Turin-Milan High-Speed Railway

Railways

Between May 2002 and March 2010 Spea has provided transport consultancy service on work supervision, coordination and planning, technical and administrative assistance for the Turin-Milan High-Speed Railway Line.

Project Data

Country: Italy
Location within country: Piemonte/Lombardia
Name of Client: FIAT S.p.A.
Time frame:2002 – 2010
Works amount: about € 3 billion

Services
  •  Project Management and Supervision
  •  Cost Engineering and Control
  •  Coordination and planning of activities during construction phase
  •  Environmental mitigation study
  •  Technical/administrative assistance
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Between May 2002 and March 2010 Spea has provided transport consultancy service on work supervision, coordination and planning, technical and administrative assistance for the Turin-Milan High-Speed Railway Line. The Turin-Milan High-Speed Railway Line has a total length of 125 km, of which 86,4 from Turin to Novara and 38,3 from Novara to Milan. Detected, bridges and viaducts are about 97% of the path (121 km), whereas 4 km are natural and artificial tunnels.

The Turin-Milan High-Speed Railway has been the first step towards the realization of the new high-speed railway corridor along Italy between Naples to Turin, recently fully operational. Spea contributed to ensure the opening of the first section Turin-Novara in time for the XX Olympic winter games in Turin. From the technical point of view, the railway has been designed as an high-speed and high-capacity line: this way, the railway represents a competitive system of both public and freight transport.