Thanks to the new pedestrianization project, via dei Fori Imperiali will become the most stunningly beautiful boulevard in the world. Here is where it all started, and, here, today’s Rome is reborn. The heart of the city will once more be animated by the hustle and bustle of Rome’s citizenry. Heritage of universal significance, in terms of historical interest and artistic beauty, conferred once more upon humanity as a whole. The first step toward creation of the largest archaeological park in the world – for future discoveries regarding the past of the Eternal City.
The city may rightly take great pride in its pedestrianization project for the Imperial Fora (or Fori Imperiali). Rome is delighted to place herself at the service of humanity – worldwide – in this manner. The project came about and has developed thanks to the participation of the men and women of Rome, as a measure which shall enhance quality of life and kindle a new-found love of the city. Thanks to this project, tourists from all continents will have access to the theatre of some of most significant events ever recorded in mankind’s history. Visitors will walk where Julius and Augustus Caesar walked, in the shadows of the Campidoglio hill and magnificent Colosseum. In this location of truly stunning beauty, once more we witness history in the making.
The first step toward full pedestrianization of the Imperial Fora consists in preventing private traffic access to the street between largo Corrado Ricci and piazza del Colosseo. Here, as from 3 August 2013 a 30 km/h speed limit will be enforced, and access will be limited to bicycles, means of public transport, taxis, and car hire vehicles with chauffeur. Follow the link to learn more about the project and see the new road maps: http://www.foripedonali.it/en/the-new-traffic-system/
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