Milan Urban Railway [Passante]
The Passante Railway is a subway system that runs almost
entirely underground and across the city of Milan from north-west
(Certosa and Bovisa) to south-east (Rogoredo).
The Passante is the intersection of Milan's railway service,
crossed by the suburban lines S1 (Saronno - Lodi),
S2 (Camnago - Milano Rogoredo),
S5 (Treviglio - Varese), S6
(Novara - Pioltello/Treviglio), S13 (Milano Bovisa
- Pavia) and S14 (Milano Rogoredo - Rho), with a
frequency of up to one train every 6 minutes on the
Lancetti - Porta Vittoria route.
ACCESSING THE RAILWAY
Like for the Metropolitana [MM], the
Passante Railway can be accessed by passing through the
turnstiles. All stations of the Passante have LED display
boards that provide information on arrival times and destination as
well as potential delays.
WHICH TICKETS SHOULD I USE?
The Milan Passante Railway is classed as an
urban transport service. Therefore it is possible
to use all ATM travel tickets [tickets/
multi-journey tickets/ travel passes] valid for urban routes even
if they are at reduced fares [student passes, senior passes,
• - Urban ticket
• - 10-journey ticket
• - Weekly 2x6
• - Daily
• - Two-day
• - BI4 [Integrated ticket for four 90-minute journeys, each
journey allows a single journey on the underground, rail network
and the Passante Railway]
• - Weekly/ monthly/ annual travel pass
• - SITAM cumulative ticket (Small area/Medium area/Large
area/Area plus 1)
As regards S [Suburban] routes, Tariffa Unica
Regionale (TUR) railway tickets can be used:
• - Single ticket;
• - Multi-journey ticket;
• - Weekly/monthly/annual travel pass;
• - TrenoMilano monthly pass.