GTT : a new public transport company for Turin

  • Updated9 March 2004
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GTT (Gruppo Torinese Trasporti), the new transport company of the metropolitan area of Turin (1.5m inhab) was founded in January 2003 by the merger of ATM, the former municipal transport company of Turin, and SATTI, a company operating inter-urban lines.

The new company, which employes 5,000 staff members, has a turnover of €800 million. It is divided into a holding company, and three transport divisions (urban transport, rail transport and infrastructures and engineering).

GTT operates 8 tramway routes, 100 urban bus lines and
73 regional bus lines, and 3 railway lines, and is responsible for the building of the first metro line, that will be inaugurated in the second
semester 2005.