FL3 (Lazio regional railways)

The FL3 (until 2012 FR3) is a commuter rail route. It forms part of the network of the Lazio regional railways (Italian: ferrovie regionali del Lazio), which is operated by Trenitalia, and converges on the city of Rome, Italy.[1]

Viterbo–Roma Ostiense

A TAF train at Roma Balduina.
Status Operational
Line number FL3
Locale Rome, Italy
Termini Viterbo Porta Fiorentina
Roma Tiburtina
Stations 26
Colour on map Blue fern
Website ATAC(in Italian)
Type Regional rail
System Lazio regional railways
Operator(s) Trenitalia
Rolling stock TAF
ALe 801/940
Carrozze piano ribassato
Daily ridership 60,000
Track length 88 km (55 mi)
Number of tracks 1/2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (

4 ft 8+12 in)

Electrification 3,000 VDC
Operating speed 43 km/h (27 mph) (ave)
Route map
The Lazio regional railways network.

The route operates over the infrastructure of the Rome–Capranica–Viterbo railway. Within the territory of the comune of Rome, it plays the role of a commuter railway. It is estimated that on average about 60,000 passengers travel on an FR3 train each day.[2]

The designation FL3 appears only in publicity material (e.g. public transport maps), in the official timetables, and on signs at some stations. The electronic destination boards at stations on the FL3 route show only the designation “R” and the relevant train number.[2]

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The FL3, a radial route, runs from Viterbo Porta Fiorentina, north west of Rome, in a south easterly direction, via the Rome–Capranica–Viterbo railway, to Roma San Pietro, and then around the southern side of Rome’s city centre to Roma Ostiense.[2]

The stations on the FR3 are as follows:[3]

  • Viterbo Porta Fiorentina
  • Viterbo Porta Romana
  • Tre Croci
  • Vetralla
  • Capranica-Sutri
  • Oriolo
  • Manziana-Canale Monterano
  • Bracciano
  • Vigna di Valle
  • Anguillara
  • Cesano di Roma (limit of urban service)
  • Olgiata
  • La Storta
  • La Giustiniana
  • Ipogeo degli Ottavi
  • Ottavia
  • Roma San Filippo Neri
  • Roma Monte Mario
  • Gemelli
  • Roma Balduina
  • Appiano
  • Valle Aurelia 
  • Roma San Pietro 
  • Quattro Venti
  • Roma Trastevere  
  • Roma Ostiense    

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