Railways, ports, airports: these are the main investment targets to be modernized, upgraded or built from scratch with new construction. First, sustainable mobility, followed by intermodality or the association of air and maritime transport.
The infrastructure investments are already visible on the ground, with construction sites open in half of Italy, from the Naples-Bari high-speed rail link and the Palermo-Catania high-capacity rail link, to the major works planned in the Genoa region : the mountain of Giovi pass and the Foranea Dam. From north to south, the emphasis is on sustainable mobility. According to the Oxford analysis The economy for the next five yearsinvestments in railways, ports and airports will increase by one average of 3.8% per yearfollowed by infrastructure spending related to energy and gas (+3.2%).
Start by rail routes such as Verona-Brenner to new Brescia airport hubinfrastructure developments will mainly focus on energy transition and environmental sustainability of the works.
But beyond the most vital sectors, the entire infrastructure sector is set to experience a decade of growth. The NRRP funds, along with other allocated and planned resources, will allow the country’s infrastructure to grow by an average of 1.7% per year over the next decade, a rate above the average for the euro zone, which is blocked. at +1.5%.
The five-year period from 2021 to 2026 will see spending increase at a rate 2.6% per yearto subside over the next five years.