Map of Blue Ash for The fast, if gloomy, metro is good for crossing the city quickly, while the well-organized bus and tram routes are more pleasant for short hops. Most bus and tram stops display the route and direction of travel, and the front of each metro train shows the station at the end of the line. For all public transport enquiries (T02 4860 7607, Watm-mi.it) the information offices at the Duomo or Stazione Centrale metro stations are helpful, and have INFORMATION TOURS MILAN Metro The metro is made up of five lines, the red MM1, green MM2, yellow MM3, lilac MM5 and blue passante ferroviario; the main intersections are Stazione Centrale, Duomo, Cadorna (Milano Nord) and Loreto (see map, p.82). Buses, trams and the metro run from around 6am to midnight, after which nightbuses take over, following the metro routes until 1am, with some also operating throughout the night. Tickets Valid for 90 minutes, tickets cost 1.50 and can be used for one metro trip and as many bus and tram rides as you want. Stations have automatic ticket machines, and tickets are also on sale at tobacconists, bars and at the metro station newsagents; most outlets close at 8pm, so it’s best to buy a few tickets in advance if you intend to use public transport after this time, or get a carnet of ten for 13. Map of Blue Ash 2016.
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