What is the goal of the investment?

The investments aim to re-qualify the stations in Southern Italy, improve the functionality of their buildings, the quality of services, energy efficiency levels and the development of intermodality between rail and road, as well as removing the environmental impact.

Total investment cost 700 million
  • Reduce the gaps in standards of living
  • Youth
  • Gender equality
Additional details

The envisaged interventions are different and have to do with urban hubs and metropolitan cities in Southern Italy, in addition to the re-qualification of important stations both for transport and tourism. The interventions will allow for an improvement in the efficiency of the services provided, the abatement of costs and energy impacts favouring the well-being of the environment and the re-qualification of entire urban areas, usually more predisposed to degradation.  The main stations that will be re-qualified will be those of Pescara, Potenza, Barletta, Lamezia Terme, Cosenza, Reggio Calabria Lido, Sapri, Oristano and Palermo Notarbartolo, Milazzo, Marsala and Syracuse. In total, the investment will enhance and render 38 rail way stations more accessible, in line with the dispositions of Directive 1300/2014 and the community norm regarding rail way safety. 

What are the benefits?

Stations in the South re-qualified for:
  • More efficient connections
  • Reduce delays
  • Improve the attractiveness of the territory, even for tourism
  • Decrease environmental impact
  • Re-qualify degraded urban areas
  • Incentivise mobility with public transport

Key steps and expected expenditure

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