About Torino

Learn more about Torino and its province

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CorredorBioceánico Aconcagua (Argentina-Chile)

Feasibility study and preliminary design

Chennani-Nashri Road Tunnel (India)

Design and Assistance during Construction

Sa Matta subterranean (Italy)

Geological and Geomechanical Model for the design of the talc Sa Matta Open Pit Mine (Nu) Adits

Sochi-Adler Krasnaya-Poliana (Russia)

highway and railway tunnels

Perthus Tunnel (France-Spain)

Tunnelling phase assistance

Jinping - 305m Dam

305 m high Jinping arch dam - The highest dam in the world

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IAEG XII Congress - Torino, September 15-19, 2014
Reach Torino By Train

By Train

Trains to all the main Italian stations and more...
Palermo, Barcelona, Lyons, Paris, and then of course all the Swiss, Austrian, German and East European destinations that require just one change of train. Every day hundreds of thousands of travellers arrive and leave from Turin, almost 200,000 just at the Porta Nuova station, Italy's third by passenger volume.
Next down is Porta Susa station, which is being thoroughly refurbished so as to make it the city's main station for domestic and international travel. A drive towards innovation has been made by the arrival of High Speed trains, inaugurated in 2006 up to Novara and due by December 2009 to connect Turin to Salerno passing through Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples. And then Val Susa, Canavese, Lanzo Valleys, Pinerolese, Val Pellice and the hills of Chieri: in the province of Turin, railways reach almost everywhere, so you can leave your car at home and travel in full relaxation.
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