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ITALO TRENO May Commence Service out of Roma Termini Station

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This press release from last Thursday reports that NTV (Italo Treno) has signed an agreement with the Italian State Railways which will "soon" allow it to start up train service to and from Roma Termini Station (in addition to continuing existing service out of Roma Tiburtina and Ostiense stations). The press release sheds no light on just what "soon" means, so at this point, all we have is a strong intention to begin this new service in the future. We'll be keeping an eye on developments.

At the moment, Trenitalia has exclusive service to and from Roma Termini Station, which is by far the most utilized and most convenient train station in central Rome, and affords Trenitalia a huge advantage over its arch rival. Allowing ITALO to also use Termini Station will change the dynamics of competition between these two operators in a profound way.

http://it.reuters.com/article/itEuroRpt/idITL5N0MV52W20140403

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