Marche–Umbria Quadrilateral Highway Network. Maxi Lot 2

Upgrading works of the Perugia-Ancona route and building of the new Pedemontana delle Marche route

Roads & Motorways

Start of works

2015

Progress status

74%

Data updated to September 2021

Perugia, Italy
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A strategic work for Italy’s Central Regions

The project relates to the general contracting of the upgrading works of the Perugia-Ancona route (approximately 31 kilometers in total, on dual carriageways, of which 22 kilometers in tunnels), as well as building the new headquarters of the Pedemontana delle Marche (approximately 36 total kilometers, on a single carriageway, of which 5 kilometers in tunnels).

Technical data

Concrete (m3)

1,016,200

Steel (ton)

89,985

Excavations (m3)

5,092,530

Sustainability

The Marche–Umbria Quadrilateral Highway project will support the development of this relatively isolated part of central Italy. Commissioned by ANAS, the state entity responsible for the country’s road and highway network, the construction of this sustainable infrastructure also involves more than 450 local suppliers.

In terms of sustainability, the Quadrilateral will contribute to a 20% reduction in travel times between Perugia and Ancona, reduce traffic on other roads and cut down on harmful vehicle emissions by 80%.

Advantages and benefits of the work

Reduced travel times on the Perugia – Ancona route (Freeway)

-20%

Reduced traffic on the existing ordinary road (daily vehicles)

-4,000

Reduction of pollution in inhabitated areas

-30/80%

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