Tonight, on July 10, 2018, the conference hall “F. Perry” of Palazzo Foti in Italy, where the headquarters of the administrative center Reggio Calabria, Reggio Calabria Province is located, will host a scientific and technical conference to discuss the project “Metro Aspromonte: From the Right to Mobility to Rural Tourism for Sustainable Development of Inner Areas”.
Today’s meeting will be opened by Paolo Ferrara, President, Consortium of Metropolitan Universities “UniReggio”; speeches by Mayor Mr. Falcomata and President of the National Park “Aspromonte” Mr. Bombino are also expected. To improve the quality of the project in terms of tourism and agricultural activities, “UniReggio” relies on fruitful cooperation with the luminaries in scientific and technical research. The conference will also include reports by Corrado Rindone, associate professor of transport, Faculty of Engineering, Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria; Marco Poiana, professor of food technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria, and Prof. Vittorio Caminity, President of Bergamot Academy and the largest organization of entrepreneurs in the field of tourism business in Italy “FederAlberghi Calabria”.
The idea of Metro Aspromonte project will be illustrated by engineers Nicola Carelli, Vincenzo Cosentino and Francesco Greco appointed by UniReggio for its development, and the presentation of SkyWay technology is entrusted to the expert Dr. Emanuele Baroni. In addition, the conference expects the presence of architect Emanuela Tartaglia, who is already a technical promoter on the construction of a transport line using SkyWay technology on the territory of the Republic of San Marino, which is currently at an advanced stage of technical, political and contractual evaluation. It is expected that Mrs. Tartaglia will conclude her speech by announcing the start of cooperation on the project’s implementation. Finally, the conference will be closed by Prof. Francesco Russo, Vice-President, Calabrian Regional Council and Director, Transport Department, Faculty of Engineering, Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria.
The meeting will be also attended by: Giuseppe Ida, President, Association of Mayors of Olive Cities; Santo Monorchio, President, Association of Mayors, Grecanica district; Rosario Rocca, President, Association of Mayors, Locride district; Roberto Vizzari, President, Association of Mayors, Messina Strait district; Domenico Creazzo, Mayor of Sant’Eufemia d’Aspromonte and Vice-President of the National Park Aspromonte; Annunziato Danaro, Mayor of Sinopoli; Francesco Bruzziani, Mayor of Africo and President, Association of National Parks Aspromonte, as well as Francesca Giuffre, President, Order of Doctors of Agronomy and Forestry, Reggio di Calabria Province.
President of UniReggio Paolo Ferrara explained that the realization of Metro Aspromonte project idea should be considered basically as an excellent possibility to restore the right to mobility to the entire Aspromonte area, which was badly affected by the closure of Sant’Eufemia/Bagnara motorway, and at the same time to implement a real opportunity to build in Italy the first route of the most innovative string transport system using SkyWay technology. It is very important to provide traffic between mountainous areas and the coastal zone, which will contribute to the development of rural tourism and the arrangement of an enogastronomic tour to improve the quality of services to cuisine lovers around the region of Calabria.
The meeting will be also attended by Cateno De Luca, Mayor of Messina; Salvatore Mondello, Deputy Mayor and Adviser for Infrastructure and Transport of the city, who also consider SkyWay technology for a new project in Messina, widely discussed in the recent election campaign.
Reference: National Park Aspromonte is located in the Italian Province of Calabria. Its territory includes the peaks of Aspromonte mountain range reaching a height of up to 2000 m. And the Mediterranean Sea laps gently at the foot of the mountains. Only here they grow a rare bergamot used in perfumery and production of the famous “Earl Grey” tea. The park has a rare ecological, historical, artistic and archaeological value, because its territory has been inhabited by different tribes from time immemorial, and the inhabitants of the settlements in the park have Greek roots. Since the times of antiquity, they have preserved a unique culture and traditions. Spectacular views of the Messina Strait between Calabria and Sicily open from the tops of the mountains in addition to the view of two seas at once – the Ionian and the Tyrrhenian that unite right here. Aspromonte’s territory is crossed with several waterways and is inhabited by many species of animals, which today makes SkyWay the best solution to both transportation and environmental problems of the national park.
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