Tarvisio Boscoverde railway station

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Tarvisio Boscoverde
Railway Station
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Tarvisio Boscoverde railway station
Locationloc. Nuova Stazione, Tarvisio,
Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Italy
Coordinates 46°30′22″N13°36′26″E / 46.50611°N 13.60722°E / 46.50611; 13.60722 Coordinates: 46°30′22″N13°36′26″E / 46.50611°N 13.60722°E / 46.50611; 13.60722
Elevation732m
Owned by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana
Operated by Trenitalia
ÖBB
Line(s) Tarvisio–Udine railway
Rudolf Railway (St. Valentin-Tarvisio)
Distance88.790 km (55.172 mi)
from Udine
Platforms5
Other information
Classification Silver [1]
History
Opened26 November 2000;18 years ago (2000-11-26)
Location
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Tarvisio Boscoverde
Location in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
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Tarvisio Boscoverde
Location in Northern Italy
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Tarvisio Boscoverde
Location in Italy

Tarvisio Boscoverde (Italian : Stazione di Tarvisio Boscoverde) is a railway station serving the town of Tarvisio, in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, in Northern Italy. The station is managed by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI). Train services are operated by Trenitalia and ÖBB.

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Tarvisio Comune in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

Tarvisio is a comune in the Province of Udine, the northeastern part of the autonomous Friuli Venezia Giulia region in Italy.

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History

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Platform

The station opened on 26 November 2000 as the current northern terminus of the rebuilt Alpine Pontebbana line from Udine railway station. From Tarvisio, the Rudolf Railway runs northwards across the border with Austria towards Villach Hauptbahnhof and the Southern Railway main line.

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Tarvisio–Udine railway is an international railway line in Italy.

Udine railway station railway station

Udine railway station serves the city and comune of Udine, in the autonomous region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, northeastern Italy. Opened in 1860, it is a junction of five lines, to Venice, Trieste, Tarvisio, Cervignano and Cividale, respectively.

The station replaced the former Tarvisio Centrale and Tarvisio Città railway stations, opened in 1879. Tarvisio Centrale is still used as a terminus for bus services from Udine. The former Tarvisio–Ljubljana Railway to Jesenice railway station in Slovenia has been closed to traffic since 1967.

Tarvisio–Ljubljana Railway railway line

The Tarvisio–Ljubljana Railway is a partially closed to traffic international railway line between Italy and Slovenia. It was opened in 1870 as part of the Austro-Hungarian Rudolfsbahn railway network. Today, only the Slovenian section between Jesenice and Ljubljana is still open to traffic, as part of the main line between Ljubljana and Villach in Austria; the cross-border section between Jesenice and Tarvisio has been closed to traffic since 1967 and 1969.

Jesenice railway station

The Jesenice railway station is a railway station in the town of Jesenice, in northwestern Slovenia. It is operated by Slovenian Railways (SŽ).

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Train services

The station is served the following international service(s):

as well as by regional rail:

Preceding station  Trenitalia  Following station
toward  Wien Hbf
Railjet
toward  Wien Hbf
EuroNight
toward  Roma Termini
toward  Wien Hbf
EuroNight
toward  Milano Centrale
toward  Munich
EuroNight
toward  Wien Hbf
EuroNight
Terminus Treno regionale
Preceding station  ÖBB  Following station
toward  Villach Hbf
Treno regionale
toward  Udine

Bus services

See also

History of rail transport in Italy aspect of history

The Italian railway system is one of the most important parts of the infrastructure of Italy, with a total length of 24,227 km (15,054 mi).

Rail transport in Italy

The Italian railway system is one of the most important parts of the infrastructure of Italy, with a total length of 24,227 km (15,054 mi) of which active lines are 16,723 km. The network has recently grown with the construction of the new high-speed rail network. Italy is a member of the International Union of Railways (UIC). The UIC Country Code for Italy is 83.

Most railway stations in Italy are maintained and operated by RFI, a subsidiary of Ferrovie dello Stato Group. A minor part of them are operated by private and regional companies, conceded by the state.

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