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===<div id="PIAO"></div>Bivio Piacenza Ovest – Piacenza (P.M. Piacenza Ovest)===
===<div id="PIAO"></div>Bivio Piacenza Ovest – Piacenza (P.M. Piacenza Ovest)===
[45] (156C5, ''52D3'') IT20/71
[45] (ERA-E 80C4; ERA-R 156C5; S+W ''52D3'') IT21/71


Most high-speed trains calling at Piacenza run via the old main line (''Linea Tradizionale'').  The following use the connection north of Piacenza between the ''Linea AV/AC'' and the ''Linea Tradizionale''.
High-speed trains calling at Piacenza run via the old main line (''Linea Tradizionale''), except for the following, which uses the connection to the ''Linea AV/AC'' north of Piacenza.


{| class="ostable"
{| class="ostable"
|
|
|
|
| ''FA8823''
| FA8823
| 17:50 Milano Centrale - Pescara Centrale
| 17:50 Milano Centrale - Pescara Centrale
|-
|-
|
|
|
|
| ''FA8825''
| FA8825
| 18:50 Milano Centrale - Ancona
| 18:50 Milano Centrale - Ancona
|-
|-
|
|
|
|
| ''FA8829''
| FA8802
| 19:50 Milano Centrale - Rimini/Ancona
|-
|
|
| ''FA8802''
| Ancona - 08:33 Piacenza - Milano Centrale
| Ancona - 08:33 Piacenza - Milano Centrale
|-
|-
|
|
|
|
| FR9330
| ''FA8804''
| Ancona - 09:36 Piacenza - Milano Centrale
|-
| D1
|
| ''FR9330''
| Roma Termini - 23:41 Piacenza - Milano Centrale
| Roma Termini - 23:41 Piacenza - Milano Centrale
|}
|}


D1: Runs 40 minutes later on 29 and 30 August 2020.
===<div id="FIDO"></div>Bivio Fidenza Ovest - Fidenza===
[45] (ERA-E 80C5; ERA-R 156C5; S+W ''48A1'') IT21/72


This connection is also used by the following trains on 22 to 24 September southbound and 22 and 23 September 2020 northbound.
This connection between ''Linea AV/AC'' and the Cremona to Fidenza line first gained a passenger service in December 2019.  It enables trains to use the ''Linea AV/AC'' between Milano and Fidenza and call at Parma.


{| class="ostable"
{| class="ostable"
| D
|  
| TWThO
|
| ''FA35835''
| ''FA8807''
| 10:45 Milano Centrale - Taranto
| 08:05 Milano Centrale - Bari Centrale
|-
| D
| TWThO
| ''FA35891''
| 11:52 Milano Centrale - Lecce
|-
| D
| TWThO
| ''FA35837''
| 13:53 Milano Centrale - Lecce
|-
| D
| TWThO
| ''FA35843''
| 15:50 Milano Centrale - Bari Centrale
|-
| D
| TWO
| ''FA35852''
| Pescara - 10:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
| D
| TWO
| ''FA35856''
| Bari Centrale - 12:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
| D
| TWO
| ''FA35862''
| Lecce - 16:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
| D
| TWO
| ''FA35864''
| Taranto - 17:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
|-
| D
| TWO
| ''FA35866''
| Lecce - 18:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|}
===<div id="FIDO"></div>Bivio Fidenza Ovest - Fidenza===
[45] (156C5, 48A1) IT20/72
This connection between ''Linea AV/AC'' and the Cremona to Fidenza line first gained a passenger service in December 2019.  It enables trains to use the ''Linea AV/AC'' between Milano and Fidenza and Parma.
{| class="ostable"
|  
|  
|
|
| ''FA8807/8865''
| ''FA8885''
| 11:05 Milano Centrale - Taranto
| 11:05 Milano Centrale - Taranto
|-
|-
|  
|  
|
|
| ''FA8809/8889''
| ''FA8889''
| 12:05 Milano Centrale - Lecce
| 12:05 Milano Centrale - Lecce
|-
|-
Line 113: Line 57:
| 14:05 Milano Centrale - Lecce
| 14:05 Milano Centrale - Lecce
|-
|-
|
|  
|
|
| ''FA8819''
| ''FA8819''
| 16:05 Milano Centrale - Bari Centrale
| 16:05 Milano Centrale - Bari Centrale
|-
|-
|
|
|
| ''FA8829''
| 20:06 Milano Centrale - Ancona
|-
|
|
|
| ''FA8806''
| ''FA8804''
| Pescara Centrale - 10:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
| Ancona - 09:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
|-
|
|
|
| FA8806
| Pescara - 10:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
|
|
|
| ''FA8810''
| ''FA8810''
| Bari Centrale - 12:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
| Bari Centrale - 12:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
|-
|
|
|
|
| ''FA8884''
| ''FA8818''
| Lecce - 16:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
| Lecce - 16:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
|-
|
|
|
|
| ''FA8888''
| ''FA8820/8868''
| Taranto - 17:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
| Taranto - 17:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
|-
|
|
|
| ''FA8886''
| Lecce - 18:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|-
|
|
|
| ''FA8824/8886''
| ''FA8894''
| Lecce - 18:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
| Bari Centrale - 23:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
|}
|}
This connection is not used by southbound trains on 22 to 24 September and by northbound trains on 22 and 23 September 2020.


===<div id="ERBCE"></div>Bivio Castelfranco Est: Castelfranco Emilia - Bologna Centrale===
===<div id="ERBCE"></div>Bivio Castelfranco Est: Castelfranco Emilia - Bologna Centrale===
[45] (157B4, 48A1) IT20/73
[45, 202] (ERA-E 83A1; ERA-R 157B4; S+W ''48A1'') IT21/73


Most high-speed trains beween Modena and Bologna are to and from the Ancona line, so use the ground-level platforms at Bologna Centrale.  The following use the connections between the ''Linea Tradizionale'' and ''Linea AV/AC'' at Castelfranco Est, in order to use the low-level platforms and call at Modena.  
Most high-speed trains beween Modena and Bologna are to and from the Ancona line, so use the ground-level platforms at Bologna Centrale.  The following use the connections between the ''Linea Tradizionale'' and ''Linea AV/AC'' at Castelfranco Est, in order to use the low-level platforms and call at Modena.  
Line 154: Line 111:
|  
|  
|
|
| ''FR9503''
| ''FA9301''
| Mantova - 06:47 Modena - Roma Termini
|-
|
|
| FR9303
| Milano Centrale - 07:41 Modena - Roma Termini
| Milano Centrale - 07:41 Modena - Roma Termini
|-
|-
|
|
| ''FR9328''
| Roma Termini - 21:51 Bologna Centrale - Mantova
|-
|
|
| FR9330
| Roma Termini - 22:16 Bologna Centrale - Milano Centrale
|}
===<div id="ANZLAV"></div>Anzola dell'Emilia: PM Anzola - PM Lavino===
[45] (ERA-E 83A1; ERA-R 158B5; S+W ''144A2'') IT21/73A
Most high-speed trains to and from the Ancona line use the ''Linea Tradizionale'' all the way between Milano and Bologna Centrale, or the connection at Bivio Fidenza Ovest.  The following use the ''Linea AV/AC'' between Milano and PM Anzola, just north of Bologna, and the connection there to the ''Linea Tradizionale''. 
{| class="ostable"
|
|
| FR9803
| Brescia - 07:05 Milano Centrale - Ancona
|-
|
|
|
| FR9805
| Torino Porta Nuova - 11:20 Reggio Emilia AV - Lecce
|-
|
|
| FR9809
| Milano Centrale - 16:21 Reggio Emilia AV - Bari Centrale
|-
|
|
| FR9811
| Milano Centrale - 18:20 Reggio Emilia AV - Pescara Centrale
|-
|
|
| FR9802
| Pescara Centrale - 08:13 Bologna Centrale - Milano Centrale
|-
|
|
| FR9806
| Bari Centrale - 12:18 Bologna Centrale - Milano Centrale
|-
|
|
| FR9808
| Lecce - 19:18 Bologna Centrale - Torino Porta Nuova
|-
|
|
|
| ''FR9330''
| FR9810
| Roma Termini - 22:18 Bologna Centrale - Milano Centrale
| Ancona - 21:18 Bologna Centrale - Brescia
|}
|}


===<div id="BOLHS"></div>Bologna S Viola - Bologna Centrale - Bologna S Ruffillo - Bivio Emilia===
===<div id="BOLHS"></div>Bologna S Viola - Bologna Centrale - Bologna S Ruffillo - Bivio Emilia===
[45,46] (156B5-156C4, ''144B3-144C4'', not shown in full) IT20/74
[45,46] (ERA-E 83A4-B4; ERA-R 156B5-156C4; S+W ''144B3-144C4'', not shown in full) IT21/74


High-speed trains via Bologna Centrale use the low-level platforms, except those to and from the Ancona line, which has no connection to the low-level.
High-speed trains via Bologna Centrale use the low-level platforms, except those to and from the Ancona line, which has no connection to the low-level.


===Bologna Corticella (Bivio Navile) - Bologna Centrale (Bivio Venezia)===
===Bologna Corticella (Bivio Navile) - Bologna Centrale (Bivio Venezia)===
[55] (156B5, ''144C2-144B3'', shown as under construction) IT20/75
[55] (ERA-E 83A4; ERA-R 156B5; S+W ''144C2-144B3'', shown as under construction) IT21/75


High-speed trains beween Padova and Bologna Centrale use this newly-constructed line, which came into use in December 2017, to access the low level platforms at Bologna Centrale.
High-speed trains beween Padova and Bologna Centrale use this newly-constructed line, which came into use in December 2017, to access the low level platforms at Bologna Centrale.


==Routes used occasionally for diversions==
==Routes used occasionally for diversions==
===Piacenza (2° Bivio Piacenza Est) – 1° Bivio Piacenza Est===
[45] (ERA-E 80C4-C5; ERA-R 156C5; S+W ''52D3'') IT21/78
This connection south of Piacenza links the ''Linea Tradizionale'' with the ''Linea AV/AC''.  It was used by two train pairs on two weekends in October 2020.
===Parma - 1° Bivio Parma Est===
[45] (ERA-R 157A5; S+W ''35B3'') IT21/78A
This connection south of Parma links the ''Linea Tradizionale'' with the ''Linea AV/AC''.  See the entry below.
===1° Bivio Modena Ovest - Modena===
[45] (ERA-R 157B4; S+W ''141C3'') IT21/78B
This connection north of Modena links the ''Linea Tradizionale'' with the ''Linea AV/AC''.
The connections at Parma Est and Modena Ovest are used for diversions over the weekends of 11/12 and 18/19 September 2021, by ''FA'' and ''FR'' trains between Parma and Modena which call at Reggio Emilia AV instead of Reggio Emilia station on the ''Linea Tradizionale''.
From Parma: 07:05, 08:54, 11:54, 12:54, 14:54, 16:54, 18:54, 19:54
From Modena: 07:37, 08:37, 09:37, 11:37, 15:37, 16:37, 17:37, 22:37, 22:43


===Bologna Cintura===
===Bologna Cintura===
(156B5-156C5, ''144A2-144C3'') IT20/79
(ERA-E 83A3-A4; ERA-R 156B5-156C5; S+W ''144A2-144C3'') IT21/79
 
The Bologna Cintura runs round the north and east of the city, avoiding Bologna Centrale, with connections to all main lines.  Long-distance trains are occasionally diverted via the Cintura and this is indicated by omission of a usual stop at Bologna Centrale.  Use of this route is much less frequent following completion of the ''Linea AV/AC'' through Bologna. 
 
From 9 to 18 August 2021 ''R'' and ''RV'' trains between Ferrara and Bologna were diverted to Bologna Arcoveggio goods station via Bivio Trebbo and Doppo Bivio Beverara.  Bologna Arcoveggio is on the freight line between Doppo Bivio Beverara and Bologna Centrale.
 
Also from 9 to 18 August 2021 the following trains ran between the Padova and Ancona lines via the Cintura.


The Bologna Cintura runs round the north and east of the city, avoiding Bologna Centrale, with connections to all main lines.  Long-distance trains are occasionally diverted via the Cintura and this is indicated by omission of a usual stop at Bologna Centrale.  No diversions are expected during 2020.
{| class="ostable"
| D
|
| ICN35307
| Trieste Centrale - 01:11 Bologna Corticella - Roma Termini
|-
| D
|
| IC35385
| Trieste Centrale - 09:30 Bologna Corticella - Roma Termini
|-
| D
|
| IC35355
| Trieste Centrale - 15:46 Bologna Corticella - Roma Termini
|-
| D
|
| ICN35624
| 21:53 Roma Termini - Trieste Centrale
|-
| D
|
| IC35568
| Roma Termini - 14:59 Cesena - Trieste Centrale
|-
| D
|
| IC35462
| Roma Termini - 18:43 Cesena - Trieste Centrale
|}


==See also==
==See also==

Latest revision as of 19:13, 1 September 2021

Introduction

This list is based on the 1 September 2021 revision to the timetable in force from 13 June 2021. Although the timetable is shown as valid until 11 December 2021, most long-distance services are shown as operating for only a few months. Such trains are not indicated by note 'D' (for a service only running on certain dates), because it is a reasonable expectation that their period of operation will be extended or a similar service is provided instead. It is assumed that the timetable will continue to be updated and reissued monthly, as has been the case since summer 2020. In general, local services are operating as usual and many long-distance trains that had been withdrawn have been reinstated. Users are recommended to check the Trenitalia website to ensure they are using the latest version of the timetable.

Table numbers quoted here are from In Treno Tutt'Italia, the official Trenitalia timetable. Standard abbreviations are explained in General Information.

Map references for each route entry are given in parentheses ( ). References prefixed "ERA-E" refer to the European Railway Atlas (All-Europe Edition) by M.G. Ball. References prefixed "ERA-R" refer to the European Railway Atlas (Regional Series - Italy) by M.G. Ball. References prefixed "S+W", or in italic, refer to Atlante ferroviaro d'Italia e Slovenia by Schweers + Wall.

Two useful symbols exist which show the booked route for trains not calling at a station: in the middle of the train column, a vertical bar "|" means that the train passes through the station without stopping, whereas a dot "." means that the train does not pass through that station but instead takes a different route.

Obscure services

Bivio Piacenza Ovest – Piacenza (P.M. Piacenza Ovest)

[45] (ERA-E 80C4; ERA-R 156C5; S+W 52D3) IT21/71

High-speed trains calling at Piacenza run via the old main line (Linea Tradizionale), except for the following, which uses the connection to the Linea AV/AC north of Piacenza.

FA8823 17:50 Milano Centrale - Pescara Centrale
FA8825 18:50 Milano Centrale - Ancona
FA8802 Ancona - 08:33 Piacenza - Milano Centrale
FR9330 Roma Termini - 23:41 Piacenza - Milano Centrale

Bivio Fidenza Ovest - Fidenza

[45] (ERA-E 80C5; ERA-R 156C5; S+W 48A1) IT21/72

This connection between Linea AV/AC and the Cremona to Fidenza line first gained a passenger service in December 2019. It enables trains to use the Linea AV/AC between Milano and Fidenza and call at Parma.

FA8807 08:05 Milano Centrale - Bari Centrale
FA8885 11:05 Milano Centrale - Taranto
FA8889 12:05 Milano Centrale - Lecce
FA8813 14:05 Milano Centrale - Lecce
FA8819 16:05 Milano Centrale - Bari Centrale
FA8829 20:06 Milano Centrale - Ancona
FA8804 Ancona - 09:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
FA8806 Pescara - 10:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
FA8810 Bari Centrale - 12:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
FA8884 Lecce - 16:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
FA8888 Taranto - 17:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
FA8886 Lecce - 18:07 Parma - Milano Centrale
FA8894 Bari Centrale - 23:07 Parma - Milano Centrale

Bivio Castelfranco Est: Castelfranco Emilia - Bologna Centrale

[45, 202] (ERA-E 83A1; ERA-R 157B4; S+W 48A1) IT21/73

Most high-speed trains beween Modena and Bologna are to and from the Ancona line, so use the ground-level platforms at Bologna Centrale. The following use the connections between the Linea Tradizionale and Linea AV/AC at Castelfranco Est, in order to use the low-level platforms and call at Modena.

FA9301 Mantova - 06:47 Modena - Roma Termini
FR9303 Milano Centrale - 07:41 Modena - Roma Termini
FR9328 Roma Termini - 21:51 Bologna Centrale - Mantova
FR9330 Roma Termini - 22:16 Bologna Centrale - Milano Centrale

Anzola dell'Emilia: PM Anzola - PM Lavino

[45] (ERA-E 83A1; ERA-R 158B5; S+W 144A2) IT21/73A

Most high-speed trains to and from the Ancona line use the Linea Tradizionale all the way between Milano and Bologna Centrale, or the connection at Bivio Fidenza Ovest. The following use the Linea AV/AC between Milano and PM Anzola, just north of Bologna, and the connection there to the Linea Tradizionale.

FR9803 Brescia - 07:05 Milano Centrale - Ancona
FR9805 Torino Porta Nuova - 11:20 Reggio Emilia AV - Lecce
FR9809 Milano Centrale - 16:21 Reggio Emilia AV - Bari Centrale
FR9811 Milano Centrale - 18:20 Reggio Emilia AV - Pescara Centrale
FR9802 Pescara Centrale - 08:13 Bologna Centrale - Milano Centrale
FR9806 Bari Centrale - 12:18 Bologna Centrale - Milano Centrale
FR9808 Lecce - 19:18 Bologna Centrale - Torino Porta Nuova
FR9810 Ancona - 21:18 Bologna Centrale - Brescia

Bologna S Viola - Bologna Centrale - Bologna S Ruffillo - Bivio Emilia

[45,46] (ERA-E 83A4-B4; ERA-R 156B5-156C4; S+W 144B3-144C4, not shown in full) IT21/74

High-speed trains via Bologna Centrale use the low-level platforms, except those to and from the Ancona line, which has no connection to the low-level.

Bologna Corticella (Bivio Navile) - Bologna Centrale (Bivio Venezia)

[55] (ERA-E 83A4; ERA-R 156B5; S+W 144C2-144B3, shown as under construction) IT21/75

High-speed trains beween Padova and Bologna Centrale use this newly-constructed line, which came into use in December 2017, to access the low level platforms at Bologna Centrale.

Routes used occasionally for diversions

Piacenza (2° Bivio Piacenza Est) – 1° Bivio Piacenza Est

[45] (ERA-E 80C4-C5; ERA-R 156C5; S+W 52D3) IT21/78

This connection south of Piacenza links the Linea Tradizionale with the Linea AV/AC. It was used by two train pairs on two weekends in October 2020.

Parma - 1° Bivio Parma Est

[45] (ERA-R 157A5; S+W 35B3) IT21/78A

This connection south of Parma links the Linea Tradizionale with the Linea AV/AC. See the entry below.

1° Bivio Modena Ovest - Modena

[45] (ERA-R 157B4; S+W 141C3) IT21/78B

This connection north of Modena links the Linea Tradizionale with the Linea AV/AC.

The connections at Parma Est and Modena Ovest are used for diversions over the weekends of 11/12 and 18/19 September 2021, by FA and FR trains between Parma and Modena which call at Reggio Emilia AV instead of Reggio Emilia station on the Linea Tradizionale.

From Parma: 07:05, 08:54, 11:54, 12:54, 14:54, 16:54, 18:54, 19:54

From Modena: 07:37, 08:37, 09:37, 11:37, 15:37, 16:37, 17:37, 22:37, 22:43

Bologna Cintura

(ERA-E 83A3-A4; ERA-R 156B5-156C5; S+W 144A2-144C3) IT21/79

The Bologna Cintura runs round the north and east of the city, avoiding Bologna Centrale, with connections to all main lines. Long-distance trains are occasionally diverted via the Cintura and this is indicated by omission of a usual stop at Bologna Centrale. Use of this route is much less frequent following completion of the Linea AV/AC through Bologna.

From 9 to 18 August 2021 R and RV trains between Ferrara and Bologna were diverted to Bologna Arcoveggio goods station via Bivio Trebbo and Doppo Bivio Beverara. Bologna Arcoveggio is on the freight line between Doppo Bivio Beverara and Bologna Centrale.

Also from 9 to 18 August 2021 the following trains ran between the Padova and Ancona lines via the Cintura.

D ICN35307 Trieste Centrale - 01:11 Bologna Corticella - Roma Termini
D IC35385 Trieste Centrale - 09:30 Bologna Corticella - Roma Termini
D IC35355 Trieste Centrale - 15:46 Bologna Corticella - Roma Termini
D ICN35624 21:53 Roma Termini - Trieste Centrale
D IC35568 Roma Termini - 14:59 Cesena - Trieste Centrale
D IC35462 Roma Termini - 18:43 Cesena - Trieste Centrale

See also