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Italo Trains - more good news

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Italo Treni has just introduced a new service called Italobus (with special dedicated coaches) which connects the the high speed train station at Reggio Emilia with the following cities:

Parma - 9 daily connections
Modena - 9 daily connections
Piacenza - 6 daily connections (3 direct, 3 stopping at Parma)
Mantova - 6 daily connections (2 direct, 4 stopping at Carpi)
Sassuolo - 6 daily connections (all stopping at Modena)
Cremona - 4 daily connections (all stopping at Parma)
Carpi - 4 daily connections
Train and bus tickets can already be booked together - http://www.italotreno.it/?sc_lang=en - but there is not yet a full timetable available. It goes with out saying that the bus timetable is coordinated with the Italo train arrivals/departures at the Reggio Emilia Mediopadana station. This station is quite spectacular – designed by Santiago Calatrava – and is roughly 1.5 miles from Reggio Emilia city centre. There is a local train service which connects the two.

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