Indicators of modal integration
|Indicator||Unit of measure||Malpensa T1||Malpensa T2||Linate|
|Perception of the clarity, comphrensibility|
and effectiveness of the external signage
|% of satisfied passengers||2016 target||93.0%||93.0%||90.0%|
|Perception of the upgrading of city/airport links||% of satisfied passengers||2016 target||93.0%||93.0%||90.0%|
SEA has the task of supporting and promoting action plans for the upgrading of road and rail links to and from airports, in synergy with the relevant institutional bodies. Malpensa Airport is accessible from Milano Cadorna Station via the "Malpensa Express" rail service, with travel times starting from 29' and frequencies every 30', or by Trenitalia (arriving at Gallarate and continuing by bus or taxi). The road link is provided by the SS 336 (Busto Arsizio exit of the A8 motorway) and by the highway linking the A4 Turin-Milan motorway (Marcallo Mesero exit). Malpensa's two terminals are linked by a free shuttle service, and a rail link has recently been inaugurated. Linate airport, very close to the city of Milan, is served by bus to the city centre and by shuttles to the Central Station and Malpensa Airport.