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Open distance

Open distance

Hydrogen mobility – an effective alternative for LPT

Bolzano and Rome compared

MaaS, autonomous vehicles or drones?

Reflections on the future of mobility

Maintenance, Maintainability and Upkeep – a look.

Intervention strategies to safeguard infrastructure in Italy

Suburban Infrastructure for E-Buses

Design challenges and feasible answers

Ensuring the safety and efficiency of the infrastructural heritage

Seismic vulnerability checks and visual-inspectional surveys of bridges

System Dynamics at the European Transport Conference

How to evaluate the long-term impacts of public transport systems

Feasibility project for the new Ponte della Becca

An example of integrated design

The European Transport Conference 2020

International mobility experts in conference, online for the first time

Current prospects and future scenarios for Global Cities

How is the urbanisation process changing our world?

The new ‘smart hub’ at Milano Linate

Modern spaces and innovative services for urban and extra-regional mobility

Energy saving and environmental awareness

Significant experiences in Italy and Europe

Real and virtual in the street of the future

The integration between digital and analogic is radically changing our way of designing infrastructure and crossing the world

The road as an intelligent flow of data and information

The Smart Road has attracted the attention of sector players – how can its performance be improved?

Cycleways for the redevelopment of the country

The Italian situation

Landscape, a bridge between past and future

Sustainability, an essential resource for designing the landscape and planning the infrastructure – the bridge over the Ticino at Oleggio.
Elaborazione grafica: NET Engineering

Corridors as city networks

An alternative approach to the regulation of the area and infrastructure policies

The St Gothard railway

Developments and potential of the alpine crossings

Intermodal transport in the Mediterranean

Strategic infrastructure for a growing and renewing area

European High Speed corridors in Roman times

The road network of ancient Rome – an example for today’s designers

High Speed changes geography

A reflection on the Italian experience