Urban mobility is currently undergoing somewhat of a paradigm shift. What once was the exclusive domain of private cars, now offers a myriad of intermodal transportation solutions, demonstrating a marked shift in the way individuals traverse towns and cities. The boundaries of such areas are increasingly defined by the time…
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Signalling experts Fabio Senesi and Gabriele Ridolfi from Italy’s railway network owner RFI take a look at the current status of ERTMS/ETCS in Italy, plus examine the future development of signalling systems for the country.
1 August 2008 | By Michele Mario Elia, Chief Executive Officer, RFI
Michele Mario Elia, Chief Executive Officer of RFI – the Italian Railway Network company, and wholly owned subsidiary of Ferrovie dello Stato SpA since September 2006, is a railway veteran who knows how to combine hard work with good humour. In an interview for Global Railway Review, Mr. Elia discusses…
28 November 2006 | By Giovanni Costa, Responsible for the High-Speed/High-Capacity Net Project of the Financial Division of RFI
The Italian transport system is strongly unbalanced in favour of the road and motorway network. Giovanni Costa, Responsible for the High-Speed/High-Capacity Net Project of the Financial Division of RFI, explained to the Global Railway Review that the constant growing demand for the movement of persons and freight is fulfilled increasingly…
3 November 2005 | By Mauro Moretti, Managing Director, RFI (Rete Ferroviaria Italiana)
The Euro is not sufficient to unite Europe: an international railways system is needed to sweep away the borders between the different States by overcoming technological barriers and to compete with air, inland-water and road transport.