AMT Genova is the company that holds the concession for public transport in Genoa, managing the following services: 1 metro line, 140 bus lines, 3 funiculars and 2 railways.
The Genoa Metro connects the center of the city with the Certosa district, north-west of the city center. The line is about 7 kilometers long and includes 8 stations.
AMT also offers 140 bus lines that connect over 1000 kilometers of the Genoese transport network. Volabus is the shuttle bus which makes the connection between the Cristoforo Colombo Airport and the city center. Navebus is another special route, which connects the Pegli district, to the west of Genoa, with the Old Port in the city center.
The Genoa Metro provides services from 6.30 am to 11.00 pm. The trains arrive every 5 minutes during peak hours and about 7 minutes during off-peak hours.
Some ATM bus lines operate non-stop. The Volabus shuttle runs from 5.00 am in the morning to 12.20 am at night.
On the public transport network of Genoa, the tickets for Metro and buses are the same. A single ticket, valid for 100 minutes, costs 1.5€. A book of 10 tickets costs 15€. A 24-Hour Pass (Genovapass), valid for 1 day, is 4.5€. A ticket for the Volabus, the shuttle bus which makes the connection to the airport, costs 6€.