What were they thinking when they had this designed?
As a matter of fact this is a quick shot (taken running for a train, so I think I can plead guilty with an explanation for the sheer unfocusness of the picture) of the new Trenitalia1 timetable.
This is a sheet of paper roughly the size of a small table2 you usually find exposed on walls3 in Italian stations, detailing daily departures. A similar one details arrivals.
What you can see on the left is the corner of my newspaper, for comparison.
So: you are in a railway station, more than often you may be in a hurry, or you use the train seldom, have eye issues, language problems, and you have to read through this to find your train and track?