You can find on this page the Milan trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Milan trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Milan in Lombardy - Italy.
The Milan rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Milan trains. This railway map of Milan will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The Milan rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Suburban Railway Service (called S ) consists of 8 lines that connect Milan to the greater metropolitan area as you can see in Milan rail map: S1 ( Lodi -) Milano Rogoredo - Saronno, S2 Milano Rogoredo - Seveso (- Mariano Comense ), S3 Milano Cadorna - Saronno, S4 Milano Cadorna - Camnago- Lentate (/ Meda ), S5 Varese - Treviglio, S6 Novara - Pioltello -Limito (- Treviglio), S8 Milano Porta Garibaldi - Carnate - Usmate - Lecco, S9 Milano San Cristoforo - Seregno, S10 Milano Rogoredo - Milano Bovisa - Malpensa International Airport, S11 Milano Porta Garibaldi - Chiasso.
Line M5 is divided in two sections as its shown in Milan rail map. The first section will run from the northern city limits (via Bignami) to Porta Garibaldi railway station, connecting with line M3 at Zara, and to both M2 and suburban railways at Porta Garibaldi. The second section will stretch from Porta Garibaldi to San Siro Stadium running north west of the city of Milan. The first section is completed and is now being tested. It is going to open in late 2012. The second section is under construction and is expected to be completed by 2015. Both M4 and M5 trains will be completely automatic and driverless, similar to those of Copenhagen metro, and fed through a third rail system, thus marking the third different feeding on Milan Metro (after the fourth rail of M1, and the catenary on M2 and M3).
The Suburban Railway Service Lines in Milan comprises 10 lines and connects the metropolitan area with the city centre through the Milan Passerby underground railway. Milano Centrale is the main railway station of Milan , Italy , and one of the main railway stations in Europe as its mentioned in Milan rail map. The station is a railway terminus and was officially inaugurated in 1931 to replace the old central station (1864), which was a transit station and could not handle the new traffic caused by the opening of the Simplon tunnel in 1906.