Rome’s underground LINE C | Torre Maura station
Municipality of ROME
CATEGORY | Infrastructure
SERVICES PROVIDED | Detailed design of the structures and the geotechnics
LOCATION | Rome, Italy
PROJECT DURATION | 2012
PROJECT VALUE | € 2.167.567,48
Line C is a Rome Metro line which runs from Monte Compatri-Pantano in the eastern suburbs of Rome, in Italy, to San Giovanni near the city centre, where it meets Line A. It is the third metro line to be built in the city and the first to be fully automated.
The first section, between Monte Compatri-Pantano and Parco di Centocelle, opened on 9 November 2014. The second, from Parco di Centocelle to Lodi, opened on 29 June 2015. The third, from Lodi to San Giovanni, opened on 12 May 2018. The line reuses parts of the old Rome-Pantano railway, a light railway that is the last remaining part of the Rome-Fiuggi railway.
Hopper Engineering and Consultancy was in charge of the structural design of Torre Maura station in collaboration with Coding srl.