Love Train, a new service that aims to help people with mobility issues find alternative transport, has opened in Rome.

It connects to a train station via a new tram that connects to the station via an underground station.

The train is operated by the train company, Metro Rail, and costs €5.99.

The service can take up to two hours to reach the station.

The service runs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The fare for the service is €7.50, €7 for the two hours.

The number of people travelling on the service varies depending on the season.

The most popular time of day is from 10am to 6pm, while on weekends it is from 6am to 3pm.

The trains will depart from the Stationia Venezia, which is a new underground station with a capacity of 30,000.

It is located on Via di Nobile in the city’s south.

Metro Rail’s CEO Giovanni Perini said the service would provide “an efficient, comfortable and convenient way to get around the city and will provide a new way to connect people with transport needs.”