Stakeholders involved

The monitoring activities and the actions for the protection of the environment of the territories concerned by the works for the cross-border section of the Turin-Lyon line involve many stakeholders: public entities and private companies, universities and national and international agencies.

The works are carried out by TELT, the public promoter appointed by Italie and France to build and manage the Moncenisio Base Tunnel, in collaboration with highly qualified local entities.

TELT is the Public Promoter responsible for the implementation and management of the cross-border section of the future Turin-Lyon freight and passenger line. Established in Paris on February 23, 2015, the company structure sees Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (FS) and the French State as equal shareholders, each holding 50% of its shares.

The Piedmont Region is the public body that sets the policies governing the territory and the objectives of environmental protection, promoting its adoption by other local authorities. In this context, the Piedmont Region carries out activities to preserve the natural heritage and is committed to regulating the management of the territory in a logic of sustainability and protection.

After the 1923 Gentile Reform, the University of Turin, originally founded in 1404, became an institution managed and financed directly by the State. In recent years, the process of internationalization and an ongoing focus on scientific research and teaching have placed the University of Turin at the forefront of Italy, with a population of over 70,000 students between its 120 sites.

In 2019, it ranked 41 in the QS World University Ranking in the Engineering and Technology category. The Royal Polytechnic of Turin was founded as an institution in 1906 and today it is an increasingly international school, where tradition and future, past and modernity intertwine. Today, its student population exceeds 30,896, including 6,000 foreign students.

ARPA Piemonte is a public body under the authority of the President of the Regional Council tasked with guaranteeing the implementation of the Piedmont Region’s policies in the field of environmental projection, prevention and protection. The Agency employs about 1,000 people who, in the fields of laboratory activities, offer of environmental services and protection of the territory, have a prevalently technical or scientific background.

Since 2002, the Consorzio Forestale Alta Valle Susa has been a special consortium company, managed by its member municipalities in accordance with the provisions of art. 31 of TUEL 267/2000 and with reference to the Royal Decree 3267/1923. Since January 2005, it has been composed of 14 municipalities belonging to the Mountain Community of Alta Valle Susa: Giaglione, Gravere, Chiomonte, Exilles, Salbertrand, Oulx, Bardonecchia, Sauze d’Oulx, Cesana Torinese, Claviere, Sestriere, Sauze di Cesana, Meana di Susa and Moncenisio.