Getting Around Rome by Buses, Trams, Metro lines and Trains

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Getting Around Rome by Buses, Trams, Metro lines and Trains, Italy

Tiburtina station is the main bus terminal for buses coming from or going to cities outside of region of Lazio. To reach the center from Tiburtina take metro line B in the direction of Termini, or bus 492 from the piazza in front of the station. To reach the center from Tiburtina take metro line B in the direction of Termini, or bus 492 from the piazza in front of the station.

Getting Around Rome by Buses

Rome Metrebus (metro-train-bus) System offers an ample variety of tickets and passes

REDUCED MOBILITY PASSENGERS
Travellers with difficulties moving can use the urban line 590 service . It is equipped for motorised wheel chairs and runs parallel to metro line A (from Piazza Cinecittà to Piazza Risorgimento)

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Guide for buses/coaches in Rome

The circulation of tour buses/coaches in Rome is regulated according to the Piano Pullmann of the Municipality of Rome which aims at organizing the daily tour bus/coach traffic.

The city has been divided into two big Limited Traffic Areas:

All buses needing to circulate inside the Ring Road are obliged to register and be able to prove registration by displaying the permit.

NEW RULES TO CIRCULATE BETTER
In order to improve the movement of coaches and to respect the requirements of transport and the environment in Rome, the City Council has adopted (Resolution n. 37 of 12/04/2010) new rules for the circulation and parking in the areas:

All coaches must display the circulation and parking permit, which should be chosen according to the requirements of the chosen route. The permit can be booked or purchased via our website or at the 3 check points of Aurelia, Ponte Mammolo and Laurentina.

ANTI-POLLUTION REGULATIONS

All information on check points, parking, tariffs, and reservations are available at: http://www.agenziamobilita.roma.it/attachments/732_GUIDE_ENG.pdf

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