Dossier. Infrastructure, Italy at a Crossroads
Dossier. Infrastructure, Italy at a Crossroads: Transports
Dossier. Infrastructure, Italy at a Crossroads: Networks
Dossier. Infrastructure, Italy at a Crossroads: Territories
New Mobility for the Country
From 2002 to date, 60 percent of state funding has gone to investments in roads and highways. Yet 42 percent of the national population lives in urban areas, where there is the largest infrastructure gap with respect to the rest of Europe, and above all, where we find most of the demand for transport. To deal with that demand, there should be an increase in the number of trains in circulation, starting in cities and in the South, to provide millions of people with an alternative to cars every day.#Legambiente has identified 26 projects whose completion is evidently in the general interest and that are particularly useful for commuters, because they regard popular routes and a user basin of over 12 million people distributed around Italy.