Linea 1
Station to open by end 2008. Underground level station.
An intermediate level will be created to contain a small museum (see news - in Italian - from Il Mattino).

Linea 3
Station to build.

Linea 4
Station to build.

Linea 6
Station to be built, to open by end 2009. Underground level station.

A tunnel connecting the two stations is planned.


January 9, 2004: The ancient harbour of Neapolis (2nd century after Christ) has been re-descovered thanks to works for station Municipio of Linea 1. Among many other things, archaeologists have found a 13-metre long boat, vases coming from Middle East, amphoras filled with oil, wine and perfumes. The Museum of History of the City should be placed in the station Municipio.
Article (in Italian) from La Repubblica on line, and an article (in Italian) from Il Mattino.

January 16, 2004: more and more archaeological discoveries are being made during excavations for stations Municipio and Duomo (Linea 1): Naples vice-Mayor Rocco Papa announces that protected paths are being considered to allow public visits to working areas (see news 1 and news 2 - in Italian - Il Mattino).

April 21, 2004: portuguese architect Alvaro Siza officially presents to Comune di Napoli his project for a new design of Piazza Municipio: his proposal also contains design of stations of Linea 1 and Linea 6 (see news - in Italian - from Il Mattino).

photo copyrights belong to La Repubblica, ANSA
and Associated Press

Image made available by Medivia showing Linea 1 works at Piazza Municipio

Local traffic and metro working area: click here (copyright belongs to Progetto Atena).

Places of interest

Piazza Municipio (from Napoli Porte Aperte)

Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino) (from Napoli Porte Aperte)

Port (from Napoli Porte Aperte) (ships and hydrofoils to Ischia, Capri and Sorrento)

Hotel San Marco

For details about trains and control devices of Linea 1 click Ansaldo Breda.

For more details click Linea 6 official site
For details on Linea 6 trains and control devices click Ansaldo Breda.

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Linea 3

Linea 4

Linea 5

Linea 6

Linea 7

Linea 8

Linea 9

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