In the city of Rome, there are two main
   types of urban mobility.




Cars and Moped Bicycles   Buses   Underground tram
Public transport is a fundamental element of urban
mobility.
There are two underground lines ( A and B).

Lenght : 36,5 km
Number of stations :
48
 Meeting point:
Stazione Termini
...
 La linea A conta esattamente 27 stazioni, che attraversano la Capitale da Sud-Est a
  27 stations
 From South-East a No...
 22 stations
 From South to North-East.
 30 stations
 Route of 34,5 km

The line will be available
in Decembre 2015
Management of public transport is carried out by a joint
venture made up of …




                         ATAC           ...
In the city of Rome public transport (buses and
trams) is carried out by a company called ATAC.

 ATAC was set up
in 1911....
In the 20s ATAC took over the management of bus lines
from SRTO.
In the 60s, due to huge urbanization, Rome mobility was
completely reorganised.




                        Nowadays ATAC ...
Buses have an essential role in public urban
mobility.
Tickets cost 1 euro both for buses and underground and are
valid for 75 minutes.

                            Buses are on...
Rome is one of the cities with the highest level of private
motorization. Every citizen has got at least a car.




    Ro...
The city council is encouraging sustainable
mobility by building cycle paths.

Past …                             Future…
...
• Pista ciclabile Tevere Nord (Labaro – Ponte Risorgimento)
• Pista ciclopedonale Tevere Centro(Ponte Risorgimento - Ponte...
Unfortunately cycle paths have a lot of problems.
Here are the weaknesses of the cycle network:


 Lack of mantainance
 ...
Roman drivers are the ones who spend more time in their cars in Italy
with 74 minutes a day.

23 km/h
Average speed of
a c...
Air pollution is a pressing issue. It damages both the health
of citizens and the environment.




  Yearly quantities of ...
In order to reduce the level of air pollution the city council
has set days of alternate number-plates and ecological
    ...
ZTL (Traffic Limited Zone) extends for 4,2 kmq.
           Purposes
      Sageguard historical and
1.    archeological her...
From monday to friday from 6.30
           a.m to 6.00 p.m.
           On saturday from 2.00 p.m. to
           6.00 p.m

...
In Rome Roads have always been a legend. They cross limits
of time and space and make eternity and the ancient dream
of su...
 48 % of inner roads has no
maintenance.
 55 % of traffic signs is not
visible.
35 % of fast running
roads has got dangerous
         holes.
Traffic si concentrated near the
    main exchange stations:        In the morning traffic generally
                     ...
“Grande Raccordo
Anulare” is the ring road
which sorrounds Rome .


Lenght: 68,22 Km

Traffic:
160.000 vehicles
per day

M...
It’s one of the most crowded
motorways in Italy.
On average there are 18 dead
and 1000 wounded people per
year.
Name   Start            End      Covered regions
Aurelia            Rome    Genoa             Latium – Tuscania - Liguria
...
 Via Ardeatina             Via C. Colombo
     Via Tuscolana             Via della Magliana
     Via Pontina         ...
“Botticelle” are typical   80 years ago they were
 traditional means of         the uncontrasted
      transport.         ...
1856 : “Botticelle”          1863:           1928 – 29:
first appeared in     Regulation of prices   Their number decrease...
 0,31 square metres per
citizen
 191 pedestrian areas
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  1. 1. In the city of Rome, there are two main types of urban mobility. Cars and Moped Bicycles Buses Underground tram
  2. 2. Public transport is a fundamental element of urban mobility.
  3. 3. There are two underground lines ( A and B). Lenght : 36,5 km Number of stations : 48  Meeting point: Stazione Termini  Working trains: 449  Offer: 33,8 milioni trains/km  Passengers : 870°000 a day
  4. 4.  La linea A conta esattamente 27 stazioni, che attraversano la Capitale da Sud-Est a 27 stations  From South-East a North-West. Nord-Ovest, In 1980 In 1959 the the new construction of a new line was underground line was available. approved.
  5. 5.  22 stations  From South to North-East.
  6. 6.  30 stations  Route of 34,5 km The line will be available in Decembre 2015
  7. 7. Management of public transport is carried out by a joint venture made up of … ATAC Met.Ro. Rome Council The firm running The firm running The main party the bus services the undergound service.
  8. 8. In the city of Rome public transport (buses and trams) is carried out by a company called ATAC. ATAC was set up in 1911. Before that there was a different kind of public transport …
  9. 9. In the 20s ATAC took over the management of bus lines from SRTO.
  10. 10. In the 60s, due to huge urbanization, Rome mobility was completely reorganised. Nowadays ATAC has got more than 2700 buses and covers 2000 km of roads.
  11. 11. Buses have an essential role in public urban mobility.
  12. 12. Tickets cost 1 euro both for buses and underground and are valid for 75 minutes. Buses are on duty everyday from 5.30 a.m to 12 p.m. There are 27 night-lines marked with the letter “N”. They are on duty from 1.30 a.m to 5.30 a.m.
  13. 13. Rome is one of the cities with the highest level of private motorization. Every citizen has got at least a car. Roma ‘ n bike Bike Sharing
  14. 14. The city council is encouraging sustainable mobility by building cycle paths. Past … Future… In 2001 there were 76 km have been 74,5 km of cycle paths. planned.
  15. 15. • Pista ciclabile Tevere Nord (Labaro – Ponte Risorgimento) • Pista ciclopedonale Tevere Centro(Ponte Risorgimento - PonteSublicio) • Pista ciclabile Tevere Sud (Ponte Sublicio - Ponte di Mezzocammino) • Ciclovia della Musica (Villa Ada - Ponte Milvio) • Villa Borghese (Villa Ada - Ponte Risorgimento) • Via Nomentana (Piazza Sempione - Porta Pia) • Dorsale ciclabile Aniene (Piazza Sempione – Villa Ada) • Viale Palmiro Togliatti (Ponte Mammolo – Cinecittà) • Dorsale ciclabile Cristoforo Colombo (Ponte Palatino – Laurentina) • Rete ciclabile di Tor Vergata • Pista ciclabile di via della Pisana
  16. 16. Unfortunately cycle paths have a lot of problems. Here are the weaknesses of the cycle network:  Lack of mantainance  Low safety  Obstacles (cross- roads, traffic lights…) Unclear traffic signs  Inefficient connections
  17. 17. Roman drivers are the ones who spend more time in their cars in Italy with 74 minutes a day. 23 km/h Average speed of a car in Rome. There are 955 vehicles for 1000 citizens.
  18. 18. Air pollution is a pressing issue. It damages both the health of citizens and the environment. Yearly quantities of air pollution 88 t. from private vehicles 191 t. from mopeds 358 t. from commercial vehicles 59 t. from public transport
  19. 19. In order to reduce the level of air pollution the city council has set days of alternate number-plates and ecological Has sundays The most severe restrictions were in 2005, each thursday for 12 weeks.
  20. 20. ZTL (Traffic Limited Zone) extends for 4,2 kmq. Purposes Sageguard historical and 1. archeological heritage of the city. 2. Encourage the use of 3. public trasport.
  21. 21. From monday to friday from 6.30 a.m to 6.00 p.m. On saturday from 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m On Friday and Saturday also from 12.00 p.m. to 3.00 a.m
  22. 22. In Rome Roads have always been a legend. They cross limits of time and space and make eternity and the ancient dream of supremacy come true. The memory of the Roman Empire will never fade because it is still alive in its ROADS…
  23. 23.  48 % of inner roads has no maintenance.  55 % of traffic signs is not visible.
  24. 24. 35 % of fast running roads has got dangerous holes.
  25. 25. Traffic si concentrated near the main exchange stations: In the morning traffic generally flows toward the historical  Trastevere  Tuscolana centre , while in the evening it  Ostiense  Flaminio flows toward the outskirts.  Termini  Tiburtina
  26. 26. “Grande Raccordo Anulare” is the ring road which sorrounds Rome . Lenght: 68,22 Km Traffic: 160.000 vehicles per day Maintenance: E. 11 millions per year
  27. 27. It’s one of the most crowded motorways in Italy. On average there are 18 dead and 1000 wounded people per year.
  28. 28. Name Start End Covered regions Aurelia Rome Genoa Latium – Tuscania - Liguria ss1 Cassia Rome Florence Latium - Tuscania ss2 Flaminia Rome Rimini Latium – Umbria– Marche ss3 Emilia-Romagna Salaria Rome Porto d’ Ascoli Latium - Marche ss4 Tiburtina Rome Pescara Latium - Abruzzi ss5 Casilina Rome Pastorano Latium - Campania ss6 Appia Rome Brindisi Latium – Campania - ss7 Basilicata - Apulia Ostiense Rome Ostia Latium ss8
  29. 29.  Via Ardeatina  Via C. Colombo  Via Tuscolana  Via della Magliana  Via Pontina  Via della Pisana  Via Boccea  Via Appia Nuova  Via Trionfale  Via Collatina  Via Bufalotta  Via Prenestina Most of the present road system is still based on the Ancient Roman plan.
  30. 30. “Botticelle” are typical 80 years ago they were traditional means of the uncontrasted transport. “queens” of public service.
  31. 31. 1856 : “Botticelle” 1863: 1928 – 29: first appeared in Regulation of prices Their number decreased Rome. from 700 to 400.
  32. 32.  0,31 square metres per citizen  191 pedestrian areas

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