Porto Salvo (3),
Terminale - Porta Nolana (3),
Garibaldi (1, 2, 3),
Vesuvio/De Meis (3),
Ospedale del Mare,
and then outside Naples to Sarno.
Currently managed by
Circumvesuviana. The section Napoli-Vesuvio of the Napoli-Ottaviano line
will be converted into Metro System Linea 4.
On September 5, 2001 around 200 billion Liras have been funded for
tripling Napoli-Barra section
(see news - in Italian - from La Repubblica).
Expected time: 5-6 years.
Moreover, 50 billion Liras have been funded to double tracks in the section Ponticelli - Vesuvio/De Meis and further until Cercola
(see news - in Italian - from Il Mattino).
All stations already existing, apart from one more to built: Santa Rosa.
Station Vesuvio in use by January 10, 2001.
A possible extension towards city centre has been planned from Porta Nolana
to Piazza Municipio, thus reaching the harbour.
Extension is endowed with three underground stations:
Pisacane, Porto Salvo and Municipio.
Currently there are no news about actual realization of this extension.
Further planned stations for this line are: Santa Rosa and Ospedale del Mare.
Also in this case no news are currently available about their
Cuurent train frequency:
- First train: from Terminale 5.02 from Vesuvio 5.39
- Last train: from Terminale 21.02 from Vesuvio 21.40
- First train on Sundays: from Terminale 5.32 from Vesuvio 5.39
Distances in minutes:
- Terminale - Garibaldi 2 min
- Garibaldi - Gianturco 2 min
- Gianturco - San Giovanni 2 min
- San Giovanni - Barra 3 min
- Barra - Ponticelli 4 min (station Santa Rosa to be built in between)
- Ponticelli - Vesuvio 2 min
Current Circumvesuviana timetables:
For a picture of Garibaldi Linea 4 station click here (copyright by Werner Huber).
For details about trains and a picture of a Circumvesuviana train click
Unofficial site about Circumvesuviana by A. Martone with lots of pictures (mostly in Italian): click
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