17 October 2022

Our Strategic position is an advantage:

The first train of the “blue” is ready to leave. For the opening of the Linate-Dateo section of underground line 4.

The stops that will initially be acrivated are : Linate, Forlanini district, Forlanini Fs, Argonne, Susa and Dateo.

The , the Tricolore and San Babila stations will also come into operation, connecting the city center to the airport in 14 mi minutes. Finally, in 2024 , the completion of the western section between San Babila-San Cristoforo.

The frequency at peak times of the <<blue>> will be 90 seconds. With the fourh line fully operational, Milan will count on 118 kilometers of lines and 136 stations and will thus become the sixth largest underground network in Europe.

Atlantic Business Center is therefore also easily accessible from the M4, a grat advantage for companies based in our offices and warehouses, as well as for those who use our 130 parking spaces.

The M4 line is a line under construction of the Milan underground which provides for the connection of the city from the east, with the terminus Linate Airport (on the border between Segrate, Peschiera Borromeo and Milan), to the south-west, with the terminus San Cristoforo (in the municipality of Milan).

The M4 line is also called the blue line: with this color the line will be identified in the maps and blue will be the main color used in the furnishing of stations and trains.

It will cross line 1 at San Babila station and line 2 at Sant’Ambrogio station. On 7 September 2016, following a petition from citizens, the Municipality of Milan announces that a pedestrian underpass will be built to connect the Sforza-Policlinico station of line 4 with line 3, at the Missori station, but its implementation is not safe and various hypotheses are being considered. It will also cross some lines of the suburban network in the stations of San Cristoforo, Dateo and Forlanini.

The opening will take place in stages between the autumn of 2022 and 2024, with the exception of some stations and the connection with line 2 in Sant’Ambrogio