Cornelia (Rome Metro)

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Cornelia
Cornelia Metro Station internal escalator.jpg
Station statistics
Coordinates 41°54′08″N 12°25′31″E / 41.90222°N 12.42528°E / 41.90222; 12.42528Coordinates: 41°54′08″N 12°25′31″E / 41.90222°N 12.42528°E / 41.90222; 12.42528
Structure type Underground
Other information
Opened 2000
Owned by Atac di Roma
Services
Preceding station   Rome Metro   Following station
Terminus
Line A
toward Anagnina

Cornelia is an underground station on Line A of the Rome Metro. It can be found at the junction of via di Boccea and the Cornelia ring road - from which it takes its name. The station was inaugurated on 1 January 2000.

Services[edit]

This station has:

  • Access Access for the disabled
  • Escalators Escalators
  • Buses Bus terminus

Escalators[edit]

Cornelia is known for its sets of escalators on three levels which are used to enter and exit the station one of which is a rarely seen 'narrow style' which runs alongside two average sized escalators. There is another of its type at Spagna station on line A.

Located Nearby[edit]

  • Via Boccea
  • Forte Boccea
  • Piazza San Giovanni Battista de la Salle

External links[edit]

Media related to Metropolitana di Roma linea A - Cornelia at Wikimedia Commons