Milan bus, tram and metro times over the long weekend

Most services fewer, but more for cemeteries.

With the All Saints' public holiday on 1 November falling on a Tuesday this year, many milanesi will be taking the Monday off work, too, to make a four-day “ponte” break.

On Monday, surface lines and metro lines M1, M2 and M3 will observe the reduced Saturday timetable, but M5 will follow the usual weekday times. On Tuesday, when Italians flock to the cemeteries to pay respects and bring flowers to the graves of their loved ones, most lines will observe the bank holiday timetable.

But there is an exception for bus routes serving the city’s cemeteries: from Saturday 29 October to Wednesday 2 November inclusive, the following lines will carry extra buses or trams: 14, 40, 171, 52, 70, 172, 176, 55, 175, 174, 77 and 700.

Full details of the long weekend services, in English, and including times for ATM Info Points and car parks at urban stations, are available on this page of the ATM website.

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