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RSSTwitterScarica l per AndroidScarica l per AppleContenuto principaleHome Our company A brief history of public transport in TriesteA brief history of public transport in TriesteThe first urban horse drawn railway began crossing the city at dawn on March 30th, 1876, only one year after one had been launched in Paris, one year earlier than in Rome and Bologna and six years earlier than in Milan.The service concession was granted to the Trieste Tramway Company, which laid down the first lines. The first electric tram line from Barcola to Rotonda del Boschetto was launched on October 2nd, 1900; the Municipal Tramways Company was founded in 1921 (since that year and up to this day, the history of urban transport has been strictly tied to the development of the public companies running it). was only the last of a string of initiatives by the Municipal Administration, which had started participating directly in the management of the main public services since the middle of the previous century: as far as public transport was concerned, the company had implemented the first municipal tramway back in 1913,
on the Piazza Goldoni Galleria San Sabba route, a line totally independent from the private owned circuit. had also taken over from the municipality the running of the Opicina tramway: that’s how Trieste has been able to keep running a unique tramway, the timeless de Opcina to this day. also took over the last private companies (among them, La Carsica) still managing a number of suburban lines.In 1994, the consortium became a special company under Law n. 142/90 (reforming the local governments’ organization), and a new planning, aimed at technological innovation and further development of the transport sector on the local territory, started being implemented.The year 2000It was a pivotal moment for public transport in Trieste, the whole Friuli Venezia Giulia region and Italy at large.The political strategy to leave the municipal monopoly behind in order to manage public services in a competitive way within a free, global market was first implemented in Friuli Venezia Giulia precisely in the field of local public transport.