Starting from 10 September 2021, in an exhibition entitled “Rome, eternity in the future”, the projects of the future of Rome were presented: a set of about one hundred programs, changes and innovations aimed at making the Eternal City even more liveable and appreciable.
The exhibition, which had already been presented at MIPIM in Cannes on 7 and 8 September, was then moved to the Capitoline museums until 31 October. It included an entirely digital exhibition path. About one hundred projects of the Rome of the future were presented, divided into seven main thematic areas.
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However, these projects have something in common: satisfying the demand for mobility from both urban and peripheral areas. For this reason, the locations hosting the railway stations have received particular attention in the organization of the project.
The innovation of the Rome of the future in 7 districts
As anticipated, the exhibition aims to summarize the approximately one hundred innovations arriving in the Eternal City in seven districts:
- “Sea district” includes the area that takes us from Ostia to Eur, enhancing the natural wonders of one and the twentieth-century utopias of the other.
- “South Modern District” concerns the projects planned for the Ostiense district, the true centre of industrial archaeology.
- “Railway circle line” aims to highlight the railway stations and the surrounding areas to make Rome ever closer and more accessible.
- “The East pole” provides for the reorganization of the peripheral areas of Tiburtina and Pietralata.
- “Geo areas” describes a thousand faces of the capital, taking care of the areas for social aggregation and the regeneration programs of the entire city.
- “Olympic vision district” focuses on sport and, therefore, the Foro Italico and the Flaminio district.
- “Eternal district” is the section that instead deals with projects relating to the historical centre, which, respecting tradition, want to project Rome into the future.
In addition to all this upcoming news, it is not surprising that Rome was nominated to host Expo 2030, an event for which the city is getting ready with all the projects proposed and illustrated in the recent exhibition.
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