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Public Transit Travel
A standard public transit ticket costs €1.50 and is valid for a 90-minute trip on a subway, bus, or tram. An all-inclusive subway, bus, and tram pass costs €4.50 for 24 hours or €8.25 for 48 hours. Individual tickets and passes can be purchased from news vendors and tobacconists, and at ticket counters and ticket machines at larger stops. Another option is a carnet (€13.80), good for 10 tram or subway rides. Once you have your ticket or pass, either stamp it or insert it into the slots in station turnstiles or on poles inside trolleys and buses. (The electronic tickets won't function if bent or demagnetized. If you have a problem, contact a station manager, who can usually issue a new ticket.) Trains run from 6 am to 12:30 am.
ATM. For more information, check the ATM website or visit information offices at the Duomo, Stazione Cadorna, Stazione Centrale, Garibaldi, and Loreto stops. www.atm-mi.it/en.
Radiobus. From 8 pm to 2 am, Radiobus will pick you up and drop you off anywhere in Milan for a €2 supplement to a transit pass. Advance booking is required. 02/48034803. www.atm-mi.it/en.
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