Autostrada A58

Autostrada A58, also called tangenziale Est Esterna di Milano, is the second ring road east of Milan after the A51, managed by the company Tangenziale Esterna S.p.a.

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A58 Motorway
Autostrada A58
The motorway A58 and the connecting motorways
Route information
Length32 km (20 mi)
Existed2014–present
Major junctions
Beltway around Milan
Location
RegionsLombardy
Highway system
Autostrade of Italy

Together with the A50 (Milan West Ring Road), the A51 (Milan East Ring Road) and A52 (Milan North Ring Road) ), it is the largest Italian system of ring roads around a city, for a total length greater than 100 km. The A58 ring road connects, on the east side of Milan, the A4 with the A1 via the A35 .

HistoryEdit

On 11 June 2012, the first construction site of the external ring road opens. On 23 July 2014, the entire section of the A35 or BRE.BE.MI opens and with it also the first completed section of the external ring road, called "Arco TEEM, enters into operation.", to allow reaching the Pozzuolo Martesana and the Liscate barrier. The opening of the entire route took place on Saturday 16 May 2015, while 2016 was the deadline for the realization of all the related works.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Tem, anti-traffico per Milano" Il ministro Passera all'inaugurazione". Il Giorno.