Ferrovie dello Stato, Italy’s state railway company, has announced the launch of a new high-speed Frecciarossa train service linking Rome and Milan. The direct service will offer a journey time of just two hours and 45 minutes and will begin on Monday, January 23rd. The train will depart from Roma Tiburtina at 5:30 am and arrive in Milan Rogoredo at 8:15 am, with a return trip leaving Milan at 8:44 pm and arriving in Rome at 11:29 pm.
The new service will not include stops at Milano Centrale or Roma Termini stations, but these can still be easily reached. This new link brings the total number of daily Frecciarossa connections between Rome and Milan to 90, including 7 direct services between Roma Termini and Milano Centrale with a journey time of 2 hours and 59 minutes and 81 routes with intermediate stops and journey times starting at 3 hours and 8 minutes.