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Four areas of intervention for a more human, welcoming, efficient and future-oriented city of Rome.

Culture

We focus on the beauty, knowledge, and regenerative capacity of culture: a unique heritage and a great development engine for the city.

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Inclusion

We make Rome, for over 2,000 years a city of welcome and inclusion, even more just, open, united, and supportive. 

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Innovation

We valorise science, research, and innovation, which have always been in Rome's DNA, to generate opportunities, work, and wellbeing for a city 'looking to the future'. 

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Sustainability

We carry forward the sustainable revolution to transform Rome into a more liveable, more connected, and even more beautiful city. 

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The eternal city changes forever

Once again, Rome is transformed and reborn. Thanks to an unprecedented investment season, we have the opportunity to implement an incredible regeneration project that will involve several areas of the city.
Our mission is to use these extraordinary resources to create a harmonious development model, to reconstruct a virtuous relationship between urban fabric and people, between city and environment, to mend tears and to enhance the capital's exceptional heritage.

WITHOUT CONSTRUCTION SITES THERE WOULD BE NO INCONVENIENCES TODAY, BUT NEITHER A BETTER FUTURE TOMORROW.

Roberto Gualtieri

Interventions

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  • Inclusione
    INCLUSION

    18/12/2023

    Housing first - Un tetto con cura (Villa Glori - Viale di Villa Glori, 27)

    The “Un tetto con cura” project aims to provide long-term temporary assistance, up to 24 months, through the provision of accommodation in flats located in small groups in the area. This solution is aimed at individuals, small groups or families in situations of extreme hardship, who cannot immediately access public housing and who require continuous support. An individualised project, aimed at activating the personal resources of the individual or the family unit, will foster paths to autonomy and capacity-building.

    Projects will focus on several aspects, including:

    • individual paths to overcome the emergency situation;
    • accompaniment and coordination with territorial services for long-term planning;
    • cooperation with other institutions, such as prison facilities, justice services and the judiciary.

     

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  • Sostenibilità
    SUSTAINABILITY

    22/02/2024

    Extraordinary maintenance of municipal road pavements – Municipality XV

    In view of the Jubilee 2025, Roma Capitale is organising various maintenance and improvement works on pavements to optimise the pedestrian traffic throughout the city, facilitating the movement of pilgrims and tourists. Each of Rome's 15 municipalities will be responsible for resurfacing local pavements, with a focus on connections between neighbourhoods. A budget of 15 million euro is planned for the work, which will be allocated through a framework agreement to simplify procedures. The interventions will include the redevelopment of existing pavements with furniture elements such as pedestrian barriers or flower boxes, the removal of architectural barriers with the addition of ramps, and the maintenance of sensitive routes.

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  • Via Boncompagni rigenerazione urbana
    SUSTAINABILITY

    08/03/2024

    Urban regeneration of Via Boncompagni


    The Boncompagni project represents the first intervention of multi-purpose urban regeneration in the heart of the Central Business District of Rome. The activity will include four main elements: 

    • a modern office building of approximately 17,000 square metres, situated along Via Boncompagni and Via Romagna, characterised by a contemporary glass façade, a double-height entrance lobby, terraces, and exclusive services and commercial premises;
    • the redevelopment of an existing building of approximately 4,200 square metres, intended for office spaces, with particular attention to the conservation and valorisation of the historical façade along Via Sicilia;
    • a high-standard residential building of approximately 7,500 square metres, located on the corner between Via Boncompagni and Via Puglie;
    • a multifunctional space inside the Church of Saint Lawrence, located on the corner between Via Sicilia and Via Puglie.

    The most iconic building, called the Glass Building, will feature a curved glass façade designed by Mad, which will guarantee abundant natural light and transparency to the premises. The building will be able to accommodate up to 1,600 people in modern and efficient offices, in compliance with the best international sustainability standards.

    The second building, known as the Brick Building, is characterised by a strong historical identity given by the brick façade on Via Sicilia. Despite having smaller dimensions than the Glass Building, its design has achieved the same level of certifications. 

    The residential building will host 38 apartments of different types, characterised by a modern and functional design.

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  • Inclusione
    INCLUSION

    10/05/2024

    J. Pintor energy efficiency interventions

    The project is related to several energy efficiency interventions of the De Gasperi Comprehensive Institute, J. Pintor complex. Activities will include: 

    • Restoration of ruined plasters;
    • Replacement of the shading fixtures;
    • Revamping;
    • Adaptation of the electrical system. 
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  • Sostenibilità
    SUSTAINABILITY

    21/05/2024

    Regeneration of the former Alitalia business district in Muratella (Rome)

    Starting from April 2024, the regeneration process of the former Alitalia business centre in Muratella was started with the demolition operations of the B-C-D-E buildings, as part of a redevelopment project for the entire area of approximately 106,756.00 square metres. The area had been abandoned and derelict for almost 15 years following the closure of Alitalia's headquarters, which was inaugurated in 1991 as a state-of-the-art business centre.

    The project involves the construction of around 1,300 dwellings, 320 of which are to be rented at subsidised rents for social housing, as well as a school complex (with a primary and secondary school) with an auditorium, a supermarket and nearby commercial activities. The aim is also to implement a mobility system that encourages the use of public transport and the sharing of means of transport, namely bike sharing, car pooling and car sharing.

    Another important component of the project is the environmental enhancement of the area, through the creation of new green areas, pedestrian and cycling paths, in close connection with the Tenuta dei Massimi Natural Reserve.

    The project will be divided into two main areas: the building subdivision, which will include the construction of residential and commercial buildings as well as public infrastructure (such as a school with an auditorium); and the public areas to be redeveloped, which will include green spaces, road infrastructure and parking.

    The building subdivision will be organised around a pedestrian plaza, crossed by a central pedestrian and cycle path linking the different areas of the neighbourhood. The demolition work should take a maximum of 18 months. The entire complex should be completed within 5 years.

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  • Cultura
    CULTURE

    06/12/2023

    Interventions to promote eco-efficiency and reduce the energy consumption in theatres and movie theatres owned by Roma Capitale Casa del Cinema

    The 10 planned interventions aim at improving safety and hospitality in theatre and movie theatre spaces, as well as optimising the performance and functionality of the rooms through eco-efficiency and the reduction of energy consumption. 

    The funded projects involve eight theatres and two movie theatres owned by Roma Capitale, including Teatro Argentina, Teatro Costanzi (Rome Opera Theatre Foundation), Teatro Quarticciolo, Teatro Torlonia, Teatro India (room A and room B), Teatro Tor Bella Monaca (room A and room B), Teatro del Lido di Ostia, Globe Theatre, Casa del Cinema and Cinema Aquila.

    More specifically, the project actions will focus on:

    • the restoration of materials in compliance with the regulations;
    • the elimination of hazards deriving from damaged parts;
    • the creation and/or revision of electrical and special systems, integrated with energy consumption efficiency control systems;
    • the revision or replacement of heating/air conditioning systems, to improve the overall management of theatres and movie theatres.

    These interventions will improve the audience experience, ensuring a safer, more comfortable and energy-efficient environment in theatres and movie theatres.

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  • Sostenibilità
    SUSTAINABILITY

    22/12/2023

    Bridge Maintenance Plan

    The plan includes maintenance work on joints, supports, water collection systems, cleaning up weeds, replacing guardrail barriers, and upgrading the pavement. The areas covered by the intervention will be:

    • Ponte Marconi; 
    • Viaduct at Via Palmiro Togliatti overpassing Via Collatina Vecchia and the FS line;
    • Ramp connecting A24 and East Orbital Road (Tangenziale Est); 
    • Via Nomentana flyover at Caserma Aimone Bianchi height overpassing the East Orbital Road;
    • Elevated causeway from the Prenestina interchange;
    • Ponte della Scafa;
    • Via Alessandro Ruspoli/Dragoncello pedestrian bridge;
    • Cristoforo Colombo Viaduct;
    • Via Mario Pastore Highway A1 Flyover;
    • Via Flaminia Bridge;
    • Flyover of Via Leone XIII overpassing Via Aurelia antica (Villa Doria Pamphili);
    • Bridge in Via Portuense over the Fosso della Magliana;
    • Cristoforo Colombo flyover overpassing Via Dell’Atletica and Viale Del Pattinaggio;
    • Cristoforo Colombo Viaduct over EUR Pond;
    • Elio Chianesi overpass GRA flyover;
    • Foro Italico flyover (Ponte Morandi) on Corso Francia;
    • Tangenziale Est (East Orbital Road), sections from Viale Castrense and Via Prenestina;
    • Viaduct of Via Tuscolana;
    • Viale Duilio Cambellotti;
    • Tor Bella Monaca viaduct on Via Aspertini;
    • Ponte di Salone over the Aniene River;
    • Via Del Fuoco Sacro Flyover on Via Tor Bella Monaca;
    • Zelia Nuttal Viaduct;
    • Eur Pond Viaduct;
    • Bridge of Via della Stazione di Cesano;
    • Gronchi Viaduct;
    • Via Vigne Nuove Viaduct;
    • Del Cavaliere Viaduct;
    • Foro Italico Viaduct (Ponte Morandi); 
    • Ponte Sant'Angelo;
    • Ponte Milvio.

    At present, about 12 km of infrastructure including bridges and viaducts have already been upgraded. 

     

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  • Sostenibilità
    SUSTAINABILITY

    29/02/2024

    Extraordinary maintenance of the main access road network: redevelopment of green area works

    The proposed intervention relates to the resurfacing of the main roads called "vie Consolari", conducted by ANAS S.p.A. By means of an agreement, the company will be responsible for drafting, approving and implementing the projects with the support of Roma Capitale and Città Metropolitana. The work will be carried out at night, between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m., following a precise timetable in order to limit the inconvenience to citizens and to ensure traffic flow on the roads affected by the works.

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  • Render Metro C Stazione Colosseo/Fori Imperiali
    SUSTAINABILITY

    09/04/2024

    Metro C: Colosseo/Fori Imperiali Station

    Line C:

    The project for Line C of the Rome Metro, the third line envisaged by the Town General Plan, aims to directly connect currently distant areas and neighbourhoods by crossing the city from northwest to southeast. Once completed, Line C will increase the development of the existing metro network by more than 50%.

    The "Fundamental Route" of Line C, extended over a length of 25.5 km and equipped with 29 stations, begins on the surface in the territory of the Municipality of Monte Compatri and follows the route of the existing Termini-Pantano railway. Subsequently, it descends underground just before the Grande Raccordo Anulare, crossing the historic centre to the Mazzini neighbourhood. Along its route, Line C intersects Line A (San Giovanni and Ottaviano), Line B (Colosseo), the future Line D (Venezia) creating an effective "network effect".

    The route, now fully funded, is divided into sections whose construction began with those further east: T2 under design, T3 under construction, T4-T5, T6 and T7 with the Granite Depot/Workshop, completed and operational. The subdivision of the Fundamental Route into sections derives from the different progress state of the designs at the time of the inclusion of the work in the Objective Law (2003), with the consequent approval and financing procedures. 

    The route of the T3 Section, which falls entirely within a historical-monumental context unique in the world, develops for a total length of about 3 km from Piazzale Appio to Via dei Fori Imperiali. The project includes 2 stations, Porta Metronia and Colosseo/Fori Imperiali, two multifunctional shafts, respectively in the gardens of Via Sannio and Piazza Celimontana, and 2 line tunnels of 5.8 m in diameter each, almost entirely made with TBM.

    The part of Section T3, which includes the line tunnels from San Giovanni to Via Sannio (built using the traditional method), the multifunctional shaft in Via Sannio, and the section of the line tunnels to Porta Metronia Station (built using mechanised excavation through TBM), has already been delivered to the Administration with minutes of advance delivery art. 200 Presidential Decree 554/99 dated 18/06/2021, and was then subject to the authorisation for operation by Lazio Region Decree No. G10991 dated 11/08/2022. The early completion of this part made it available to the Merchant a railway communication (at the multifunctional shaft) through which the reversal of the trains upstream of the current provisional terminus of San Giovanni can take place, thus allowing the use of both station platforms.

    At the moment, the construction of the remaining part of the Section is being completed, with the two stations and the Celimontana shaft: the civil works are substantially completed and progress is being made with the architectural finishes and the plant part, both station and line. As of 31/12/2023 (SAL 63 as of 31/08/2023) there is a total accounted amount of € 583,118,525.58 plus VAT, which represents about 86% of the total contractual amount (€ 676,601,467.92 plus VAT). The net amount accounted for the works only is € 492,322,455.73 plus VAT, corresponding to about 89% of the total reference amount from the updated Economic Framework, which amounts to € 553,539,226.11 plus VAT.

    In particular, the value of the works of the stations with respect to the total works (about 550 million euros) amounts to: about 90 million for the Porta Metronia station, 120 for the Colosseo/Fori Imperiali station, 200 for the line tunnels, 80 for the plants, and 60 for the remaining items (shafts, special works and more).

    Colosseo/Fori Imperiali Station:

    The Colosseo/Fori Imperiali station of Line C of the Rome metro extends below Via dei Fori Imperiali, positioning itself between the Colosseum and the area in front of the Basilica of Maxentius. This station will be equipped with two distinct entrances: one on the Clivo di Acilio side and the other on the Clivo di Venere Felice side, thus allowing an interchange with Line B.

    The Colosseo/Fori Imperiali station will provide access to the platforms of the Colosseo station of Line B via a direct underground link, part of which will overpass the tunnel of the Colosseo station of Line B and enter the Colosseum Shaft (Pozzo Colosseo). This new structure, made with the top-down method between reinforced concrete diaphragms, extends for about 240 metres, with a width ranging from 30 to 60 metres and a depth of 32 metres from the street level, divided into five levels.

    The area where the station is located is of considerable historical importance, being next to the Flavian Amphitheatre, the Basilica of Maxentius, the Temple of Venus and Rome, and the areas of Villa Rivaldi. The construction of the station involved the ancient hill of Velia, largely removed for the construction of the Via dei Fori Imperiali in 1932, bringing to light several archaeological structures.

    Although these excavations have compromised much of the archaeological pre-existence underground, archaeological investigations and excavations of the station and the Colosseum Shaft (Pozzo Colosseo) have brought to light, among other things, "archaic" shafts for the collection of groundwater, parts of buildings of the late Republican and early imperial ages, remains of a large circular structure (probably a fountain) and a rectangular basin with marble coating attributable to the Flavian era. In addition, on the Clivo di Acilio and Villa Rivaldi side, the stratigraphy and structures saved by the cutting of the Velia and preserved behind the containing wall of Antonio Muñoz, pertinent to the imperial age residential buildings of the southeastern slope of the hill, were exhibited. Below the filling levels of the early modern age, the remains of an articulated complex of structures dating from the early imperial age to late antiquity emerged.

    The project of the station includes two variants during construction due to archaeological findings: one concerning the exhibition arrangement and the other the Clivo Acilio side. The first consists in the relocation of the archaeological findings discovered during the excavations inside the station, with display cases and dedicated routes, while the second involves the relocation of the ancient walls found along the Clivo di Acilio, under the responsibility of the Archaeological Park of the Colosseum.

    In summary, the museum spaces of the station will be organised into five areas: transformations of the area of the Imperial Forums, shafts from the archaic era, the ancient landscape of the Velia, ritual shafts, and a "Forum" of the station.

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  • Fine lavori1
    INCLUSION

    10/05/2024

    Project for the Relaunch of the Civic Pole of Via Aldo Ballarin

    The "Participatory project Piazza dei Navigatori - Project to relaunch the Civic Pole of via Aldo Ballarin", included in the three-year programme of the 2020-2022 public works, identified with the code OP1906610001, reflects the will of the Municipal Administration to redevelop and give back to the community a space dedicated to culture and sport, acting as a reference point for the neighbourhood.

    The Civic Pole complex, consisting of the "Pasquale De Angelis" auditorium, the "Bruna Macelloni" gym and an outdoor space, is located behind the part of the building assigned to the Local Police Corps of Rome Capital - O.U. VIII Tintoretto Group, between Viale Aldo Ballarin and Via Grezar, accessible via a one-way road as a branch of Viale Aldo Ballarin.

    The extraordinary maintenance work, carried out between 08/11/2022 and 21/12/2023, involved the construction of a new road and pedestrian access route from Via Grezar and a new delimitation of the access area to the Auditorium. In the outdoor area, equipped with pedestrian paths and new lighting, a multi-purpose basketball/volleyball court and a small outdoor amphitheatre have been created. The Auditorium and the gym have been functionally separated, each with dedicated accesses, and the roofing system of both buildings has been completely replaced. Part of the windows has been renovated, the ceiling of the auditorium has been rebuilt, along with plaster and external and internal paintwork.

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