Italy train station map

Italy train system map. Italy train station map (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Italy train station map (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. Italy train stations are currently owned and managed by RFI (the infrastructure manager), Grandi Stazioni and Centostazioni as its shown in Italy train station map. RFI manages the strictly rail-related elements of all stations. Grandi Stazioni and Centostazioni are in charge of maintaining and redeveloping the station buildings as well as renting and managing retail areas in stations. All the major Italian stations offer travelers Welcome and Assistance Offices operated by specially trained personnel. Travelers can also make use of self-service baggage carts, comfortable waiting rooms, luggage storage offices, cash machines (ATMs), foreign exchange bureaux, tobacco shops, car rental offices, taxi services, and tourist information offices. ItaliaPass members also have access to the exclusive VIP lounge at Rome Termini station.

Italy train system map

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Grandi Stazioni SA is owned by FS Holding (60%) and EuroStazioni (40%), the latter being a European company (Pirelli, Edizione, Vianini Lavori and SNCF). Grandi Stazioni SA manages 13 major railway stations in Italy as its mentioned in Italy train station map. Grandi Stazioni obligations are set out in 40-year concession contracts with RFI that were signed in 2000 (after the first renovation of Rome Termini). These contracts include obligations for Grandi Stazioni to renovate the stations it manages (Grandi Stazioni pays 40% of rental income back to RFI every year).
Roma Termini was the train station with the highest annual number of passengers as of 2019, reaching 150 million as you can see in Italy train station map. The Grandi Stazioni project was developed in view of transforming and renovating the major Italian stations (classified according to the aforementioned criteria): Turin Porta Nuova (TOPN), Milan Centrale (MIC), Genoa Brignole (GEB), Genoa Porta Principe (GEPP), Venice S. Lucia (VESL), Venice Mestre (VEM), Verona Porta Nuova (VRPN), Bologna Centrale (BOC), Florence S. Maria Novella (FISMN), Rome Termini (RMT), Naples Centrale (NAC), Bari Centrale (BAC) and Palermo Centrale (PAC). The deciding factor in this selection was the exceptional commercial potential of these stations.