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The massive suburban sprawl that followed the post-war boom of the 1950s–60s and the growth of a vast commuter belt, suggest that socio-economic linkages have expanded well beyond the boundaries of its administrative limits and its agglomeration, creating a polycentric metropolitan area of 7-10 million people, stretching over the former provinces of Milan, Bergamo, Como, Lecco, Lodi, Monza and Brianza, Pavia, Varese, Novara.
The Milan Metro is the rapid transit system serving Milan, Italy, operated by Azienda Trasporti Milanesi. Milan metro is the longest metro system in Italy. The network consists of 4 lines, identified by different numbers and colors, with a total network length of 94.5 kilometres (58.7 mi), and a total of 103 stations, mostly underground. It has a daily ridership of 1.15 million.
A single 75 minute ticket costs just One (1) Euro (1.25 US$) There are Urban & Extra-urban Travel Cards which can be purchased and recharged at ATM points and other authorized outlets such as Bars, Newsstands etc. One Day Tickets cost 4.50 Euro's (5.25 US$) and which are valid for 24 Hours after time-stamping, Two Day Tickets cost 8.25 Euro's (9.50 US$) and which are valid for 48 hours after time-stamping. Prices can be changed without notice.
The Milan Metro website is: www.atm-mi.it The International Telephone dialling code for Italy is: 39 followed by 2 (in most cases) for Milan.