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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

Italian high speed lines

Development of the italian railway


Modal balance
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
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
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



Milan turin
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)






Milan bologna
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






Bologna florence
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






Rome florence
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





Rome naples
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







Way of financing
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
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)






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)



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