is the main railway station of the Italian city of Sassari, the second largest city of Sardinia
. It is owned by the Ferrovie dello Stato (FS), the national rail company of Italy
, and also by the Ferrovie della Sardegna (FdS).
The station was inaugurated in 1884, when the FS line from Cagliari
Located in the north-western side of the city and in front of the downtown, the large station building has 3 floors. In front of it, since 2006, is located a tram stop of the new metro-tramway line. Track gauge used in the station is mainly standard (1,435) and partly narrow (950 mm). Narrow gauge is used by the 3 lines owned by the FdS. 3 terminal tracks, used by FdS trains, are located in north of the building. After the 3 passerby tracks served by platforms, there are other 4 tracks used for freight traffic.