The issue of the revitalization of minor historical centres involves the theme of accessibility as a condition of resilience and as a fundamental component of regeneration strategies. On the one hand, territorial policies pay attention to collective transport as an interpretative evolution of the "right to the city", to guarantee liveability and social inclusion and reactivate economies in disadvantaged territories. In addition, the international strategic lines recognize the connotation of historical infrastructures (historical railways, transhumance routes), as common goods capable of tracing a morphological reconfiguration and enhancing the landscape. In this context, infrastructure networks enable the reconnection of small historic centres between each other and with the dynamics territories. Furthermore, infrastructure networks represent an interesting field of Italian research in the context of integrated and multi-scalar approaches. The paper develops a reflection on the opportunities offered by sustainable mobility for the improvement of the Italian peripheral territories, from its cultural roots to the natural and built heritage and to the socio-economic structure. The analysis deepens the Italian case studies in which the inter-municipal dimension is the emblematic reference for integrated and multi-scale approaches that are based on the centrality of mobility planning. In these cases, the regeneration strategies are activated through the network connection of the historic territory and the strengthening of the infrastructure links, enhancing the morphological guidelines and the landscape networks.
Chiara, R., Cerasoli, M., Monardo, B., Valorani, C. (2021). Accesibilidad y territorio histórico en Italia: estrategias resilientes para la revitalización, entre ferrocarriles secundarios y redes paisajísticas. ACE: ARCHITECTURE, CITY AND ENVIRONMENT OPEN ACCESS, 16(46), 1-26 [10.5821/ace.16.46.9890].