1953 – Tram station in Piazza
The big push to the reconstruction that characterized the years immediately after the war and the desire to restore the country’s infrastructure destroyed gave new impetus to urban transport.
In 1945, the City Council established a new society for the management of services, the ATAF, which is dedicated to the restoration and reconstruction of the facilities.
April 1, 1951 will be inaugurated the trolleybus line “L” from the station to Via Carlo del Prete (industrial area) 1952 – Trolleybus Viberti on new Bolognese 1953 – Piazzale Michelangelo buses Alfa Romeo bodywork Garavini 1958 – Trolleybus in Piazza San Marco to Fiesole
From 1950 to 1954 it provides to improve and extend the urban network and start the gradual modernization of vehicles beginning the gradual replacement of rail vehicles to those of rubber.
Public transport: October 1, 1957 1983 – Bipiano Aerfer line 9 for Islet
In 1983, the operating length of the network is of 723 km out of which 276 urban and suburban 447, the overall lines are 61 and the number of employees 524 vehicles.
1983 – Square Station, Breda bus 31 direct line in Grassina
In 1985 it was planned to build two metro lines of surface along two main lines totaling 25 km: Bagno a Ripoli – Sesto Fiorentino and Scandicci – Careggi. We are still waiting to be completed.