Hagastaden, a new urban development project, is being launched in Stockholm. The project envisages the modernisation of an area of 95 hectares, with investment of 65 billion Swedish krona and the creation of 22,000 new jobs. Structural works will include 6 kilometres of roads, 4 kilometres of underground roadways, 6 kilometres of tunnels for commuter trains, new stretches of metropolitan lines and 2 new stations, and 9,000 new homes.
The Hagastaden project will follow climate-smart criteria (environmentally-friendly transport and renewable energy systems) and democratically sustainable city criteria (focus on human rights, combating discrimination, equal guarantees for residents, equal rights and opportunities). Hagastaden aims to become an area where academic knowledge, business and health services all work together to create a space where the a high level of quality of life and healthcare are guaranteed. More economic news, in Italian, from Morocco.