Rome disabled Tiburtina train station accessible transfers
Tiburtina Train Station is the second Train station of Rome for volume and type of traffic, about 500 trains a day, 140,000 daily transits and 51 million users per year.
Rome Tiburtina, besides being a crucial issue for the capital mobility, is the first station of the High Speed System of the Turin - Milan - Salerno to be completed.
Is set to become a vital space for the growth of the city, with a large development potential both residential and directional.
Innovation, technology, customer focus and functionality.
An area of about 35,000 square meters of public use of which 18,000 square meters of space for services to travelers, catering to commercial areas and exhibition areas in an architectural work of great value.
With a futuristic design, Rome Tiburtina expresses the excellence of "place for the city" and is one of the largest urban infrastructure projects of Italy.
Thanks to Accessible Italian Holiday, wheelchair traveling customers can be sure to have the guarantee of exit safely and the advantage of cutting-edge technology.
That combines simplicity with comfort, to experience the rental of relaxation and enjoyment also for wheelchair passengers.
Iveco Bimodale one of the most successful compact passenger in Europe, is the means chosen to best represent the our service exclusivly dedicated to wheelchair users, disabled and reduced mobility travelers to Rome.
Train Station Services
To disabled travelers in wheelchairs is guaranteed accommodation in full standard facilities seats, subject to availability.
The space for the accommodation of disabled travelers in wheelchairs, has a travel area with large window and various accessories, table, railing, call button.
Seats are located near equipped toilets.
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29th March 2018
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