Our infrastructures make mobility and transport efficient and sustainable
Transport is responsible for two-thirds of global oil consumption, making it the sector with the highest growth in greenhouse gas emissions. Estimates show passenger traffic will increase by 50% by 2030. But only 16% of urban journeys are done using public transport anywhere in the world today.
Efficient and sustainable transport infrastructure is essential to connect people and the services that contribute to the well-being of communities. These public works allow goods to circulate, create business opportunities, foster development, all the while reducing the environmental impact of the sector.
Webuild is one of the main players in sustainable urban and extra-urban mobility, whether it be land, sea or air transport infrastructure. In Italy, many ongoing projects will bind the country closer to the European Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T), that is connecting transport links and improving sustainable mobility across the continent.
We are involved in the construction of metro lines in Milan, Naples and Rome. We are working on a high-speed/high capacity railway between Genoa and Milan, the Terzo Valico dei Giovi, as well as the first functional lot of the Verona-Padua high-speed/high-capacity railway. In the south of Italy, we are working on the final section of the Ionian Highway, the high speed railway between Naples and Bari, and the projects Infraflegrea and Cumana railway.
In Sicily we are working on the Bicocca-Catenanuova section of a railway between Palermo and Catania, in Puglia we are realizing the Port of Taranto and in Sardinia the New Cagliaritana National Road.
Sustainable mobility infrastructures under construction in Italy