Piazza Freud, 1
For information on the accessibility of the railway station, please visit the RFI website (Italian Railway Network).
An assistance service for passengers with reduced mobility is available at the station; for information and reservations, please visit this web site
The station is served by the underground lines M2 and M3 run by the ATM company and by many lines of the Passante Railway.
For information on accessibility, please visit:
the ATM website
Milano Mobilità website
In the square in front of the station, near the entrance, there are three parking spaces for disabled pass holders; in the square there is a paying car park with automatic payment machine.
The stretch from the parking lot to the entrance of the station does not have obstacles to mobility and has a tactile route for people with visual impairment.
For information on the traffic and the stop in Milan, please visit this web site
In the station
The station is spread over 3 floors, connected to each other by an accessible glass elevator, open from 5 to 11 pm (wide cabin, acoustic and visual signal of arrival at the floor, level buttons panel with embossed Braille printing).
The ground floor directly overlooks Piazza Freud and houses the accessible tracks from 1 to 13. The first floor houses the ticket office of Trenord, accessible without obstacles, and some automatic ticket machines.
In the basement there are: some automatic ticket machines; toilets accessible to people with disabilities; accessible elevators leading to tracks from 14 to 20; turnstiles to get to the M2 and M5 underground trains and the turnstiles of the Passante Railway.
Connections between Underground and Passante Railway
From the turnstiles of the Passante Railway you go down to the tracks of the trains of the suburban public transport service through accessible elevators. From the turnstiles of underground M2 you go down to the level of the M2 tracks by stairlift in both directions.
To reach the level of the tracks of underground M5 you pass the turnstiles of the M2 line and, through a path of about 50 m, you reach the accessible elevator that leads to the tracks.
Orientation signage for visually impaired people. Tactile routes and tactile maps from the entrance to the tracks.
The public information systems of the station are:
- paper (timetable for arrivals / departures)
- visual (monitors)