Milano Rogoredo railway station

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Logomi r.svg Milano Rogoredo
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General information
LocationVia Cassinis 83, Milan
Italy
Coordinates45°26′01″N 09°14′21″E / 45.43361°N 9.23917°E / 45.43361; 9.23917Coordinates: 45°26′01″N 09°14′21″E / 45.43361°N 9.23917°E / 45.43361; 9.23917
Owned byRete Ferroviaria Italiana
Operated byCentostazioni
Line(s)Milan–Bologna HS
Milan–Bologna
Milan–Genoa
Passante
Distance9.567 km (5.945 mi)
from Milano Centrale
208.751 km (129.712 mi)
from Bologna
Tracks13
Train operatorsTrenitalia
Trenord
Connections
Construction
ArchitectAngelo Mangiarotti
Other information
IATA codeIMR
Fare zoneSTIBM: Mi1[1]
History
Opened1862 (1862)
Electrified1938 (1938)
Location
Milano Rogoredo is located in Milan
Milano Rogoredo
Logomi r.svg Milano Rogoredo
Location in Milan
Milano Rogoredo is located in Lombardy
Milano Rogoredo
Logomi r.svg Milano Rogoredo
Location in Lombardy
Milano Rogoredo is located in Northern Italy
Milano Rogoredo
Logomi r.svg Milano Rogoredo
Location in Northern Italy
Milano Rogoredo is located in Italy
Milano Rogoredo
Logomi r.svg Milano Rogoredo
Location in Italy

Milano Rogoredo (IATA: IMR) is a railway station in Milan, Italy. It is one of the key nodes of the Milan suburban railway service as the southern gate of the Milanese urban network.

History[edit]

Early history[edit]

The station's location was originally (as of 1891) a junction for the old cargo station of Milano Sempione; it became a cargo station itself in 1908. Its function was to serve as the cargo station for the then-autonomous town of Rogoredo, today included in the city administration as part of Milan's southeastern border with San Donato Milanese.

Later, in the late 1950s, it was expanded to a passenger station. This step came when the city of Milan started to grow faster and various factories were established in the area, such as the Montedison chemical facility and the Redaelli steel plant. The station grew proportionally with the industrial development of the area.

Recent history[edit]

A modernization of the station was planned in the 1990s, and some reconstruction of the station was carried out including platform roofing. However, in 1995, work was stopped due to costs exceeding the budgeted funds. In 1999, work restarted to add four tracks to allow integration with the Passante railway and the high-speed line, as well as to complete the platform roofing.

The importance of this station has increased with the extension of the Milan suburban railway service to Pavia and Lodi, and the new residential district called Santa Giulia. The station is fully operational. The station includes a stop for the Regionale trains from Parma to the Milano Centrale station, and it became possible in August 2009 to change to the S-lines for connections through the Passante into Central Milan and on to Malpensa Airport at Bovisa.

Several Eurostar Italia trains between Milan and Rome stop in Rogoredo. In 2011, the Eurostar Italia-rival Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori started a high-speed-service running from Torino Porta Susa to Salerno, stopping at Rogoredo as well as at the Porta Garibaldi station.

Since 3 September 2012 a FrecciaClub has been added in place of the waiting room, which does not exist anymore.

Train services[edit]

The station is served by the following service(s):[2]

  • High speed services (Frecciarossa) Turin - Milan - Bologna - Florence - Rome - Naples - Salerno
  • High speed services (Italo) Turin - Milan - Bologna - Florence - Rome - Naples - Salerno
  • High speed services (Italo) Turin - Milan - Bologna - Ancona
Preceding station   Trenitalia   Following station
Frecciarossa
toward Salerno
Preceding station   Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori   Following station
Italo
toward Salerno
Italo
toward Ancona
Preceding station   Milan suburban railway service   Following station
toward Saronno
Trenord
S1
toward Lodi
Trenord
S2
Terminus
Trenord
S12
toward Melegnano
Trenord
S13
toward Pavia

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Servizio Ferroviario Suburbano". Muoversi in Lombardia. Regione Lombardia. April 2021. Retrieved 30 March 2022.
  2. ^ NTV train timetables

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