6.4 billion for subways and secondary roads


01/04/2022 – New injection of resources for sustainable mobility. The Unified Conference has given the green light to two decree schemes of the Minister of Sustainable Infrastructures and Mobility, in agreement with the Minister of Economy and Finance.

The decrees share:
– 1.7 billion euro to Regions, Provinces and Metropolitan Cities for the extraordinary maintenance of the secondary road network;
– over 4.7 billion euros to the metropolitan cities of Genoa, Milan, Naples, Rome and Turin for the upgrading of the underground lines and some tramways;

Maintenance of secondary roads: 1.7 billion

The decree scheme assigns 1.7 billion euros, foreseen in the latest Budget Law, for the maintenance of regional roads in the period 2022-2029. It is the first time, Mims underlines in a note, that a portion of state funds is earmarked for the maintenance of regional roads.

Specifically, the decree scheme allocates funding up to 2029 equal to 1.4 billion euros for interventions affecting the roads of provinces and metropolitan cities, and 255 million for similar interventions on regional roads (present only in some regions).

The interventions, right from the design stage, must be adequate to environmental criteriasuch as the preparation of a plan for the management of the waste produced, for analyzes aimed at avoiding possible interactions with water and soil, for the use of technologies with low environmental impact.

The resources can also be used to create route variants that may become necessary in the ad zones high hydrogeological risk.

The decree, explains Mims, is in continuity with the two decrees that last March 16 assigned a total of 2.7 billion until 2029 for the development and maintenance of roads, bridges and viaducts.

Rapid mass transport: 4.7 billion

The scheme of the decree on rapid mass transport divides over 4.4 billion euros, foreseen in the Budget law for 2022, and 333 million euros of residual resources of the Investment Fund, financing the projects of the already defined ranking.

Going into detail, 418.8 million euros are assigned to Genoa, 732.2 million euros to Milan, 796.8 million euros to Naples, 1.8 billion euros to Rome and 1 billion euros to Turin.

Projects admitted to funding include: in Genoa, the Skymetro Val Bisagno; in Milan, the extension of the M4 underground line to Linate and Segrate airports and the extension of the Gallarate depot for underground trains; in Naples two lots of the new connection between the Afragola high-speed station and the underground network; in Rome, the Piazza Venezia metro station, the extension of metro C and the new Termini-Vatican-Aurelio tram line; in Turin, the extension of line 2 of the automatic underground in the Politecnico-Rebaudengo section; to Piacenza 26.5 million for the bus between the railway station and the new hospital.

Source: Le ultime news dal mondo dell'edilizia by www.edilportale.com.

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