by Editorial staff
The coordinator of the sustainable urban mobility project: “It will be a Genoa that will move quickly and efficiently, but attentive to the environment”
It closes today European week of sustainable mobility, which kicked off last September 16. A series of meetings that also stops in Genoa, where the sustainability project for the Genoese road network is presented at the Palazzo Tursi headquarters. We talked about it with Enrico Musso, coordinator of the sustainable urban mobility project, who explained to Telenord the objectives that the Municipality of Genoa has set itself in terms of sustainability: “This is an annual event, an opportunity to summarize what Genoa is doing on the subject of sustainable mobility allow you to have public transport of 24m instead of the current ones of 18, which is what we expected for the redevelopment of the so-called strengths of public transport, which will thus have a adequate capacity even in a period of Covid or post-Covid “
Musso continued, imagining the Genoa of the future: “We would like Genoa to become a model on a European level. There is no lack of planning, in the present era there is no shortage of resources either, but the great male of Italy is the bureaucracy. Every single creation struggles to see the light because a series of steps are required that cannot be speeded up. It will be a Genoa where we will move quickly, but also when necessary. We will have improved and efficient accessibility, but at the same time attentive to the environment “.