Grandi Stazioni

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Grandi Stazioni Spa
Industry Rail transport
Founded 1998 (1998)
Headquarters Via Giovanni Giolitti, 34 - 00185, Rome, Italy
Key people
Riccardo Maria Monti, President
Paolo Gallo, CEO
Products Rail transport, transport, Services, more...
Revenue €180.47 million (2008)[1]
€15.02 million (2008)[1]
Number of employees
227 (2008)[1]
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)
Website (in Italian)
Torino Porta Nuova
Firenze Santa Maria Novella
The former main entrance of Praha hlavní nádraží, that was operated by Grandi Stazioni

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[edit]

The Roma Termini railway station was the pilot of the Grandi Stazioni program.

The Italian railway stations currently operated by the group are:

Station Ridership
(mln riders/yr)
Bari Centrale 14
Bologna Centrale 58
Firenze Santa Maria Novella 59
Genova Brignole 22
Genova Piazza Principe 24
Milano Centrale 120
Napoli Centrale 50
Palermo Centrale 19
Roma Termini 150
Torino Porta Nuova 70
Venezia Mestre 31
Venezia Santa Lucia 30
Verona Porta Nuova 25

Stations with darker background are also served by High-speed trains

To these will be added the forthcoming Napoli Afragola and Firenze Belfiore stations, which will be part of Italian high-speed rail system.

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 upper station (horní nádraží) and Marianske Lazne.[2] In 2016 (after 13 years) Grandi Stazioni has failed to deliver the contractual obligation to reconstruct the Praha hlavní nádraží and has lost the lease. Grandi Stazioni has decided to sue the Czech Railway Infrastructure Administration for damages without providing the paperwork proving the actual costs spent.[3]


Grandi Stazioni SpA is 60% controlled by Ferrovie dello Stato and 40% by Eurostazioni SpA.

Board of directors[edit]

The following people serve on the board of directors as of December 2013:[4]

  • President: Mauro Moretti
  • Chief Executive Officer: Fabio Battaggia
  • Board Member: Massimiliano Capece Minutolo Del Sasso
  • Board Member: Gaetano Casertano
  • Board Member: Fabio Corsico
  • Board Member: Vittorio De Silvio
  • Board Member: Maurizio Marchetti
  • Board Member: Francesco Rossi
  • Board Member: Carlo Vergara

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