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Old November 11th, 2008, 07:18 PM   #721
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SABATO 15 E DOMENICA 16 NOVEMBRE DUE GIORNI DI GRANDE FESTA POPOLARE IN GALLERIA PER LA GRANDE VIABILITA’ TRIESTINA

L’INAUGURAZIONE E L’APERTURA UFFICIALE MERCOLEDI’ 19 NOVEMBRE.
L’ASSESSORE BANDELLI PRESENTATA IL PROGRAMMA DEI FESTEGGIAMENTI APERTI ALL’INTERA COMUNITA’

Due giorni di grande festa popolare, sabato 15 e domenica 16 novembre, segneranno l’inaugurazione dell’ultimo tratto della Grande Viabilità Triestina, la cui cerimonia ufficiale di apertura si terrà mercoledì 19 novembre, alle ore 11.30, mentre intorno alle 14.00 dello stesso giorno sarà attiva e fruibile per tutti la nuova viabilità. Questo in sintesi il calendario degli appuntamenti programmati dal Comune di Trieste per l’avvio e l’entrata in funzione dell’ultimo tratto della Grande Viabilità, presentato oggi (venerdì 7 novembre) nel corso di una conferenza stampa svoltasi nel salotto azzurro del palazzo municipale, alla quale sono intervenuti tra gli altri l’assessore ai Lavori Pubblici e Coordinamento Eventi Franco Bandelli, gli ingegneri comunali Gianpiero Tevini e Enrico Cortese e il direttore della filiale di Trieste delle Poste Italiane Giuseppe Patti.
“Sono passati trent’anni –ha l’assessore Franco Bandelli- dalle prime firme per la realizzazione della Grande Viabilità Triestina ed ora dopo sei anni d’intenso lavoro, portato a termine grazie alla capacità e professionalità dei nostri tecnici e alla bravura dell’impresa costruttrice, si completa un’opera indispensabile per la nostra città, ma anche per la Regione e il nostro Paese”. “L’apertura ufficiale avverrà –ha detto ancora Bandelli- mercoledì 19 novembre, alle ore 11.30, con gli interventi delle autorità, mentre poco prima, nella galleria Carso, scopriremo una targa alla memoria di Lino Ruffoni, il giovane tecnico tragicamente e sfortunatamente morto nel corso dei lavori. Quindi verso le 14.00 l’ultimo tratto della GVT sarà aperto alla circolazione viaria”.
“L’inaugurazione di questa importante struttura viaria –ha aggiunto Bandelli- sarà segnata anche da una due giorni di festeggiamenti popolari, una grande “Festa in Galleria” che si terrà sabato 15 e domenica 16 novembre, cercando di coinvolgere con musica, appuntamenti enogastronomici e sportivi, l’intera città e tutta la nostra comunità”.
Questo il programma dei festeggianti. Si inizia sabato 15 novembre alle ore 16.00 con Umberto Lupi e la sua musica popolare triestina. Il palco sarà posizionato all’interno della galleria con un’inusuale scenografia costituita dalla galleria stessa. Dopo Umberto Lupi sarà il turno dei Blues Mobile Band, la formazione triestina che si sta distinguendo a livello nazionale come una delle migliori “tribute band”: nel loro caso i mitici Blues Brothers.
Accanto al concerto il pubblico avrà l’occasione di gustare le più caratteristiche specialità gastronomiche triestine e assistere alla proiezione delle immagini più suggestive della realizzazione della Grande Viabilità Triestina e dei dintorni di Trieste.
Proseguendo il percorso a piedi all’interno della galleria ci sarà la possibilità di assaggiare gratuitamente Jota, gnocchi di susini o gulasch, altre proiezioni d’immagini fino al ‘giro di boa’, circa alla metà della galleria, dove il vin brulé riscalderà tutti i presenti. A questo punto ci sarà un servizio di bus navetta per riaccompagnare i visitatori alle loro automobili oppure per chi vorrà soffermarsi ancora potrà ritornare a piedi al punto di partenza.
Domenica 16 novembre la festa riprenderà con un evento dedicato agli sportivi. Alle ore 11.00 è prevista la partenza dei podisti e dei ciclisti che daranno vita ad una esclusiva UNDERGROUNDBIKERUN , ovvero una particolare iniziativa per vivere in maniera esclusiva la nuova Grande Viabilità Triestina. I podisti percorreranno l’intera galleria (andata e ritorno per un totale di circa 6 km, i ciclisti proseguiranno per Padriciano, l ’Area di Ricerca, Basovizza, Gropada per ritornare quindi dove sono partiti. La partecipazione è libera e gratuita e le iscrizioni si faranno sul posto dalle ore 10.00. A tutti i partecipanti sarà consegnato un omaggio a ricordo dell’evento e un ristoro.
A seguire la musica protagonista della festa con Umberto Lupi, Stefano Franco, Boogie Nites, Sunrise Band e i Bandomat per un non stop di note fino alle 22.00, ovviamente accompagnate dai piatti tipici e dal vin brulé come sabato.
Anche Poste Italiane partecipa alla celebrazione con uno speciale annullo filatelico. Il pubblico presente potrà ritirare una cartolina (5000 le copie disponibili gratuitamente fino ad esaurimento) realizzata appositamente dal Comune e timbrarla contestualmente. La cartolina riproduce i due momenti più significativi della realizzazione dell’opera: la posa della prima dima (2002) di scavo e la galleria ultimata (2008).
Da segnalare infine che per favorire la partecipazione ai due giorni di “Festa in Galleria” sarà previsto un apposito parcheggio da una migliaio di posti macchina.

Fonte: Comune di Trieste.
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Old November 11th, 2008, 07:33 PM   #722
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What did they do with great cavern (grotta), discovered when digging the tunnel? Will be accessible to ordinary people? It has the tallest stalagmite in Italy.
I would search myself, but my Italian is still very limited.
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Old November 11th, 2008, 07:37 PM   #723
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So the SS202 with its 70-km/h speed limit will finally become superstrada instead of autostrada.
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Old November 11th, 2008, 11:15 PM   #724
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Finally, no more need for using A3 over Sežana From Koper to Palmanova!
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Old November 12th, 2008, 08:28 PM   #725
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i didn't know about MO - BO neither. one part is allready visible at google earth.

btw, A14 is being widened not only to Cattolica (you wrote it probably because you told about projects in ER region) but up to Pedaso. does somebody know when should 3+3 come to Pedaso, or at least to Ancona?
Unfortunately I don't have informations about the timing ofthis project.
BTW here you can see a map:

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Old November 12th, 2008, 11:24 PM   #726
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BTW here you can see a map:
i know, been there, seen it link that's how i actually found out about widenning. and areound Ancona there allready are works that look like widening.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 01:53 AM   #727
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i know, been there, seen it link that's how i actually found out about widenning. and areound Ancona there allready are works that look like widening.
Ok. If I'll find anything interesting about the timing, I'll post it here.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 10:22 AM   #728
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Unfortunately I don't have informations about the timing ofthis project.
BTW here you can see a map:

170 kilometers! Bud needed I guess, the A14 is about the largest bottleneck in Italian infrastructure during the summer.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 11:11 AM   #729
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Don't know, if in summer it is worse on old A3 than on A14. A14 is congested all time in the year.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 06:29 PM   #730
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Don't know, if in summer it is worse on old A3 than on A14. A14 is congested all time in the year.
Hehe, I wouldn't know wich one is more congested in summer. Many perople here don't even consider the A3 as a highway...

Btw, forumer matteosc posted this about the A14 widening works:

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Stato dell'opera Apertura al traffico prevista

Rimini Nord - Cattolica Lotto 1A (1,2 Km)
In approvazione Progetto Definitivo 2013

Rimini Nord - Cattolica Lotto 1B (27,8 Km)
In corso Conferenza dei Servizi solo per le opere fuori asse

Cattolica - Fano (28,3 Km)
In corso affidamento lavori 2014

Fano - Senigallia (21,0 Km)
In corso Progetto Esecutivo 2013

Senigallia - Ancona Nord (18,9 Km)
In approvazione Progetto Esecutivo 2013

Ancona Nord - Ancona Sud (17,2 Km)
In corso affidamento lavori 2013

Ancona Sud - P.to S.Elpidio 1a fase (37,0 Km)
Lavori in corso 2009

Ancona Sud - P.to S.Elpidio 2a fase (3,3 Km)
In corso affidamento lavori 2012

Lo stato dell opera non è completamente aggiornata
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Old November 13th, 2008, 07:03 PM   #731
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Hehe, I wouldn't know wich one is more congested in summer. Many perople here don't even consider the A3 as a highway...
For me it still is, although not whole with modern standards, but it is improving. All new tunnels in Italy (including A3) have whole length emergency lane, which is mostly still SF on new motorways across Europe.
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Old November 14th, 2008, 08:02 PM   #732
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The Slovenian media are reporting that the mayor of Trieste decided that the new section by Trieste will have bilingual signs. I wonder what exactly that means. Slovenian expressions for Slovenian-speaking villages are logical anyway, so I wonder, if we'll see "Trst" in Italy for the first time. And maybe even "Benetke".
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Old November 16th, 2008, 10:04 AM   #733
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Found some pics. Taken by me this summer.

A4 near Padova.


Notice, the jam on the left started before Padova Ovest exit and ended after the A13 intersection, that makes it 11 km long.


A4 near Bergamo.


A4 crossing with A26.
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Great pictures, Ripley! I already wanted to ask this: is that really speed control every time, or they are just pranks? I'm asking, cause there's a freakin' lot of them on the A4, every few kms. Also, how fast can you drive? I know the speed limit is 130 km/h, but what speed is still tolerated?
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Were you in a truck or a bus, Ripley? Very nice pics
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I already wanted to ask this: is that really speed control every time, or they are just pranks? I'm asking, cause there's a freakin' lot of them on the A4, every few kms.
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it literally means "average speed is monitored when the tutor system is on" (24/7 nowadays...it means that every panel, every bridge every overhead thing may have one camera per lane on that stratch of highway and that they will calculate your average speed to decide whether you're a good boy or what. It's not bad because you can briefly go past the limit to overtake a row of trucks and it's way better than in the old times when everybody ran like hell just to break all of a sudden where everybody knew speedtraps were placed. Really, tutor makes driving more relaxing.
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Were you in a truck or a bus, Ripley? Very nice pics
In a truck.

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Very interesting!
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So, generally section control like they have in the Netherlands.
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Old November 16th, 2008, 05:38 PM   #739
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it literally means "average speed is monitored when the tutor system is on" (24/7 nowadays...it means that every panel, every bridge every overhead thing may have one camera per lane on that stratch of highway and that they will calculate your average speed to decide whether you're a good boy or what. It's not bad because you can briefly go past the limit to overtake a row of trucks and it's way better than in the old times when everybody ran like hell just to break all of a sudden where everybody knew speedtraps were placed. Really, tutor makes driving more relaxing.
Autostrade per l'Italia spa wants to extend the system on the hole lenght of highway web and also Anas wants the 'tutor' on many roads
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Big Brother is coming to Italia!
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