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RFI advances Naples Central Station Central Computerized Apparatus Implementation

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Infrastructure enhancement works continue for the implementation of the Central Computerized Apparatus (ACC) at Naples Central Station by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI). The ongoing infrastructure improvements aim to enhance operational efficiency and modernize Naples Central Station’s signalling system, ultimately improving passenger safety and service reliability.

The ACC installation at Naples Central Station represents a significant investment in railway technology, allowing for more precise control and coordination of train movements within the station and along the surrounding railway network. Once completed, the ACC system will improve operational efficiency, reduce delays, and enhance overall safety for both passengers and railway staff.

Traffic disruptions

Rete Ferroviaria Italiana remains committed to completing these infrastructure upgrades in a timely and efficient manner, with minimal inconvenience to passengers. The company continues to work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure that necessary measures are in place to manage any disruptions effectively and communicate them to passengers in advance.

To facilitate the operation of the construction sites, during the night between Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19, some trains on the Rome – Formia – Aversa – Naples, Naples – Salerno, and Rome – Naples – Siracusa/Palermo routes will undergo modifications and/or route changes. During the specified night, passengers travelling on affected regional and long-distance trains are advised to check for updates on their routes and schedules through official railway communication channels.

Passengers planning to travel on the affected routes during the specified night are encouraged to stay informed about any updates or changes to their travel plans. By consulting official railway communication channels and remaining flexible, passengers can minimize the impact of these temporary modifications and continue to enjoy safe and reliable rail travel across Italy.

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Author: Emma Dailey

Emma Dailey is an editor at RailTech.com and RailTech.be.

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Visualisation of a train digital twin

RFI advances Naples Central Station Central Computerized Apparatus Implementation

Illustration Shutterstock

Infrastructure enhancement works continue for the implementation of the Central Computerized Apparatus (ACC) at Naples Central Station by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI). The ongoing infrastructure improvements aim to enhance operational efficiency and modernize Naples Central Station’s signalling system, ultimately improving passenger safety and service reliability.

The ACC installation at Naples Central Station represents a significant investment in railway technology, allowing for more precise control and coordination of train movements within the station and along the surrounding railway network. Once completed, the ACC system will improve operational efficiency, reduce delays, and enhance overall safety for both passengers and railway staff.

Traffic disruptions

Rete Ferroviaria Italiana remains committed to completing these infrastructure upgrades in a timely and efficient manner, with minimal inconvenience to passengers. The company continues to work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure that necessary measures are in place to manage any disruptions effectively and communicate them to passengers in advance.

To facilitate the operation of the construction sites, during the night between Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19, some trains on the Rome – Formia – Aversa – Naples, Naples – Salerno, and Rome – Naples – Siracusa/Palermo routes will undergo modifications and/or route changes. During the specified night, passengers travelling on affected regional and long-distance trains are advised to check for updates on their routes and schedules through official railway communication channels.

Passengers planning to travel on the affected routes during the specified night are encouraged to stay informed about any updates or changes to their travel plans. By consulting official railway communication channels and remaining flexible, passengers can minimize the impact of these temporary modifications and continue to enjoy safe and reliable rail travel across Italy.

Further reading:

Author: Emma Dailey

Emma Dailey is an editor at RailTech.com and RailTech.be.

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