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Roma Termini project enters next phase

Major works on a new gallery and multistory car park at Italy’s Roma Termini railway station are now underway.

The redevelopment, which is being completed in nine phases, comes 12 year’s after the station’s last overhaul to mark its Golden Jubilee.

The project is estimated to cost 83 million euros.

“It’s a technically very complex project,” said the chief executive of Grandi Stazioni, Fabio Battaggia.

“[It’s] A big challenge faced in unique conditions.

“We are building a tunnel services and a parking garage in the largest Italian station, in the city centre, ensuring the full exercise of the station, with the passage of more than 800 trains and 400,000 people every day.”


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