The "Spina Centrale" is an extended area of disused industrial sites marked by the railway line that divided the city over the last century and which reunites today the major urban renewal projects with the ambition to gradually define the new image of Turin.
In general terms, this area develops along a North-South axis holding a central position within the municipal territory. The area of the central route extends from the highway junction Torino-Caselle ( starting from Grosseto Avenue towards Filippo Turati square).
The Spina Centrale has become today a major avenue that runs through the city, replacing the urban railway, which used to cut the city in two.
According to the City Council this is biggest and most significant infrastructural transformation the city has seen after World War II.
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