Bologna metropolitan railway service
|Transit type||Commuter rail|
|Number of lines||8 foreseen|
|Number of stations||87 foreseen|
|Operation will start||2015?|
The Bologna metropolitan railway service (Italian: servizio ferroviario metropolitano di Bologna, acronym: SFMBO) is a commuter railway service around the Italian city of Bologna. It is currently under construction.
Launched in 1995 with two suburban lines attested in the Bologna Centrale Railway Station, with the agreement of the program of 2007 is expected activation of more straight lines with a regular timetable for 2012, but due to delays in the full activation Bologna Central station AV completion buoyancy base is postponed to 2015. in June 2013 have been completed on 90% of the infrastructure works and are active 70% of the services provided positioned in the base.
The following 8 lines are foreseen:
- Porretta Terme–Bologna Centrale
- Bologna Centrale–San Benedetto-Castiglione
- Vignola–Bologna Centrale
- Bologna Centrale–Portomaggiore
- Poggio Rusco–Bologna Centrale
- Ferrara–Bologna Centrale
- Bologna Centrale–Imola
- Modena–Bologna Centrale
- "La rete portante del trasporto pubblico metropolitano" (PDF). Pumsbologna.it. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
- http://sfm.provincia.bologna.it/Engine/RAServeFile.php/f/Documenti/Intesa_1994.pdf[permanent dead link]
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-04-23. Retrieved 2013-07-07.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
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