Metrocampania Nordest

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This is the Rainbow Line, Naples-Giugliano-Aversa.

The things you need to know

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MetroCampania NordEst timetables

Summer opening hours (1 September – 31 July; in 2022: 8 – 21 August)

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Winter Times (Rest of the Year)

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How Contactless tickets work and why you need to pay attention to TapIn and TapOut

Unlike many other European metropolises, in Naples the differentiation of routes and companies has complicated the creation of contactless payment via credit and debit cards, as the cost of the trip varies according to the distance traveled (divided into bands). To overcome this problem, TAPin and TAPout have been introduced, i.e. the payment card must be swiped at the reader both at the entrance both at the exit, often the exit one is usually present near the turnstiles before leaving. The system will thus automatically calculate the appropriate figure based on the exit band, while in case of missed TAPout will charge the highest amount for the entire route.

The history of the North-East Metrocampania line

La Naples-Giugliano-Aversa line (also called Rainbow Line for the colors of its stations) belongs to the society MetroCampania NordEst. It is to all intents and purposes a recently built metro line created with the aim of connect the northern area of ​​Naples with the Aversa and Caserta areas and to strengthen the north-eastern network of the regional metropolitan network of Campania. The MetroCampania NordEst company is managed by the Ente Autonomo Volturno Srl (EAV).

This metro, which connects Piscinola to Aversa via Mugnano and Giugliano, was inaugurated in 2005 (Piscinola-Mugnano section) and completed in 2009 (Mugnano-Aversa Centro section).

The line currently includes 5 stops and Melito station is nearing completion. In the future this line will also include other stations in the Caserta area, also arriving in Teverola and Santa Maria Capua Vetere.

The stops

Ticket tables

DepartureArrivalTicket Type
AversaGiuglianoCorporate 1
AversaMugnanoCorporate 1

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