Cumana Line of Naples

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Cumana tickets change based on the distance to the destination and the type of transport taken.
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The things you need to know

The times of the cumana are not always the same. In summer, the summer time is in force, while in winter the winter time applies
Unfortunately the Cumana trains are not always on time and suffer from cancellations
The ticket must be purchased before entering the station when passing the turnstiles
The ticket must be stamped or activated at the turnstiles, but they are not present in all stations
Tickets cannot be purchased on board
The service is managed by EAV so ANM tickets cannot be used
You can enter with the contactless ticket via TapIn and TapOut (Bancomat, Mastercard, Visa)
You can buy a digital ticket via the GoEav App
Trains are often very crowded

What time does the Cumana open

05:21 Montesanto
04:55 Fuorigrotta
05:27 Torregaveta
05:24 Fusaro

What time does the Cumana close

22:41 Montesanto
22:45 pm Corso V. Emanuele
22:48 Fuorigrotta
22:22 Torregaveta

How Contactless tickets work and why you need to pay attention to TapIn and TapOut

Unlike many other European metropolises, in Naples the differentiation of routes and companies has complicated the creation of contactless payment via credit and debit cards, as the cost of the trip varies according to the distance traveled (divided into bands).

To overcome this problem, TAPin and TAPout have been introduced, i.e. the payment card must be passed to the reader both at the entrance. both at the exit, often that of the exit is usually present near the turnstiles before the exit.

The system will thus automatically calculate the appropriate figure based on the exit band, while in case of missed TAPout will charge the highest amount for the entire route.

What are the stops

Montesanto
Corso Vittorio Emanuele
Fuorigrotta
Show
Edenlandia
Agnano
Bagnoli
spa
Gerolomini
Cappuccini
Pozzuoli
Shipyards
Happy Arch
Lucrino
Bay
Fusaro

The history of the Cumana of Naples

La Cumana railway of Naples it is one of the main public transport routes in the Phlegraean area. Inaugurated in 1892, it was actually already in service since 1889.
Established as a steam railway, with the intent of providing an economic rail transport linking Naples and Torregaveta via Pozzuoli and Cuma, it was finally electrified in the 1927.

During the construction of the Mostra d'Oltremare (1936 - 1940) its track in the fuorigrotta area was modified with the burying of the tracks and the construction of the tunnel up to "Mostra", works that were carried out in 1938 when the "Società per the Neapolitan Railways ”was replaced by SEPSA (Society for the Exercise of Public Services Anonymous).

During the 2005 work began on the rebuilding of the Montesanto station, then completed in 2008.
The Cumana is connected, through the Montesanto terminus, both with the Funicolare that with the Subway 2 Line with Montesanto station a short distance away.

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