Via dei Gordiani snc
The construction of Line C involves citizens in general, businesspeople and merchants in the affected areas, young people and schools in particular (teachers and students alike), the world of culture, the press and local, national, and foreign mass media, associations and professional boards for researching, trialling, and using innovative technologies, cultural players like universities, and so on.
Over these years, Metro C has promoted many initiatives involving the affected parties in various ways.
These initiatives range from providing information on the local territory at infopoints and infocampers, to developing the “Talpa Salvatraffico” (“a mole that can alleviate traffic”) project with schools; from the Cantieri Aperti (“open work sites”) initiative to meetings with municipalities; from the Open Day for citizens and the press to official inaugurations; from photo and AV shoots to guided tours of the work site with universities, schools, professional boards, associations, institutions, delegations of Italian and foreign companies, and so on.
If you are a citizen, a journalist, or a photographer, or if you belong to the world of institutions, associations, schools, or the university, and you would like to be kept abreast of specific information, or if you would like to make your own contribution with proposals for various initiatives regarding active work sites, you may contact our managers by leaving your message here:
INFORMATION FOR USERS
Metro C S.c.p.A. is a joint venture of private enterprises formed by Astaldi, Vianini Lavori, Ansaldo STS, Cooperativa Muratori e Braccianti di Carpi, and Consorzio Integra. In an international tender, it has been awarded the works to build Line C and supply the trains.
The section currently in progress is comprised between the San Giovanni station and the Fori Imperiali station.
For information on dates when stations will be open to the public, and/or on the line’s stations in operation, contact the municipality – Comune di Roma Capitale, Roma Metropolitane – or the Rome Underground’s operating authority ATAC.
For information on other underground lines and on public transport in Rome, please contact the Rome municipal offices directly.
If you would like to send us your suggestions and comments, or would like to request information, please fill out the form below. Our staff will respond as soon as possible.