CAGLIARI CITY RAIL
Cagliari, Sardinia’s main city, is missing one last link before it can boast a fully integrated public transport system. The final 2.5 km extension of the city’s tram service between Piazza Repubblica and the Cagliari railway station will connect the tramway with the transportation hub of the city.
Infrastructure is one of the sectors most vulnerable to corruption in public procurement in Italy. Given the large investments involved, this area is exposed to corruption and infiltration by organised criminal groups.
Transparency International Italia’s Integrity Pact implemented with Sardinia’s Transport Agency allows civil society to monitor and report on each phase of the €20 million project. In collaboration with local civil society associations, Transparency International Italia organises regular workshops and civic monitoring schools to engage citizens in monitoring the construction of the city tramway.
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