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Student Travel Card 

Are you a student who uses public transport to travel to school or university? ATM offers you three types of travel cards to choose from depending on your travel needs inside Milan and/or in the greater Milan area: urban, extraurban and cumulative

Icona abbonamenti on lineBuy on line your Electronic Card with the annual or monthly Travel Card (in italian)

Our offers are aimed at:
  • day students* aged up to 26 with a maximum income reevaluated annually and set at 8.481,84 € for the 2016-2017
  • night students without restrictions on age or income

*Day students are defined as students registered at elementary, middle or secondary schools, public or private, which are authorized by the Italian Education Ministry, students of professional training courses authorized by the Lombardy Region, the Province or City of Milan, and University students. Final year students not registered for the new academic year may renew their season ticket only upon presentation of their university records and a declaration by the University that the student is registered for final examinations. All courses must last for at least one year and take place daily.

We remind you that students aged between 6 and 10, when accompanied by an adult in possession of a valid ticket (either a ticket or travel card), travel free if they have ID as proof of age. In the absence of proof of age children must pay for their ticket. Each adult may accompany up to two children aged between 6 and 10 free of charge. The facilitation is valid on the whole urban network on the surface, also for the extraurban routes in Milan, and in the whole underground network.

To purchase the travel card of your choice you need to request an electronic card that costs 10 € and is valid for 4 years.

For more information about electronic cards and types of travel cards please select one of the items from the menu below:

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