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Concertone May Day, expected 200 thousand in Piazza San Giovanni. Traffic and public transport planner: map

A security area guarded by regime forces in the vicinity of the platform, closed roads, buses that changed their routes and the subway is active until 1:30 at night, but with the possibility of a temporary stop on the platform. Saint John. An extraordinary traffic and transport plan is made for tomorrow, on the occasion of the traditional “Concertone” on May 1, which will begin at 3 p.m. and end around midnight.

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The event, organized by the CNT on the occasion of May Day, will be presented by Ambra Angiolini with Fabrizio Biggio. And as usual, tens of thousands of people will take to the streets, also from other Italian regions: last year, according to the organizers, the attendance was almost 200,000 throughout the day. The goal this year is to surpass that number, thanks also to the end of Covid prevention measures and the recovery of tourism (and arrivals in general) in the Eternal City. Since yesterday, there have been many people (especially young people) around the stage set up in Piazza San Giovanni, where the rehearsals of the show were taking place, to catch a glimpse of some big names or even just to take a selfie. But tomorrow, the unknown weather factor remains strong, which could make life difficult for Concertone viewers.

The traffic plan will start tomorrow morning: a safe area will be defined between the piazzale Appio and viale Carlo Felice (between Piazza di Porta San Giovanni and via Conte Rosso), via Conte Rosso, via Ludovico di Savoia (between via Emanuele Filiberto and via Conte Rosso), via Domenico Fontana , Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano (the sector between Scala Santa and the Obelisk), Piazza di Porta San Giovanni and Piazza Appio. Access to the security area will be through five gates, which will be manned by the police: Piazza di Porta San Giovanni, near the Sanctuary of the Scala Santa (theatre side); Via Emanuele Filiberto, near Ludovico di Savoia; Viale Carlo Felice, near Conte Rosso; piazza di Porta San Giovanni, at the height of the arches of the piazzale Appio; Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano, near the Sanctuary of Scala Santa (via Domenico Fontana side), for the faithful who want to go to Scala Santa.

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From 8 a.m., crossings will be prohibited in Piazza di Porta San Giovanni and Piazza di San Giovanni in Laterano (between the obelisk and the Papal Sanctuary of Scala Santa), via Emanuele Filiberto (between Via Ludovico di Savoia and Piazza di Porta San Giovanni), via Carlo Felice (tract between Conte Rosso and Piazza di Porta San Giovanni), via Ludovico di Savoia (the tract between Conte Rosso and via Emanuele Filiberto) and via Umberto Biancamano (the tract between Via Conte Rosso and via Emanuele Filiberto). Furthermore, if necessary, the local police will also be able to close via La Spezia, via Taranto, via Appia Nuova (between piazzale Appio and piazza Re di Roma), via Magna Grecia (between piazzale Appio and Largo Magna Grecia) and Largo toast. By midnight today, any vehicles parked in Piazza di Porta San Giovanni, Via Emanuele Filiberto, Viale Carlo Felice, Via Umberto Biancamano, Via Ludovico di Savoia, Via Domenico Fontana, Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano and Via Sannio must be removed for approximately 50 meters from Piazzale Appio. An exceptional plan also for public transport: in the early hours of the morning, lines 3Nav, 16, 51, 81, 85, 87, 218, 360, 590, 665 and 792 will be diverted at the end of the ceremony. From Loves to area cleaning, complete it by 5am the next morning. The nMA, n3d, n3s and nMC night lines will also convert. Subway A, B, B1 and C service will be extended until 1.30 at night. However, for safety reasons, San Giovanni and Manzoni stations can close as early as 3 p.m. If necessary, you can use the Re di Roma station on line A and the stop in piazza Lodi of the C metro.