(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 07 – The Rome-Naples high-speed line will be reactivated at 2.30 pm today, with the circulation of high-speed trains gradually resuming as early as this afternoon. “This will also allow for the improvement of the circulation of commuter trains on conventional lines,” says a note from RFI. “In the morning of tomorrow it will be able to resume the normal scheduling of trains both between Rome and Naples and in the railway junctions of the two cities”, adds the note. The line was interrupted on the afternoon of Friday 3 June following the diversion of the tail locomotive of a high-speed train near Rome Prenestina.
“Over 70 technicians from Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (FS Italiane Group) have worked to renovate approximately one kilometer and three hundred meters of tracks, replace 400 meters of technological cables and restore 150 meters of the train’s electrical power supply. in less than 48 hours, they were able to take place in two steps: the first began on Sunday afternoon following the release from seizure of a part of the affected area; the second from yesterday evening when the Judicial Authority allowed the removal of the sidetracked locomotive thus freeing also the gallery “, concludes the note. (HANDLE).