The research “Resilience paths. Regeneration of fragile territories from the Mediterranean coast to inner areas”, deepened within the participation in the Cluster “le Vie del Mediterraneo/Medways” is the joint path that integrates some research paths promoted by the Sapienza University of Rome and the Politecnico of Milan: the project of the PDTA Department “Resilience paths. The relaunch and reuse of minor railways line for the regeneration of fragile territories. Practices in Italy and Spain” (Ravagnan, Amato, 2020) and the project “Territori Fragili” of the DASTU of the Politecnico di Milano. This joint research path focuses on the divested minor railway lines connecting inner areas to the Mediterranean coast, investigating, with an interdisciplinary perspective, the opportunities that emerge from a possible strengthening of the bicycle/pedestrian networks within the framework of an intermodal and multiscalar mobility system (Ravagnan, Amato, 2021). The implementation of greenways connecting the Mediterranean coast to inner areas is a scenario of sustainable development and a proactive strategy of resilience (Pike & al., 2010) for fragile territories from the environmental, social, and economic point of view. The complexity and richness of these territories, crossed by stratified systems of territorial networks, require the deployment of an integrated and multiscalar approach, through inter-municipal strategic planning and urban projects. In this framework, the joint path is aimed at harmonizing traditional urban planning approaches, with other data analysis to improve the sustainability of urban design. To this end, the study also involves planning experimentation on a specific scope, regarding the reuse of the Ferrovia Adriatica Sangritana (FAS) in the Abruzzo Region, which is affected by phenomena of divestment and suggests regeneration processes, developed in an interdisciplinary master’s degree Thesis (Gunaydin, 2021). The analysis and the proposal have been held by combining the morphological, environmental landscape, and functional analysis of the territory, traditional within the urban planning discipline (Ravagnan, Amato, 2020) with innovative quantitative methodologies by resorting to the use of GIS in parallel with NURBS modelers, interfaced with parametric digital tools (D’Uva, Eugeni, 2021). The multidisciplinary analysis held on the territory configures the reuse of the decommissioned FAS line in the section San Vito Marina - Lanciano as a reference structure for strategic planning and the sustainable urban project for Lanciano.

Adriatic Inner Sea. Resilience paths from the Trabocchi coast to Lanciano along the abandoned Sangritana railway line / Ravagnan, Chiara; D’Uva, Domenico; Amato, Chiara; Bevilacqua, Giulia; Gunaydin, Ozgun. - (2022), pp. 105-117.

Adriatic Inner Sea. Resilience paths from the Trabocchi coast to Lanciano along the abandoned Sangritana railway line

Ravagnan Chiara
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Amato, Chiara;Bevilacqua, Giulia;Gunaydin, Ozgun
2022

Abstract

The research “Resilience paths. Regeneration of fragile territories from the Mediterranean coast to inner areas”, deepened within the participation in the Cluster “le Vie del Mediterraneo/Medways” is the joint path that integrates some research paths promoted by the Sapienza University of Rome and the Politecnico of Milan: the project of the PDTA Department “Resilience paths. The relaunch and reuse of minor railways line for the regeneration of fragile territories. Practices in Italy and Spain” (Ravagnan, Amato, 2020) and the project “Territori Fragili” of the DASTU of the Politecnico di Milano. This joint research path focuses on the divested minor railway lines connecting inner areas to the Mediterranean coast, investigating, with an interdisciplinary perspective, the opportunities that emerge from a possible strengthening of the bicycle/pedestrian networks within the framework of an intermodal and multiscalar mobility system (Ravagnan, Amato, 2021). The implementation of greenways connecting the Mediterranean coast to inner areas is a scenario of sustainable development and a proactive strategy of resilience (Pike & al., 2010) for fragile territories from the environmental, social, and economic point of view. The complexity and richness of these territories, crossed by stratified systems of territorial networks, require the deployment of an integrated and multiscalar approach, through inter-municipal strategic planning and urban projects. In this framework, the joint path is aimed at harmonizing traditional urban planning approaches, with other data analysis to improve the sustainability of urban design. To this end, the study also involves planning experimentation on a specific scope, regarding the reuse of the Ferrovia Adriatica Sangritana (FAS) in the Abruzzo Region, which is affected by phenomena of divestment and suggests regeneration processes, developed in an interdisciplinary master’s degree Thesis (Gunaydin, 2021). The analysis and the proposal have been held by combining the morphological, environmental landscape, and functional analysis of the territory, traditional within the urban planning discipline (Ravagnan, Amato, 2020) with innovative quantitative methodologies by resorting to the use of GIS in parallel with NURBS modelers, interfaced with parametric digital tools (D’Uva, Eugeni, 2021). The multidisciplinary analysis held on the territory configures the reuse of the decommissioned FAS line in the section San Vito Marina - Lanciano as a reference structure for strategic planning and the sustainable urban project for Lanciano.
Medways. Open Atlas
978-88-6242-735-7
adriatic sea; resilience paths; inner areas; mediterranean coast; urban regeneration
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