Trundle, trundle, trundle....
The 116, making its way through the backstreets towards the Borghese gardens
Route map for buses 116, 116T, 117 and 119
Thing can change quite quickly - and at almost any time - so don't take this copy
of the map as anything more than a guide, please!
Instead, be sure of having the most recent version by downloading the printable
Check the publication date, in the lower right-hand corner - and you should see
Febbraio (February) 2014.... whereas this one is much older!
(See note at top of page!) Trastevere's little 125
The "other" route - missing from the main map
Services: about four per hour, more frequent during the early evenings.
Pictured at the route's "Mura Portuensi" terminus, whilst the driver had his break!
On board the 125...
That square yellow box is a ticket-vending machine - from May 25th 2012, €1.50 in coins!
The other is for validating your ticket, which will be good for up to 100 minutes travel.
Route map round Trastevere - for ATAC's 125 bus
One of the several routes round the backstreets of central Rome,
operated using ATAC's fleet of tiny electric buses.
On this map the 125's terminus (Capolinea in Italian) at
'Mura Portuensi' is marked by the red letter "C"
For one that shows the routes of the others,
... you'll find lots of alternatives for getting around by road:
- the many buses and trams of the city's public transport authority, ATAC
- open-top buses (mostly double-deckers, offering great views from the upper
floor) with which you can hop off to visit individual sites, and then hop back
onto the next, to continue the circuit... for example this pair, operated by
- 'sit back and relax' sight-seeing tours by air-conditioned coach....
116T - Evening route, eastwards
Going away from the Via Giulia and Campo area, and towards the Borghese.
116T - evening service, westwards
From near the Borghese, back towards the Campo dei Fiori etc!