Subway Rome, line A: information about routs and trains.
Trains of the line A run every 8 minutes:
Monday-thursday, sunday included: first ride and last ride from each terminus: 5:30 – 23:30
Friday and saturday: first ride and last ride from each terminus: 5:30 – 01:30
Trains stop at:
BALDO DEGLI UBALDI
REPUBBLICA TERMINI(line B)
RE DI ROMA
ARCO DI TRAVERTINO
Subway Rome, line B: information about routes and trains.
Trains of the line B run every 8 minutes; trains departing from terminus Laurentina have two different destinations, Rebibbia (line B) or Conca D’Oro (line B1). The route is the same till stop BOLOGNA, than it changes.
From Laurentina to Conca D’Oro: 5:32 (no-working days: 5:33 )
From Laurentina to Rebibbia: 5:30
From Rebibbia: 5:30 (saturday and no-working days: 5:35)
From Laurentina to Conca D’Oro: 23:26 (friday, saturday and no-working days: 23:27)
From Laurentina to Rebibbia: 23:30 (friday, saturday and no-working days 1:30)
From Rebibbia: 23:30 (friday and saturday: 1:30 )
Trains stop at:
LAURENTINA EUR FERMI EUR PALASPORT MAGLIANA SAN PAOLO GARBATELLA PIRAMIDE CIRCO MASSIMO COLOSSEO CAVOUR TERMINI (line A) CASTRO PRETORIO POLICLINICO BOLOGNA (line B1) TIBURTINA QUINTILIANI MONTI TIBURTINI PIETRALATA SANTA MARIA DEL SOCCORSO PONTE MAMMOLO REBIBBIA
Roma Trastevere is the fourth railway station of the capital for passenger flow, after Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense. It is situated in Piazza Flavio Biondo in the south of Trastevere.
Inside the station there are several services including ticket office, bar, and newsstand.
Roma Trastevere railway station is situated at the junction of the line Roma – Fiumicino Airport and Roma – Pisa.
Roma Trastevere railway station is served by:
regional railway line FL1 -> 4 trains per hour to Fiumicino Airport and Fara in Sabina, 2 of them prolonged to Poggio Mirteto and 1 to Orte;
regional railway line FL3 -> 4 trains per hour to Roma Ostiense and Cesano, 2 of them prolonged to Bracciano and 1 to Viterbo.;
regional railway line FR5 -> 4 trains per hour to Roma Termini e Civitavecchia, 2 of them prolonged to Montalto di Castro-Grosseto and 1 to Pisa.
bus ATAC lines (night and day).
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It is possible to calculate the route of each line here.
Alibus is the direct line of the A.N.M. S.p.a (Azienda Napoletana Mobilità) which maintains continuous connection between the city of Naples and Naples Capodichino Airport.Alibus connects Naples International Airport daily with the Piazza Garibaldi Railway Station and the Municipio (Molo Beverello) Maritime Station.
Just stop at: Airport, Garibaldi Square (in front of Hotel Cavour), Piazza Municipio (Molo Beverello), allowing both to reach the exit points of the city and the main interchange to move across Naples.
The Alibus line also stops in via Acton near the Galleria Vittoria, with its destination Molo Beverello.
In Piazza Municipio and in Via Marina guests arriving or departing from the Port of Naples can find all the major sea links with the Islands or move to Toledo or via Medina to reach by bus or funicular, Mergellina, Chiaia, Vomero-Arenella, Piazza Garibaldi and Piazza Carlo III.
From August 1, 2016, the ticket costs 4 euros and can be purchased at authorized resellers or on board without surcharge.
Here you can consult your resellers: Alibus resellers
Circumvesuviana is a railway operating services in the East of the Naples metropolitan area. It is managed by EAV Ente Autonomo Volturno. The Circumvesuviana railway service covers a wide catchment area of over 2 million people, distributed in 47 municipalities, including Scafati,San Valentino Torio and Sarno in the province of Salerno and Avella and Baiano in the province of Avellino. The network forms an important commercial artery, and provides services to the important tourist destinations of Pompeii (How to reach Pompeii) and Herculaneum (How to reach Herculaneum).
All routes start from the Napoli Porta Nolana terminus near the Porta Nolana, and pass through Napoli Garibaldi station before splitting into several branches to towns in the province. A journey along the entirety of the longest route, the 47 km (29 min) from Naples to Sorrento, takes about one hour.
LINES AND TIMETABLES
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