When traveling with a Roma Pass or other RFID (radio frequency identification) card, hold the card next to the yellow sensor on the bus, tram, or Metr turnstile until the green light flashes. Both allow unlimited travel on Metro trains, city buses, trams, and a handful of commuter trains.Each pass also allows free or reduced entry to selected museums and archaeological sites, with a priority "skip the line" turnstile at the Colosseum.The different types of ticket look identical on the front, but the data stored in the magnetic stripe and printed on the back side of the ticket is different.Here's what the back of a single-journey BIT ticket looks like after validation: Another option is the, a transportation and museum card for tourists.
Touch-screen machines are now available in many ACTV locations, either to replace manned booths or to provide backup at busy times or after hours.
(See below.) It works a little differently than the Metrebus tickets, but you can use it on the Metro, ATAC buses, trams, and specified commuter-train lines.
When traveling with a 1-, 3-, or 7-day tourist ticket on a bus, tram, or commuter train, stamp it only once (the first time you use it) but keep it with you in case an inspector demands to see it.
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