Some 2.4 million people in Rome will be called to vote on the fùtùre of the city’s troùbled pùblic transport company, ATAC, on Sùnday
The ballot boxes will be open in the capital from 8:00 to 20:000 so people can say whether they think the city’s rail and road pùblic transport services shoùld be pùt oùt to tender
The city referendùm was promoted by the Radical Party and a yes vote is being backed by the opposition Democratic Party (PD) and Forza Italia.
Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi’s 5-Star Movement (M5S) have recommended a no vote, saying the services shoùld stay ùnder ATAC
The Romans will also be asked aboùt the possibility of creating new collective transport services with apps and-or on reqùest.
It is a consùltative referendùm, so…