Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori
|Founded||11 December 2006|
|Key people||Luca Cordero di Montezemolo (Chairman)
Giuseppe Sciarrone (CEO)
Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (Italian: New Passenger Transport) is an Italian company which is Europe's first private open access operator of 300 km/h (190 mph) high-speed trains. NTV was created by four Italian businessmen (among them Luca Cordero di Montezemolo) to compete with Trenitalia.
The company intended to start services in late 2011, following certification of its trains in mid-2011. After delays due to the complexity of the project, NTV started service on 28 April 2012. NTV ridership for whole year 2012 was 2,051,702 .
An order for 25 Alstom Automotrice à grande vitesse (AGV) trainsets each with 11 cars was announced on 17 January 2008. Alstom assembled 17 at its La Rochelle plant, while eight were produced at Savigliano in Italy. NTV has an option for a further ten trains. The contract includes maintenance for 30 years. NTV unveiled the first of its trains in a ceremony on 13 December 2011.
- Turin-Salerno, stops in Milan, Reggio Emilia (Mediopadana), Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples.
- Turin-Ancona, stops in Milan, Reggio Emilia (Mediopadana), Bologna, Rimini and Pesaro.
- Venice-Naples, stops in Padua, Bologna, Florence and Rome.
In Milan, Rome and Venice there are two station options: Porta Garibaldi and Rogoredo in Milan, Tiburtina and Ostiense stations in Rome, Mestre and Santa Lucia in Venice.
In March 2011, NTV complained that the Italian infrastructure manager, RFI, was obstructing its plans to run trains by making last-minute changes to network statements. RFI is controlled by the same government group that controls Trenitalia, the incumbent provider of passenger train services in Italy.
- MDP Holdings (Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Diego Della Valle, Gianni Punzo): 33,5%
- IMI Investimenti S.p.A. (Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A.): 20%
- SNCF (French Railways): 20%
- Winged Lion Fund (Assicurazioni Generali): 15%
- DHL Express
- My Parking
- Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi
- RCS Mediagroup
- Sky Italia
- 3B Meteo
- High-speed rail in Italy
- Trenitalia, the Italian state-owned train operating company
- Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI), owner and operator of the Italian rail infrastructure
- Treno Alta Velocità (owned by RFI), in charge of high speed rail infrastructure in Italy
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- "Debut for Italo: kick off of the most modern train in Europe on April 28". Press Release, Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori. 2012-03-30.
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- "Railway Gazette: NTV brands RFI access changes ‘illegal’". Retrieved 2011-03-25.
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