Line B (Rome Metro) - Extensions

Extensions

After the recently opened B1 line, which is being extended beyond Conca d'Oro to Piazzale Jonio (and then to Bufalotta), another future extension has been planned beyond Rebibbia with 2 stations: San Basilio and Torraccia/Casal Monastero.

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