The construction works for the Venezia station, an iconic infrastructure in the capital, have commenced.

The construction works for the Venezia station, an iconic infrastructure in the capital, have commenced.

An iconic station that today marks its inception in the presence of both local and national authorities: Mayor of Rome, Roberto Gualtieri, alongside the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Matteo Salvini, the Minister of Culture, Gennaro Sangiuliano, the Extraordinary Commissioner of Line C, Maria Lucia Conti, the Mobility Councillor, Eugenio Patanè, the President of the Lazio Region, Francesco Rocca, the executives of Roma Metropolitane, the CEO of Webuild, Pietro Salini, together with the leadership of the General Contractor Metro C Scpa, and Vianini Lavori.

The Venezia station is part of a renewal process in the capital aimed at providing greater sustainability for both present and future generations. In addition to connecting people traveling from the outskirts to the city center, the Venezia station will be an iconic element due to its 8-level underground structure, reaching a depth of 45 meters below street level.

This challenge harnesses the best Italian engineering capabilities to serve a station that, in addition to fulfilling its transportation role, will serve as a museum among museums. The station will be positioned at the center of the square, surrounded by landmarks such as the Vittoriano, Palazzo Venezia, the Trajan’s Forum, the Palazzo delle Assicurazioni Generali, the Church of Santa Maria di Loreto, and the atrium will host an exhibition setup allowing not only to cross the square through its future three entrances but also to enjoy the discoveries that will emerge during the station’s excavation.


A unique and immersive experience for those traversing the heart of the capital, offering an additional tourist attraction while improving the city’s transportation service.

This significant undertaking will be carried out in phases and will involve the construction of deep diaphragm walls reaching 85 meters below street level, ensuring archaeological excavation through the so-called top-down method.

Throughout each phase, vehicular traffic in Piazza Venezia will be maintained.

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