Lecco–Milano Porta Garibaldi
Milano S7.svg
Biassono-Lesmo Parco - stazione ferroviaria - ALn 668.jpg
An S7 train in Brianza
Overview
StatusOperating
LocaleMilan metropolitan area, Italy
TerminiLecco
Milano Porta Garibaldi
Stations22
WebsiteTrenord (in Italian)
Service
TypeCommuter rail
SystemMilan suburban railway service
Route numberS7
Operator(s)Trenord
Rolling stockATR 125
History
Opened14 December 2014 (2014-12-14)
Technical
Line length56 km (35 mi)
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in)
Electrificationno
Route map
Milano linea suburbana S7.png

The line S7 (Italian: Linea S7) is a commuter rail route forming part of the Milan suburban railway service (Italian: Servizio ferroviario suburbano di Milano), which converges on the city of Milan, Italy.[1]

The route runs over the infrastructure of the Milan–Monza and the Monza–Molteno railways, and the section from Molteno to Lecco, opened on 20 November 1888, of the Como–Lecco railway. In the section from Molteno to Lecco it is also present another regional service train connecting Como and Lecco. Like all the other Milan suburban railway service routes, it is operated by Trenord.

Route

Line S7, a radial route, heads initially in an northeasterly direction from Milan to Monza. From there, after Villasanta it turns north-west - away from the main railway to Lecco/Bergamo - and then, after Carate, turns north-east to Lecco.[2] The travel takes 1h39'.[3]

History

The route was activated on 14 December 2014, substituting the former R19 regional service.[4] It is the sole line of the suburban service which runs on a section with a single track without electrification, so it is the sole line with a single ride per hour.

Stations

The stations on the S7 are as follows (stations with a coloured background are within the municipality of Milan):[2]

Station Opened Interchange Note
Milano Porta Garibaldi 1963 Line M2 Line M5

Line S1 Line S2 Line S5 Line S6 Line S8 Line S11 Line S12 Line S13 Treni regionali MXP

Metropolitana di Milano Treno.svg

Milano Greco Pirelli 1914

Line S8 Line S9 Line S11 Treni regionali

Sesto San Giovanni 1969 Line M1 Treni regionali

Line S8 Line S9 Line S11

Monza 1840

Line S8 Line S9 Line S11 Treni regionali

Monza Sobborghi 1911
Villasanta 1911
Buttafava (Arcore west-side) 1911
Biassono-Lesmo Parco 1911
Macherio-Canonica 1911
Triuggio-Ponte Albiate 1911
Carate-Calò 1911
Villa Raverio 1911
Besana 1911
Renate-Veduggio 1911
Cassago-Nibionno-Bulciago 1911
Costa Masnaga 1911
Molteno 1888 Treni regionali
Oggiono 1888 Treni regionali
Sala al Barro-Galbiate 1888
Civate 1888
Valmadrera 1888 Treni regionali
Lecco 1863 Treni regionali Line S8

See also

References

  1. ^ "S come Suburbano". www.trasporti.regione.lombardia.it (in Italian). Retrieved 28 December 2016.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ a b "Linea S7 Lecco-Molteno-Monza-Milano". www.trasporti.regione.lombardia.it (in Italian). Retrieved 28 December 2016.
  3. ^ Trenord timetable
  4. ^ "14 dicembre 2014: nuovo orario del servizio ferroviario regionale in Lombardia". www.trasporti.regione.lombardia.it (in Italian). 14 December 2014. Retrieved 28 December 2016.