Italy’s ANAS approves road upgrades in seven regions

Italian state-controlled road concessionary ANAS has approved seven projects worth nearly €1.4 billion in total. The projects are in the regions of Lombardy, Veneto, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Campania, Puglia and Sardinia. The largest project by value is in Puglia, totaling €244 million for work on the Maglie-Leuca 275 states road. Work in Emilia Romagna, an investment of almost €191 million, involves extension of the northern bypass in Reggio Emilia, between San Prospero Strinati and Corte Tegge.
Finance & Funding / December 1, 2017

Italian state-controlled road concessionary 1184 ANAS has approved seven projects worth nearly €1.4 billion in total.

The projects are in the regions of Lombardy, Veneto, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Campania, Puglia and Sardinia.

The largest project by value is in Puglia, totaling €244 million for work on the Maglie-Leuca 275 states road.

Work in Emilia Romagna, an investment of almost €191 million, involves extension of the northern bypass in Reggio Emilia, between San Prospero Strinati and Corte Tegge.

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