Around one in three commuter trains arriving at Romes Termini station are late, according to a survey conducted by Legambiente in March. Over a five-day period, 110 out of 340 trains monitored between 06.30 and 09.30 in the morning were delayed by more than five minutes. Of the four major city stations surveyed, Rome had the highest rate of late trains (32 per cent), followed by Milan Lambrate (19 per cent), Bologna Centrale (15 per cent) and Turin Porta Nuova (14 per cent). Trenitalia responded that the number of delayed trains has been falling since January.
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