Projects: Roads & Motorways

Intermodal corridor Rome-Latina


Intermodal corridor Rome-Latina

Castel Romano-Aprilia Nord Line

The proposed work (Pontino Rome – Latina Integrated Intermodal System) falls within the context of a new design for a north-south motorway corridor, necessary to decongest the Apennine stretch and to create cross connections between the Tyrrhenian coast and the Adriatic one.

  • Customer:Arcea Lazio S.p.A.
  • Location:Provinces of Rome and Latina
  • Type of service:Final Design
  • Period:2005
  • Cost:€ 291.000.000 (C.I.R.L.) + € 184.860.000 (Cis.Val.)

The C.I.R.L. highway covers about 20 km, with cross-section of 2 lanes in each direction of 3.75 m and 2 emergency lanes of 3.00 m; alongside the highway through almost all of the development project run complanar roads (2 lanes in each direction of 3.50 m). It is also provided the creation of a new junction at Castel Romano and a section to bypass the town of Pomezia.

The route is characterized by the following main structures : 22 bridges for a total of about 4620 m, with a deck consisting of four beams, spans 35 m long, four tunnels for a development of 300 m, 8 flyovers, 5 underpasses.

The route 'Cisterna-Valmontone' connects the Rome-Latina project to the A1 motorway and runs for about 11 km, with cross-section of two lanes in each direction of 3.75 m and platforms of 1.75 m. The crossing of the A1 motorway will be solved with a cloverleaf junction in a split-level.

The route is characterized by the following main structures: 8 viaducts, for a total of about 3280 m, with a deck consisting of four beams, spans from 35 m to 20 m long, 2 flyovers, 8underpasses.