Rome rail map
Map of Rome rail. Rome rail map (Lazio - Italy) to print. Rome rail map (Lazio - Italy) to download. A sea change in the development of Rome light rail system came in 1998, with the opening of a 5.4km extension to route eight, from Casaletto, through the city centre, to Largo de Torre Argentina, a major square in the central western district, across the Ponte Garibaldi as its shown in Rome rail map. Tram, metro and heavy rail systems in Rome operate on completely separate systems, and the new routes are largely segregated from adjoining roads, which have been made one way.
Rome rail routes (Rome trams) had been gradually phased out over the previous decade, so that, by early 2000, just a single 18km stretch of track remained, from a street close to the main Stazione Termini heavy rail terminus, to the eastern suburb of Pantano Borghese as you can see in the Rome rail map.
Due to its location in the centre of the Italian peninsula, Rome is a principal railway node for central Italy. Rome main rail station, Termini, is one of the biggest train stations in Europe and the most heavily used in Italy, with around 400 thousand travellers passing through every day (see Rome rail map). The second-largest station in the city, Roma Tiburtina, is currently being redeveloped as a high-speed rail terminus.