The FL1 is a regional rail route forming part of the Lazio regional railways network, operated by Trenitalia, converges on the city of Rome, Italy. The route operates over the infrastructure of the Florence–Rome railway, the Pisa–Livorno–Rome railway and the Rome–Fiumicino railway. Within the territory of the comune of Rome, it plays the role of a commuter railway, it is estimated. The designation FR1 appears only in publicity material, in the official timetables, on signs at some stations; the electronic destination boards at stations show only the designation "R1". Orte ↔ Fiumicino AeroportoThe FL1, a cross-city route, runs from Orte, in the province of Viterbo, in a southerly direction over the Florence–Rome railway as far as Roma Tiburtina, it continues, via the Pisa–Livorno–Rome railway east and south of Rome's city centre, to Roma Trastevere. It takes the Rome–Fiumicino railway to Fiumicino Aeroporto, in the comune of Fiumicino southwest of the city centre; the first FL1 services between Monterotondo-Mentana and Fiumicino Aeroporto went into operation during 1994, bringing about an increased frequency of services on the lines through Rome.
The route included hourly trains between Orte and Monterotondo-Mentana. Until 2000, the FL1 route divided into two sections near Fiumicino: one train in every four branched off to Fiumicino Città, while the remaining services headed towards Fiumicino Aeroporto. Upon the introduction of the new timetable in 2000, the Fiumicino Città station was closed. On 7 December 2006, the new Fiera di Roma railway station was opened to the public, included in the FL1 route; the stations on the FL1 are as follows: Orte Gallese in Teverina Civita Castellana-Magliano Collevecchio-Poggio Sommavilla Stimigliano Gavignano Sabino Poggio Mirteto Fara Sabina-Montelibretti Piana Bella di Montelibretti Monterotondo-Mentana Settebagni Fidene Nuovo Salario Val D'Ala Roma Nomentana Roma Tiburtina Roma Tuscolana Roma Ostiense Roma Trastevere Villa Bonelli Magliana Muratella Ponte Galeria Fiera di Roma Parco Leonardo Fiumicino Aeroporto LE The FL1 route is designated in Trenitalia official timetables as M70 Orte–Fara Sabina–Fiumicino FR1.
As of 2012, FL1 services operated between Fara Fiumicino every 15 minutes. As some FL1 services originated or terminated in Fara Sabina or Poggio Mirteto, the FL1 trains ran between Fara Sabina and Poggio Mirteto every 30 minutes, linked Poggio Mirteto and Orte every 60 minutes. History of rail transport in Italy List of railway stations in Lazio Rail transport in Italy Transport in Rome ATAC – official site ATAC map – schematic depicting all routes in the Rome railway networkThis article is based upon a translation of the Italian language version as at September 2012
Justin Champion is a British historian, head of the department of history at Royal Holloway, University of London between 2005 and 2010. Champion is a strong proponent of public history, he has presented or appeared in several TV and radio shows about British history, including the Channel 4 drama documentary The Great Plague in 2001, the ITV documentary series Kings and Queens in 2003 and the BBC Four programme Harlots and Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls - Act One: At Court in 2012. He has made history features for BBC Radio 3 and 4 on the Glorious Revolution of 1688, the execution of Charles I, the history of duelling and the history of friendship, he is President of the Historical Association and a member of its Committee of Public History. During his time as the head of the history department at Royal Holloway, the college began offering a Master of Arts programme in Public History in partnership with external heritage and media institutions. Champion holds a PhD from Cambridge University.
His research and teaching interests include the history of early modern ideas and irreligion in early modern Europe, Thomas Hobbes, Biblical criticism, urban disease, the history of reading and scholarship, the use of information technology in the study of history. He is working on the thought and influence of Thomas Hobbes' radical criticism of public religion and its relationship with the early Enlightenment. Champion stepped down as the head of the history department at Royal Holloway in 2010, but has continued to teach at the college. Republican Learning. John Toland and the crisis of Christian culture, 1696-1722 John Toland Nazarenus 1718 "Bibliography and Irreligion: Richard Smith’s ‘Observations’", The Seventeenth Century X "John Toland: The Politics of Pantheism", Revue de Synthèse 4 ser. "Relational Databases and the Great Plague" in History and Computing "Legislators and the Politic Origins of Religion: English Theories of Imposture from Stubbe to Toland" in RH Popkin, S Berti Heterodoxy and Freethought Europe’s Enlightenment and National Historiographies Europa London’s Dreaded Visitation: The Social Geography of the Great Plague 1665 Epidemic Diseases in London The Pillars of Priestcraft Shaken: The Church of England and its Enemies 1660–1730 Faculty webpage MA in Public History