Saronno - Milano Passante - Lodi
The Suburban line S1 Saronno-Milano Passante-Lodi is part of Route 36.
Find out if the route is in bonus and you can purchase the monthly pass with a 30% discount.
TRAVEL SAFELY: even on suburban lines you must sit until all seats are available.
Due to local public transport regulations, all seats on the train must be occupied. It is necessary to sit until exhaustion of seats, spreading out in all the train carriages. It is necessary to avoid gatherings in the corridors and for the duration of the trip wear the mask on your nose and mouth
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Find out more on the Saronno - Milano Passante - Lodi line
The Suburban S1 Saronno - Milano Passante - Lodi line serves, with a connection every 30 minutes, in both directions, all the stations between Saronno and Lodi, including those where the trains of the regional and regioexpress lines do not stop.
The trains of the Suburban S1 Saronno - Milano Passante - Lodi line depart from the Saronno log tracks, run along the entire line, stopping at all the stations, and, once in Milano Bovisa, enter the Passante Ferroviario, where you can make an interchange with other suburban lines. In Milano Rogoredo the line exits the Passante Ferroviario. Here you can find matches with numerous lines: regional, regioexpress and suburban. In addition to Trenord services, some high-speed and long-distance trains also stop in Milano Rogoredo.
In the Milano Rogoredo station there is the yellow line M3 of the underground and various surface services, both urban and extra-urban. Milano Rogoredo station is not far from the Sky Italia headquarters and the Santa Giulia district.
From Milano Rogoredo they make all the stops up to Lodi, where it will be possible to change with the lines for Piacenza and Mantova.
The journey from Saronno to Milano Bovisa takes about 25 minutes, the crossing of the Passante Ferroviario, from Milano Bovisa to Milano Rogoredo takes almost half an hour, as does the journey from Lodi to Milano Rogoredo.
The infrastructure, i.e. the station buildings, the tracks, the exchanges, the level crossings and the overhead line that powers the trains, of the Suburban S1 Saronno - Milano Passante - Lodi line is under mixed management: from Saronno to Milano Bovisa is managed by the company FERROVIENORD, while in the Passante Ferroviario and from Milan Rogoredo to Lodi, it is managed by the company RFI. Each infrastructure manager uses its own numbering to identify all trains, for this reason the S1 trains indicated with two different numbers.
The Suburban S1 Saronno - Milano Passante - Lodi line crosses the provinces of Milano and Monza and Brianza, where the STIBM integrated tariff system is in force. You can find more information on how it works in the dedicated section of our site.
How long is the trip from Saronno to Lodi?
The distance between Saronno and Lodi is 56 km.
The Trenord railway service of the Suburban S1 Saronno - Milano Passante - Lodi line connects Saronno to Lodi in approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Trains stop at all stations.
- From Saronno: first train 6:08 am; last train 21:08;
- From Lodi: first train at 5:53 am; last train 20:23, then a train every 30 minutes ending in Milano Bovisa, until 22:53
How much does the Saronno-Lodi ticket cost?
From Saronno to Lodi the 2nd class price for a Trenord ticket is 5.50€.
Line S1 crosses the provinces of Milan and Monza and Brianza, where the STIBM integrated tariff system is in force.You need to purchase an integrated STIBM ticket only to travel between two stations, both in the STIBM area.
Which are the stops of the S1 Saronno-Lodi line?
The suburban Trenord S1 Saronno-Milano Passante-Lodi service stops at:
Saronno Sud, Caronno Pertusella, Cesate, Garbagnate Milanese, Garbagnate Parco Groane, Bollate Nord, Bollate Centro, Novate Milanese, Milano Quarto Oggiaro, Milano Bovisa Politecnico, Milano Lancetti, Milano Porta Garibaldi Passante, Milano Repubblica, Milano Porta Venezia, Milano Dateo, Milano Porta Vittoria, Milano Rogoredo, San Donato Milanese, Borgolombardo, San Giuliano Milanese, Melegnano, San Zenone al Lambro, Tavazzano.