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Rome has an extensive internal transport system and is one of the most important road, rail and air hubs in Italy. Rome banned diesel vehicles from its roads for the first time on Tuesday 14 January 2020. The local transport authority said the order would affect around one million vehicles.

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  • Il sistema dei trasporti pubblici della città di Roma si compone di una rete metropolitana di 3 linee, una rete tranviaria di 6 linee, un sistema di servizi suburbani composto da 8 relazioni regionali e 3 ferrovie ex-concesse, una rete filoviaria composta da tre linee e una rete stradale di circa 6000 km, che la rende la più vasta d'Europa. La rete dei trasporti è gestita da 3 operatori: la società in house comunale ATAC, Trenitalia e il consorzio privato Roma TPL. (it)
  • Rome has an extensive internal transport system and is one of the most important road, rail and air hubs in Italy. Rome banned diesel vehicles from its roads for the first time on Tuesday 14 January 2020. The local transport authority said the order would affect around one million vehicles. (en)
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  • Il sistema dei trasporti pubblici della città di Roma si compone di una rete metropolitana di 3 linee, una rete tranviaria di 6 linee, un sistema di servizi suburbani composto da 8 relazioni regionali e 3 ferrovie ex-concesse, una rete filoviaria composta da tre linee e una rete stradale di circa 6000 km, che la rende la più vasta d'Europa. La rete dei trasporti è gestita da 3 operatori: la società in house comunale ATAC, Trenitalia e il consorzio privato Roma TPL. (it)
  • Rome has an extensive internal transport system and is one of the most important road, rail and air hubs in Italy. Rome banned diesel vehicles from its roads for the first time on Tuesday 14 January 2020. The local transport authority said the order would affect around one million vehicles. (en)
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  • Transport in Rome (en)
  • Trasporti a Roma (it)
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