22 September 2020
Mobility for people and territories. This is precisely the focus of the panel titled “The Sustainability of Integrated Mobility” curated by FS Italiane within the RemTech Expo, the international event that explores themes pertaining to climate, sustainability and infrastructure, running until 25 September as part of the Sustainable Development Festival.
As highlighted by Lorenzo Radice (FS Italiane) and Nicoletta Antonias (Italferr) during the session dedicated to the sustainability of infrastructure, the FS Group’s strategy focuses on quality of life through the realisation of integrated transport works and services capable of enhancing people and territories.
To do so, FS Italiane has adopted a governance model capable of transforming the idea of sustainability into practice. In this context, infrastructure design does not merely concern more traditional engineering but is supported by sustainable engineering, a new model oriented towards environmental sustainability, economic compatibility and social innovation.
Thus, the infrastructure becomes an active component of landscape structuring and urban regeneration processes, to meet the needs of the community and generate value by triggering new dynamics of social and economic development.