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Italian high speed lines. Development of the italian railway. Modal balance. 92,7% of passengers and 65% of freight are carried by road Only 5,44% of passengers and 10,74 of freight are carried by train Data taken by National Transport Survey 1999.

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Italian high speed lines

Development of the italian railway


Modal balance

  • 92,7% of passengers and 65% of freight are carried by road

  • Only 5,44% of passengers and 10,74 of freight are carried by train

    Data taken by National Transport Survey 1999


Most of the traffic is concentrated in few lines

  • Turin-Venice and Milan-Naples account about 10% of rail network

  • Carry more than 40% of all passengers

  • Carry almost 30% of freights

    Sources FS spa


Relation about the project

  • As stressed at the Eurailspeed 2002 (Madrid 23 -25 october) by Mauro Moretti, chairman of RFI, the lines involved in the project are the Turin – Milan - Naples and the so called ”rest of the system”

  • On the new lines there will be both passenger and freight trains as in Germany

  • The line will improve both the speed and the number of trains: that´s why it is called also high speed/high capacity


The project


Milan - Turin

  • Length: 125 km (first part of corridor 5 Lisbona - Kiev)

  • Time: 50 min (105)

  • Max speed: 300km/h

  • Cost: 6878 mil euro

  • Workers: 2850

  • Progress: 19%

  • Turin – Novara ready by 2006

  • Novara – Milan ready by 2008

    (data updated at January 31)


Map


Number of trains


Start working


Impact


Milan - Bologna

  • Length: 182 Km

  • Time: 60 min (102)

  • Max speed: 300 km/h (240 km/h in Modena)

  • Cost: 6159 mil euro

  • Workers: 3150/4500

  • Progress 22%

  • Ready by 2007


Map


Number of trains


Working on the Po Bridge


Impact


Bologna - Florence

  • Length: 78 km (73 km in tunnels)

  • Time: 30 min (52)

  • Max speed: 300 km/h (100 km/h in the suburban area of Florence)

  • Cost: 4700 mil euro

  • Workers: 2450

  • Progress: 64%

  • Ready by 2007


Number of trains


Map


Working on tunnel


Impact


Rome - Florence

  • It came into service in 1991 (first part in 1978)

  • Length: 254 km

  • Max speed allowed now: 250 km/h

  • Upgrading to the standards of the new high-speed lines

  • Time: 80 min (96)

  • Cost: 300 mil euro


Number of trains


Map


Florence station


Rome - Naples

  • Length: 205 km

  • Time: 65 min (105)

  • Max speed: 300 km/h

  • Cost: 4984 mil euro

  • Workers: 648

  • 180 km of the new line are ready

  • Tests on the ERTMS system will start on April in the first 100 km

  • Progress: 87%

  • It will come into service in 2004


Number of trains


Map


Photo


Impact


Cost of a trip between Torin and Naples


Way of financing

  • Total cost: 28.750 million Euro

  • 60% of the total cost is given by the government and the EU (Rm–Na, Bo–Fi)

  • 40% of the cost is risen from the capital market (debt with pubblic guarantee,

    for instance 2369 ml from BEI, 1033 ml from Merrill Lynch Bank)


Other lines in project

  • Milan – Venice (pending approval) completely ready by 2011?

  • Milan – Genoa (pending approval)

    first part ready by 2010?

  • Venice – Trieste - Lubiana (in project)

  • Turin – Lion (in project)

  • Naples – Palermo (in project)


Number of trains


Number of trains


Speed and time


Time saved


Time

  • Milan – Rome 2h 50 m (4h10m)

  • Milan – Naples 3h 55 m (5h55m)

  • Milan – Florence 1h 30 m (2h34m)

  • Rome – Bologna 1h 50 m (2h28m)

  • Florence – Naples 2h 25 m (3h21m)

  • Turin – Rome 3h 40 m (5h55m)

  • Turin – Naples 4h 55 m (7h40m)


Waiting for 2007


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