You can find on this page the Milan transport map to print and to download in PDF. The Milan transportation map presents the transports network and transport zones of the transit of Milan in Lombardy - Italy.

Milan transports map

Map of Milan public transports

The Milan transport map shows all means of transportation in Milan. This transports map of Milan will allow you to move easily with public transport of Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The Milan transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Milan is one of southern Europe key transport nodes and one of Italy most important railway hubs for local, national and international routes. Five major railway stations in Milan, among which the Milan Central station, are among Italy busiest. Since the end of 2009, two High speed train lines link Milan to Rome, Naples and Turin considerably shortening travel times with other major cities in Italy. The public transportation system as you can see in Milan transport map includes: four underground/subway lines (#1 - red, #2 - green, #3 - yellow, #5 - purple ); a fifth subway line (#4 - blue) is under construction (scheduled to be completed in 2022). This new line will reach out to Linate airport, East of the city center. One (mostly underground) suburban rail link (AKA "Passante", drawn in blue on subway maps); about 70 surface lines operated with trams, trolleys, and buses.

The Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM) operates within the metropolitan area of Milan, managing a public transport network consisting of an underground rapid transit network and tram, trolley-bus and bus lines. Overall the network covers nearly 1,400 km (870 mi) reaching 86 municipalities as its shown in Milan transport map. Besides public transport, ATM manages the interchange parking lots and other transportation services including bike sharing and car sharing systems.

The Milan transportation system (Italian: Rete metropolitana di Milano ) is the transport network of Milan , Italy . The SITAM (Transportation Integrated System in the Milan Area) is the zone fare system in force in the Milan metropolitan area, shared by the on-road public transport operators in both Milan Province and Monza and Brianza Province. According to this, tickets and passes are subject to a progressive pricing depending on the distance covered as its mentioned in Milan transport map.

Milan zone map

Map of Milan zones

The Milan zone map shows all transport zones in Milan. This zone map of Milan will allow you to know the prices of public transport of Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The Milan zones of transports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The municipality of Milan is divided into two circular areas as you can see in Milan zone map, that differ by the availability of the trolley lines #90 and #91 (inner circle), or lack thereof (outer circle). Milan urban area is also divided into zones and half zones that serve to calculate diverse transportation fares. Milan nine zones also have the purpose of decentralising the city administrative division, and indeed many locals speak of ‘zones’ when referring to neighbourhoods and areas. Zone 1, despite being the smallest in size, is the best known because it is home to the centre of the city, which is also the historic centre. All other zones surround zone 1 in a clockwise manner starting from northeast and ending north. Areas outside these 9 zones are considered the larger metropolitan area of Milan, that is, outside the urban fares, and therefore more expensive to travel to and from the city centre.

For an initial reference, the cheapest ticket option is a one-way pass within Milan city urban area, which costs €2.00 and is valid for 90 minutes from the moment of stamping as its shown in Milan zone map. This is called an ‘Urban Ticket’, and the same goes for metros, trams and buses. The most expensive price of a one-way ticket costs €4.20 for an extra-urban pass, which allows crossing through four and a half zones. Most of the city and 21 surrounding municipalities are contained in fare zones 1 to 3, so you’ll need to check the zones only if you are travelling a long way out of the centre.

It is important to specify which zones will be crossed upon purchasing a ticket in order to make sure that the credits will be sufficient to complete your journey in Milan. An easy way to do that is by simply taking note of the names of your metro stops and ask an attendant upon purchase; they are often ready to help figure out the cost of your fare, especially inside the metro stations. For further information on this topic, the ATM website has an English section with more details on zones and a page on fares and types of tickets. The tariff zones subsequent to the Mi3 are identified, according to their distance from Milan, with a growing code ranging from Mi4 to Mi9 as its mentioned in Milan zone map.