NTV gears up to launch in 2011

Hughes, Murray
July 2010
Railway Gazette International;Jul2010, Vol. 166 Issue 7, p54
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of NTV to launch services with only six of the possible 25 AGV trainsets on the Milano-Napoli route in Italy in September 2011, which will gradually improve as more trains become available. It says that the deliveries are expected to be completed by August 2012, which offer a full service of about 51 round trips daily. The author adds that the service pattern includes various changes compared to the draft proposed by NTV in 2008. The contracts signed by NTV with Grandi Stazioni and Cento-Stazioni are also discussed.


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