Cascina Gobba (Milan Metro)

Cascina Gobba is a station on Line 2 of the Milan Metro. The station is located on Via Padova at the west side of the A51 Milan bypass road. This is beside the major highway interchange known as Cascina Gobba, which is the main vehicular transportation hub of northeast Milan, Italy. This is the last station in the urban fare zone, and the metro line diverges here to terminate at either Cologno Nord or Gessate.

Logo Metropolitane Italia.svg Cascina Gobba
Cascina Gobba.jpg
Coordinates45°30′40″N 9°15′38″E / 45.51111°N 9.26056°E / 45.51111; 9.26056Coordinates: 45°30′40″N 9°15′38″E / 45.51111°N 9.26056°E / 45.51111; 9.26056
Owned byAzienda Trasporti Milanesi
Platforms2 side platforms
1 island platform
ConnectionsATM buses
Structure typeElevated
ParkingMulti-storey car park
with 1600 spaces
Disabled accessYes
Opened5 May 1968 (1968-05-05) as tramway stop
27 September 1969 (1969-09-27) as metro station
Preceding station   Milan Metro   Following station
towards Assago or Abbiategrasso
Line 2
towards Cologno Nord
towards Gessate

The station takes its name from Cascina Gobba, a nearby rural village.

MeLA, a fully automated people mover opened in 1999, connects the station to the San Raffaele Hospital.


The station was inaugurated in 1968 with the opening of the Linee celeri dell'Adda, served by interurban fast tram to Vaprio and Cassano d'Adda. The following year the station started to be part of the newly built Line 2 of Milan Metro as an east terminus of the line. Tram service was replaced with rapid transit in 1972.

The station became a junction in 1981 with the opening of the Cologno Monzese branch. Since 1999, the station is also the terminus of the MeLA people mover to San Raffaele Hospital.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Cascina Gobba station at Wikimedia Commons