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Four areas of intervention for a more human, welcoming, efficient and future-oriented city of Rome.


We focus on the beauty, knowledge, and regenerative capacity of culture: a unique heritage and a great development engine for the city.

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We make Rome, for over 2,000 years a city of welcome and inclusion, even more just, open, united, and supportive. 

See Inclusion interventions

We valorise science, research, and innovation, which have always been in Rome's DNA, to generate opportunities, work, and wellbeing for a city 'looking to the future'. 

See Innovation interventions

We carry forward the sustainable revolution to transform Rome into a more liveable, more connected, and even more beautiful city. 

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The eternal city changes forever

Once again, Rome is transformed and reborn. Thanks to an unprecedented investment season, we have the opportunity to implement an incredible regeneration project that will involve several areas of the city.
Our mission is to use these extraordinary resources to create a harmonious development model, to reconstruct a virtuous relationship between urban fabric and people, between city and environment, to mend tears and to enhance the capital's exceptional heritage.


Roberto Gualtieri


The change is under way

Browse through the main interventions already completed or in progress and discover the new face of Rome

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  • Cultura


    Interventions to promote eco-efficiency and reduce the energy consumption in theatres and movie theatres owned by Roma Capitale Nuovo Cinema Aquila

    The 10 planned interventions aim at improving safety and hospitality in theatre and movie theatre spaces, as well as optimising the performance and functionality of the rooms through eco-efficiency and the reduction of energy consumption. 

    The funded projects involve eight theatres and two movie theatres owned by Roma Capitale, including Teatro Argentina, Teatro Costanzi (Rome Opera Theatre Foundation), Teatro Quarticciolo, Teatro Torlonia, Teatro India (room A and room B), Teatro Tor Bella Monaca (room A and room B), Teatro del Lido di Ostia, Globe Theatre, Casa del Cinema and Cinema Aquila.

    More specifically, the project actions will focus on:

    • the restoration of materials in compliance with the regulations;
    • the elimination of hazards deriving from damaged parts;
    • the creation and/or revision of electrical and special systems, integrated with energy consumption efficiency control systems;
    • the revision or replacement of heating/air conditioning systems, to improve the overall management of theatres and movie theatres.

    These interventions will improve the audience experience, ensuring a safer, more comfortable and energy-efficient environment in theatres and movie theatres.

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  • Pedonalizzazione di piazza Sant'Agostino


    Pedestrianisation of Piazza Sant’Agostino

    In the past few years, Piazza Sant’Agostino has undergone a transformation into a pedestrian area, thanks to the installation of iron bollard barriers. Following the intervention, the elements were removed, leaving the area in a state of neglect and degradation.

    In July 2023, an upgrading and enhancement was conducted that returned the square to residents and visitors, allowing everyone safe access to the church that holds "La Madonna dei Pellegrini," one of Caravaggio's most representative works. This intervention also created a welcoming space for social activities in the local community.

    The upgrading project was carried out thanks to an effective collaboration between the Special Superintendence of Rome and the Diocese.

    The work carried out included the placement of 31 metal bars and 4 travertine benches, as well as restoring the pavement with sampietrini over an area of about 400 square metres and updating the road signs. The intervention has greatly improved the appearance and usability of the square, making it once again a place of cultural and social interest.

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  • Inclusione


    Mazzacurati state pre-school, elementary and middle school reopening

    After more than 10 years of construction, the school building was reopened in September 2022.

    In the first phase of the work, classrooms for the pre-school were built and the gymnasium renovated, with additional works including waterproofing the building, replacing skylights and creating a Faraday cage. Currently, in the second phase, the micro-nursery and works related to the theater, the construction of the new multimedia laboratory and the upgrading of the outdoor garden are being completed.

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  • Render Metro C Stazione Porta Metronia


    Metro C: Porta Metronia Station

    Line C:

    The project for Line C of the Rome Metro, the third line envisaged by the Town General Plan, aims to directly connect currently distant areas and neighbourhoods by crossing the city from northwest to southeast. Once completed, Line C will increase the development of the existing metro network by more than 50%.

    The "Fundamental Route" of Line C, extended over a length of 25.5 km and equipped with 29 stations, begins on the surface in the territory of the Municipality of Monte Compatri and follows the route of the existing Termini-Pantano railway. Subsequently, it descends underground just before the Grande Raccordo Anulare, crossing the historic centre to the Mazzini neighbourhood. Along its route, Line C intersects Line A (San Giovanni and Ottaviano), Line B (Colosseo), the future Line D (Venezia) creating an effective "network effect".

    The route, now fully funded, is divided into sections whose construction began with those further east: T2 under design, T3 under construction, T4-T5, T6 and T7 with the Granite Depot/Workshop, completed and operational. The subdivision of the Fundamental Route into sections derives from the different progress state of the designs at the time of the inclusion of the work in the Objective Law (2003), with the consequent approval and financing procedures. 

    The route of the T3 Section, which falls entirely within a historical-monumental context unique in the world, develops for a total length of about 3 km from Piazzale Appio to Via dei Fori Imperiali. The project includes 2 stations, Porta Metronia and Colosseo/Fori Imperiali, two multifunctional shafts, respectively in the gardens of Via Sannio and Piazza Celimontana, and 2 line tunnels of 5.8 m in diameter each, almost entirely made with TBM.

    The part of Section T3, which includes the line tunnels from San Giovanni to Via Sannio (built using the traditional method), the multifunctional shaft in Via Sannio, and the section of the line tunnels to Porta Metronia Station (built using mechanised excavation through TBM), has already been delivered to the Administration with minutes of advance delivery art. 200 Presidential Decree 554/99 dated 18/06/2021, and was then subject to the authorisation for operation by Lazio Region Decree No. G10991 dated 11/08/2022. The early completion of this part made it available to the Merchant a railway communication (at the multifunctional shaft) through which the reversal of the trains upstream of the current provisional terminus of San Giovanni can take place, thus allowing the use of both station platforms.

    At the moment, the construction of the remaining part of the Section is being completed, with the two stations and the Celimontana shaft: the civil works are substantially completed and progress is being made with the architectural finishes and the plant part, both station and line. As of 31/12/2023 (SAL 63 as of 31/08/2023) there is a total accounted amount of € 583,118,525.58 plus VAT, which represents about 86% of the total contractual amount (€ 676,601,467.92 plus VAT). The net amount accounted for the works only is € 492,322,455.73 plus VAT, corresponding to about 89% of the total reference amount from the updated Economic Framework, which amounts to € 553,539,226.11 plus VAT.

    In particular, the value of the works of the stations with respect to the total works (about 550 million euros) amounts to: about 90 million for the Porta Metronia station, 120 for the Colosseo/Fori Imperiali station, 200 for the line tunnels, 80 for the plants, and 60 for the remaining items (shafts, special works and more).

    Porta Metronia Station:

    The station is located in a strategic position between the stations of San Giovanni (interchange between Line C and Line A) and Colosseo/Fori Imperiali (interchange between Line C and Line B), about 500 metres south of Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano, and 300 metres from the entrances of the hospital of the same name. It is bordered to the north by Via dei Laterani, to the west by Piazzale Ipponio, to the south by Via Farsalo, and to the east by the "La Romulea" sports fields.

    The building, made with the top-down method between reinforced concrete diaphragms, extends for about 120 metres in length, 28 metres in width, and over 30 metres in depth, divided into five levels. The station follows the typical layout of Line C, with a central platform about 110 metres long and about 4 metres wide.

    During archaeological excavations, a military complex dating back to the 2nd century AD was found, including a "barracks" and a "domus del Comandante", which is believed to have been abandoned and partially buried in the second half of the 3rd century AD. This discovery, considered one of the most important of recent years for its unity and conservation, required a redefinition of the project to allow the conservation and relocation of archaeological structures.

    The Special Superintendence of Archaeology, Fine Arts, and Landscape of Rome therefore ordered the temporary relocation of the archaeological structures—it took care of their restoration—and a redefinition of the project. This was done to allow their relocation in situ, in the same position, restoring the visual relationship with the Aurelian Walls. A design variant was therefore necessary, providing for the transfer of a part of the station body and the creation of a large museum area with ticket office, wardrobe, and refreshment area that will make the entire Roman structure visible, also through a walkway suspended above part of the structures found. By Approval Act No. 6/2021 dated 29 March 2021, the Roma Metropolitane Contracting Authority approved the variant executive plan, the implementation of which is in progress.

    The entrances to the station will converge in a hypogeal square, which will provide access to both the museum area and the metro station, keeping the two functions separate but allowing passengers to appreciate the cultural value of the infrastructure.

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  • Inclusione


    Structural consolidation and extraordinary maintenance of the "Pavilion of Olive Trees" - Building A1, at the "Principe di Piemonte" school complex in Via Ostiense, 263/c

    The "Pavilion of Olive Trees", located in the "Principe di Piemonte" school complex in the Ostiense area, near the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls, is an element of considerable historical and architectural value. Built between 1940 and 1970, the school complex includes 14 pavilions located within a park of about 4 hectares, characterised by rich vegetation and landscape elements.

    The main objective of the intervention is the recovery and restoration of the structure of the school building, currently in a state of degradation and banned due to structural problems. Targeted structural consolidation and extraordinary maintenance are planned in order to return the building to its original functions. 

    Currently, the structure shows signs of abandonment and deterioration, with structural problems in the foundations and load-bearing wall parts, as well as obsolete and non-compliant systems.

    The areas affected by the intervention include the ground floor, the roof tower floor and the external areas adjacent to the building. The specific activities include:

    • consolidation of foundations and the restoration of masonry damage;
    • adaptation of toilets to accessibility regulations;
    • restoration and adaptation of existing systems;
    • recovery of external and internal fixtures;
    • restoration of the external sidewalks;
    • waterproofing of the roof;
    • preparation of external spaces.

    The intervention, in addition to guaranteeing the structural safety of the building, aims to preserve its historical and architectural value, respecting the needs of monumental protection of the property.

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  • Render Parco Vanni


    Redevelopment of green areas in the Massimina district, XII Municipality - Vanni Park

    The intervention areas include three parks in the Massimina district of the XII Municipality, the park in Via Oreste Ranelletti, the park in Via Giuseppe Vanni and the park in Via Romano Guerra.

    The intervention at the Ranelletti Park will include various activities: the construction of a play area, the installation of a cover to protect the existing seats and the activation of electrical outlets, the preparation of the area for the future installation of a privately-run kiosk, the restoration of the irrigation system, the provision of dustbins, the planting of new trees and the restoration of the fitness area.

    While the new seats will be implemented in the Vanni Park, the play area will be partially integrated to accommodate different age groups of users, and the ordinary and extraordinary maintenance of the glued laminated timber structure will be carried out.

    There have been a number of interventions in the Romano Guerra Park, including the pruning of trees, the restoration and integration of parking lots, interventions on fences, the construction of the play area, the demolition of the existing fountain and the construction of skate parks, the preparation of the area for the future installation of a privately-run kiosk, the installation of a video surveillance system.

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  • Sostenibilità


    Creation of the event area in Tor Vergata at the Sails of the City of Sport. First partial functionalisation of the Palasport

    The planned work will concern the Palasport and will include a series of interventions aimed at its partial completion in order to transform it into an open arena. These interventions will also include the overcoming of architectural barriers and the installation of toilets to welcome the faithful and users in general. In detail, the planned activities are as follows:

    • Completion of the bleachers: the construction of the bleachers will be completed to allow a better use of the uncovered arena.
    • Realisation of the external finishing works: the interventions necessary for the completion of the external finishing of the Palasport will be carried out, thus contributing to its integration into the urban context.
    • Installation of the lighting system: an adequate lighting system will be installed to allow the use of the arena even in the evening.
    • Overcoming architectural barriers: measures will be taken to make the arena accessible to all people, including those with disabilities, through the removal of existing architectural barriers.
    • Realisation of toilets and other support services: new toilets and other support services will be built to ensure the comfort and safety of users during events hosted in the arena.

    The main objective of these interventions is to complete the transformation of the Palasport into a functional and accessible outdoor arena, able to accommodate a large number of people and meet the needs of visitors during events and celebrations, including the 2025 Jubilee.

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  • Inclusione


    Routine and extraordinary maintenance work in the Public Residential Building of via delle Alzavole

    The project involves the redevelopment of a Public Residential Building located at via delle Alzavole 20, within the territory of Municipality VI. The buildings will undergo a series of routine and extraordinary maintenance interventions.  The building, built in 1975 as part of a special housing plan made funded by the European Community, will be redeveloped. Specifically, the project will include the waterproofing of the roof terrace covering a total area of 2200 square meters. Additionally, single building units affected by leaks over time will be repaired. Before proceeding with the waterproofing, which will be made through a layer of reinforced resin, a preliminary survey will be carried out to know the real composition of the roofing, that are made in different materials and supports. The preliminary survey is necessary to ensure proper execution of the works. The choice of reinforced resin is due to its good resistance to atmospheric agents, low maintenance required and the ease of repair in case of damage.

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  • Inclusione


    Extreme Poverty - Assistance centres (Villa Glori - Viale di Villa Glori, 27)

    The interventions will be divided into 9 projects with the main objective of offering services and support to people in situations of poverty, promoting social inclusion, access to basic resources and the possibility of acquiring skills through training placements.

    To improve the services offered, the project, named RESET, envisages a strong involvement of voluntary associations. A link will be established with ASLs (local health authorities) and employment services to send users for training placements.

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  • Sostenibilità


    Extraordinary maintenance of the municipal road network – Municipality VIII

    In view of the Jubilee 2025, Roma Capitale is organising maintenance and improvement works on both main and local roads in order to facilitate the movement of pilgrims and tourists throughout the city. This programme involves all 15 municipalities of Rome, each responsible for the resurfacing of the roads under its jurisdiction, with a special focus on connecting axes. The investment will be equally distributed among the municipalities and interventions will be allocated through a centralised tender to ensure uniformity and consistency. The maintenance will include resurfacing the bituminous conglomerate paving, cleaning the drains for rainwater disposal, restoring road markings and maintaining the areas adjacent to the roads.

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