The mayor’s announcement. The project also includes the construction of a new road from the sheep market to Brin, a sports facility will be built in the area between the road and the tracks.
Genoa – The creation of an Observatory with citizens’ representatives on the reactivation project of the Campasso railway line – last mile of the Terzo Valico and the departure of a Pris table to reimburse the citizens affected by the inconvenience of the construction sites planned for two years. These are the two novelties announced by the mayor Marco Bucci in the cloister of San Bartolomeo della Certosa at the beginning of the public assembly with the citizens organized to discuss the problems of the project.
Present the extraordinary commissioner of the Third Pass Calogero Mauceri, the investment director of RFI Vincenzo Macello and the regional councilor for infrastructure Giacomo Giampedrone. When the director of the slaughterhouse began to illustrate the details of the project, in particular the transparent noise barriers between 5 and 7 meters planned near the houses and anti-vibration mats caused by the trains, some citizens interrupted him, complaining: “You are ruining our lives”, “our houses are no longer worth anything”, “our houses are shaking because of the works”, “we breathe dust and we will breathe even more when the trains will pass “some citizens denounced.
“This is the beginning of a journey, it is not the end, the definitive solutions have yet to arrive”, Mayor Bucci intervened to calm the minds. The project also provides “the construction of a new big road from the sheep market to Brin to be able to take the subway, construction of will take place in the area between the road and the tracks a sports facility“.