Just reading newspapers it looks like Italian public works often cost a lot, a lot more than in other European countries, and always last more than in any other developed economy. And it looks like corruption charges are far more frequent than archaeological problems.
So, why didn't your story tell us anything about the costs of the transport network? You've been comparing an underground metro line and a surface metro line. What about financial differences? It's not trifle matters, in economical crisis time and in a country that – according to Transparency International – holds the 27th place in the perception of public administration corruption ranking, among 30 countries of Western Europe and European Union, followed only by Romania, Bulgaria and Greece.
That's true! In Rome corruption charges are far more frequent than archaeological problems. Archaeological problems are just an excuse to raise prices of execution. The line C of the Roman Subway, now under construction, is too expensive. They could build a light metro with the same transport capacity and save a lot of money.
I just posted to my blog to elaborate on the issues I discussed with CNN here in Rome: http://www.sustainablerome.net.
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