Milan gets new tram line

Milan's tram 10 runs from Central station to the Navigli.

A new tram line was added to Milan’s ATM urban transport network at the beginning of November.

The northern terminus of the new tram 10 line is in Viale Lunigiana, which passes under the tracks at Central Station, while the southern end is in Piazza 24 Maggio, in the heart of the Navigli night-life zone.

The new line runs via Viale Monte Grappa, Garibaldi station, the monumental cemetery, Corso Sempione and the Arco della Pace, Piazzale Baracca and Viale Coni Zugna.

Tram 10 substitutes bus line 37, providing a faster service by using dedicated tram lanes.

Useful connections along Milan's tram 10 route are with the lilac metro line M5 at the monmumental cemetery, and with tram lines 2 and 4 at the intersection of Via Farini and Via Ferrari.

Other busy points easier to reach with tram 10 are the health centre (ASL) in Via Farini and the Buzzi hospital near the Gerusalemme stop.

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