Sounds familiar? Well, no, it shouldn't. The "Campo della Zirada" never ended up being called that. It was the local proposal for the place's name, but higher-up levels of fascist government overruled the local proposal, and so it is, to this day, known as Piazzale Roma.
More of you will know that Venice is getting a fourth bridge over the Grand Canal, designed by Santiago Calatrava. It will connect the railway station with
This past weekend's news there was that the Calatrava bridge now has a name, the Ponte della Zirada. The Mayor added a proposal to change Piazzale Roma's name to that originally proposed for the campo. If it happens, it will be very Venetian, and very confusing.
(Thanks to geesepalace for the news.)