Comfort and high speed, which have always been distinctive traits of the travel experience on Italo, are now also found on Italobus, the new Italo-branded bus line, run by private operators that are active throughout Italy.
Italo, in fact, is not only trains, and strongly believes in intermodal road/rail transport. That is why, at the end of 2015, Italo inaugurated a service able to connect the high speed trains with the cities that are not served by the trains.
Italobus makes it possible for passengers to reach some high-speed stations without the hassle of driving, paying tolls and parking near the station.
Italobus connects the high speed rail stations, by means of latest-generation buses to: Mantova, Parma, Cremona, Modena, Bergamo, Capriate, Orio al Serio, Longarone, Tai di Cadore, Valle di Cadore, Venas, Peaio, Vodo, Borca di Cadore, San Vito di Cadore, Cortina, Picerno, Potenza, Albano di Lucania, Ferrandina, Matera, Sala Consilina, Lauria, Frascineto (Castrovillari) Cosenza, Caserta, Benevento, Pompei e Sorrento.