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Public transport in Milan: how to subscribe 

Are you ready to get on board? What you need to know first

Passes allow you to travel throughout the ATM transport network without limit to the number of journeys. They are loaded onto an electronic card which is valid for 4 years, costs € 10 upon issue and can be requested online. Passes can be purchased through the ATM official app or in your personal area.

How to apply online for your ATM card and collect it from a self-service printing machine

  1. Register on Reserved area and select “Request a new card”. Keep your ID and your Codice Fiscale close at hand
  2. Choose your first subscription to be charged on the card (you can also buy an empty card and buy a subscription later)
  3. Collect your new card from Tessy, the self-service printing machines located in these metro stations. You only need to enter the code we send you by email

The travel card can be recharged online by paying with a credit card, PayPal or Satispay. You can also buy just an empty card or decide to charge a subscription for immediate use.

Would you prefer to receive your new card at home?

You can choose the delivery during the online request. We will deliver the news card within 10 working days to an address in Milan, Monza and the provinces. Please remember: make the request by the 20th of the month if you already want to load the subscription for the following month.
Shipping costs amount to € 5.

Other ways to request an ATM card

  • ATM Points. Book your appointment via ATM official app

  • all authorized resellers (bars, newsstands, etc.)

How to load and renew a travel pass

Once issued, your electronic card can be loaded with one of the travel passes available on our app (for both iOs and Android). Sing up and register your card. Alternatively, you can manage all passes in your personal area on atm.it or even buy a travel pass from the ticket vending machines located in all metro stations or at the authorized resellers.

Traveling within the urban area of Milan (Mi1 zone)

To travel within the urban area of Milan (Mi1 zone) you can choose from these 4 options:

  • monthly pass for under 27: € 22
  • annual pass for under 27: € 200
  • ordinary monthly pass: € 39
  • ordinary annual pass: € 330

These travel passes are valid for the ATM transport network, suburban public transport lines and Trenord rail lines operating within the Integrated Fare System (STIBM) area (download the network map here).

Metro stations within the urban fare limits: Molino Dorino and Sesto Marelli on line M1, Cascina Gobba and Famagosta on line M2.

Travel between Milan and its suburbs

In order to reach the suburban areas from Milan city centre, a suburban pass must be purchased depending on the number of zones travelled (from Mi1 up to Mi9 zones).
Go to https://nuovosistematariffario.atm.it/en/ and select Zones and fares tables from the menu to see all the travel passes available (annual or monthly passes for young people under 26; weekly, monthly or annual ordinary passes).

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