The international re-routing scenarios 2018 for RFC Rhine-Alpine are published on the RFC Customer Information Platform (CIP). They focus on RFC Rhine-Alpine sections for which re-routing possibilities are known to be limited.
The Bastioni and Sommergibile lines that run parallel to each other under the collapsed Morandi bridge, are scheduled to reopen on Thursday, 4 October 2018. The restoration involves four tracks for the northbound movement of goods from the port of Genoa and passengers to Acqui/Ovada and Busalla/Arquata via Sampierdarena/Rivarolo. This reinstates railway traffic to the level before the collapse of the Morandi bridge, with some minor changes to the timetables to be determined by RFI in the next few days, as the tracks of the Succursale line are still blocked by debris.
The working group Train Performance Management prepares a monthly report about punctuality development on the corridor. The August figures are available on the Customer Information Platform. Please click here. If you need more information about punctuality on RFC Rhine-Alpine, please contact the EEIG office.
Following the collapse of the Morandi highway brigde on August 14th, as far as the international freight traffic along RFC Rhine-Alpine is concerned, RFI gives the following information on the situation....