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The regional railways and most regional bus routes are run by Campania regional-transport operator Ente Autonomo Volturno (EAV). Naples has an extensive historical surburban rail network which is managed by Campania regional-transport operator Ente Autonomo Volturno (EAV).
The sole-shareholder company EAV is based on corporate bylaws dating back to 2012 and came into being via the incorporation of three older companies, the idea being to form one single comprehensive transport provider for the Campania Region. Previously, the network was covered by separate operators, namely : (Circumvesuviana to the east, MetroCampania Nordest to the north, and SEPSA to the west).
EAV trains currently has an annual ridership of 55 million passengers. Five Circumvesuviana lines link the centre of Naples to the surrounding area around Mount Vesuvius.
The Naples-Sorrento line serves the stations of Pompeii and Herculaneum Scavi from which there is a bus-transfer service to Mount Vesuvius, and Sorrento from which is a bus connection to the Amalfi-coast.
EAV manages two former Sepsa lines situated in the western area of Naples, i.e. Cumana and Circumflegrea which both connect Montesanto to Torregaveta.
There are two suburban railways operated by EAV: Naples - Piedimonte Matese and Naples – Benevento.
Work has begun on the Piscinola-Aversa Centro line to upgrade the structure to metropolitan standards. The first underground section, inaugurated between Piscinola and Mugnano, was opened in July 2005, whereas the whole metro line was extended up to Aversa Centro in 2009. Plans exist to extend the line to International Airport of Napoli – Capodichino.