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Velostazioni

Leave your bike at the station

 

With the Ferrovienord Velostazioni, the bike + train integration is even safer. With protected deposits, access to which is regulated by the possession of the I travel card, the Velostazioni represent a plus for travelers who need their own bike to reach the station, or to move from the station.

 

To date, there are 24 Velostazioni for almost 2000 enclosed bicycle spaces. There are 17 Velostations accessible with the Io Viaggio card on the Ferrovienord rail network, the others are accessible in other ways indicated on the FERROVIENORD website. 

 

 

 

VELOSTAZIONI ACCESSIBLE WITH IO VIAGGIO CARD [View the Map]

 

Bollate Centro;*

Bollate Nord;*

Bovisio Masciago;*

Bruzzano; 

Busto Arsizio; 

Castano Primo;

Castellanza;

Cesano Maderno;*

Cesate;

Cislago;*

Como Borghi; 

Cormano-Cusano Milanino;

Garbagnate Parco delle Groane;

Gerenzano-Turate; 

Grandate;

Merone;

Milano Bruzzano Parco Nord;

Novate;*

Rovato FN;

Saronno; 

Turbigo; 

Vanzaghello-Magnago;

Varedo;*

Varese Casbeno;

Varese Nord

 

Network stations where there are bicycle depots accessible in different ways. All the info on Ferrovienord.it]

How to access the velostazioni?

Access is free and to access the bike storage spaces you must have an Itinero or io Viaggio card and be registered on the Trenord website.

On your personal page, click on the "Velostazioni" button and follow the instructions to enable your card when the gate of the station [up to 3 at the same time] you are interested in opens.

  Enabling is lightning fast and your bike will be safe.

Who the service is dedicated to

It is mainly a service designed for commuters or for those who make frequent trips but it can be useful for everyone, for those who have to leave the bike at the station to take the train to work or school, but also for those who want to have their bike once they get off the train, perhaps to reach work or school as an alternative to bike sharing services.