|Key people||Mauro Moretti, President
Fabio Battaggia, CEO
|Products||Rail transport, transport, Services, more...|
|Revenue||€180.47 million (2008)|
|Net income||€15.02 million (2008)|
|Parent||Ferrovie dello Stato|
|Subsidiaries||Grandi Stazioni Servizi Srl (management of toilets and left luggage)
Grandi Stazioni Immobiliare Srl (management of real estate owned by the company)
Grandi Stazioni Pubblicità Srl (commercial publicity)
Grandi Stazioni Edicole Srl (management of a network of kiosks)
Grandi Stazioni S.p.A. (English: Large Stations) is a member company of Italy's Ferrovie dello Stato (English:State Railways) group. It was created to rehabilitate and manage, even commercially, the 13 biggest Italian railway stations.
Stations under management
The Roma Termini railway station was the pilot of the Grandi Stazioni program.
The Italian railway stations currently operated by the group are:
|Firenze Santa Maria Novella||59|
|Genova Piazza Principe||24|
|Torino Porta Nuova||70|
|Venezia Santa Lucia||30|
|Verona Porta Nuova||25|
Stations with darker background are also served by High-speed trains
Grandi Stazioni also operates beyond Italy's national borders: since December 2003, the company has adopted a position in the Czech Republic for the upgrading and management of three major railway stations: Praha hlavní nádraží, Karlovy Vary[which?] and Marianske Lazne.