The drafting of the new Port Master Plan (PRP) of Genoa spans across both a comparison with the approach adopted by the PRP in force (2001) and an analysis of trends in the maritime industry that requires planning on a large scale in a bid to meet the future challenges posed by the advent of the new behemoth container ships. The guidelines of the new PRP (2012) identify five main objectives: integration in the national logistics network, increased competitiveness, productivity growth, environmental sustainability, added-value to the regional and local area. Within this framework, public discussions chaired by the Port Authority with the port stakeholders has given rise to strategic guidelines, including a wider port turning basin which received broad consensus. The new PRP will be designed as a “structural plan”, flexible in its implementation phase and promoter of new technologies and best practices in support of the development policies of the port.
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|Titolo:||Il nuovo Piano Regolatore del Porto di Genova: metodo e processo|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 - Articolo su rivista|