Piano San Marino

San Marino

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MIC-HUB developed the new General Plan for territorial and urban development of the Republic of San Marino.

In 2016, Stefano Boeri Architetti and the consulting team consisting of MIC (Mobility and Transportation), NCA (Environmental Impact) and Antonio Accotto (Geologist) were commissioned by the Republic of San Marino to draft the new General Plan for territorial and urban development.

Despite its small size, the San Marino landscape is particularly rich from a biodiversity point of view, a term that refers not only to its environmental qualities but also to the cultural, social, economic and natural values that typify it.

The historic centre and Mount Titano were included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.


San Marino


Repubblica di San Marino

Main expertise

Pedestrian and Cycle Studies; Public Transport Consultancy


  • Development of a sustainable access strategy for the historic centre
  • Development of a green mobility network
  • Pedestrian and Cycle Studies
  • Public Transport Consultancy
  • Parking Consultancy

Our contribution

MIC-HUB worked as a mobility consultant to develop a specific strategy for all transportation aspects within the Republic, focusing on environmental sustainability and smart technology.

Particular attention was placed on the development of a sustainable access strategy for the historic centre, as well as on the development of a green mobility network for the whole territory.

Divided into three main phases – analysis, synthesis of the strategic vision and definition of the new planning instrument – the intervention programme envisaged a continuous participatory exchange among the various stakeholders involved, including the residents and those with other vested interests.

Starting from this vision, SM 2030 is divided into three levels, an “Urban Fresco” based on ten major themes and an “Atlas of Projects” comprising 10 planning actions to organize the territory and a “Rules Charter” drawn up to transmit and manage transformations over time.

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