Rete celere del Canton Ticino

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Rete celere del Canton Ticino
Linea celere S10 Capolago.jpg
Overview
Locale Ticino, Switzerland
Lombardy, Italy
Transit type Commuter rail
Number of lines 4
Number of stations 41
Operation
Began operation 2004 (2004)
Operator(s) TiLo, FLP
Host railroads FFS, FLP, RFI, FN
System map

Mappa rete celere ticinese.svg

The Rete celere del Canton Ticino (literally: Ticino fast network) is a commuter rail network serving the Swiss canton of Ticino and the north-western part of the Italian region Lombardy. It is similar to the S-Bahn networks to be found in the German speaking regions of Switzerland, a similarity accentuated by the use of S prefixes for its line numbers.

The network consists of three standard gauge lines (S10, S20, S30), operated by TiLo, and a metre gauge line (S60) operated by FLP. Both TiLo and FLP are members of the Arcobaleno tariff network and thus share a common tariff with each other and other regional transport operators.[1]

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  1. ^ "Le imprese di trasporto" [The transport companies] (in Italian). Comunità tariffale Ticino e Moesano. Retrieved 2012-07-13. 

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