Two new roads bring the Teems closer to the Milan metro

Thanks to two new roads designed to decongest local traffic but which, in fact, also shorten the route between the A58-Teem Gessate tollbooth and the MM2 station, the zero-file motorway (33 kilometers interconnected with the A4 Turin -Trieste, A35-BreBeMi and A1 Milan-Naples) will become tailored to commuters using the auto-metro interchange for home-work commuting.

Moreover, the West Variant on the SP 176 Gessate-Bellusco is almost ready, which, when it comes into operation (presumably by October), will connect the exit of the infrastructure managed in concession by Tangenziale Esterna SpA with the SP 216 Masate-Gessate -They often. The latter is, moreover, the subject of the imminent construction site of an alternative to be considered ideal also for reaching the M2 parking lot.

In fact, the 4.5 kilometers under construction will create a direct route between the A58-Teem tollbooth and the metro stop, capable, in addition to streamlining traffic, of halving times (from the current quarter of an hour to the of queues will pass to seven minutes without any queues) and length (for now no less than 11 kilometers) of the section between the motorway exit and the mezzanine of the railway line.

In short, the Tangenzialine under construction in Gessate will prove to be at least as functional as the junction which, in six primes and just under 5,000 meters, connects the A58-Teem toll booth with the MM2 Cascina Antonietta station. This road originates from that variant to the Padana Superiore that the Concessionaire transposed from hyperuranium to reality with 11 million euros as part of the road works integrated in A58-Teem.

It goes without saying that, as soon as the alternative to the SP 216 Masate-Gessate-Pessano is open to traffic (it is assumed in the middle of 2022), the Agrate-Melegnano will prove more suitable for commuters in the road-rail interchange because the Gessate della Verde stop, terminus of various suburban buses, has a much larger parking area than the parking area serving the Cascina Antonietta site.

The arteries of Gessate, on the other hand, went from graph paper to construction sites thanks to the investments made by the Lombardy Region (ten million) and the Metropolitan City of Milan (two million), which allocated the funds necessary for the construction, fulfilling the requests made by the Municipality of Gessate regarding the need for a Gronda aimed at transporting non-resident motorists, road hauliers and centaurs out of the center. “We are creating a lane in each direction of travel in an east-west direction to replace the current route of the SP 216. Shortly after, we will outline a route in a north-south direction alternative to the SP 176. The primary objective of the double intervention – he pointed out, in this regard, the Technical Office of Palazzo Isimbardi – is the one declared at departure: remove heavy and light vehicles from the center as desired by several inhabitants2.