rd, 2016, 06:57 PM   #522
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Pictures of Line C San Giovanni station and T3 branch construction sites updated to July.
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Pozzo 3.3 (Giardini di Via Sannio)





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Old July 26th, 2016, 01:23 AM   #523
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When will it be possible to ride in a brand new train under such magnificent urban landscapes on the section shown above?
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Old July 26th, 2016, 01:59 AM   #524
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Old August 6th, 2016, 11:25 AM   #525
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On 8th August, tram route 3 will be reinstated to its full route, running again between Piramide and Trastevere FS Station:
http://www.muoversiaroma.it/muoversi....aspx?id=20134

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Old August 7th, 2016, 02:08 AM   #526
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That's great news but leaves me a bit surprised. I was there 3 weeks ago and the tracks particularly around Porta Portese didn't really look good enough for daily service. What was the reason for closure anyway?
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Old August 8th, 2016, 05:29 PM   #527
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That's great news but leaves me a bit surprised. I was there 3 weeks ago and the tracks particularly around Porta Portese didn't really look good enough for daily service. What was the reason for closure anyway?

A clear explanation never really came from transports agency.
There are many hypotheses. Among them, errors in the stops design, bureau issues, political issues (like some vip didn't want a stop in front of his apartments).
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Old September 25th, 2016, 02:30 PM   #528
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Pictures of Line C San Giovanni station and T3 branch construction sites updated to September.
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Pozzo 3.3 (Giardini di Via Sannio)





Amba Aradam/Ipponio





Pozzo 3.2 (Piazza Celimontana)



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Old September 25th, 2016, 10:01 PM   #529
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How mutch metrolines rome will have then?
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Old September 25th, 2016, 10:10 PM   #530
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Line C is already operating (though still not complete; terminus is Lodi station at the moment): so currently Rome has 3 metro lines, A, B and C.

There are plans for a fourth metro line, Line D, but it won't be built for now.

Eventually the old Roma-Lido railway (which links Rome to Ostia) could be turned into a more modern metro line in the occasion of the construction of the new AS Roma stadium, becoming Line E.

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Old September 25th, 2016, 11:13 PM   #531
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Considering the population it's a rather small system...
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Old September 25th, 2016, 11:24 PM   #532
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Definitely. Unfortunately Rome's rail public transport isn't as developed as in other European capitals; what's worse is that at the moment our administrators have little or no interest to develop it.
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Old October 26th, 2016, 01:50 PM   #533
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Pictures of Line C San Giovanni station and T3 branch construction sites updated to October.
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Pozzo 3.3 (Giardini di Via Sannio)





Amba Aradam/Ipponio





Pozzo 3.2 (Piazza Celimontana)





Fori Imperiali



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Old November 8th, 2016, 05:44 PM   #534
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Rome's central train station gets a new artisanal food market



Railway station cuisine normally conjures up images of unappetizing fast food and overpriced but underwhelming sandwiches. But a new food market in Rome's central Termini station hopes to challenge the stereotype by providing a wide range of high quality, local food.

The artisan food stalls in Rome's Central Market sell traditional Italian food including pastries, meat, pizza, gelato and much more. One store caters specifically to vegans and vegetarians, while others focus on regional specialities, but there are also a few stores run by Rome cult favourites.

Gabriele Bonci, who runs the popular Pizzarium, sells pizza at the new marketplace, or for a more unusual snack you can opt for the pizza-sandwich hybrids made by Trapizzino, who also have a shop in foodie hub Testaccio. There's even a wine bar and restaurant run by a Michelin-starred chef (Oliver Glowig) on the first floor.

The three-storey market was inspired by Florence's Central Market, which opened in 2014 and has been hugely successful, welcoming 3 million visitors already this year. The Termini station's market is open daily from 7AM till midnight.
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Metro Line C - Amba Aradam/Ipponio station

Two weeks ago, final renderings of the future Amba Aradam/Ipponio station of Line C were finally presented. Here's how the station will looks.

The project by Paolo Desideri (Studio ABDR) aims to integrate into the station the important archaeological finds unearthed during excavations.

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Metro Line C - San Giovanni station

Metro C's website has been completely renovated. Have a look at it:

http://metrocspa.it/

Here are many new images of San Giovanni station: works are finally close to completion, so now we're ready to announce that the station will open to public next fall.

Renderings. The station won't be a regular station. It will be a museum station and will benefit from a special setting in order to display the many archaeological finds unearthed during all these years of works.











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How Line C San Giovanni station intersects Line A (Line C station is the one alongside via Taranto)





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Still from Metro C website, updated pics of T3 route construction sites.

http://metrocspa.it/

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Here are many new images of San Giovanni station: works are finally close to completion, so now we're ready to announce that the station will open to public next fall.
I have a question concerning this station. Does line c make use of the already partial build station-shell from the 70s, build together with line A? I think not, because the former planned line C station should lay above line A-level. What is the plan in using this station-shell? Thanks
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I have a question concerning this station. Does line c make use of the already partial build station-shell from the 70s, build together with line A? I think not, because the former planned line C station should lay above line A-level. What is the plan in using this station-shell? Thanks
The big archaeological finds unearthed during the excavation of San Giovanni Line C station forced the team to fully redesign it from scratch. So no old partial build station-shell built together with Line A in the the '70's was used, and now San Giovanni Line C lays below Line A, instead as above as originally planned.
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