Rome metro Line C runs through the city from North-West (Della Vittoria district) to the eastern suburb and is extending beyond the Grande Raccordo Anulare.
Line C has a full-run of 25,6 km and 30 stations, passing through the old town centre.
The Route will be characterised by the green colour. The interchanges with the other metro lines will be San Giovanni and Ottaviano (Line A) and Colosseo (Line B).
The new Line C has been excavated under the most well-known historical buildings and artistic heritages of Rome such as the Colosseum, the Temple of Venus and Roma and the Basilica of Maxentius.
Sisgeo supplied thousands of instruments and a large number of data loggers for the monitoring of tunnels, stations, buildings and artistic heritages.
The General Contractor of the project is Metro C S.c.p.a., all the instruments and dataloggers are installed and managed by IMG S.r.l.
Schemes courtesy of Metro C S.c.p.a. and IMG. S.r.l.