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Marino Essay

707 words - 3 pages

N uova metro e colat e di cemento? Il NO di Legambiente al lo stadio della RomaLegambiente in una nota anticipa "le osservazioni che presenterà al progetto dello stadio dopo aver preso visione e analizzato nel merito i materiali depositati presso la Casa della Città". "Tra le promesse fatte alla presentazione del plastico del nuovo Stadio della Roma il 26 Marzo e il vero progetto consegnato il 13 Maggio molte cose sono cambiate intorno a una operazione immobiliare e finanziaria dai contorni non ancora del tutto noti - commenta il vicepresidente nazionale di Legambiente Zanchini - l 'associazione ambientalista sottolinea come l'unica certezza rimasta sia proprio lo stadio, mentre intorno sono cambiate due condizioni assai rilevanti. La prima riguarda la dimensione urbanistica del progetto, dove accanto allo stadio e alle sue attrezzature, sono spuntate previsioni edificatorie a destinazione uffici per 920mila metri cubi e turistico/alberghiere per 48mila. Da questi conti Legambiente ha volutamente scelto di tenere fuori le previsioni commerciali, per ristoranti e bar, pari a 62mila metri cubi perché sono quelle proprie dello stadio". "Ci troviamo di fronte a 960mila metri cubi di nuove previsioni che nulla hanno a che fare con lo stadio e che rappresentano una operazione immobiliare colossale per una città come Roma - ha dichiarato Edoardo Zanchini - Per dare una idea della dimensione della trasformazione prevista, è come se 9 Hotel Hilton (il grande albergo in cima a Monte Mario) fossero realizzati a Tor di Valle, accanto allo Stadio della Roma e agli interventi commerciali. Vorremmo capire, soprattutto, come una previsione di questo tipo si possa giustificare in assenza di un potenziamento del trasporto pubblico come quello annunciato alla presentazione del progetto da parte sia dell'amministrazione comunale che del proponente. I tifosi della Roma saranno infatti costretti a prendere l'auto e pagheranno a caro prezzo il parcheggio". 
"Legambiente - prosegue la nota - mette in evidenza come dalle carte dell'operazione è infatti sparito il prolungamento della Linea B della metro alla stazione Muratella, con l'interscambio con la linea FM3, di cui avevano parlato sia l'assessore Caudo che l'imprenditore Parnasi. L'accessibilità pubblica prevista...

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