ROMA ARCHEOLOGICA & RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: Roma Metro C Subway Line – Mayor Virginia Raggi, The New York Times (22 March 2017) & Prof. Arch. Gustavo Giovannoni, The New York Times (18 April 1926), XX4., (07/2018), in:
M. G. Conde, “INTRODUCTION. Rome – the ‘I Fori Imperiali’, the ‘Quartiere Alessandrina’, and the ‘Via dei Fori Imperiali’ (1997-2017): The Rediscovery and Renewal of the ‘Integrated’ Restoration-Architect & Archaeologist for the Study, Documentation & Presentation of Rome’s Urban ‘Archaeological, Architectural and Landscape’ Heritage;” p. 2. = Rome, the ‘I Fori Imperiali’, the ‘Il Quartiere Alessandrina’ and the ‘Via dei Fori Imperiali’: The Documentation and the Dissemination of the Scholarly Studies and Related Research (1997-2017). Martin G. Conde, Independent Researcher, Washington DC., U.S.A., (July 2018). email@example.com
“Of course, it is not possible to rebuild Rome in five years,” said Gustavo Giovannoni. (…) “It will take at least fifteen years to do what [Benito] Mussolini proposes, possibly more.” (…) “I doubt if old Rome will ever have a subway like that of other capitals,” Signor Giovannoni said. “Nor is the city quite ready yet,…”
— Prof. Arch. Gustavo Giovannoni, in: EDWIN W. HULLINGER,
“ROME – MUSSOLINI HAS BEGAN TO RECONSTRUCT ROME – MONUMENTS OF THE PAST TO BE UNCOVERED.”
The New York Times (18 April 1926), XX4. NYT Online edition | Archive (accessed January 2010). https://www.nytimes.com
“…We are cooking with the ingredients that we have,” Ms. Raggi said, referring to the city’s managers — many of whom were hardworking, she was quick to add. “Rome’s administrative machine was stuck or worked under a flawed logic known to everyone,” Ms. Raggi said, explaining that her staff is trying, almost from scratch, to restore a law-based system for public bids and other municipal services. “Legality needs time.” (…) “Rome will never be Amsterdam, full of bikes, or Paris, full of metro lines,” she said. “But it can improve, and we will improve it. People need to be patient.”
— Ms. Virginia Raggi – the Mayor of Rome, in: GAIA PIANIGIANI, “EUROPE – Rome Defies New Anti-Establishment Mayor With the Same Old Problems.”
The New York Times (22 March 2017). Online edition. (accessed in late March 2017).
— CITY PLAN FOR ROME GOES TO MUSSOLINI. FIFTEEN-YEAR PROGRAM. SUBWAY NEW STREETS. (1 Febraury 1931): 56.
— PLAN TO MAKE ROME A CITY OF 2,000,000. 3 SUBWAYS TO BE BUILT. THE NEW YORK TIMES (28 January 1931): 8.
— THREE SUBWAYS FOR ROME. Their Completion 12 Years Hence Will End Street Car Service. THE NEW YORK TIMES (19 January 1930): 58.
— SUBWAYS TO SPREAD POPULATION OF ROME. THE WASHINGTON POST (14 February 1928): 3.
— ROME CLAIMS LEAD AS GROWING CITY. Two Subways Being Built. THE NEW YORK TIMES (19 June 1927): E2.
— ROMAN SUBWAY TO BARE ANCIENT STRUCTURES. Excavators Will Work for Fifteen Miles a Level of City of Caesars. THE NEW YORK TIMES (12 June 1927): 26.
— PLAN SUBWAYS IN ROME. Trolley Tracks to Be Removed From Seven Crowded Streets. THE NEW YORK TIMES (12 March 1927): 4.
— MUSSOLINI HAS BEGAN TO RECONSTRUCT ROME – MONUMENTS OF THE PAST TO BE UNCOVERED. The New York Times (18 April 1926): XX4.
— ROMA ARCHEOLOGIA e RESTAURO ARCHITETTURA: (1926). PLANIMETRIA GENERALE – PROGETTO DI TRAMVIA SOTTERRANEA PER ROMA | INTERNO DELLA STAZIONE CENTRALE (Piazza Venezia) (1926). & THE NEW YORK TIMES (12-16-19|06|1927); THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR (1926); Fondo Morpurgo (1924) & A.C.S., M.L.P., Dir. Gen. Ed., (1919).