Highway 109 bis - Ring Road West of Catanzaro

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A ring road to the Capital of Calabria

 

The Highway 109bis named the "road of small Sila", connects the town of Pentone and the city of Catanzaro (Italy), the Capital of Calabria, along a narrow and tortuous path passing for the sanctuary of Madonna of Termini, where it met the former highway 109 connection.
After a few kilometers from Pentone and  before to arrive in the center of Catanzaro, the last stretch of road can be considered as the Ring Road of the city. It's characterised by the hardy viaduct in pre-stressed reinforced concrete located on the "Fiumarella" torrent and by a roundabout, from which the "Bisantis" bridge, at the entrance of Catanzaro, can be reached. It's characterised by the hardy viaduct in pre-stressed reinforced concrete located on the "Fiumarella" torrent and by a roundabout, from which can be reached the "Bisantis" bridge, as the entrance to Catanzaro.

Location

Catanzaro, Italy

 

LENGTH

3,5 Km

 

Years

1972 - 1976

 

Client

ANAS S.p.A. - National autority for the roads

 

TEAM

Domenico Alfieri,

Enzo Samarelli,

Bernardo Principato

 

ScopE

Designing and Direction of works for construction of roads

 

ENQUIRIES

Rosario Fabio Alfieri

Altri lavori

Transport 

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