ROME – The Italian government is going after the collapse of the bridge in Genoa, the licenses of all wegexploitanten review. It should involve the private administrators also, the maintenance and modernisation present. That has verkeersminister Danilo Toninelli Monday against the parliament said. He called the accident, in which 43 people perished in this “absurd” and had, according to him, can be avoided.
Danilo Toninelli called the accident, in which 43 people perished in this “absurd” and had, according to him, can be avoided.
Toninelli considering private toll roads to opening. As an example he cited the Netherlands. “There are other systems in Europe, which in our opinion function better than ours. In Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium are the highways of the state and partly free. In Italy, by contrast, has decided to privatize (…) without sufficient competition.”
The collapsed bridge in Genoa is operated by Autostrade per l’italia, that is in the hands of the family Benetton. Toninelli accuses the operators that they have billions of have picked to tolls, but that hardly anything is teruggevloeid to the roads.
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