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How to get to Lampugnano

Access to the bus station from Via Natta, for all vehicles, is intended to be limited and is through a Limited Traffic Area (ZTL) that Milan City Council monitors via CCTV camera. Therefore, access to the terminal by car is normally prohibited.
With public transport

The bus station is next to the Lampugnano metro station on line M1 (red).

The 68 is the only city bus that passes through Lampugnano station. There are two ways to reach Lampugnano by metro from Milano Centrale railway station.

Taxi or Car

There is a TAXI area inside the bus station.

There is a multi-storey car park near Lampugnano station with about 1800 spaces managed by Milan’s ATM public transport company. Please remember that cars are not allowed to enter the bus station.

  • At the bus stop

    The bus station is equipped with digital timetables, electronic display boards and monitors for displaying route times, the arrival or departure bay and the name of the bus company with intermediate stops and terminuses. The bus station is also equipped with free Wi-Fi.

  • Services and Infrastructures

    Lampugnano station is monitored by CCTV camera and has disabled access. The 20 bus arrival and departure bays are mostly covered to allow passengers to pick up their bags in comfort regardless of the weather. The ticket office area measures 260 square metres and also includes a waiting room and bar. The bus station is also equipped with free Wi-Fi.