>>1047150>Sounds very comfy, albeit in need of an update.
Being in Southern Italy, you may laugh at those updates... Like a new line being partially disabled soon after its inauguration, because of the "cut costs" epidemy. Or the double track South of Pompei, it's been 20 years in the making and is not yet even 30% complete, because "cut costs, cut costs" and every time they work 3 months and then stop 3-4 years before getting other funds.
Stations are at least 125 meters long, because train wagons are 40 meters (thus 80 or 120 if two or three). The area is so densely populated that most stations are less than 1000-1200 meters apart.>Latest trains at 9:30 seems terrible.
Until a few years ago one latest train from Sorrento was at 11:15pm (and the first train to Naples was at 4:30am), and then the usual "cut costs, cut, cut, cut" happened, killing a non trivial percentage of the touristic usage.
The most funny episode was about the introduction of the "Etr-200" series, rated to 120 km/hr (the railway is designed for 90 km/h only), with better acceleration and "eyeballs lost in space" braking (better than the classic trains - pic related - whose emergency brake is rated 0.136g, aka 1.33 m/s2).
Well, the new trains while accelerating require so much current they damaged the catenary when joined in three. This is why they are rarely used (and alone or in two).
Train tickets are somewhat cheap - 2.80 euros (less than 3$) for an one-way 30 km trip.