We are network, we network

Over 16.700 km of lines, over 2.000 stations: the Italian network for the sustainable mobility of people and goods

For persons with disability

We work every day to provide assistance to passengers with disability and reduced mobility and to remove physical and sensory barriers restricting railway services from being used autonomously.


We coordinate our assistance services for disabled and reduced mobility people from 15 SALA BLU offices


Check if there are any changes lasting more than 30 days to the accessibility of platforms with lifts and/or ramps at your station 


11 May 2021
Start of the consultation phase of "System of Guarantee of Minimum Quality Level Guarantee System For Services Provided” integrated in accordance with Measure 5.6 of Italian Transport Authorithy (ART) Resolution no. 187/2020 (deadline 31 May 2021)

In compliance with Measure 5.6 of Italian Transport Authorithy (ART) Resolution no. 187/2020, is in consultation the proposal to integrate "Minimum Quality Level Guarantee System For Services Provided” (in annex A of Measure 4.2 of Italian Transport Authorithy (ART) Resolution no. 130/2019) with minimum quality levels of this services: parking, water supply, washing bays, Waste Discharge, preheat...

31 March 2021
2022 NS - the March 2021 extraordinary update now online

By Directive No. 9/AD of 31 March 2021, the Managing Director of RFI issued the 2022 Network Statement - March 2021 edition.

01 March 2021
The Business Plan - 2021 February edition now online

Pursuant to art. 15 of Leg. Dec. 112/2015, the February 2021 edition of the Business Plan, the document of Rete Ferroviaria Italiana that provides all information on the commercial development of the rail infrastructure, is now online. Compared to the 2020 edition, all projects financed through the update of the investment section of the 2018/2019 Programme Contract have been included. As is the ...

10 February 2021
RFI - Bologna Centrale station: two new meeting points for assistance for persons with reduced mobility

At Bologna Centrale, the number of meeting points for the assistance and accompaniment service - at the station and on board trains - for people with reduced mobility has increased from four to six.   The two new meeting points are located at the entrance to Viale Pietramellara (access to the platforms of Piazzale Ovest) and at the atrium on Via de' Carracci, to promote intermodality with the new...


We contribute towards creating a single European railway area by carrying out projects to improve the network in line with standardised Community technical and safety rules, essential for supporting the single market and guarantees free movement of goods and people


The backbone of the Trans-European Transport Network. The TEN-T Network facilitates the integration of European countries opening the way to a single market and supports a transport decarbonisation policy and an active role by the EU in the global fight against climate change


European Freight Corridors are one of the cornerstones of Community policy aimed at strengthening the competitiveness of international rail freight transport and, therefore, meeting the freight transport modal share objectives established by the EU White Paper for 2030