Press Releases

  • Italo EVO is here: green, elegant, made in Italy & hi-tech!

    The most modern train in Europe - now presented in Rome Termini Station - will start working on 7 december. More connections: from 56 to 90 daily trips within 2018 thanks to the presence of Italo...

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  • Board of Directors’meeting 9 November 2017

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  • Italo attends the 54th edition of TTG

    Italo EVO ready to go on the rails starting from December News for the world of business: one train every half an hour from Rome to Milan during peak hours, daily services increase passing from...

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25Maximum-comfort AGV trains
17Italo EVO trains in fleet from December 2017
19More railway stations served
68Daily trips at competitive prices
11Millions of passengers in 2016
14Cities served by our trains
23Cities served by Italobus

NTV’s fleet

NTV’s fleet is made up exclusively of Alstom trains, and is one of the most modern in Europe. Our very high-speed AGV 575 trains are a perfect balance between state-of-the-art technology, safety and comfort. Starting in December 2017, the AGVs will be complemented by new Pendolino trains. The Pendolino is a benchmark of high performance and proven reliability and its futurist front-end is designed to provide crash protection for its driver and better aerodynamic performance. NTV’s fleet of Italobus buses reaches destinations not served by rails.

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Our network

Italo-NTV is Italy’s first private high speed rail operator. Italo trains link 18 stations of 13 cities: Salerno, Napoli, Napoli Afragola, Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina, Firenze, Bologna, Reggio Emilia, Milano Rogoredo, Milano Centrale, Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa, Verona, Padova, Ferrara, Venezia Mestre, Venezia Santa Lucia and Brescia.

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NTV: Antitrust accepts company commitments

The Italian Competition Authority has decided to close the investigation stating there was no infringement by NTV and accepting the company’s commitments linked to the aforementioned investigation opened last November in order to verify the possible application of the rules of incorrect trade and some aspects regarding NTV’s pre- and post-sale services. The Authority believes that the proposed measures will undoubtedly bring benefit to consumers and represent a greater commitment to information transparency in order to guarantee awareness in the selection of alternative sale channels and payment assistance as a free option for consumers. LINK: http://www.agcm.it/stampa/comunicati/8953-ps10275-accettati-gli-impegni-di-ntv-italo-treno-,-assistenza-e-call-center-pi%C3%B9-chiari-e-trasparenti.html

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