The Ponte dell’Industria in Rome reopens, which burned down on 3 October. After 70 days, the so-called ‘Iron Bridge’, an important infrastructure for the mobility of the Ostiense-Marconi neighborhoods, can be crossed again. The mayor inaugurated the reopening Roberto Gualtieri together with the councilor for Public Works Ornella Segnini, the transport owner Eugenio Patanè and the representatives of the municipalities concerned. Gualtieri spoke of a “rapid and timely reopening that restores oxygen to an entire quadrant”. Quotini announced that it is still the intention of the Capitol “to restructure it to increase its load and, although not substantially, its size”.
“Thanks to the whole team, starting from the councilors, Segnini and Patanè, to the offices and town halls. It was still the night of the first shift when we came here to see the flames, it was terrible. As soon as we took office we accelerated” to be able to reopen it, but ” It was quite simple. Being successful was a great merit of the whole team – said Gualtieri – Now we want to look forward to solving the historical problems of this bridge that was originally a railway bridge. The goal is to move the pedestrian crossing onto two walkways underneath. , eliminate pavements by creating an easier passage for cars and above all giving advantages to public transport “.
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