Romes limited traffic zones will be completely pedestrianised between 21.00-06.00 on Sat 9 September during the capitals third Notte Bianca, which sees the citys museums, art galleries and shops stay open throughout the night. Buses and trams that would normally pass through the zones will be diverted or suspended. City authorities are meanwhile laying on unlimited metro, bus, tram and local railway access for the price of a 1 BIT (biglietto integrato a tempo) ticket that will be valid 22.00-06.00 instead of just for the usual 75 minutes. Transport will be available throughout the night, with the two metro lines and the Roma-Lido and Roma-Pantano train lines working non-stop. The Rome-Viterbo train line will stop at 22.40. The replacement night buses MA1 and MA2 will not be in service due to the extended running of the Metro A line. Bus services are also being increased to meet demand. For full information on transport throughout the night, see