Trenitalia Launches New High-Speed Rail Service between Rome and Milan

FS Italiane has announced that new high-speed Trenitalia rail services between Rome and Milan commenced service on 23 January.

The Frecciarossa trains will connect Roma Tiburtina and Milano Rogoredo stations in just 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Rome Milan Rail
Frecciarossa trains travel at a maximum speed of 300km/h

This improves the existing journey times on offer between Rome Termini and Milan Central, which takes upwards of 2 hours and 59 minutes on the fastest service.

Now, the Frecciarossa 9682 leaves Roma Tiburtina at 5:30am and arrives in Milano Rogoredo at 8:15am.

In addition, the Frecciarossa 9681 departs Milano Rogoredo at 8:44pm and arrives in Rome Tiburtina at 11.29pm.

With this new service, Trenitalia now operates 90 daily Frecciarossa connections between Rome and Milan.

The new route also conveniently connects to other modes of transport, such as the underground and urban railway services.

In serving Roma Tiburtina and Milano Rogoredo, instead of Rome Termini and Milan Central, FS Italiane aims to reduce congestion at its busiest stations.

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