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Implementing a new business model for flexible mobility

8 June 2018 | By ,

Giorgio Ambrosino, Director, and Saverio Gini, Senior Project Manager, both from MemEx, present the Flexible Mobility Centre concept, demonstrating its upcoming real-life implementation on Tuscany’s Elba Island, and explaining the need to reconcile and enhance the two parallel axes of urban mobility by testing and demonstrating innovative mobility solutions.


Italy orders 22 new electric buses

14 July 2017 | By Intelligent Transport

Italy has ordered 22 Solaris Bus & Coach electric buses comprising 12 Urbino 12 electric for ATB Bergamo and ten of the same for ATM Milano.


Ensuring security of Europe’s public transport systems

19 October 2016 | By Mauro Borioni, Project Manager, SRM – Bologna’s Mobility and Public Transport Authority

This article gives a brief overview of two EU-funded projects – P-REACT and EUSTO – that aimed in varying ways to tackle antisocial behaviour and ‘volume’ crimes, with a view to protecting Europe’s public transport systems. Mauro Borioni, Project Manager, SRM – Bologna’s Mobility and Public Transport Authority – explains…


Bikes and Heavy Vehicles: Pay attention to Blind Spots!

30 June 2016 | By Mauro Borioni, SRM (Public Transport Authority in Bologna) and Prof. Andrea Simone, University of Bologna

Mauro Borioni and Prof. Andrea Simone discuss the conflict between bikes and heavy vehicles and highlight a recent initiative in Bologna that raises awareness amongst cyclists.


CAF to supply new units to Naples Metro Line 1

20 June 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport

Neapolitan public transport operator ANM (Azienda Napoletana Mobilità) has awarded a contract to supply ten 6-car units to Naples Metro Line 1 to CAF.


Transport Accessibility supplement 2016

25 February 2016 | By

In our first-ever Accessibility Supplement, Dora Ramazzotti at SRM gives an overview of how accessible Bologna’s public transport network is, and Ezio Castagna from CTM explains how Cagliari is investing in vehicles and infrastructure to enhance accessibility. Plus Gunta Anca from the EDF says that the industry must do more…


Improving public transport services in Rome

2 September 2015 | By Giuseppe Noia, Chief Communications and Public Affairs Officer, Atac S.p.A

Giuseppe Noia, Chief Communications and Public Affairs Officer of Rome’s public transport company Atac S.p.A, outlines what is currently being done to improve public transport services in the city – improvements that are necessary to secure the overall future operation of the company...


A driverless decision for Milan’s metro Line 5

20 August 2014 | By Carlo Bianco, Operations Director for Automatic Metro Lines at ATM

The first two sections of Milan’s first fully-automated driverless metro line (Line 5) are now operational. Carlo Bianco – Operations Director for Automatic Metro Lines at ATM – explains the reasons behind going driverless, the technology operating the trains and safeguarding passengers, plus future line expansion details.


Building on the success of Italy’s first underground VAL network

22 August 2013 | By Giancarlo Guiati, Sole Administrator, Infra.To

Infratrasporti.To S.r.l. (Infra.To) is a company owned exclusively by the City of Turin. The purpose of the company is to own and manage existing infrastructure and to plan and construct new infrastructure, including railways for passenger and freight transportation (both public and private) in accordance with legislation governing the operation…